Baba's Divya Diksha 2014

Divya Diksha Nature Gallery II

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Thank you so much for these celebratory images. When I look at these images, I feel the Raksha Bandhan celebration.  The clouds surround the moon in rakhis. The vines encircle each other. The waters of Lake Nityananda create rivulets of rakhis. So much love!

a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA

These exquisite photographs of nature transport me to the world of pure light and beauty, where my heart gasps and pulses with joy. Through them, I feel connected to Baba’s teachings and the bliss of consciousness.
Thank you for taking me into that world through this beautiful portal. Thank you, Baba, thank you, Gurumayi, for inspiring this awe and love.

a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA

Looking at the pictures in the Nature Gallery, I felt my heart expand. I felt subtle waves of joy emerging and dissolving to a rhythm—nature’s rhythm. As I continued to experience these waves, I felt: Nature is God. Nature is the manifestation of the highest principle. Nature is Truth.
 
I am in India looking at photographs of nature taken thousands of miles away, yet they have the power to make me still and connect me to the power within, the joy within.

a Siddha Yogi from Bangalore, India

When I opened to the Nature Gallery today, I felt a soft pressure in the ajna chakra between my eyebrows and heard inside me, "This is just a fraction of the beauty of who you are."

a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA

Spider web shimmering and trembling
Droplets and colors
Birds singing their divinity
Spiraling blossoms moving
Slow eternal cycle
Circling Life, Love, Beauty, Truth.

a Siddha Yogi from Pordenone, Italy

The images in this gallery so very easily remind me of Baba—I experience him in the curve of the rose petals, in the wings of the butterflies, and in the spectacular rising of the sun.

a Siddha Yogi from Nairobi, Kenya

This was my first time ever to see beauty in a slug—a beautiful slug!  This insight made me realize with heart-changing clarity that it is my vision that sometimes misses the beauty that is there; it isn't that the beauty is missing.

Thank you, Gurumayi, for your grace that allows us to see the beauty in everything.

a Siddha Yogi from New Jersey, USA