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As the Siddha Yoga meditation teacher spoke about
, merging with the Self, I saw myself as a beautiful princess on a jeweled throne. Just as a crown was being placed on my head, I became formless and disappeared. A wondrous feeling arose—a sense of joy and perfection, but it was not associated with being any particular person.
I am so grateful to experience during Intensives the delightful sense of the Self, the
that works in mysterious ways—sometimes dramatically, other times subtly—and anchors me more firmly in the bliss of the Self.
a Siddha Yogi from Connecticut, USA
As one who has taken many Shaktipat Intensives, I experienced this
as profound and very helpful. I felt calm, in touch with my Self.
a Siddha Yogi from Winnipeg, Canada
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