Baba Muktananda, Bhagavan Nityananda: His Life and Mission (Ganeshpuri, India: Gurudev Siddha Peeth, 1981), p.29
The beauty and purity and simplicity of Bade Baba's teachings leave me praying that I never forget them.
a Siddha Yogi from California, USA
Long before I started walking the Siddha Yoga path, I wondered why it was that watching the beauty of the Alpine mountains gave me such incredible happiness. At first, I tried to find some external reason such as the shape of the mountain or the colors during sunset. But the only constant to the experience of beauty was the experience of happiness itself. So I finally realized that happiness comes from within myself.
Bade Baba's beautiful statement reminds me of that experience, which is now part of my daily life—watching nature in all her aspects gives me joy and delight and connects me to my heart.
Thank you, Bade Baba, for this reminder.
a Siddha Yogi from Freiburg, Germany
Chanting Shri Guru Gita
this morning in honor of Bade Baba's Punyatithi, I felt Bade Baba so alive in my own heart! He was radiating pure love throughout my being, and I felt completely taken care of, knowing that everything is all right.
Thank you, beloved Bade Baba.
a Siddha Yogi from Cologne, Germany
As I gazed at the leaf in the background of the teaching, I noticed the crisscross pattern of the veins, like a web. It reminded me that my outer life is full of complicated developments. But just as within the leaf, the life force is pulsating every moment and keeps the leaf thriving, Bade Baba’s teaching tells me that I can find happiness within myself.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for reminding us once again to go deep within to experience joy.
a Siddha Yogi from Pune, India
This teaching tells me to look deeper. It reminds me to look beyond the surface. And it reminds me of my greatness as a human being, the greatness of other human beings, and the greatness of all that exists.
a Siddha Yogi from Minnesota, USA