Mother Meera

    1403588_573676296015307_1188466861_o

    Mother Meera is an embodiment of the Divine Feminine, the Divine Mother on earth.  Mother was born in 1960, in southern India. Today, she lives in a small village in Germany and travels throughout the world offering Darshan, a blessing of Light, Love and Grace.  Darshan is offered to all, free of charge, independent of spiritual beliefs or affiliations. Darshan is Mother’s gift to humanity.

    Mother Meera was born into the world to bring down the supreme Light, to transform life on earth.  She has come to purify our human consciousness so that it becomes ready to evolve – the transformation of humanity to the Divine level where time becomes eternity. This transformative work is without end. It is the work of the Divine Mother who is now embodied by Mother Meera.

    Darshan is Mother Meera’s Blessing, It is a transmission of Light, Love and Divine Grace, which Mother gives in total silence.  In Darshan, Mother bestows light upon the soul and answers individual prayers.  Literally, in Sanskrit, Darshan means ‘Seeing’ or ‘Vision’ and refers to seeing the Divine, or being in the Presence of the Divine, or a Divine being.  Darshan is given entirely free of any charge or payment of any kind.

    The whole purpose of my work is in the calling down of the Paramatman Light and in helping people. For this I came – to open your hearts to the Light. ~ Mother Meera

     

    Darshan

    Darshan Etiquettemm-meditation

    • ONE Darshan Only per person per day.
    • Please come with clean hair and bring a clean pair of socks to wear in the hall during Darshan.
    • When you come in, put your shoes under your chair together with your bag/ and jacket.
    • Darshan is given in total silence; please remain silent while in the Darshan hall.
    • Cell phones are switched off.
    • It is good to sit, meditate, and be still both before and after personal Darshan with Mother.
    • It is recommended to stay until the end of the Darshan, approximately 2 hours.
      Mother sits at the end for several minutes in deep silence.
    • For those with special needs; please let us know if you require assistance.

    Personal Darshan procedure  People will be called to Darshan row-by-row, starting from the front. There is a line in the middle aisle and a shorter line on the stage.  As soon as the stage has a place free, move from the middle aisle to the stage line.  When in line keep your eyes open, and keep moving forward as much as space allows.
    As soon as the place in front of Mother is free, move there and lower your head, so that Mother can reach your head with ease. When you kneel in front of Mother, She holds your head; this is called Pranam. When Mother lets go of your head, lift up your head and look into Mother’s eyes in silence. When Mother drops Her gaze, stand up and take the shortest route back to your seat.m-meera-may-2016

    Assistance at Darshan If it is physically difficult for you to sit or kneel in the middle aisle, you can walk directly to the stage, and if necessary, keep standing while waiting in turn for Darshan. If you cannot kneel in front of Mother, you can receive Darshan sitting on a chair; please talk to a volunteer when you come into the hall, so that you can be seated in the area designated for those with special needs.

    Persons in a wheelchair receive Darshan generally whilst in the hall and when Mother gives a ‘group blessing’ at the end.  As Mother is seated on a stage we are unable to provide facilities for an individual Darshan.

    Children are welcome to receive Mother’s Darshan. All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and they should be able to remain quiet for approx. 20 minutes.  Children are looked after by a volunteer who will stay with them and parents in the allocated Children’s area.  Children go for Darshan at the beginning of Darshan and then leave with the parent or guardian. Babies can be held by the parent and receive Darshan through the parent. Please make a separate reservation for each child and check the box to indicate the age of the child.

    Darshan is Mother Meera’s Blessing – Her benediction to humanity.  It is a transmission of Light, Love and Divine Grace, which Mother gives in total silence.  In Darshan, Mother bestows light upon the soul and answers individual prayers.  Literally, in Sanskrit, Darshan means ‘Seeing’ or ‘Vision’ and refers to seeing the Divine, or being in the Presence of the Divine, or a Divine being.  Darshan is given entirely free of any charge or payment of any kind.m-meera-2016

    Q: When we have done pranam we look into your eyes in silence. What are you doing?

    MM: “I am looking into every corner of your being. I am looking at everything within you to see where I can help, where I can give healing and power. At the same time, I am giving Light to every part of your being, I am opening every part of yourself to the Light. When you are open you will feel and see this clearly.” Mother Meera Answers 1.

    “Mother told me that Love is the only force that can really change things permanently and it is through her Divine Love that she will ultimately change us all completely.   Our job is to simply open to that Love so it can flow unrestricted and change us completely” a devotee in Moments with Mother.

    To see a video of Mother Meera giving Darshan go to: Mother Meera Ireland Facebook Page

    Live Stream

    livestream2

    Mother Meera’s blessings are available on Livestream regularly on a Friday and Sunday evening when Mother is in Schumburg.   On Friday, there is full transmission of Mother’s meditation commencing at 6pm for 40 – 50mins. On Sunday the final blessing at the end of Darshan is transmitted commencing at 7pm for 10 – 15mins.
    To watch a Livestream video with Mother Meera, please click the livestream link below and this will bring you directly to Mother Meera’s Livestream Page. You can login from this page by clicking on the follow button. Then you will receive an email when a new event is announced, and when the live video starts.12

    School in India

    Darshan in Germany

    For information about Darshan in Germany, travel information, a list of hotels, etc., please go to www.mothermeera.com Mother Meera’s official website.

    Contacting Mother Meera
    Please be aware that it is no longer possible to telephone Germany to ask questions of Mother. However, you are still welcome to write letters to Her. Although Mother does not reply you can ask for blessing or help with any situation.

    Address your letters to:

    Mother Meera
    Oberdorf 4a
    65599 Dornburg – Thalheim
    Germany

    The Mother Meera Foundation (Mutter Meera Stiftung) is a non-profit foundation to support Mother’s activities of giving free Darshan throughout the world, and running a school in her native South India in Madanapalle, Andhra Pradesh.

    Mother Meera Foundation
    Schloss Schaumburg
    65558 Balduinstein
    phone: +49 6436 91050, -91051

    Contact