A Rosemont Way
Whether one takes up a practice such as yoga,
or contemplation, or meditation, or prayer,
or any other devoted activity,
the living spirit of any spiritual practice
is derived from making it your very own.
From the tiny seed of deep inner perception,
planted in the heart of one’s Self,
there unfold the priceless blossom
of the souls beauty.
The power of a Universalist heart
is to know “the One” is always everywhere.
“For the devoted heart,
What is not a vessel of divine presence?
And for a doubter,
What is not an obstacle to that awareness?
May we find that “one” in our heart,
Always, here and now my friend,
In a relaxed breath, in a light thought,
In a joyful feeling, may it ever be.
Holy, right before us.
Within You & Without You – Beatles
We see the rainbow, this eternal dance, all life,
Emanates from the love and beauty of the infinite one.
And if only we can just remember this, to “Be Here Now”.
We awaken in the one;
all thought, the universe, like a bubble pops!
A blossom fades, but beauty remains.
And there is no past, no future, it’s all a dream memory,
All that is, is One, an everlasting holy presence, now.
When at peace, we look and see no inside nor outside, no other.
Only the One, being infinite, radiant, full of bliss.
We’re all radiant blossoms of the rainbows love and beauty.
Thus truly we are blessed, Always!
This Photo links to
Paramhansa Yogananda’s Whispers from Eternity
These words of Yogananda’s,
as I remember them,
are engraved on a plaque,
near his tomb at Forest Lawns.
Here I lay at thy feet Oh Lord,
My limbs, my life, my heart and my speech.
For all things are thine.
I grieve not that I cannot give,
For nothing is mine,
All things are thine.
When I Am Only a Dream
In addition to Yoganada here are links to 2 other great Universalist Yoga Traditions
See my Vivekananda & Aurobindo Tags for more info.