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  The Mother - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mother was born Mirra (or Mira) Alfassa in Paris in 1878, of a Jewish Turkish father (Maurice, a banker), and a Jewish Egyptian mother (Mathilde Ismaloun).
The One whom we adore as the Mother is the divine Conscious Force that dominates all existence, one and yet many-sided that to follow her movement is impossible even for the quickest mind and for the freest and most vast intelligence.
Sri Aurobindo said that in the Mother he found surrender to the Divine down to physical body itself, the cells of the body (not merely the mind and emotions), the likes of which could not be found in any human being.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Mother   (5158 words)

  
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Mother Meera was born on December 26, 1960 in the village of Chandepalle in southern India.
Mother Meera is worshipped as an incarnation of the Divine Mother in India and throughout the world.
The Divine Mother is in a body, offering in this hardest of times a path of joy and transformation, a chance to open to Her blessing, to receive and work with Her light, to change ourselves and the world in which we live.
www.geocities.com /ascendedmaster/MotherMeera.html   (726 words)

  
 Mother Meera  Mother Meera is one of the most widely revered and loved of the Avatars of the Divine Mother
Mother Meera is one of the most widely revered and loved of the Avatars of the Divine Mother.
Mother Meera's real parents were the spiritual guides that she met in vision; it was from them that she received the love and help she needed.
Mother Meera is worshipped as a Divine Mother in India.
www.openyourhearts.com /mothermeera.htm   (1063 words)

  
 Kindred Spirit, Mother Meera
Mother Meera, the young Indian master, draws many thousands of people to her German home where they sit in her silent presence.
The myth is that Mother Meera is a goddess, not a human being.
Mother Meera’s story started in a village close to where she was born, some forty-two years before her birth.
www.kindredspirit.co.uk /ARTICLES/4509_mother_meera.asp   (2589 words)

  
 MMO Essays: Mother of Milk by Brenda Clews, Page 3
I won’t say that I am not embarrassed talking about being a stay-at-home mother, or that I didn’t suffer the effacement, the feminine mystique, of those who— defined by the work they do, its lack of income and status— fall outside of the dominant mode of subjectivity in our culture.
Be that as it may, there are many sides to the mother story that each of us weaves out of our own experiences and which we have just begun in our many voices to tell.
Let me close with an image of the ancient Egyptian goddess, Hathor, the ‘mother of light,’ whose milk, flowing from her abundant breasts, creates the stars of the Milky Way, among whom we are nestled on our creative, living planet of diversity...
www.mothersmovement.org /essays/bclews/BClews0404_3.htm   (848 words)

  
 Meera
Meera refused as she said that she was already married to Krishna.
Meera’s husband was a good man and allowed her to continue to worship her Krishna.
Meera’s brother-in-law (Her husband’s brother) was not happy with Meera and her worship of Krishna.
www.dalsabzi.com /books/kids_kahaani/other_stories/meera.htm   (402 words)

  
 THE MOTHER by Adilakshmi: A Testament of Devotion
Mother Meera, a beautiful young woman from India, now residing in Thalheim, Germany, is widely believed to be a direct emissary of the Divine.
Mother Meera's huge, dark eyes are so compelling and Her smile so sweet and open that many feel deeply moved simply to behold her visage.
This one page post script makes it very clear that Mother Meera is not seeking disciples nor is she offering a creed to which one must "convert." She has no interest in establishing ashrams or in being at the center of any spiritual movement.
www.hindunet.org /srh_home/1995_12/msg00290.html   (1117 words)

  
 Sri Sri Ma meets the Mother of Pondicherry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Mother looked at her for a long time with a fixed gaze as Ma looked at her with a natural poise.
Mother was distributing roasted peanuts to visitors with a spoon from a wooden container.
She offered some to Ma who said, "This little girl is the youngest of all." Mother said in English "Forever a little child." The singer-saint Dilip Roy, an inmate of Pondicherry, met Ma several times during her stay and sang before her.
www.anandamayi.org /ashram/meera.htm   (190 words)

  
 Writings
Leaving her life as wife and mother, she was "adopted" by Hilda Charlton, whose lectures were a highlight of New York spiritual life of the time.
Like my own teacher, Mother Meera, she tends to dissolve cynicism and bitterness by the sheer force of her presence, her "shakti." Sometimes it seems to me that people like Mother Meera and Ma Jaya have their greatest effect on the most skeptical.
My own teacher, Mother Meera, was similarly repudiated by her most famous disciple, Andrew Harvey.
www.soulworks.net /writings/paradigms/site_027.html   (2098 words)

