Gurupurnima 2018

Bhagavan Nityananda’s Darshan and Wisdom

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This gallery triggered a flood of memories in me. I recall first coming before Bade Baba's chair with the arm extensions at his home in the little town of Ganeshpuri. Baba Muktananda had just taken mahasamadhi. Feeling bereft at Baba's recent passing, I sat with eyes closed before Bade Baba's chair.
A brilliant sapphire, the Blue Pearl, descended and hung before my inner eye for a long while. I was comforted as it drew me deeper and deeper within to a place of utter stillness and perfection. Thereafter, whenever the Blue Pearl has appeared to me, I recognize it as Bade Baba's darshan and allow it to lead me home to that place of peace.

a Siddha Yogi from Washington, USA

As I move through these images of our beloved Bade Baba, stillness arises in me, and a calm; even more than a feeling of peace, it's a state of oneness I recognize.  
My very first experience of meditation, and of that stillness, was in Bade Baba's Temple. It's a place I can return to within myself. 
As I read about Baba's experience of his Guru, and Gurumayi's teachings about him, their words pull me deeper inside. How blessed we are to receive this wisdom and Bade Baba's darshan!

a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA

When I focus on the photos of Bhagavan Nityananda, the mantra arises spontaneously within my being. I can feel his abundant blessings. Having his darshan, I experience silence and wisdom.
I’m grateful for such a divine darshan.

a Siddha Yogi from Amrawati, India

Deep down I feel utterly connected with Bhagavan Nityananda. Through these photos I feel I am visiting Bade Baba’s Ashram in Ganeshpuri, India. A strong yearning wells up, as if I had deep memories of being in his presence. I feel his state is the essence of the Truth, and for me, he is the doorway to the most profound love.

a Siddha Yogi from California, USA

With all our love, we celebrated the Punyatithi of Bhagavan Nityananda in the Siddha Yoga Ashram in Mexico City. After receiving Bade Baba’s darshan, the mantra Om Namah Shivaya arose spontaneously. I felt it move up from my belly to my head. My mind was not repeating the mantra, only my body!
Thank you, Gurumayi. Thank you, Baba. Thank you, Bhagavan. Thank you for your infinite grace in our lives. I love all of you very much, with all my heart.

a Siddha Yogi from Mexico City, Mexico