Reading the beautiful adjectives in this Account reminds me that a garland of uplifting words is always available to me. I can apply this lesson to all the situations in my life, and by doing so, experience them as blessed.
When I remember to apply positive adjectives as I go about my day, I can realize that everything is unfolding just as it should and I experience more ease and joy in my life.
I am grateful to Gurumayi for this positive perspective, with which I can approach my life.
a Siddha Yogi from Bangalore, India
How stupendous, fantastic, and marvelous it is to have a true Guru—a being so compassionate, who takes every opportunity to elevate us to her state of bliss! No matter where we are in the world, she brings us together and bestows her grace so abundantly.
Thank you, Gurumayi. I pranam
to you with all my heart and soul.
a Siddha Yogi from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
After reading this wonderful sharing of the satsang
with Gurumayi, my heart feels very soft. I feel as if I were in Shree Muktananda Ashram and I completely received Gurumayi's gifts in my own being. The Guru’s blessings are wondrous and imperishable!
Thank you, Gurumayi, for making yourself available in this way to all who love you, no matter where we are in the world. The fullness of your love is the message I've received during this blessed month of Gurupurnima
a Siddha Yogi from North Carolina, USA
I loved it when Gurumayi called out, “That is…” and the participants, each in turn, responded with an adjective!
It felt, to me, like a joyous chant, with call and response. Then I, too, joined in and felt an adjective arise within me, "Indescribable!" Saying it took me deep into my heart, to that wordless place of love. I felt such stillness and beauty, just like in a chant.
a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA
This Account speaks of beauty—and evokes it— in so many places! The children's faces were beautiful, the enthusiasm was beautiful, and the abundance of exuberant adjectives was beautiful. And I really appreciated hearing Gurumayi's reminder that "It is possible to feel beautiful all the time.
Another dimension of beauty I cherished in the Account was the way it shows how the Siddha Yoga legacy is honored, preserved, and passed on from generation to generation, with so much love and respect. This tradition was perfectly embodied in the two narrators, Shivani and Purnima, who were introduced to the Siddha Yoga path as children, and are now generously offering seva
to support the newest generation of children.
For me, this was an inspiring example of how our world is made ever new and ever more beautiful as the Siddha Yoga sangham
nourishes its roots while simultaneously sending forth new branches, all ready and eager to absorb the radiant sunshine of our Guru's love and blessings.
a Siddha Yogi from Oregon, USA