Mother Meera, an incarnation of the Divine Mother, was born in South India on December 26, 1960. She lives in a small village in Germany and travels throughout the world offering Darshan, a silent blessing of light and love, free of charge. She welcomes people of all beliefs, from all walks of life. Silent yet profound, Mother’s message is gentle and powerful: “If you need my help, I will help you.”
Embodiment of the Divine Mother
Mother Meera was born on December 26, 1960 in the village of Chandepally in southern India. She soon showed herself to be an unusual child: by the age of three She would report “going to various lights.” Her parents treated Her as an exceptional child and loved Her very much. Her family was not especially religious and She was not brought up in any tradition. Her real parents were the spiritual guides that She met in her visions; it was from these that she received the love and help she needed. The state of samadhi was constant for her. Under the auspices of her uncle, Bulgur Venkat Reddy, she lived for some time in Pondicherry where Her extraordinary presence attracted considerable attention.
In 1982 she was married to a German man, who stays with the Mother in in Thalheim, a quiet village in Germany. Although she has not sought publicity, thousands of people from all over the world come to receive her darshan, her silent bestowal of grace and light through Her gaze and touch. Mother Meera is worshipped as an embodiment of the Divine Mother, worldwide.
The unique gift of Mother Meera to the world is to make available for the first time in the history of the Earth the radical transformative Light of Paramatman, the Supreme Being. In this time of crisis and growing spiritual hunger, the Mother offers everyone a direct transmission of Light that dissolves all barriers and changes the entire being. This Light can be received by all who are open, whether or not they have met Mother in the body.
No sacred text lays down rules to regulate the lives of the great, prescribing the habits and attitudes that they must adopt. They themselves know the path they must tread; their wisdom regulates and makes their acts holy. Self-reliance, beneficial activity — these two are their special marks.
Mother Meera, who chooses to live in Germany, asserts that she is an Avatar of Shakti: “As an Avatar,” she says, “I have no special path, but come to give grace and power to those on all paths. … People from all faiths can receive help from me.”
A Divine Presence
“The Divine Mother has always been worshipped as the sustaining soul and force of the universe. Although some of the faces she wears are well known – Kali, the Virgin Mary, Isis, for example – many of her embodied forms have chosen to work quietly in the world. In turbulent times such as these, several incarnations of the Divine Mother move among us, each with her particular task of healing or protection, or transformation. One of the most widely revered and loved of these Avatars of the Divine Mother is Mother Meera.” (Answers)
Mother Meera declares to us that mankind is about to experience a great acceleration in consciousness. Says she:
The consciousness of mankind is being prepared for great leaps and discoveries in a gentle way wherever possible. … God is giving man a great chance. Many divine persons are here. We are showing man a way out; we are offering him the divine Light, the divine Knowledge. We are bringing down into the consciousness of the Earth the divine Consciousness. Now man must choose. Man is free; God will not force his children to do anything. He wants their free love. Mercy and love are always there. (3)
Are these “many divine persons” the same as the “many spiritually advanced souls” whom Swami says are “here today, full of understanding [who] all have a part to play in helping humanity”? (4)
Intriguingly, Mother Meera reveals that many Avatars of the Mother (Shakti or the Holy Spirit ) have incarnated on the planet today.
Q: Are there other incarnations of the Divine Mother on Earth at this time?
MM: Yes, many. Some will be known, others wish to remain secret. The work of each is different. Each expresses a different aspect of the Divine Mother. My scope is very broad and more integral. I help people at all stages of life.
Mother Meera declares her work unstoppable.
Nothing can and nothing will interfere with my work. If the whole world came to me, my work would not be interrupted or deflected for a moment. I am working on all planes. I am working everywhere. This Earth is only one of the planes where I am working. How could anything disturb my work?
Great changes take time. They have to be worked for, aspired [to]. Man has to do a great labour; God will not do everything. When people become conscious of the presence of the Light, the transformation can go faster. It is working anyway, but few people are conscious. More will be conscious soon, many more, and then the work can be done with greater efficiency. But, in the meantime, enjoy the Light. It is here; let it change you. The transformation will come in its own time … It will take time and go slowly. Its foundations have to be made firm.
