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At the Feet of The Mother

February 13, 1914 (PM 101)

In this prayer, the Mother reveals to us the secret of making life Simple, Beautiful, Grand and Calm.

“February 13, 1914

IN the silence of an intense concentration I would unite my consciousness with Thy absolute consciousness, I would identify myself with Thee, O sovereign Lord of our being, divine Master of love, so that Thy law may become clear and perceptible to us and we may live only by it and for it.

How beautiful, grand, simple and calm everything is in the hours when my thought takes its flight to Thee and unites with Thee! And from the day it becomes possible for us to keep this supreme clear-sightedness constantly, with what an airy and yet sure step we shall walk through life above all obstacles and unhesitatingly! For, —this I know through experience — all doubt, all hesitation ceases the very moment one is conscious of Thy law; and if one perceives clearly the extreme relativity of all human action, one knows at the same time, with exactitude and precision, which action is the least relative in regard to one’s body and one’s own way of acting . . . and all obstacles really vanish as if by magic. All our efforts, O Lord, will henceforth be bent on an ever more constant realisation of this marvellous state.

May the peace of Thycertitude awaken inevery heart!”


The text above is quoted from the Second Edition Collected Works of the Mother Vol 1, 2003 (translation by Tehmi)
This book is freely available at https://www.auro-ebooks.com/prayers-and-meditations/

 

 

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