Baba Muktananda, Bhagavan Nityananda of Ganeshpuri (South Fallsburg: SYDA Foundation, 1996), p.35
I love how the word Search
is scrambled in the image. To me it illustrates why inside is the best place to search.
When I go inside and become quiet enough, I have the experience that the source of the universe is sound and letters. This makes me want to keep going inside more and more to get to that place.
a Siddha Yogi from Washington, USA
With every message on the Siddha Yoga path website, I am inspired to step away from mental chatter and go inside. Here is where I find peace. I am so thankful for these messages, which remind me that what I really long for is inside.
I am in awe of the steadiness of the Siddha Yoga Gurus and the clarity with which their teachings are offered. I am very grateful to be on this sacred path.
a Siddha Yogi from West Vancouver, Canada
For me, this teaching is like a key that is simple in appearance, yet carries the divine power to unlock the vast treasure-house of the Self.
Before I began to walk the Siddha Yoga path, I looked for satisfaction through external circumstances. I wasn’t aware that looking inside myself for contentment or wisdom was plausible or even possible. My outlook changed when these once-elusive treasures began to steadily reveal themselves through Siddha Yoga meditation, contemplation, and other Siddha Yoga practices. Through these practices, I discovered my own Self to be the source of my true happiness and fulfillment.
I am profoundly grateful to Bhagavan Nityananda for this teaching, and to Baba and Gurumayi for teaching me how to bring its illuminating force into every aspect of my life.
a Siddha Yogi from Illinois, USA