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Hearts in Nature III

2018 Hearts In Nature Gallery 12018 Hearts In Nature Gallery 22018 Hearts In Nature Gallery 4

On the Siddha Yoga path, images of hearts serve as reminders of the great Heart, the Self of all, which is always present—within us and within everyone and everything.

Siddha Yogis especially associate images of hearts with Gurumayi; they remind us of her love for us and our love for her.

A wonderful way you can bring to mind the Guru’s love and grace is by observing heart shapes in the lines and forms of the world around you—in the clouds, flowers, seed pods, tree branches, rocks, movement of water, and more.

After immersing yourself in the images in the Hearts in Nature galleries, notice the effect on your awareness of your own heart as you go about your day. And you may begin to find heart shapes all around you! You are invited to share your experiences here on the Siddha Yoga path website.


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I am grateful for this precious and unique gallery, revealing God's message of love in nature. Each picture, different and new, keeps opening my eyes to the Truth underlying all things.
Picture 23 in Gallery 4—the spectacular water heart that maintains its perfect shape as the water flows through it—makes me reflect on the never-ending love that flows through our Guru's generous heart.

New York, United States

I love how the Hearts in Nature Gallery invites us to see love and hearts in the most unlikely places. Sometimes the hearts are obvious, sometimes not so much, and sometimes we have to use our imagination and really look closely to find them. I feel Gurumayi is inviting me to always see the beauty in the world around me by finding the hidden hearts, in nature and elsewhere.

Montreal, Canada

As I looked through the images here, playfully discovering the hearts in the different photos, I felt I was witnessing the tangible presence of God’s love in nature. Much to my surprise, when I looked out the window, I spotted a heart-shaped space created by two branches swaying effortlessly in the wind. I smiled in gratitude, my heart brimming with awe and reverence for nature’s bounty.

Colonia, Uruguay

My 8-year-old son loves to see the “Hearts in Nature” galleries. Tonight, before going to sleep, as we were looking at the gallery, he said, "Hearts don't have to be just inside us or in pictures; they are everywhere!"

Bangalore, India