This week at temple I had a very inspiring encounter with a Swamiji. Swami Mukundananda came to my temple to speak and do yoga/meditation. I loved his yogasans. They made me feel more flexible and brought me one step closer to better health. The meditations helped me become more focused and at peace. Clear mind & healthy mind = a healthy & fit body. After the yoga/meditation and lectures the people were given indian food. I was blessed to sit by Swamiji. He remembered my name from when i told him earlier in the week. He asked me how I got started in Hinduism. He seem very interested in what I was saying. He seem to like the part where I said I had dreams about Brahma and Krishna. He finished eating and left before he left I waved at him and he waved back. I went and handed him a paper I wrote on my spritual journey. He seemed very happy to recieve it from me. This is a week and a expirance I will never forget. -Jai Shree Guru-
Friday, September 23, 2011
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
It has been several months since I last posted. I got so caught up in my life, and never had time to post regularly on here. I am now back and I will try to be more up-to-date on my post. Thanks for understanding.
Now to my post...
It has been an amazing journey so far. The past few months have been great. I love the Hindu Temple I go to. The people there are so wonderful and all of them (even me) are so committed/devoted to the faith. I went to festivals at the temple throughout New Year's weekend and enjoyed it immensely. I had a few Indians (India, not Native American) come up to me. Two of the ladies said I should major in Hinduism in school, since I am so passionate about the faith and one lady in particular told me the most amazing comment ever. To quote...She said: "I wish my children were as devoted as you are!", it made me smile the biggest smile ever ( :D ) !!! I had so much fun and on New Year's weekend the latest I stayed out till was like 5:00AM (at the temple of course).
~I love being Hindu sooooo much and the experiences I have will last a lifetime. I want to teach my children (when the time comes) the wonders of Hinduism. In fact, I want to become a Hindu Religious Education Teacher, and teach the future generations (children) about the glorious wonders of Hinduism!!!~
Posted by -Aashna_Namaste- at 2:19 PM