  
 Andrew Harvey | Mother Meera
He became a passionate devotee of the Indian mystic Mother Meera, having met her in Pondicherry when "she was a silent and serene eighteen-year-old and I was twenty-seven." He became part of her inner circle, proselytizing world-wide on her behalf, finally helping her and her followers to found an ashram in Thalheim, Germany.
Once Harvey went public with his doubts about Mother Meera, he found himself plagued with hate calls and letters, discovered he had lost many friends who were also part of her circle.
Readers interested in Mother Meera and the various gossipy dealings of her tiny world might be swept up by this one, but anyone who has a serious interest in Eastern religions would do well to bail out far earlier than I did.
www.ralphmag.org /CA/harvey-meera.html   (1151 words)

  
 Mother Meera   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Mother Meera is known to thousands all over the world.
Meera doesn't talk for well-explained reasons, but silence is often a cover for lack of wisdom rather than an indication of enlightenment.
Visiting Mother Meera was an expensive and disappointing trip for me. She fails my test of logic and feeling.
www.spiritualteachers.org /mother_meera.htm   (322 words)

  
 In Search of the Divine Mother : The Mystery of Mother Meera Encountering a Contemporary Mystic by Martin Goodman - ...
Mother Meera was born in 1960 in a village in South India, where she was "discovered" and guided out of poverty and onto the world stage as an incarnation of the Divine Mother on earth.
Goodman visited Meera for the first time in 1991 and, as a secular writer, became an unlikely devotee, transformed by deep mystical experiences with her.
He eventually destroyed his completed manuscript on Mother Meera's orders, since she and her people apparently felt it revealed too much of her early life and common humanity.
www.allbookstores.com /book/0062515098   (478 words)

  
 MartinGoodman.Com
Goodman's spiritual link with Mother Meera, a contemporary Indian mystic who connects with her followers by means of her steady gaze and purportedly transformative touch, began long before meeting her in person.
Encountering Meera at her German base of operations, he met others there on similar pilgrimages (including eventual life partner James) and found the capability within to expose the secret, hated parts of himself to the divine light.
Gifted with the ironic eye of a novelist and the tender heart of a born seeker, Goodman manages to explode the legend surrounding Mother Meera while preserving the mystery behind her silent touch.
www.martingoodman.com /insearchofthedivinemother.htm   (616 words)

  
 Writings
Mother Meera is the self-proclaimed incarnation of the Divine Mother who was Rumi scholar Andrew Harvey's (1994) teacher until two years ago.
That Mother Meera was both the object and cause of this experience I had no doubt.
If the original "heart opening" was a longing to be joined with Mother Meera, it makes sense, at least metaphorically, that it would burst from my chest to achieve that intimacy.
www.soulworks.net /writings/essays/site_003.html   (2815 words)

  
 Remembering Mother by Meera Chowdhry
While my father was fighting to prove his masculinity, my mother was trying to save herself from the allegations of her incapability to become the mother of a son.
Once my mother was able to overcome the initial shock, she was nothing else but a mother, and as far as I can remember, I only have the fond memories of her.
My mother’s humming is still fresh in my memory — it often put me off to sleep lying on the floor next to her while she sewed on the machine.
www.boloji.com /memoirs/022.htm   (680 words)

  
 Mother Meera
Knowing that one had to kneel in front of the Mother I panicked and prayed to Her that she would make it so that I could attend AND kneel before Her.
Mother by now was seated and began receiving each person in attendance..
The lineups, people on their knees waiting their turn to go in front of Mother Meera, were long.
www.corrystuart.com /mothermeera.htm   (1005 words)

  
 PLANETLightworker
The feminine, mothering aspect of God is the unlimited energetic source, the vast still spaciousness that mates with Divine consciousness to produce everything that has form, all levels, all shapes and sizes, from atomic particles to galaxies - all are her children, and she embraces them all unconditionally with Divine Mother love.
The Divine Mother simultaneously cares for all her multitude of children, and amazingly, She is everywhere, ever present, ever serving with the connected knowing of a mother for her child.
Cherishing them like a mother cherishes her only child, he is the real hero, calmly facing any hardship in order to bring peace, happiness and liberation to the world.
www.planetlightworker.com /articles/robertfrey/article8.htm   (2362 words)

  
 At the Feet of Mother Meera
I use your invocation now: "Mother, please, your love, light, power and energy." I feel much closer to Mother, have a new pathway to her since reading your book.
I recently completed the "Art of Living" course that has been created by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, an Indian guru of some renown, and I have an experience sitting here of being in touch with the same source of awareness, for lack of a better word, that is reflected in your book.
Faces and hearts were transformed as we observed the procession of souls putting their heads into Mother's waiting fingers and opening their eyes to Hers.
www.atthefeetofmothermeera.com   (688 words)

  
 Mother Meera in America
Mother Meera, a spiritual Avatar, just completed her 2006 visit to the United States.
Mother says: “During pranam the work is on the deep aspect of the being, the soul, while darshan [looking] helps the personality and the life situation.”
Mother also says: “I have come to say that all paths are as good as each other and all lead to the Divine, and that therefore various believers should respect each other’s ways…”
mmdarshanamerica.com   (234 words)

