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Celebrating the Divine Feminine: A Glimpse of my Encounter with a Modern Female Buddha

In a world that often seems driven by self-interest and material gain, it can be truly inspiring to encounter individuals who dedicate their lives to serving others. Our beloved Guru Maa is one such individual, whose tireless work with women facing domestic violence and economic hardship has had a transformative impact on the lives of countless individuals. Through her example, we can explore the motivations and rewards of a life dedicated to service, and gain a deeper understanding of the transformative power of love and compassion. Let us as we explore the questions that arise from her actions and seek to better understand the impact of her work on the world.

  1. What motivates the spiritual guru to spend all her time helping others?

  2. How does the guru's work with women facing domestic violence and economic hardship benefit both the individuals she serves and society as a whole?

  3. What kind of personal fulfillment and sense of purpose does the guru gain from her work with others?

  4. How does the guru's commitment to serving others align with her spiritual beliefs and understanding of the interconnectedness of all beings?

  5. In what ways does the guru's work help to create positive change in the world, and what kind of impact does she have on the lives of those she serves?

  6. What does the guru's actions tell us about the nature of love and compassion, and how do these qualities play a role in her spiritual practice and understanding of the universe?

  7. How does the guru's dedication to helping others set an example for future generations, and what kind of legacy does she leave behind through her work?

The guru's divine grace and mentality are rooted in the Bhagavad Gita's teachings on devotion and service. Her state of mind is best described by the following slokas:

"In giving, one receives; in serving, one is served; and in forgiving, one is forgiven."

(Gita 11:8)

"The wise see the same in all creatures and see themselves in all creatures."

(Gita 6:32)

  • My guru's mentality is rooted in deep compassion and love for all beings, as well as a strong sense of duty and service to others. Despite facing numerous challenges, including caring for her own family and grandchildren, she devotes all her time to helping others and serving as a beacon of hope and support.