On Mother’s Day, when I saw the photo of Bade Baba’s murti
in white and pink, I felt him as very soft and tender, yet so strong.
The image of the murti
radiates immense purity, beauty, and divinity for me. It touches me, and I want to keep it close to my heart.
I have been feeling immense gratitude for the photos of nature in Shree Muktananda Ashram. For me it is a gift to connect to this lofty realm. In the images, I perceive immaculate purity, gentleness, serenity. Nature feels so sacred and divine. As I view the images, I am drawn to search within myself for this sacred space. I like to stay connected to this inner space as long as possible after I close the website. With the awareness that divinity is present, it is easy to feel good, to forgive, and to bless all.
The view of the lush green-and-red landscape next to the bridge over Lake Nityananda filled my being with contentment and a sweet feeling of expansion.
Ville St. Laurent, Canada
Wow! Spring glory! Baba’s love!
For me, Baba is that huge rainbow holding us all, watching over everything and everyone, giving us colors and inspiration.
I see the triple rainbow above, and below it a festival of happy flowers! Beautiful pink blossoms in every tone of pink, so pretty, so fresh; to me it is as though the flowers are dancing and singing!
New York, United States
When my eyes and senses take in the color, the beauty, the splendor of nature at Shree Muktananda Ashram, my entire being softens. I feel settled within, serene and contented—drawn to what feels like the most intimate and familiar place in my heart—drawn to what feels like home.
New Jersey, United States