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Letter From the Board of Directors Regarding Anandi Ma’s 2011 Schedule

20 April 2010 2 Comments Print article Print article

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

On behalf of the board of directors of DYC, I am writing to share with you something of great importance. For the last thirty years, Anandi Ma and Dileepji have worked nonstop to spread Dhyanyogiji’s message and teachings to as many people as possible around the world. Driven by devotion and a sense of deep obligation toward their Guru, they have done so without any breaks and this, as many of us have seen, has taken a serious toll on their health. Dhyanyogiji Himself used to work for three to four years and then take a break for six to nine months to rejuvenate Himself so that He could continue to pour His energy out for our welfare. We feel that the time has come for Anandi Ma and Dileepji to do the same.

We, the board members, feel that it’s critical that they take a six to nine month break from their usual activities, starting in January of 2011. Through their great efforts, and the love and support of disciples from around the world, we now have places in India as well as the United States that we can call our own. This provides us with an opportunity to continue Dhyanyogiji’s work while Anandi Ma and Dileepji take some time to rejuvenate. During this time they can do some special practices and recharge themselves, allowing them to maintain their health and continue doing Dhyanyogiji’s work for many more years to come.

During the past few years Dhyanyoga Centers has enjoyed very strong support from caring disciples across the globe, which has allowed us to continue our Guru’s work, even in very difficult times. We are confident that with your commitment and continued physical, spiritual, and financial support, Dhyanyogiji’s work will continue to grow even when Anandi Ma and Dileepji take this much-needed break. We all wish to see them healthy and energetic for years to come, so that we can continue to celebrate life in their sweet and spiritually uplifting presence.

 

Sita Ram

Pankaj Khandelwal
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2 Comments »

  • Joseph Hoydilla said:

    Greetings,

    I want to see our Teachers take a much needed break. I agree 100 percent that it’s our responsibility as disciples to step it up and connect with them on the subtle level.

    I’ve been away for the last few years, but I’m looking forward to seeing fellow disciples. The one thing I realized during my departure is the absolutely unique priviledge it is to be disciples of Anandi Ma and Dileepji. There are not many places that I’m aware of in the US that we can go to and get this vortex of Divinity, specifically the subtle connection with Shaktipat.

    I feel so unworthy since I am a foolish being that continually falls, but I know I’m a foolish being that is protected with my Gurus.

    So much love,

    Joe

  • Shradhdha Patel said:

    SitaRam,

    Jai Gurudev!

    I agree that our loving Ma and Bapuji should take a much needed break. I am thankful for all their blessings and unconditional love. May God and Guruji protect their health. I know Ma is always with us no matter were we are! Jai Shri Ram.

    Love & Pranam,

    Shradhdha

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