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Stories Told on the Siddha Yoga Path
A Selection of Three Poems
A Story Told by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda
Since these beautiful poems have been posted I've been reading them every morning, and with each reading I have felt a deeper understanding of the connection to "the whole." In my personal life at this time, there is a pending physical move that brings so much attention to the outer world. In a dream last night I was speaking with someone who was also part of the move, and I was asking if they were ready and had all their "stuff" together. The person looked at me and said, "I have my Self," with a huge smile on their face. I awoke from the dream with a huge smile on
face and so much gratitude for the stories that continue to appear on the website providing these profound shifts of awareness.
Thank you, Gurumayi!
New Mexico, USA
This morning, Thursday, as I meditated, I was quite surprised to hear a voice inside me say: "You are whole." As if punning, it added: "No holes. You are whole."
When I finished meditating, I went to the Siddha Yoga path website. I hadn't visited the website yesterday and hadn't seen the three poems.
A shiver of recognition and gratitude ran through me as I read: "Unified am I, quite undivided...."
Thank you, Gurumayi, for this path where we are all united, all whole, within ourselves and with each other.
There is a wonderful holiday in India called Dev Diwali. This year, Dev Diwali will be celebrated on Wednesday, November 28. In many regions of India, Dev Diwali is celebrated on the full moon in the month of Kartika, corresponding to November – December in the Western calendar. On this day, all the gods and goddesses in heaven celebrate Dev Diwali, the festival of lights.
In honor of Dev Diwali Gurumayi requested that a selection of three poems be shared with the global Siddha Yoga sangham on the Siddha Yoga path website. These are poems that Gurumayi has included in talks for Shaktipat Intensives and satsangs.
On the Siddha Yoga path we’ve learned that whenever there is an auspicious day, nature displays sweet magic. Be on the look-out.
Shubh Dev Diwali!
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