In the Sanskrit language, divya means divine and sūkta refers to a statement that illumines the highest Truth. Divya Sūkta: Teachings about the Divine.
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For me, the Shaktipat Intensive has begun! I can feel the love streaming from every one of Gurumayi’s and Baba’s words. Expansive, beautiful, inspiring love!
a Siddha Yogi from California , USA
I experience the Divya Sukta
teachings as beams of light guiding me and preparing my heart for the Shaktipat Intensive. Reading and contemplating them, I feel like I am consciously entering the venue where the Shaktipat Intensive is to be held. I imagine I am approaching the shoe rack and thoughtfully removing one shoe at a time, preparing to enter sacredness.
I am already silent inside.
a Siddha Yogi from Arizona, USA
The teachings given here as Divya Suktas
are amazing! They put so many things into perspective for my sadhana
Thank you, Gurumayi.
a Siddha Yogi from Mumbai, India
What a blissful encounter! My heart leaps as I read Gurumayi's Divya Sukta
and recognize here the qualities that Gurumayi spoke of on Raksha Bandhan
in August 2015: confidence
These words speak to me as I prepare to participate in the Shaktipat Intensive. For I know that each time I participate, I am rejuvenated and filled with new life force throughout my body, making my mind clearer and my heart soft.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for your divine words, which name so clearly the benefits and blessings of this sacred event.
a Siddha Yogi from Katzenbach, Germany
Immersing myself in each of the ten teachings resulted in my being in a state of deep meditation at the end. What a blessed gift to receive, so that not only may I understand these teachings with my mind through the descriptive words, but also my heart can begin to open in that very special way that occurs in an Intensive.
My heartfelt gratitude to Gurumayi for this preparation.
a Siddha Yogi from Texas, USA