Morning and Evening Arati is one of my favorite Siddha Yoga practices. I feel surrounded by Guru's grace when I hear or sing it. Just three days ago I was humming this arati
while working in the kitchen and doing other household tasks, and today when I saw this arati
on the website, I was filled with gratitude. I love the melody of this arati
so much that it started resounding in my heart instantly as I read it.
I love you Bade Baba ji. Please keep showering your love on us.
a Siddha Yogi from Kishangarh, India
The Morning and Evening Arati is a part of my daily life, even when I am busy. Wherever I am, when the time for the Evening Arati arrives, I automatically start singing it, either in my mind or reading from the text. I try to do the same for the Morning Arati at 4 a.m.
Whenever I sing the Arati, I imagine that I am standing in front of Bade Baba's murti
in the Temple—even if I am actually in a crowded area elsewhere. The Morning and Evening Arati keep me deeply attached to my Guru's powerful teachings.
a Siddha Yogi from Ghoti, India
This is a wonderful surprise! I hadn't seen nor sung this beautiful Arati for over twenty years. Yet once I found it on the website, I started reading it and, after a while, I suddenly remembered the melody and could sing it again. I feel happy to sing it to honor Bhagavan Nityananda!
Thank you, Gurumayi, for your everlasting support, love, and blessings.
a Siddha Yogi from Yautepec, Mexico
I was elated to see the Morning and Evening Arati posted on the website this morning again! I opened it with great glee and sang it once through. The very tune and rhythm of the hymn transport me to Bhagavan Nityananda's Temple in Gurudev Siddha Peeth, reminding me of the beautiful and ethereal hours of early morning and evening. The hymn has the power to calm my mind, my heart, and my soul, and I sense the sweet presence of Gurudev Siddha Peeth around me.
Thank you for a beautiful reminder of the power and impact of the Ashram Daily Schedule!
a Siddha Yogi from Mumbai, India
I love singing the Morning and Evening Arati. About a week ago, I spontaneously started singing it again. Although sometimes my voice is not strong, when I sing this Arati, it gets very strong. And I feel I am in the Temple in Gurudev Siddha Peeth in Ganeshpuri, with the joyous clamor of the clanging of the gong, the wind instruments, and the voices all proclaiming our deep gratitude to our venerable king of yogis, Bhagavan Nityananda.
Today, I feel this deep gratitude even more as I am chanting it. Thank you.
a Siddha Yogi from California, USA