On this auspicious day of Guru Purnima, we wholeheartedly express our gratitude to Moojibaba, as we recognise the immense fortune of walking alongside such a great Master.
The word ‘Guru’ has Sanskrit origins, meaning ‘the dispeller of darkness’. Guru Purnima is a cherished celebration for various traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. It is a day of deep love and reverence, as devotees pay homage to their Guru.
We acknowledge and honour Moojibaba, whose wisdom and grace is a guiding light, pointing us beyond limitations and the sense of a journey to our true nature. Through the teachings and guidance of the Guru, we are blessed with the revelation of our innermost being. The Master wastes no time in cutting away not merely the potential but also the capacity of abiding anywhere else except in the Heart.
“What is the significance of Guru Purnima day? It is to be reminded of and be one with the inner guru, the Satguru inside our heart—the true heart of being. The Satguru is formless but appears with form only to remind us of the inner, eternal Satguru, our timeless and unborn Reality.
All that exists is only the Supreme Lord of the Universe; with form, he is known by various names but is ever the unchanging One. For those who contemplate, He is discovered as pure and formless awareness within. The true purpose and opportunity of the human experience is to discover this and find true and lasting freedom. Know that this is possible. I love you all as my own Self.”