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At the Feet of The Mother

Amal Kiran

The Mother: Past-Present-Future
Heart-broken and utterly depressed I came to You, my dearest Mother, feeling lost and forlorn. ... “Is this a defeat of the Divine?” I asked. “Why did you leave Your body when all along we were expecting its transformation? ... You were the heart of my heart, my sole guide and protector.”
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
Last night Amal told me that you had spoken of “a permanent home of Sri Aurobindo in the subtle-physical”. At once my mind went back to a dream in last September. This is how it ran:
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
The Supermind was established in Sri Aurobindo but it had not transformed his body. To put it precisely, he did not have a supramentalised body and that is why he could undergo death.
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
Only one country in the world knows that there is only one Truth to which everything should be turned, and that country is India.... India is the cradle of the Truth and will lead the world to it. But she has to realise her role, and then she will find her real place in the world.
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
One must cling to the Divine within. All these things — harmony in the collective and so on — they are all right, but it is to the Divine within that you have to cling.
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
The Mother was not well for some time in early 1962. But she kept on working. She even came to the Balcony now and again to give the morning Darshan as usual. But the 18th of March was the last day. After that, she fell seriously ill and did not come down from her room on the second floor.
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
There were several dreams of the Mother between September 29 and November 17 but their impression was not strong and they have now faded from my memory. But the short one I had on the night of the day which was the Mother’s last in her body has stuck in my mind ineffaceably.
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
I had a dream. I found myself living in the house where I had spent the first 10 years of my stay in the Ashram. [...] Sri Aurobindo had lived there for 9 years, and when I arrived in Pondicherry Purani had his quarters there. Now in my dream I was again a resident of that room. ...