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« on: Apr 10, 2016 12:05 pm »

Yes, that's Chris. She is instrumental in my discovery of this path, and our relationship continues, despite the 'distance'. I watched Bro. Anandamoy's talk on 'The Mother Aspect of God' last night, and was finally able to understand just why my relationship with her feels the way it does. Her physical motherness, to her two beautiful children, and that feeling I had when we talked and still do when she's 'around'. Her physical motherness bore out an evident attunement to Divine Mother, whether she knew it or not. That was reflected back to me so powerfully...so very powerfully.

Yoganandaji said that the highest forms of friendship are those which awaken yearning for God. She does that, even now.

Hers is the most blissful friendship I have ever experienced. I went looking elsewhere, and I'm coming to a point where I find that blissfulness in my sadhana, thank Mother.

Hello I saw the quote you having your signature from verse 12 of chapter 2 of the Bhagavad-Gita and so I read through that in the Masters interpretation of it in the Bhagavad-Gita The royal science of God realization and then I went ahead and read verse 13 as well and in that verse I saw this; " the wise do not expect to reap everlasting happiness from friends beloved family or dear possessions. The forms of loved ones are snatched away by death. Material objects turn out to be meaningless when one becomes used to them; or when at old age the senses grow unappreciative powerless. Concentrate on the immortal spirit through meditation and find there a harvest of eternal every new piece.

That was my reading thought; it might interest you since you had the quote just a little bit different than the masters version. It says in verse 12; It is not that I have never before been incarnated;  nor thou, nor these other royal ones! And never in all futurity shall any one of us not exist!
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