Baba Muktananda's Mahasamadhi 2015

Siddha Yoga Celebration Satsang with Gurumayi

In Honor of Baba Muktananda’s Lunar Mahasamadhi 2015

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I am profoundly grateful for the wave of love, grace, and darshan coming to us, all around the world, through the Siddha Yoga path website in honor of Baba's Lunar Mahasamadhi Celebration.
 
I have felt deeply connected through the offerings on this website. It is my daily pilgrimage, my temple. As a result, my heart is overflowing. I am inspired to increase my monthly dakshina offering in loving thanks for the constant support, love, and guidance via this sublime avenue.
 
Thank you, Gurumayi!

a Siddha Yogi from California, USA

What an incredible blessing it is to have Gurumayi and the Siddha Yoga lineage in my life. Right now I’m in a challenging period, and I can get caught up in worries, wondering which way to go.
 
Then, I draw upon the practices of contemplation and meditation, allowing me to drop deeply inside to a place of calm and nurture. Everything feels so much lighter, and the way forward clearer. Having this place to draw upon fills me with serenity and enables me to make clear decisions.
 
I am just so grateful.

a Siddha Yogi from Dulwich Hill, Australia

Thank you from the depths of my heart for these photos of love and sacred happiness! This path has shown me that such love exists in my own heart. Gurumayi awakened that love. In these pictures, I see others basking in that same joy.
 
Thank you, Gurumayi, for sharing love so abundantly!   

a Siddha Yogi from Oregon, USA

This evening my three children and I watched this magical gallery. We marveled at each picture together: The texture of the beautiful peacock-feathered robe. The perfect reflection of the moonlight on the still lake.
 
We looked at all the beautiful people and sweet faces and children, and we felt as if we were all there.
 
Then, when we saw Gurumayi meditating, the inner pull was so strong that we all spontaneously sat up, closed our eyes, and meditated for a few moments with her. When we opened our eyes, my six-year-old child said, "Wow, even on the computer, you can feel her love." The rest of us nodded and agreed. We could all feel the Guru's love pulsating in our hearts.
 
Through this picture gallery, we received our Guru's grace and darshan. What a beautiful way to end the day and prepare for sleep.
 
Thank you, dear Gurumayi.
 

a Siddha Yogi from Slocan, Canada

Early in the morning here in England, as I saw the exquisite beauty of the Ashram, the Temple, the shining faces, and the love radiating from our beloved Gurumayi, tears of gratitude flowed. I feel so blessed that the Ashram is there and the activity of the website invites us all to be there and experience the love.
 
Thank you, Gurumayi. 

a Siddha Yogi from Malvern, United Kingdom

Having the darshan of Shri Gurumayi via images on the Siddha Yoga path website is amazing. I felt that we all were there in the Heart of Bade Baba, Baba, and Gurumayi ji. These pictures, which show us how to express devotion in tangible and also such artistic and beautiful ways, make, for me, the celebration satsang of Baba Muktananda’s Lunar Mahasamadhi, an even greater event. It is inspiring!
 
Thank you, Sri Gurumayi! And thank you to the SYDA Foundation for making this available to all of us.

a Siddha Yogi from Gurudev Siddha Peeth, India

Recently, I’ve had the experience of “falling in love” with someone. This morning, while reciting Shree Guru Gita, the question arose: What's the difference between falling in love and the Guru's love?
 
After the Guru Gita, when I opened to the Siddha Yoga homepage, I saw: "Siddha Yoga Satsang with Gurumayi," so I entered the satsang quite deliberately, with my question in mind, ready to be with Gurumayi, and watching attentively—paying close attention to both the photos and the feelings which arose within me. I received my answer in this way:
 
While looking at the pictures of the Guru, I felt more love in the heart region, more warmth, lightheartedness, independence, sweetness, joy, openness, and hopefulness. In this love I am clearly freed from any kind of clinging onto, or being needy of another person. 
 
I like it so much—this ongoing guidance through the Siddha Yoga path website, and this at the right time! I feel Guru’s grace flowing abundantly through this modern media.  
 
Many joyful thanks to you, dear Gurumayi.

a Siddha Yogi from Steinhausen, Switzerland

The smile on my face, all the way through this exquisite photo gallery, is bigger than my being can contain! The beauty in this gallery is transcendent. Every single image is breathtaking.
 
In this month of giving thanks, I give thanks for the many, many times that my heart has been nurtured and moved by the feast of treasures posted on the Siddha Yoga path website every day. I am so grateful to have this trusted reservoir of grace and love to come to every morning as part of my daily morning practices. It is truly a blessing.
 
Thank you, Gurumayi, for your infinite vision and grace!

a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA

I felt very fortunate to see Gurumayi and all the Siddha Yogis in Bhagavan Nityananda's temple. At first look, for a moment, I thought about how it would be to be that little boy who was hugged by Gurumayi. And then I realized that I am, all of us are, always embraced by Gurumayi's love and grace all the time.
 
Thank you, Gurumayi!

a Siddha Yogi from Illinois, USA

I feel deeply connected when viewing these images of this auspicious celebration. For me, the worship of Shri Guru’s padukas is the heart of the Guru and disciple relationship.

Thank you, Gurumayi, for this beautiful prasad on the special occasion of the lunar anniversary of Baba Muktananda’s mahasamadhi.

a Siddha Yogi from Johannesburg, South Africa