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At the Feet of The Mother

April 13, 1914 (PM 043)

This prayer symbolises perfect surrender leading to a vision of the Divine in everything.

Karikal, April 13, 1914

ALL conspires to prevent me from remaining a being of habits, and in this new state, in the midst of these complex and unstable circumstances, I have never so completely lived Thy immutable peace, or rather the “I” has never so completely disappeared leaving Thy divine peace to live alone. All is beautiful, harmonious and calm, all is full of Thee. Thou shinest in the dazzling sun, Thou makest Thyself felt in the sweet breeze that blows, Thou makest Thyself manifest in our hearts and livest in all beings. There is no animal, no plant that does not speak to me of Thee and Thy name is written on all I look at.

O my sweet Lord, hast Thou at last granted that I should be wholly Thine and my consciousness definitively united with Thine? What have I done to merit so glorious a happiness? Nothing more than to desire it and will it with constancy, that is very little.

But, O Lord, since now it is Thy will and not mine that lives in me, Thou canst make this happiness profitable to all and make its reason of existence the giving to the greatest possible number of beings a perception of Thee.

O may all know Thee, love Thee, serve Thee; may all receive the supreme consecration!

O Love, divine Love, spread in the world, regenerate life, enlighten the intelligence, break down the dams of egoism, dispel the obstacle of ignorance and be the resplendent Master of the earth.


The text above is quoted from the Third Edition, 1954 (translation by Rishabhchand Samsukha)
This book is freely available at https://www.auro-ebooks.com/prayers-and-meditations-1954-edition/

 

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