My Most Beautiful Dream
“If you must dream, then start by waking up” ― Robert Yeo

A quiet remembrance of peace stands
by me during my wakeful hours,
and when I fall upon night,
I crave the same dream to appear.
The dream had everything to do with the Guru ―
My Mentor.
His face within a very large picture’s frame
was young and mellow.
It possessed the feeling that light
was always there.

Half to the dream, I remember so well
his eyes; such movements in those eyes!
Amidst patient solitude, he helped me
to touch God without touching.
Did I ask for anything?
In familiar ease, I kept looking at him
with the meaning of finding my soul.
Now, a form of real worship remains with me
and says, ‘You are awake. In stronger rhythm meditate.
Unaltered, the same dream will re-appear’.

27th Feb 2009

Geeta Chhabra

My Guru (Spiritual Mentor) is Sri Sri Paramahansa Yoganandaji. He is the author of The Autobiography of a Yogi. In 1946, Yoganandaji published his life story, Autobiography of a Yogi, which has since been translated into twenty-five languages. In 1999, the book was designated one of the "100 Most Important Spiritual Books of the 20th Century" by a panel of spiritual authors convened by Philip Zaleski and Harper Collins publishers.

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