As devotees, the pitfall is to decide that we have only so much energy—and no more. Just when I think I’ve done everything I can do, Divine Mother often says, “But there’s so much more you can do,” and then shows me that’s true.
When I was five-years-old, I was in my backyard and looking intently upward into a thick fog when all of a sudden, bursting through a gap in the fog, came a flock of pearl-white snow geese. Seeing the snow geese thrilled me deeply, and ever since I’ve wanted to immerse myself in nature.
To activate the law of success, we needed to remain open to what God was trying to teach us and attune to His will, not our personal desires.
Years ago, I discovered that one of my biggest challenges as a nurse was attachment to the person I was serving, and also to my role as a caring professional. My first awareness of this came when I found myself in tears because I was unable to be present at the childbirth of a favorite patient.
After reading what Yogananda said about Lincoln and Lindbergh, I began to do a little research.Then, one day, I felt inspired to do a more in-depth investigation.
I grew up on a farm, and my training and inclination have always been to take care of the land.
When I arrived at Ananda, everything I owned was in a backpack made out of a used gunnysack.
I always wanted to do hospice work. I felt that there was something here for me to learn.
Today there are two conflicting ideas about where all the tumultuous change in our present-day world is leading.
Healing depends on the power of the healer and the receptivity of the patient. The process of powerfully affirming health increases a person’s receptivity to the healing process.