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Holiday Greetings… December 23, 2007

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Jai Sat Chit Anand Dadaji’s Youth Mahatma’s!  Here’s wishing everybody Happy Holidays!!!  You may post your holiday greetings to your fellow Youth Mahatama’s in this Post.

 

15 Responses to “Holiday Greetings…”

  1. Kishor Patel Says:

    JS Mahatmas,

    Wishing you and your family the very best for the holidays & a prosperous New Year! Our hope is that we can all find time to advance in dadaji’s gnan and put it in practice everyday.

  2. Chetan Patel Says:

    Jai Sachchidanand to all mahatmas reading this post. I am one of the Youth Committee Members from Panama City Beach, FL. I am really excited to see the increasing level of participation on this blog. I am for certain that there are many of you reading the blog are not commenting. I would like to encourage everyone to participate and post comments. We are all here to learn from each other and your experiences can be very helpful for many. Wish you Happy Holidays and a New Year full of progress towards Moksha.

    C-Ya in Stillwater

  3. ajay Says:

    JS,

    I wish everybody happy holidays and a great new year. I hope Dada stays with you and brings peace and happiness to everyone for the next year. I will be cheering for the Dallas Cowboys and I hope you do the same!!!

    ajay

  4. Amar Says:

    JS to all:

    On behalf of the Dallas members, we wish you a happy holidays and a prosperous new year!

  5. Avani Desai Says:

    Warm wishes from Houston to all our Mahatmas this holiday season!
    I’m curious to know how many our of Mahatma families celebrate Christmas. As for the Desais here in Houston, no luck! In fact, for the longest time, as a kid I would put up the tree in our house just hoping Mom and Dad would get the idea and come Christmas day, there would be pretty wrapped surprises for me to unwrap. 🙂 They didn’t get the hint. No presents for Avani. But as the years went on, I thought about the holiday… It is the birth of Jesus, and He represents the ideals of Simplicity, Humility, and Service to Humanity. In essence, in satsang, I once heard God being attributed to one who possesses such qualities such as these. So in a way, you can say Christmas somewhat represents God’s birthday. God is inside of all of us in the Pure Soul Shudhatma state. And since on birthdays we shower the lucky one with presents, on Christmas don’t we owe something to the God within? The God that does not ask for riches or goodies, rather shines out peace, oneness with all, and ultimate happiness. This Christmas, unwrap the avran that separates us from our inner being by doing viddhis and applying the 5 agnas. Let your Pure Soul shine out! Wow, I’m done being cheesy now! 😀
    Or maybe not… In the spirit of Christmas, I thought I would share a story…
    Twas the night before Gnaan Vidhi
    And all through my mind,
    The enemies were battling
    Who I was, I could not find.

    And then came the day,
    The day of complete surrender
    Who would have thought in reality
    No one was above no one under

    Rather, it was all inside
    The pure being of energy and light
    The Knower and Seer was unraveled
    Dadaji had graced me with a new sight

    Forever in debt I am to Him
    I strive for the 5 agnas power
    That eleven-year old he had once blessed
    Shall blossom into a new flower

    Jai Satchitanand!!!

  6. Dimple Says:

    JS to everyone,

    Happy holidays, happy new year! May the teachings of Gnyani Purush be with you always with constant progression towards our now attainable goal of moksha. Undebted gratefulness to Dadaji for this akram vignan that we can guide ourselves toward complete enlightenment and unlimited happiness.

    ~Dimple
    I can’t wait for shibir!!! Stillwater here we come! 🙂

  7. Avani Says:

    Warm wishes from Texas to all our Mahatmas this holiday season!
    I’m curious to know how many our of Indian families celebrate Christmas. As for the Desais here in Houston, no luck! In fact, for the longest time, as a kid I would put up the tree in our house just hoping Mom and Dad would get the idea and come Christmas day, there would be pretty wrapped surprises for me to unwrap.  They didn’t get the hint. No presents for Avani. But as the years went on, I thought about the holiday… It is the birth of Jesus, and He represents the ideals of Simplicity, Humility, and Service to Humanity. In essence, in satsang, I once heard God being attributed to one who possesses such qualities as these. So in a way, you can say Christmas somewhat represents God’s birthday. God is inside of all of us in the Pure Soul Shudhatma state. And since on birthdays we shower the lucky one with presents, on Christmas don’t we owe something to the God within? The God that does not ask for riches or goodies, rather shines out peace, oneness with all, and ultimate happiness. This Christmas, unwrap the avran that separates us from our inner being by doing viddhis and applying the 5 agnas. Let your Pure Soul shine out! Wow, I’m done being cheesy now! 😀
    Or maybe not… In the spirit of Christmas, I thought I would share a story…
    Twas the night before Gnaan Vidhi
    And all through my mind,
    The enemies were battling
    Who I was, I could not find.

