Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Guru Will Guide You

I find it not coincidental that the date that the chapter about Yogi Bhajan was set up in the outline/line up to publish yesterday on the day of the ten year anniversary of his passing. Since we hadn't left the country yet, we decided to go down and be part of the events at his Ranch in Espanola New Mexico. It's hard to describe the feelings I had while there. For now I will just say that I am filled with love. Last night we had a candle light procession and walked from his ashram to his ranch while chanting (with police escort down the highway) and then we all sat down in front of his personal home and personal gudwara and chanted with 100,000 others round the world to honor and celebrate him. [By the way did you know that after he died the U.S. Congress released a congressional resolution honoring his life. This has only been done in 3 other cases. One for Mother Teresa, MLK, and Pope John Paul the 4th?. To read the full document click here.]

He always said he'd be 100 times more powerful in death than life, and also more accessible. It is true. So true. I don't think anyone really knows the full extent of what he did, what he gave us. What he restored to us to prepare us for the second coming and for Zion.

It has now been more than a month since Amarjot and I left on our world your and we still haven't left the country. I was beginning to think God had bait-and -switched me, but I can also see that the entire trip has been guided.

That giant angel I mentioned seeing during the imagery training--well I keep sensing it around.  I finally realized that it wasn't just coincidentally where I happened to be, but was following ME around. He is on special assignment to make sure I accomplish my mission on this trip. I still don't know all the details of that mission but luckily someone does. 

I have to admit I was feel like a drifter. Yesterday (was it only yesterday?) before the world-wide meditation, I had a little cry fest about not knowing the future and I did an imagery journey. I wanted to talk to Yogi Bhajan but Jesus came and first introduced me to my special assigned angel. Woah. I'll have to write about that another time. Then finally he brought Yogi Bhajan to me and Yogiji started laughing at me.

Of course. He was laughing and laughing and saying "why are you feeling sorry for yourself?" So I started laughing too. I saw how silly and blessed I am. He was super chummy with Jesus and I started getting annoyed again that they knew everything and I only knew a little. Then Yogiji took my hand and looked deep into my eyes and said "look into me." I looked deep into his eyes and saw the golden chain of teachers. Then he said very slowly and sincerely. "Guru will guide you." And then he put my hands in Christ's hands.

Jesus is my Guru. 

Then Jesus filled me with love and I wept. There were other people there too. It was like a giant group hug. I was so happy.  I am glad Yogiji came to laugh at me.

Here are some more pictures from the event and from this week.

I have been on the road so the next episode of the book is coming momentarily.

1 comment:

  1. "Guru will guide you." You seriously brought major tears to my eyes with that. I so love that you are sharing this journey with us!