In Honor of Surya Devata,

the Deity of the Sun

About Morgan Hooper

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Morgan retells the story of the Akshaya Patra, a classic tale from the Mahabharata.

Morgan is a professional actor and earned a bachelor of fine arts in acting from Long Island University. He lives in New York City.

He began following the Siddha Yoga path in 2006. He was on staff in the SYDA Foundation from 2009 to 2011 and has offered seva in many roles, including as a speaker, storyteller, and director for teaching and learning events. Morgan currently offers seva from home as a writer in the SYDA Foundation Content Department.

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Although I was feeling some reluctance, I recently reached out to someone because I knew in my heart that it was the right thing to do. Our conversation turned out to be a gift for both of us, and I was so grateful and truly uplifted by the loving transformation I experienced.
 
Then, I read this touching story of Draupadi’s faith and devotion, and I recognized anew my good fortune to be on the Siddha Yoga path.
 
Thank you, Gurumayi, for teaching me both to recognize my own inner guidance and to remember the grace that is always waiting in the wings to expand my heart.
 

a Siddha Yogi from Kentucky, USA

This morning, there was an issue that was weighing on my heart. I came to the Siddha Yoga path website to find comfort. In reading the tale of "Lord Krishna's Everlasting Grace," I was reminded that by following the Siddha Yoga path, I am always in the presence of grace. As the story teaches, even concerns that appear insurmountable have a resolution if I remain steadfast in my faith. My heart feels so much lighter!
 
I thank Shri Gurumayi every day for the gifts I find on this website that provide me with support and guidance.

a Siddha Yogi from Michigan, USA