Category Archives: The Mother

The “subconscient” — Mother

What does “subconscient” mean, exactly? Subconscient? It is what is half conscious, you see. And we say “sub”, because that means “below” the consciousness. It is something more obscure than the consciousness, but which, at the same time, is like … Continue reading

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The path to the psychic flame — Mother

Mother: Do you know where the aspiration comes from? Mona Sarkar: Yes, Mother, from the heart and from the psychic. Mother: Yes, my child, rather from the psychic; the true aspiration, it is from there; but first, one starts from … Continue reading

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Relations with the Divine — Mother

“A spiritual Truth and Right have convicted the good and evil of this world of imperfection or of falsehood and unveiled a supreme good…. But behind all these and in them he has felt a Divinity who is all these … Continue reading

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You can realize the Divine — Mother

I know by experience that there isn’t one being who, were it only once in his life, has had a great urge towards… it doesn’t matter how he calls it – let us say the Divine for facility of speech, … Continue reading

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Action of the Supramental Force — Mother

I asked you about your Force, or the supramental Force; what initial action is it taking now? Ah yes. Is it putting things in their places? In my experience, it is; and it has come to the point where the … Continue reading

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Giving oneself to the Divine

Sweet Mother, what is meant by “the Divine gives Himself”? The Mother: It means exactly this: that the more you give yourself the more you have the experience – it is not just a feeling or impression or sensation, it … Continue reading

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The Mother’s Playground

  For even the close partners of her thoughts Who could have walked the nearest to her ray, Worshipped the power and light they felt in her But could not match the measure of her soul.       She … Continue reading

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