Yesterday I participated in the Muktananda Dhyana Saptah
at the local Siddha Yoga meditation center.
In the meditation sessions, I experienced the “beneficial power” as I connected to the petals of the heart. In turn, the virtues of compassion, forgiveness, caring, unconditional love, generosity, and a sense of responsibility arose. I also experienced gratitude for my parents, wife, daughter, brother, seva
team, and nature.
When I later read these Words of Illumination, I felt exhilarated because they described my experience in the Muktananda Dhyana Saptah.
Thank you, Gurumayi ji, for your unending grace and blessings. Thank you, Gurumayi ji and Baba ji, for your life-transforming words.
a Siddha Yogi from Pune, India
Last night I had a dream: I was looking at a white lotus, and I heard Gurumayi speaking about the lotus inside everyone. When I awoke this morning and read these words of Baba Muktananda, I understood the meaning of the dream.
Thank you, Gurumayi ji.
a Siddha Yogi from Mumbai, India
Baba's words make me want to go within and find that treasure!
Thank you, Gurumayi. Thank you, Baba.
a Siddha Yogi from Connecticut, USA
I remember clearly when I overcame my fear of going deeper, of letting go, in meditation. It was during a Shaktipat Intensive. As I focused on the gentle movement of the breath, without strain or effort, I went deeper and deeper into the Self, entering a space of infinite love and peace. I return to this space again and again in meditation, and experience its “great and beneficial power.”
a Siddha Yogi from Massachusetts, USA