• december 2018
  • december 2018
  • december 2018

Siddha Yogis Sharing Sadhana Experiences of Gurumayi's Message for 2018

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Practicing Shri Gurumayi’s Message, Satsang, has instilled in me a deep-rooted awareness of my breath. I have become more resolute in practicing pranayama on a daily basis. This practice calms my mind, and it allows me to dive into the sacred rivers of meditation. This refinement in my practice has given me a lot of inner joy and peace. I find that my mind is steady during external commotion.

a Siddha Yogi from Bedford Gardens-Gauteng, South Africa

I have been practicing Gurumayi's Message by attending satsang regularly, reciting Shri Guru Gita, and meditating. As I make the effort to learn and connect to my Guru’s grace by doing the practices, I feel peace and connection to my inner Self, and I feel bliss. I also experience that Gurumayi is always with me.

a Siddha Yogi from Noida, India

Truth pierces the veil
Sight is restored
Hearing becomes clear
Taste revels in completeness
Touch dissipates grabbing
Clouds dissolve revealing the blue
that is ALL.

a Siddha Yogi Missouri, United States

Keeping the company of the Truth has become for me an experience of the Guru’s presence in everything. The light and love of the Guru flow and envelop me in the form of everything that surrounds me. That love shines as me. I experience love for all the aspects of my life, great and small. When I begin to drift away from this Truth, I experience the Guru moving through me as this love, inviting me back! This is an astonishing gift, every time.

My love for Gurumayi soars!

a Siddha Yogi from Nevada, United States

Inspired by Gurumayi's words in the 2018 Sweet Surprise Satsang, I created an intention for the year to experience continuous satsang. I practice pausing and connecting in nature, in conversations of deep listening with friends, and in offering prayers and blessings. At some point I began to notice that I was becoming calmer and more easeful in my daily interactions and that the awareness of satsang was bringing me peace of mind. I have also been meditating again and again on the sacred space within, and I have found a reservoir of serenity deep inside. Satsang has become a sacred space where I dwell in the presence of my Guru.

I am eternally grateful to Gurumayi for showing me the way to the profound depth of my own heart.

a Siddha Yogi from Maryland, United States

This year, I decided to recite the Surya-gayatri mantra at the beginning of my meditations. I quickly realized that on sunny days the sun is flooding my being and that this darshan is easily available to me. Later, it came to me that a sunny day is a golden day and a cloudy day, a silver one—the light shines through no matter what the weather is. I started to feel the sun’s presence all the time.
Then, as if by magic, it happened that the sun would peep out on cloudy days as if to say, “Hello, I see you too.” It started to feel like we were interacting whenever my mind freed itself.
As this practice matured, I realized that the sun being veiled or shining brightly actually happens in my own Self, and that both are fine. It now feels as if our interaction is happening within me. Rain or shine, we are never apart.
This is the power of satsang for me.

a Siddha Yogi from Montreal, Canada