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Hymns and Aratis Sung on the Siddha Yoga Path
It has been a blessing to discover the “Hymns and Aratis” page on the Siddha Yoga path website. With the help of the website, I can listen to hymns sung on the Siddha Yoga path at any time. It is very refreshing for my
and for my practice of Siddha Yoga music.
The words and musical rendition of
Jaya Devi Arati
touch a deep chord within me. It's filled with such a spirit of celebration and exultation of the Devi. What a gift that I can access it any time for evening
, not only during Navaratri but on other auspicious days as well.
I want to thank Gurumayi for this very lively gift. It's a blessing, especially during this pandemic. I adore having all the hymns and
that are posted on the Siddha Yoga path website. Each is a priceless gem!
I decided to invoke Annapurna, the Goddess of food and nourishment, as I work on my conscious eating. I pray for her support and listen to the
before and during meal time.
I have been noticing a shift in my appetite and digestion. My awareness around what, how, and when I eat has also increased.
I am so very grateful to Gurumayi for creating the Siddha Yoga path website. I am especially grateful for the Hymns and Aratis page, which I visit several times a day as I do my practices.
Thank you so much, Gurumayi, for changing my life!
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