I love this teaching. It makes me think of the laughter of my 8-month-old daughter. When she laughs, she spreads unconditional, pure love. Watching her laugh, everyone starts to laugh.
When I saw this video, it reminded me of how fortunate I am to have such a beautiful daughter. I’m very grateful for Gurumayi’s grace and blessings.
a Siddha Yogi from Windsor, Australia
I woke up this morning feeling overly serious about my life. When I turned to the Siddha Yoga path website and saw the word Laugh,
I knew that this was the teaching for me this morning. Then, as I saw the words tumbling, dancing, and bumping into each other, I began to laugh and felt very light.
I am very grateful for the support of my dear Guru.
a Siddha Yogi from California, USA
Wow! What a wonderful reminder to see this teaching again. When I first saw it some time ago, it made a huge impression on me, especially the word Appreciate
. I started appreciating everyone and everything.
Now I see each word with fresh eyes! Seeing the flashes of light at the end of the video, I remember that my beloved Guru illuminates every step of my path with her timeless teachings.
a Siddha Yogi from Ulhasnagar, India
In the mornings before I go to school, Mum and I often look at the Siddha Yoga Path website to be inspired for our day. This morning we opened “Gurumayi's Teachings” and watched the video. As each virtue appeared, I felt it alive within me. I laughed when laugh
appeared, and felt appreciation for my life when the word appreciate
came to the screen.
Today I will take to school with me Gurumayi's teaching to laugh! I look forward to another great day inspired by Gurumayi's teachings.
Thank you, Gurumayi.
a fourteen-year-old Siddha Yogi from South Yarra, Australia
I just saw Gurumayi’s teaching "Laugh." I began to laugh, and I am still laughing, and I am so happy!
Thank you Gurumayi! With all my love and happiness!
a Siddha Yogi from Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Yesterday morning, I was sitting quietly for some time looking at the photograph of Lake Nityananda, with the words from Gurumayi that had arrived on the scene in all manner of ways—tumbling, skidding, marching, moving with grace, and so on. This reminded me of different aspects of myself. Watching Laugh
light up so beautifully and unexpectedly, the realization came to me that the sun on the horizon is like the Guru—ever-present and radiant, constantly shedding rays of grace on all of us at whatever stage of sadhana
we happen to be. When we practice her specific teachings, we open ourselves to receive that grace; and eventually there is a moment when we merge with the Guru, with that blazing light, so that we too glow in the same radiance of Self-realization. In that state, I’m sure, too, that all the cells in our bodies are blissfully laughing at all times.
a Siddha Yogi from California, USA
I’ve been reflecting on Gurumayi's teachings daily, and now it seems that every time I laugh I think of Gurumayi and the teachings—and I end up laughing at my own laughter. And on it goes!
Thank you for all your kindness and love, Gurumayi.
a Siddha Yogi from Washington, USA
Thank you, Gurumayi, for bringing enchanting new meaning to the term wordplay
a Siddha Yogi from New Mexico, USA
As I looked at Baba's photos and read his teaching for each one, I felt my heart softening and filling up with love, a little at a time. By the time I reached the last image, my eyes had welled up. I felt centered, and I had a yearning to always feel that love of Baba within me.
Salutations to Baba Muktananda!
a Siddha Yogi from Taguig City, Philippines