Andrew Harvey, the author of the book Bergmann brought me, says he lit a candle before the picture of Mother Meera and looked into her eyes. The photo came to life and emitted white light. Other people had told him about this, but he experienced it for the first time.
Since I must write more about Mother Meera, I thought this makes a good starting point.
I have just spent five minutes gazing at the picture with unfocused eyes. Next door Maria was giving Twiggy (the dachshund) a noisy bath. In the hall, Charlotte was talking on the phone. Obviously I was not in a state of peace and quiet and deep meditation. Nevertheless Mother Meera’s sari began to throb and emit light.
Next time I will light a candle, gaze into her eyes and see whether I too can fill the whole room with the Mother’s light.
I am asking all my net-friends to go to Stan’s favorites, books and links [ May 2004: these pages have been discontinued], print out a Mother Meera picture and channel more light.
Well, yes. Who is Mother Meera?
On one level, a young Indian woman, now married to a German, living in some obscure place near Frankfurt, where she has recently bought a castle to accommodate more people to gather for her blessings.
On another level, I do believe she is a powerful channel for a magnificent, divine, healing and loving energy brought down through her to hasten our evolution – to open our hearts to the light.
In fact, so powerful is her purpose that she used Bergmann to make me take notice – sending someone who had actually been to her darshan, felt its effects and brought me a book – making me eager and willing to pass on the message.
Just looked it up in amazon.com. The English title of Harvey’s book is “Hidden Journey – a spiritual awakening”.
Andrew Harvey, was born in India. Could he possibly be a grandson of the late Captain Harvey, whom we knew years ago?
Of the book Iris Murdoch (a great favourite of mine) says:
“It is a wonderful book, absolutely remarkable and unique, glowing with the mystery of truth. All else apart, it is a lovely story, exiting, touching and funny.”