This very beautiful video reminded me of the poem by Zen Master Dogen that was quoted in the Gurupurnima invitation card from the Siddha Yoga Swamis:
abiding in the midst of
For me, both the video and the poem are a mystical metaphor for the transformation we experience after receiving shaktipat diksha
from Gurumayi, and of the transformation of darkness into light.
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I enjoyed experiencing the tranquility of the full moon of the Guru. My eyes closed and my heart felt connected with Gurudev Siddha Peeth. I could experience freshness and joy in my heart, along with heartfelt gratitude to the Gurus who have shown us this divine path of Siddha Yoga.
What a beautiful blessing! What a divine vision! As I gazed at the Guru's beautiful full moon in this video, I felt united with the Guru and the entire world as we all beheld this magnificent sight. I love being united with everyone in this way.
What a gift to be in the middle of my busy day, and take a moment to be with the Guru's moon, reconnect with my heart, take a deep breath, and be filled with gratitude. Shubh Gurupurnima!
As I viewed this video of the beautiful Gurupurnima full moon, I felt as if I were seeing Gurumayi ji's face in it, showering millions of blessings through this full moon's light. It felt to me as if a ray of warm sunlight was coming from this moon into my eyes and slowly going down throughout my body. It was an amazing experience.
On Gurupurnima, I wanted to have darshan
of the full moon. However, it was pouring very heavily here in Gurudev Siddha Peeth, so I could not see it. But, through this video, my wish has been fulfilled. So auspicious!
Thank you so much, Gurumayi ji, for this video in honor of Gurupurnima 2016!
Gurudev Siddha Peeth
On Gurupurnima, I felt connected to Shri Gurumayi through the light of the moon. And now, watching this video of the moon feels like having the sublime darshan
of my beloved Guru. For me, it is an affirmation of our connection. Each time I watch the video, I experience shakti
permeate my being as I rest in total stillness.
Thank you, Gurumayi! Shubh Gurupurnima to all!
In India, Gurupurnima occurs during the rainy season, when it is very hard to see the moon behind the clouds. Therefore, I was not able to have darshan
of the full moon. Watching this video I feel content, basking in the light of the Guru's moon.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for the Siddha Yoga path website!