As an American yogini, I am a Sat Seeker: seeking the truth of my dharma; my true nature; the truth of my relationship to the world around me; the truth in politics, religion, and sciences; the truth of my mind. When I seek truth, what I find is Self-Realization.
...that all men are created equal...
As an American yogini, it is apparent that all beings are divinely unified on a dynamic and living planet...
I bear witness to the pulsation of Universal Consciousness conjoining us all. I see a holy person in a homeless person; angels in the outcast; beauty in all the races’ faces--a reflection of divinity in each one.
...that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights...
As an American yogini, I am empowered with the awareness of my own infinite potential and the potency of my choices.
...that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
As an American yogini, I’ve learned how to stoke the life force of prana within me and that moksha (liberation) is available within the next breath. I realize that so much suffering can be avoided when I stop pursuing personal gain, surrendering instead to the bliss of my true nature as Love.
As an American yogini, I appreciate a community that reminds me daily of my true nature and inner power. I am honored and inspired by our interdependence. I feel grateful and blessed to be an American yogini.
Namaste to you and Happy Interdependence Day!