As video vignette 12 started, I immediately felt I was witnessing God’s play on this earth.
The particles of snow floating in the air, the gusts of wind, the swaying trees, the birds—all seemed to me to be part of a perfect ballet.
a Siddha Yogi from Rennes, France
As I watched this beautiful winter video and listened to the sounds of wind and snow in the trees, I took a deep breath and reveled in the visual delight of nature.
Recognizing the perfection I found here was so healing for me.
a Siddha Yogi from Florida, USA
I was feeling unsettled today from having to change travel plans due to a new winter storm coming our way. Seeing this video was just what I needed to put my concerns in perspective. I could pause and connect with the beauty of Mother Nature and allow my perspective to shift to one of acceptance.
a Siddha Yogi from Massachusetts, USA
I had such a joyful satsang
moment watching the gray squirrel in video vignette 11 digging and eating its acorn from the snow-covered ground. So much focus!
I marveled at the intuitive wisdom that led the squirrel to find its hidden treasure store underneath the snow. I felt as if this little furry friend were encouraging me to focus within and discover nurturing treasures in my heart!
a Siddha Yogi from Buenos Aires, Argentina
I love watching the squirrel enjoying nature's bountiful meal in the protection of the sacred Ashram grounds. As I watched the video a few times in a row, I thought that the squirrel's hands seemed to be in namaste
—a sweet reminder of my gratitude for the divinity I find in nature.
a Siddha Yogi from New Mexico, USA
How wonderful to be able to experience the contrast of the changing seasons through this gallery. I live in the Southern Hemisphere, so I am always living the opposite season while viewing the photographs, and I marvel at the graceful dance of seasons and changes within and without—Kundalini Shakti namo namah
a Siddha Yogi from Punta del Este, Uruguay
I watched this video several times. In addition to its beauty, I was fascinated by the sound of someone, perhaps the videographer, breathing. It felt to me like God’s breath. This added a profound dimension to my experience.
a Siddha Yogi from Beccles, United Kingdom