Mother Meera Rochester

Darshan is a Sanskrit term for meeting or experiencing an avatar, saint, guide, teacher or a sacred place for the purpose of absorbing the divine energy being offered.

During pranam (when Mother Meera puts her hands on your head) and darshan (when Mother looks into your eyes) the action of The Light is to create a balance between worldly and spiritual life.

Darshan is freely given to anyone who wishes to receive it.  However, because
Mother Meera visits so many places and seats are limited, you must register in advance.

Mother Meera's darshan is the bestowal of love, light and grace:

"When you come into my presence or into connection with me, your development speeds up and your karma becomes less. Because of my power, you can learn more and can see more clearly and calmly so that understanding becomes easier. I give the Light to show you what you need to know. As you grow you will see your defects more clearly. This is due to the grace of the Divine."

 

I see the difficulties in your lives and the obstacles to your sadhana". 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 Light. When you are open you will feel and see this clearly. During pranam the work is on the deep aspect of the being, the soul, while darshan helps the personality and the life situation."

All spiritual traditions hold that the most powerful transmission of divine energy and divine experience comes when the mind is quiet. Mother Meera gives darshan in silence:

"I do not speak but my force changes people completely. The power of the Divine works in the silence and will change things according to your aim and what you ask for. Sometimes I can give immediately what you have requested. Sometimes it takes time."
For the mind to flower it must move beyond what it knows… People are too active and rarely sit quietly. In silence one can receive more because all one’s activities become concentrated at one point. My teaching is to give only the essence, the Divine, that which is necessary. I give exactly what is needed by each person.”
Paramatman is silent. God is silent. Everything comes out of silence. In silence, more work can be done. The true experience of bliss is without words.”