Autobiography of a yogi

One of my favourite books of all time is “Autobiography of a Yogi,” by Paramahansa Yogananda. If you have not read it, I highly recommend it. That is when I first learned of Mahavatar Babaji, the Guru. I see him now as an Ascended Master, a teacher, an inspiration and a pillar of Light. His energy is calm and all-knowing. He is wise and deeply connected, and he can help us to access these energies in ourselves. He is illumination and he is also discipline, he sees through illusion and into the heart and Soul. He calls for devotion to the ultimate quest of union with Source energy; to whole-hearted commitment to your spiritual journey and complete surrender to faith.

When Mahavatar Babaji comes to you it is time to meditate, do yoga and simplify life. It is time to declutter, detach from drama and find your inner peace. This is not a material journey, and the Guru would not be impressed by material gain or possession. For you cannot take that with you, it simply means nothing on the journey between the dimensions. The only thing that matters is your awakening, your enlightenment, your pursuit of peace, of unity with the Divine.

This is a call to spend time in silence, to calm your mind, to harness the pure energy of Love. This is why we are here, not to accumulate ‘stuff’ but to travel lightly, with reverence and respect upon this sacred Earth.

Namaste

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