Even though he spoke very rarely, Nityananda was often given to fits of ecstatic laughter and expressions of Divine joy. He would say things like “all is Grace” . . ."it's all automatic" . . . “it’s all perfect,” which is the meaning of the mudra or hand gesture he shows here . . . Perfection. It’s all perfectly “OK.”
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