In the Sanskrit language, divya means divine and sūkta refers to a statement that illumines the highest Truth. Divya Sūkta: Teachings about the Divine.
© 2014 SYDA Foundation®. All rights reserved. Do not copy or distribute.
While we were chanting Om Namo Bhagavate Muktanandaya
during the celebration of Baba's Mahasamadhi at the local center, I experienced the grace of wonderment.
Each breath I drew traveled through my body and turned into sound. The sound was harmonious and full as it blended with the other voices.
It evoked a sense of wonder—for the experience of breath, sound, and the way this body becomes God's instrument.
I recall having this experience when I was brand-new to the practice of chanting and many, many times since. And still it brings wonder.
Thank you, so much!
a Siddha Yogi from California, USA
Transparent spiral of life
carrying sea sounds and sands,
meandering shell swirling,
wondrous silence taking me deeply inside.
only oneness and dancing bliss.
a Siddha Yogi from Pordenone , Italy