- Meet a Guru: Gurumayi
- But if you're somewhat familiar with India's spiritual landscape, it's easy to figure out that this “feminine, multilingual, university-educated” guru is Gurumayi Chidvilasananda — the head of the SYDA.
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- The ultra-glamorous Gurumayi Chidvilasananda (who's said by disgruntled followers to have had a cosmetic, not cosmic, nose job) advises her Siddha Yoga flock that gays are not welcome in leadership roles. With or without nose jobs, one presumes.
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- I've read every self-help book and studied with my guru Gurumayi Chidvilasananda, Master of Meditation since 1984. I work with a network of people who've been through the same things. It's helped me to not be so anxious.
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- Singing like a winner is what every emerging professional aspires to do. Yet there are so many hardships and obstacles; so much competition and heartache; so many bills to pay that more people sing like whiners than winners.
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