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Jasmini Ananda Yogini

FISU´s - Yogini & Spiritual Leader - Jasmini Ananda

JasminilargeJasmini Ananda was born on the carnival island of Trinidad, a tropical paradise in the West Indies. She is the mother of two grown up daughters from a previous marriage, but in a spiritual sense has children all over the world and is often referred to as Mother.

From a very young age Jasmini was always seeking and questioning other religions and philosophies, and after a long search for a higher love and truth she learnt to meditate in 1978 under Gururaj Ananda Yogi - The Greatest Spiritual Master of the 20th century.

From the moment she first made eye contact with Gururaj, an exchange of spiritual electricity touched her heart deeply. Gururaj gave a Satsang/Lecture about love, after which she realised that this was the correct path to follow. Jasmini knew in her heart that there had been nothing that touched the core of her being so profoundly. The personal benefits she derived from meditating transformed her life so incredibly that she knew she could not go through her life without passing on to others these profound truths and realisations. Two years later she became a teacher and eventually a prime disciple of Gururaj.

She always prayed to God to send her someone to love and for someone to share the path with her, and her prayers were truly answered when she met Rajesh in 1979 and introduced him to meditation. This unity of two hearts entwined to become one love, and became a major force and support system through which Rajesh and Jasmini would help Gururaj lay a firm foundation for his teachings in the UK and internationally. As the couple unfolded, their love for each other began its own journey of unfoldment.

The name Jasmini means “The most beautiful flower in the world” - a name given to her by Gururaj, a true reflection of the depth of beauty and love that emanates from her. As her spiritual path unfolded, great realisation dawned and it soon became apparent that her life had a greater purpose and mission.

It is clear for those with eyes that can see that she has become a true Yogini (female yogi). Many have witnessed her Satsangs/Lectures and have seen her transcend the ordinary mundane levels of the mind, allowing these powerful energies to speak through her, sometimes sending shivers down the spine of the observer. Other times she will speak in silence, pouring her love and the most profound wisdom to all. These few adjectives describe her well, but words fail when you look into her eyes and glimpse the depth of her love, as she is like a powerhouse emanating love all the time. Her face has timelessness about it, aglow with love, laughter, wisdom and strength combined with serenity, which caress her features. That warmth brings comfort to so many!

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Jasmini has a remarkable one-pointedness and devotion, and through these qualities has enabled the teachings of Gururaj Ananda Yogi to go forward, touching and transforming the lives of thousands of people now and for future generations to come.

Gururaj knew that after his physical passing his teachings would not succeed if there were no living examples to convey his message in total realisation and purity.

Jasmini and Rajesh became living examples showing that all that Gururaj taught could be achieved in this lifetime, and so with all three hearts merged as one, the mission to serve humanity continues now under the spiritual guidance of Guru Rajesh Ananda and Jasmini Ananda Yogini.

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    Loneliness is a mental state and is not the same as being alone.

    Even if you are in a crowd of people, you can still feel lonely, but you are not alone as you are in a crowded room. What you are experiencing is separation, which can be an imbalance between introversion and extroversion.

    There are different forms of loneliness from missing a partner, difficulty with friends or social circles because you do not have a partner or “I’m different”, so I do not fit in or something along these lines.

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    Our society tells us that happiness is being rich monetarily, to own luxurious possessions, and is based on material accumulation or wealth but we know that neither of these can give us permanent happiness.

    Through loneliness, why do we feel separate from others or society – it could be that we have lost touch with others because of our past experiences and our hurts, disappointments or insecurities.

    Furthermore, the reality is that we have lost communication with who we are. Lonely people often wrongly assume they have nothing to contribute, their opinions do not count, and they have nothing to share. Of course, this is so wrong and is just because of insecurity.

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    Did you know that meditators can easily deflect negative thoughts and emotions because their minds have greater strength - an attribute of spiritual unfoldment.
    When we feel unhappy with ourselves and feel a failure or negative things are happening to us or around us, we shun good things by default.

    Once we feel sorry for ourselves, lose our confidence, or feel self-critical, we find it hard to associate with anything good or positive. Our negative thoughts attract more negative situations, and that’s why a succession of adverse events occur as we have attracted them.

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    If we are caught in this scenario, let’s remind ourselves of all that’s good in our lives, bring it to the fore of our mind, and if those negative thoughts or emotions arise in our head, try to observe them objectively not giving them the attention they demand.

    Through meditation, we can deflect negative thoughts and emotions with ease from our minds – push them away. Over a period of meditation, those thoughts will be naturally refined and will become less bothersome.

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