Sunday, November 15, 2020

Dear readers,

Happy Indian New Year!

On the Siddha Yoga path, we love new beginnings. Gurumayi has often spoken about how, because Siddha Yoga is practiced in many, many countries and by people of all different cultures, we have the good fortune to celebrate lots of new years.

I have learned from Gurumayi that there’s particular potency to something that is brand-new. It’s fresh. It’s exciting. It’s joyous. It’s euphoric. It propels you to discover. It has a fragrance that awakens every cell of your being. Similarly, at the time of a new beginning, your mind feels fresh, and your spirit is renewed and energized to achieve something greater.

Once again, I wish you a very happy new year. Nutan Varshabhinandan. Saal Mubarak.

The next Siddha Yoga gathering of Darshan and Manan: The Siddha Yoga Practices of Seeing and Contemplating will focus on two more attributes of Bhagavan. Here is the logistical information about the gathering:

  • Date: Saturday, November 21, 2020
  • Time: 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (USA)
  • Location: Siddha Yoga Universal Hall (via the Siddha Yoga path website)

Please read about the first two attributes of Bhagavan in the speech that Heather Williams gave on Saturday, November 14—Bhagavan: Samagra Aishvarya & Dharma.

May you find newness every day of this week, and may it be most refreshing for you.



Gauri Maurer
Managing Director, Siddha Yoga Gatherings of Darshan and Manan
SYDA Foundation