“I send you one to the sky, very big and high.
Happy, happy Smile so wide.
Beautiful angel sailing on high.
Come touch me with your heart.
I sink into your love deep, covered in your light, a rainbow bright.
A golden place we will always be.”
(Birthday Wish, poem from my friend yogini Ann, dedicated to her brother – Ann is enjoying sahaja yoga meditation at our Halton classes and she has a great smile, see the reason why)
“You must know how to Smile. (1)
If you have to describe Smile you can only tell how the muscles move but you cannot tell the effects of the smiles. You should allow this power to be effective and develop it. (2)
This is a sign of a Yogeshwara (meaning ‘The Lord of Yoga’ in Sanskrit language, equivalent for ‘God the Father in Heavens’).
That’s how you have to be, in a mode which is very smiling, knowing everything and not sarcastic, but very paternal smile, very loving, affectionate smile that you should have for all the other people and immediately they’ll recognize. I’ve seen small children are like that. They are are extremely patronizing sometimes, you know, they see their parents and this and that. So they come and tell you that:
‘Don’t worry. Everything will be all right. After all, God is there to look after you.’
And they (the children) can be extremely, extremely loving and kind and the way they talk, they will neutralize the whole thing. So we have to learn a lot from our children, from all the little babies and that we .. ourselves, should have that Ganesha Principle within us.
(Shri Ganesha Principle is the one that governs Mooladhara energy centre that is known as root chakra too and this principle represents the Eternal Child that is built-in within us).
With innocence, we should work it out. Innocence is the most intelligent and most effective thing. So I would request you, all of you, to face yourself and don’t hate yourself, but correct yourself. Respect yourself.
And try to evolve your own glory. May God bless you. ” (3)
The above quotes (1, 2 and 3) are all from various of Shri Mataji’s lectures and I felt to share with you in the image above – next to the beautiful smile that is glowing with love – few verses from a poem that I absolutely adore: “To My Flower Children”, written specially for Seekers by our beloved yoga teacher . Please, keep your palms facing upwards and towards the Image above, read slowly, slowly the verses while watching that smile, and I am sure that you’ll feel the Bliss of a Serene Meditation blossoming from within, in Silence. And your open hands will receive the touch of a Cool Gentle Breeze.
Let me know.. 🙂
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Thank You my sister in Yoga again and again
for the Divine Love That You are able to spread with all of us so much !!!
I am smiling…
I am smiling and I feel it. I am grateful to you.
this definitely made me smile and feel the child within me. thank you for sharing such a lively and lovely post.
Tranquility,serene and joyfulness,
that is what I experienced, on reading these beautiful lines, composed for (all)brothers,an(universal poem)by a sister.
Sublime and beautiful.Indeed, a ‘Sahaj’feeling.
Thank you my sister…….
I am smiling
Thank you Ioana for your smiling heart giving always Joy and Beauty and spreading Love, Love, Love.
With Smile, geri
Sweet message. Thank You.
that was so beautiful- it silenced me and my spirit smiled through. thanks.
What a beautiful message – so pure, so sweet and so true.
Lots of love always.
Oh such beautiful heart warming photos- thanks for sharing these. Now I am going to think what I can do with them now LOL – they are priceless!
What smile I felt spread out and out on such a lovely message.
Im smee iling!!!!! Love dees pics! WOO WOO
The smiles pictured in the sky make me smile too. Shri Mataji’s beautiful smile is one of joy and love and it transmits itself. Smiles attract smiles!
I am smiling from within. Thanks for the link!
I’ve been smiling the whole time while reading the beautiful verses and seeing and wonderful images. Thank you for sharing this piece of happiness with us!
Smile is Contiguous when it’s from bottom of the heart.
Thank you very much for sharing this wonderful thought among us .Thanks for reminding me to smile again and again.