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At the Feet of The Mother

The Mother on Sri Aurobindo’s Room (a conversation with Mona Sarkar)

Where are you coming from?

I was in front of Sri Aurobindo’s Room.

But for what?

To concentrate and to absorb the atmosphere, Mother.

Hmm! But who gave you the permission?

I had asked you Mother, sometime back.

Oh! And did you inform Champaklal?

Yes, Mother, he said: If Mother permits, I have no objection. You can stand in front of the door.

All right. You know, one has to be very pure to be able to stand there. The atmosphere in his room is charged with an intense consciousness. One should not stand for a long time. One cannot.

Mother, I remain there for five minutes.

It is all right.

There, — there is the manifestation of the Truth. To be in front of His room is to perceive the Absolute Consciousness. He who knows how to open himself, truly open himself wide and spontaneously, will find His invariable help for everything. It is unbelievable! It is Invincible! And All- Powerful! Do not pretend. In front of Him, one has to be straightforward, scrupulously frank and sincere and one has to simply open oneself to be able to feel His Beatitude.

It is extraordinary, the power of His Reality. No one could stand and no one could bear it if He reveals Himself in His entirety. That is why I was warning you in advance. Never pretend or make a semblance that you are one of those who have the permission to stand before His room. It vibrates with His Presence. Be happy and make of your life a consecration for accomplishing His work here below. It is an exceptional opportunity. Be worthy of it and do not waste time.


What a marvel! What a Power! What Grandeur! The One who was with us, His Power and His Force still vibrate in His room. It is a place for meditation and for receiving the Vibration of the Truth which it emits. It is charged. The presence of Sri Aurobindo is palpably felt by one who is sincere. Voilà.

August 10, 1952

A conversation with the Mother, recollected by Mona Sarkar

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