  
 Mother Meera Darshan, Balduinstein,Germany- visit Mother Meera
She is Amma Meera or Meeramma in her native south indian Telugu, Mata Meera in north India, Mutter Meera in german, Mere Meera in french, Matka Meera in czech and polish, Madre Meera in spanish.
Mother Meera is not the same person as princess Mira, but she shares the sentiment of Bhakti, Divine Love which she emits so powerfully during Darshan.
What Mother Meera embodies though is the Divine Light, the Paramatma Light, which she has brought down, for the sake of infusing Love and Light into the physical plane, and help to transform human life on earth.
home.tiscali.de /maatrix   (641 words)

  
 Simon's World Journal : Mother Meera
Mother Meera, A 33 year old Indian woman is such a phenomenon.
Mother Meera represents the feminine aspect of God on earth.
“Mother Meera sits in silence and I said to her that silence is the ultimate initiation isn’t it?
www.myworldjournal.com /articleview.asp?id=10414   (1221 words)

  
 Toasted Cheese > Literary Journal > 3:2 > Tadpole by Jennie Kermode
Meera followed the line of her finger, almost touching the tadpoles, which twisted round to try and nibble at her.
Meera put her finger on the picture and traced the outline of the alien's head.
When Meera's mother came to collect her at lunchtime she had a long talk with the teacher, and she didn't seem pleased.
www.toasted-cheese.com /ezine/3-2/kermode.htm   (1783 words)

  
 Looking for Mother Meera
The insights drawn from my researches around the formative places of Mother Meera's upbringing in southern India will likely stay unique, since even if access is granted places and people will not be the same again.
I placed some photos of Mother Meera's birth village in the April 2006 archive of my blog, 'so you want to be a writer'.
The latest information I have for contacting Mother Meera is by letter: Mother Meera, Oberdorf 4a, 65599 Dornburg-Thalheim, Germany.
www.martingoodman.com /MotherMeera.htm   (284 words)

  
 Mother Meera Asking for Help
People ask for the Mother's help not only for themselves, friends and relatives but for their pets, too.
It is a blessing to know and feel the Mother's help and how people are freed from their suffering.
Their gratitude to the Mother is expressed in many ways.
www.mmdarshanamerica.com /mAskingforHelp.htm   (584 words)

  
 Mother Meera Darshan Guide
Shakti, the Divine Mother, has been worshipped in innumerable forms in India, most famously Durga, Kali, Lakshmi, and Saraswathy.
The choice of my heart is Mother Meera, who is well known now, but shyes away from publicity, and teaches in complete silence in a small town in Germany.
Mother Meera herself does not even have a webpage, and this page does not want to usurp one.
home.tiscali.de /maatrix/shakti.html   (710 words)

  
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Mother and her small local group of devotees have converted this former carriage and guest house into a comfortable and elegant meeting center for the 200 or so people that come for "Darshan" every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday evening.
The gentle Bah'ais are members of the world's youngest monotheistic faith, based on the teachings of a 19th Century Persian mystic whose ideas on equality, education, peace and the brotherhood of all people are very modern, especially coming from the Islamic world.
One of the highlights of our annual tours to Mother Meera and the Rhineland is the (optional) two-hour boat cruise on "Father Rhein" between St.
www.chetsnow.com /mmgroup1.html   (1009 words)

  
 Unity Woods | Newsletter
Early in the interview, before speaking directly of his relationship with Mother Meera, Harvey, the youngest person ever elected as a fellow (professor) at Oxford, stresses the importance of skepticism for the seeker.
Harvey terminated his relationship with Mother Meera, he says, because she disapproved of his homosexual relationship with his lover, Eryk.
The point of the newsletter is not actually about Mother Meera, my experience of her, or Andrew Harvey’s adventures and ideas, however.
www.unitywoods.com /archives/johns_letter/95_letter_winter.html   (1014 words)

  
 Bay Weekly: Bay Reflections/Commentary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
My mother, Mary Jane Chronister, a normally restrained person, laughed until she cried while repeating the story of Miss Lyda Virginia’s good manners to anyone who would listen.
It is Mother Meera who has taught me to value the heart’s silence.
The touch of her fingers on my head and the gaze of her eyes into mine have taught me that silence leads to vastness, not narrowness, and to inner freedom despite outer limitation.
www.bayweekly.com /year02/issueX19/reflectX19.html   (526 words)

  
 Spiritual meditation retreat journey to Mother Meera darshans Germany
In the Presence of the Divine Mother Meera
Mother Meera certainly gave me what I needed, to help me move on with love and compassion.
This is an intimate journey with a small group of 'kindred spirits' to experience the Divine Mother and her transmission of life changing energy.
www.spiritualholidays.com /pages/retreats/mother-meera.html   (266 words)

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