Nature Gallery III

March Nature Gallery IMarch Nature Gallery II
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The force of nature is palpable in each artistic photo. I perceive power and peace as coexisting in the pristine pictures of the snow. Each bird picture affects me deeply; they seem to just accept whatever nature brings, and I see this as a great lesson for me. Even the footprints in the freshly fallen snow convey the message to me to continue on.
Thank you for taking us to Shree Muktananda Ashram. I can feel Gurumayi's Message for 2017 pulsating inside my heart—it feels alive for me. 

a Siddha Yogi from California, USA

When I look at these photos, I am reminded of the renewal of spring, the rebirth and transformation that is occurring in every moment. Having spent my entire life in southern California where the change of seasons is subtle, I had never experienced the astounding glory of the arrival of spring after a real winter, when nature seems to be coming out of hibernation. When I spent time in March in Shree Muktananda Ashram some years ago, I witnessed the miracle that is spring's awakening for the first time: millions of tiny leaf buds appeared on what had seemed to be dead branches and unfolded into what would be the bright green canopy of summer. I became ever more aware of God's presence in the world and in my life, and my perception and appreciation of the power of nature was forever changed.
I am so grateful for these beautiful images.

a Siddha Yogi from California, USA

Each subsequent picture slows me down. My breath becomes steadier, and I am encouraged to bask in the light of sweet life.
Enjoying myself immensely, as I move through the Gallery I come to the picture of the snowdrops, and time just stops. I look out my window at the fresh snowdrops there, those sturdy first responders to springtime's call. Even as their small stature can allow them to be easily overlooked, the sight of their return strengthens my heart. The snowdrops there and the snowdrops here have become one. Contentment reigns and joy prevails.

a Siddha Yogi from Washington, USA