    And then came the day,
    The day of complete surrender
    Who would have thought in reality
    No one was above no one under

    Rather, it was all inside
    The pure being of energy and light
    The Knower and Seer was unraveled
    Dadaji had graced me with a new sight

    Forever in debt I am to Him
    I strive for the 5 agnas power
    That eleven-year old he had once blessed
    Shall blossom into a new flower

    Jai Satchitanand,
    Avani

  8. Nilesh Says:

    Jai Satchitanand To All Mahatmas,

    My name is Nilesh and I represent the California youth committee. I wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a very happy holiday. For me the holidays always brings about a sense of reflection and closure to our previous year, with hopes and commitments for the year to come.

    In the past year, with Dadaji’s blessings and guidance the resources for the youth of the Jai Satchitanand Sangh have grown in the hope that we as the youth will have a platform to come together, develop in our gnan and take the reigns of leadership from our mentors for the Sangh.

    We now have the foundation for something great. It’s up to each and every one of us to build on that foundation. We need to reach out and let those who are helping us know that we appreciate what they do by taking full advantage of the resources available. As part of the youth committee, I would like to make this my commitment for the year to come.

    I look forward to meeting all of you in the New Year and with your help and support, we can make next year more successful then the past one.

    Jai Satchitanand,
    Nilesh

  9. Sanjiv Patel Says:

    Dear Mahatmas,

    Wishing you Joyous Holidays filled with “Real” Happiness. It is my humble request to all the youth members to share your experiences from which we can learn and progress further on the spiritual path of Akram Vignan.
    I was very impressed hearing your experiences during our last Guru Purnima.

    My Prayers to Pujya Dadaji that his blessings always be with all of us for Opening Out of the Inner Fragrance of Real Pure Soul Science vis-a-vis All Relative Science As Per FIVE AGNAS.

    Jai Sacchidanand
    Sanjiv Patel (Chester Springs, PA)

  10. Shaila Mulji Says:

    Happy Holidays & Happy New Year! 2008!!!

    The spirit of this season is all about a spiritual man that took birth on this earth many years ago and selflessly shed His blood for the glory, happiness and salvation of His followers. There is so much that we can learn from His life and His message regardless of what religious background we may adhere to or be born into or not! The events of His life are speculated by billions around the world, His message has been analyzed, dissected, and dispersed amongst several religious groups!

    Yet, the ‘spirit’ and ‘essence’ of Him and His life resides in the hearts of those that knew Him, know Him through their spiritual connection to His spiritual presence and those that get His grace without even asking and aren’t even aware of it! The presence of great souls like His on this earth is for the sole purpose of elevating, inspiring, finding the power to forgive-and-forget, and leading the human race to higher standards in the art of living, promoting non-violence through the mind-speech-body, maximizing their potential as human beings in all areas of their lives including family, social interactions, community involvement, professional development, personal development and ultimately spiritual progress towards the goal of ultimate liberation that unites us with the eternal Pure Soul.

    The birth of whom this season is honoring had no regard for anything ‘relative’. His primary purpose was to have His life be a living example of the pure, unadulterated love, compassion and forgiveness of the universal God that He had become one with.

    What can we as a human race learn from His life, His message and His spiritual presence in our world? Each and every one will have varying answers to this question, but it is definitely something worth asking ourselves! The essence and spirit of this season is ideally celebrated honoring the one who is responsible for it!

    As we go into the New Year 2008, let’s take a few moments to contemplate, reflect and confirm what matters the most in our lives.

    May everyone find solace, peace, serenity, compassion, love, forgiveness, gratitude and satisfaction with their lives and themselves.

    Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year 2008 from the Mulji Family!!!

    Shaila B Mulji

  11. Suraj Mistry Says:

    JS Youth Mahatmas,

    A special Happy Holidays and Jai Sachchitanand to all young mahatmas from the youth committee. Hope you are all enjoying your holidays and spending lots of time with your families. While celebrating in the holiday festivities please keep in mind at all times that you are only observing file number one and are not actually file number one. To all youth in India, hope you are enjoying your time with Dadaji and the aptaputras and please give them all our JS. Also this is a great time to catch up on blog readings and postings, there are some wonderful experiences being shared on this blog and everyone should get the maximum benefit from it. Once again Happy Holidays.

    Take Care and JS,
    Suraj

  12. Manish, Mili & Aayan Says:

    Jai Sachidanand Mahatma’s!

    Here’s wishing all of you joyful holidays and a properous New Year. May the coming year continue to light your path towards ultimate liberation.

    Jai Sachidanand.

    Manish, Mili, and Aayan

  13. Sapna Says:

    JAI SACCHIDANAND!!

    hope everyone is enjoying their time off and gets a chance to relax. May Dadaji be with all of us through the new year and always.

    7 more months til GP!! : D

    JS
    ~Sapna.
    ps…cant believe its already 2008!

  14. Yasmin Says:

    Jai Sachchidanand everybodyyy!!

    I wish everybody a very happy holidays (even though Christmas already ended, hahaha); a very prosperous upcoming new year, filled with nothing but progress and real happiness, ultimately lighting ones path to moksh.

    May Dadaji be with us all.

    –Yasmin

    PS. To everyone in school, enjoy break while it lasts, school’s about to begin!!

    “United we stand, divided we fall.”

  15. Jibriel Says:

    Jai Sachchidanand

    Happy New Year to everyone!! wishing you all happiness.. 🙂
    I hope everyone enjoyed their holidays.

    JS


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