It was always there, and now my time has come to know it. Wonderful and brilliant pictures, whispering to me to look within.
The power of beauty, the power of love, and the power of purity made my mind still.
I am amazed and grateful.
a Siddha Yogi from Cuttack, India
I just came home from a most remarkable Siddha Yoga Sadhana Retreat in Boston, entitled, Meditate: Experience the Light of the Self
. As I looked at these photos of flowers, at Bade Baba's face, the sevites, I saw how light fills all the pictures. I am feeling such a part of the play of love and light.
Thank you to the SYDA Foundation and all responsible for the retreat. Thank you for these pictures.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for awakening me to the gift of light.
a Siddha Yogi from North Carolina, USA
I keep returning to the ruby crystal set against the deep ebony background. I drop into this heart. My heart literally vibrates as I dive in. What an exquisite image! What an exquisite experience!
a Siddha Yogi from Georgia, USA
With six feet of snow outside my window, it was lovely to look at all of the colors, especially the tulips, in the Love in Action Gallery. Then I began to wonder what I could learn about love from the flowers.
What came up is that flowers share love in the form of beauty and color without expecting anything in return—not love, or credit, or appreciation. That is how I want to learn to offer love to my world.
a Siddha Yogi from Massachusetts, USA
Love in Action. I believe this is our goal in everyday life, to radiate the divine love that Gurumayi has awakened within us. The photos transported me back into that sacred, nurturing place of the Ashram life, its steadiness, and its ways of teaching one-pointedness.
a Siddha Yogi from Texas, USA