Nature Gallery I

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On the Siddha Yoga path, we acknowledge the presence of the Divine in all of creation—and this divinity is revealed in myriad forms in the natural world. The beauty and wonder we find in nature can inspire us, as seekers, to recognize the beauty within us and everywhere around us.

The Nature Gallery contains photographs taken in the wondrous environs of Shree Muktananda Ashram, where Gurumayi currently resides. The Ashram is located in upstate New York, surrounded by expansive forests and rolling hills, brimming with wildlife. Take your time as you view the gallery. Allow the images to transport you to the serene stillness of the Guru’s abode, and let nature’s splendor connect you to the splendor of your own great heart.


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I am deeply grateful for the Nature Gallery. I experience such peace and appreciation for nature while viewing it. The rich, vibrant colors and perspectives of the photographs spark feelings of creativity and joy. I look at nature around me with new eyes.

a Siddha Yogi from New Hampshire, USA

While I was viewing the photos in the February Nature Galleries, I understood that this vast universe is full of complexity and simplicity, with the gentle grace of the all-pervasive chiti protecting everyone and everything. The galleries also inspired me to recognize the splendors of nature early in the morning through the windows of my home, and when I go for my morning walk.
Thank you, Gurumayi ji, for providing us with such a wonderful tool to go within.

a Siddha Yogi from Mumbai, India

Every time I visit the Nature Gallery and see the photos of the Ashram surroundings, I become aware of feelings of all-pervasive love and relish the profound awareness of Shri Guru within myself.
The Nature Gallery allows me to have satsang every day, wherever I am.

a Siddha Yogi from Milan, Italy

In the nature photos I viewed this morning, I could see and feel the silence of the truth in every image. I found that same silence inside myself, as well as the love and poignancy of gratitude. That for me is satsang—leaving behind the chatter of the mind and connecting to the silence of profound truth.

a Siddha Yogi from Illinois, USA