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July Message from Ma and Bapuji

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Dear Ones,

Hope you are doing well. Guru Purnima is around the corner. We hope disciples will attend the weekend retreat that is planned in Antioch and Connecticut. We request and even urge you to, at the very least, join the group for puja and meditation on Sunday, July 17th. Don’t miss the opportunity. This is the first time that we are not with disciples on Guru Purnima but the truth lies in the Guru tattwa and especially Guruji was all about subtlety.

On the day of the full moon in July stand outside in the light of the moon, the grace of the Lord through the lineage and the Guru Himself. Don’t just stand at the window and merely look at the moon. Stand under the sky and let that light, that grace pour and flow. Even if there are clouds, obstacles not permitting the light, it is still that grace that will blow them away. Your effort will be acknowledged and rewarded. Immerse yourself in the love of the Guru and the impossible will become possible.

May Guru’s grace light you internally and light the steps to the Ultimate Guru.

Sita Ram,

Ma and Bapuji

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Guru Purnima Retreat 2011:

July 15-17

Registration deadline: this deadline has been extended to July 7th

Prerequisite: Shaktipat in this lineage

This event will be held at the DYC Center in Antioch, CA and in Woodbury, CT.

For registration info see the Upcoming and Noteworthy section.

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  • parakhraval said:

    pranam !

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