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Letter From Ma and Bapuji, Summer 2010

10 August 2010 No Comments Print article Print article


Dear Ones,
Guruji always felt the Quality of disciples was more important than the Quantity. We have always wanted and tried to maintain that noble principle, and have always valued the ability of a disciple to reach and contact us freely.
Although many persons receive shaktipat every year, the number of active disciples remains extremely low. This puts many external factors of our work and organization under considerable yet unnecessary stress.
Dear Ones,
As we are planning to take a period of rest and rejuvenation, we seek your deeper support and love by asking you to rethink your activity with us and DYC. We ask you to attend group meditations more regularly, volunteer a bit of your time for seva, and make plans to attend retreats whenever possible.
We hope to see this start at the Maha Samadhi retreat in September of this year. This will be the last opportunity for most disciples to spend some time with us at a very important event before we leave.
Dear Ones,
DO COME.
Dear Ones,
Ma and Bapuji


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Editor’s Note: This letter originally appeared in Shakti Journal, Dhyanyoga Center’s quarterly print publication. You can subscribe to Shakti Journal here.

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