Happy GuruPurnima 2021

Happy GuruPurnima Dear Blessed Ones.
 
Today is a day universally celebrated to mark our infinite gratitude to our Gurudev for having blessed us with His love and energies, that propelled our journey towards Divinity, without which we would have been lost into the eternity of ignorance. Everyday we have the gratitude, but today is the special day that have the energies of the Guru Tatva in its highest radiance.
 
Today is the day when all the disciples connected deeply with their Guru in obeisance – even the Guru! Because the Guru is also a disciple to someone. This way, what a powerful connection is established in the entire lineage today! And the best thing is every Guru-Disciple of every lineage form their own chain of powerful connection and all these connections ultimately connect to the Ultimate Source of Creation! All I can see today is one power zone from where strands of light is moving among all lineages, countless of them! …. And all the ones connected in those strands of light are receiving that Divine Love and Light from the Ultimate Source from their Gurudev. Isn’t that something beautiful happening? All these souls in the strands of light are illumined, for they are the workers of Divine Light upon the earth.
 
The best form of worship today is to concentrate on His Paduka and the eternal flame of the Guru’s Consciousness, close the eyes, and install it in your Guru chakra or the Agya chakra along with the image of Gurudev in your heart, and meditate upon Him. The most powerful form of Advaita or nondual worship. Most powerful that will reach Babaji within moments.
 
I love this day, mostly because I see the seekers deeply engrossed in their Master on this day, all in various forms. Their love and their deep emotions shakes me up and tears me up, especially to see the ones who have established a real connection with their Master, away from all his physical presence but yet connected so deeply.
 
I was told a story in one of our Bible classes our teacher would tell in school that I remember even today. God sent the angels to go get the most precious thing they could find. All the angels went out. Soon they began returning, some returned in few hours, some in few days, because they had to find the most precious thing. All brought something or the other but the most precious ones were only that a few angels could bring. One brought the most precious stone that was beyond evaluation, probably something more countless times than the Kohinoor. One brought the most precious elixir that even the Gods would fight for. Everyone returned and God was pretty impressed with their findings, but one angel was missing. Everyone looked around and yes one had not returned. So they waited. After about a week the little angel, returned, the smallest angel of them all. God asked what took her so long? She huffed and puffed and apologized for the inconvenience of all. She said, “I was searching and searching but could not find anything and I went far into all the corners of the earth. Finally, I was disappointed and was returning and then I saw something…. There was a little child who had knelt down in prayer and meditation. He was praying on something very deep. Soon, I saw the closed eyes moist and the left eye was filling up a tear. I was moved and tried to ask him what is it that he was asking God, but he was so engrossed that he could not hear me. Soon the eye filled up the tear and the tear was about to drop. I soon took out my little ring box and very timely caught that tear, for that was the most precious thing I had ever seen, the most rare, the most pure, the most divine… and priceless! I have brought that tear. I am sorry I could not find anything else. God was moved and hugged the little angel for she had indeed brought the most priceless thing on earth – the subtle emotion of a seeker in the gross form – the tear!
 
Dear ones, I remembered this story today because on this day or any day, whenever I see a genuine tear of a seeker for his or her Master, I am moved into an ocean of love and emotions too. This emotion, this tear is priceless. If one has this, one has everything, or one has nothing. I bow down to that spirit and love of all the disciples of all the Gurus. Today is that beautiful day. Most beautiful because today the Guru, opens his infinite ocean of love for all the children who walk towards the Light. What more happiness can it give a Guru to see the little sparks of light all over eager to ignite into a fire of divine love. It is the Guru’s compassion and mercy that has been taking care of the seekers. Salutations to the Guru’s feet for their unconditional love and sacrifices that they endure on this path. They have moved across already, but they come back and linger around and sacrifice so much just for the good of other souls – there can be no unconditional sacrifice greater than this. Om Sri Gurubhyo Namaha!
 
HAPPY GURUPURNIMA TO ALL DEAR SOULS. Divine Love and Light 💛✨
 
This video is of the Gurupaduka of Gurgaon Ashram that I had kept with me for my worship. Sharing it with all of you today.
 
This video clip is focusing on the paduka of our Gurudev, that is the true form of worship. Behind His paduka is the eternal light of the Guru. The best form of worship today is to concentrate on His Paduka and the eternal flame of the Guru’s Consciousness, close the eyes, and install it in your Guru chakra or the Agya chakra along with the image of Gurudev in your heart, and meditate upon Him. The most powerful form of Advaita or nondual worship. Most powerful that will reach the Guru within moments.
 
Song playing: “Mere Gurudev” sung by Krishna Das
Mere Gurudev, charanon par
Sumana shraddha, ke arpita hai
Tere hee dena, hai jo hai
Wahi tujha ko, samarapita hai
Na priti hai, pratiti hai
Na hi puja, ki shakti hai
Na priti hai, pratiti hai
Na hi puja, ki shakti hai
Meraa yaha man
Meraa yaha tan
Meraa kan kan
Samarapita hai
Mere Gurudev, charanon par
Sumana shraddha, ke arpita hai
Tuma hee ho bhaava men mere
Vicharon mein, pukaron mein
Tuma hee ho bhaava men mere
Vicharon mein, pukaron mein
Banaale yantra, ab mujhko
Mere saravatra, samarapita hai
Mere Gurudev, charanon par
Sumana shraddha, ke arpita hai
Mere Gurudev, charanon par
Sumana shraddha, ke arpita hai
Tere hee dena, hai jo hai
Wahi tujha ko, samarapita hai
Mere Gurudev, charanon par
Sumana shraddha, ke arpita hai

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