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Disciple’s Experience

8 June 2012 One Comment Print article Print article

Tonight, before meditation, I prayed for my third eye to be opened. During the meditation I received two insights in a series of visions.  They were so subtle that they took some effort to retrieve.

1. I saw that offering negativity is like giving Christmas gifts to God, because there is nothing that God wants more from us.

2. I saw the head of the Lord with a gold crown on it. Every offering of negativity lit a small golden flame, like a ghee light, atop a point of the crown. These beautiful lights were the jewels of the crown of the Lord.

Jai Gurudev!

Sita Ram,
a disciple

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  • Sree said:

    One day before starting meditation I unknowingly or I should say I was not clear if I am asking ma or I am saying to myself that please stop me from getting attracted to a particular bad habit…

    After a day…to my surprise …in spite of trying create interest in it…I am not able to get that longing for that habit…I feel blessed.

    Jai Ma

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