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The Nature of Time
I am so grateful for this teaching. When I was about six years old, it occurred to me that one day I would die. I was filled with an intense existential angst—wondering, “What is the point of my life when I will die some day and no longer exist?” I didn't tell anyone about these thoughts because I didn't think anyone would understand.
Imagine my enormous relief and gratitude when I found the Siddha Yoga path at age 19 and began to learn and experience that I will continue to exist, even when the body dies.
Now as a middle-aged person, I am more and more aware of the passing of time, especially as beloved elders pass away and I see my own body beginning to age. I continue to contemplate this profound teaching, and it takes on ever-new meaning and reveals new levels of understanding.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for bringing us all into this deep, collective contemplation of time and eternity.
a Siddha Yogi from California,
There is something in these words so powerful that it stills my mind and turns it within.
Thank you, Gurumayi.
a Siddha Yogi from Pune, India
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