Nothing must be avoided. Those who love me will work with everything in the world all the darkness and all the difficulties. Do people imagine I do not work, or that the realized man does not work? Divine work is the hardest work, and it is without end. I am asking people to take on the whole difficulty of matter and of reality. I have come in a body to show this is possible … I have not come only to be a refuge; I have also come to give joy and strength necessary for change.
Mother Meera highlights the amount of work that will be necessary to benefit from the “evolutionary leap” that is coming.
Man must work for [the evolutionary leap], must hunger to change, must desire this leap for it to happen. Aspiration and work are everything… Pray to Him that there should be peace. Bring down Light into your life so that you can do His work of peace in the world. Understand that the pain of the world will only be healed when the world is transformed in God, and work with all your heart and being that this should be accomplished. Do not be distracted by anything from this work.
God created normal human beings, not imperfect ones. But he gives mankind permission to do as it will … God gives us the chance to use our intellect for harmony; if we misuse them for destructive purposes, God gives us the opportunity to change. God will allow us to continue in this way until the situation becomes critical. Then he will stop what we try to do will not work. The Divine will intervene, but not in a destructive way. Divine grace is always operating, but in a crisis the degree of divine intervention is much greater.
Question: When we have your darshan we do pranam (bow down) in front of you and you take our heads between your hands, what are you doing?
Mother Meera: On the back of the human being is a white line that runs from the toes to the head. In fact, two lines start from the toes, rise along the legs, join at the base of the spine and then become a single line reaching to the top of the head. This line is thinner than a hair, and has some knots in it here and there, which divine personalities help to undo. It is very delicate work and great care has to be taken to undo the knots, as there is danger for your life if the thread is broken. When I hold your head I am untying these knots. I am also removing other obstacles to your sadhana, (your spiritual practice).
Question: When we have done pranam, we look into your eyes in silence (darshan). What are you doing?
Mother Meera: I am looking into every corner of your being. I am looking at everything within you to see where I can help, where I can give healing and power. At the same time, I am giving Light to every part of your being. I am opening every part of yourself to Light. When you are open you will feel and see this clearly.
Question: What do you see when you look into people’s eyes during darshan?
Mother Meera: I see the difficulties in their lives and the obstacles to their sadhana.
Question: How does the work that you do during pranam differ from that during darshan ?
Mother Meera: The work of each is different. During pranam, the work is on the deep aspect of the being, the soul, while darshan helps the personality and the life situation.
Darshan in Germany
When Mother Meera is not traveling, at all other times she will give Darshan in Germany at the residence the castle (Schloss) called Schaumburg, in Balduinstein, not far from the Black Forest region of Germany.
Address for Darshan
65558 Balduinstein, Germany
What is Darshan?
The Darshan event with Mother Meera follows a precise structure, original to her work and exactly suited to allow the transmission of the Light she brings down upon the earth. For a little moment, while she touches our temples, she is working on something that might be described as the ‘wiring’ of the soul. More
Mother on Tour
Mother Meera is regularly traveling to give Darshan in different countries. Please refer to our calendar to see Mother’s schedule. You can also check this Mother-on-tour page. for details. Darshans can be booked through our reservation system.
Since January 2016 Mother Meera conducts a Meditation with Mother on Fridays, whenever she is in Germany – see calendar, and will last about 30 minutes. Mother will sit in silence together with the whole group, while everybody receives the blessing remaining seated. Mother will continue to give individual Darshans, where she also gives a special blessing towards the end. These Meditations with Mother will be fully transmitted via Livestream. How to watch Mother Meera on Livestream
Meeting Mother Meera
In order to meet Mother Meera you can book a Darshan. See the dates in the calendar. Darshan is the bestowal of Love, Light and Grace by Mother. It is free of charge, but reservation is necessary. Our on-line booking system allows you to book a Darshan, add friends to your booking, or cancel again. You need to be a registered user, see the help below. Book Darshan Now
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