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About Darshan

The word darshan is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘drish’ for ‘seeing’. In Hinduism it means seeing the Divine or a particular form of the Divine, or being in it’s presence. This can relate to a murti – a statue – in a temple, in which there is a divine presence, or to a holy …

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Children’s meditation

Mother Meera is holding special programs for children every Saturday  and Sunday, when She is in Germany at Schloss Schaumburg.  For the times, check our Online-Calendar>. Children from an age where they can be without parents for an hour to 12 years are invited to attend. You can make a reservation for your child through …

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Darshan Etiquette

Mother Meera recommends that you will sit before and after your personal Darshan in silence – go deep within, meditate, remember a Divine name (doing Japa). Do not leave the hall immediately, but stay for the whole period of Darshan if possible. The Darshan may take about 1 1/2  to 2 hours. Please do not …

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Who is Mother Meera?

Mother Meera is a spirtual personality, who is not a teacher in the conventional sense. She is an embodiment of the Divine Feminine, the Divine Mother on earth.  She is not a Guru who takes disciples. No religion, no organization In fact there is no organization around her anyone could join. She is simply a …

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Darshan Schloss Schaumburg

Darshan takes place at Mother Meera’s Darshan Hall at the foot of Schloss Schaumburg (see map), which is situated in the village of Balduinstein, 10 km south-west of the medieval city of Limburg, overlooking the picturesque Lahn River valley. Mother Meera gives Darshan every  Saturday, and Sunday in Schaumburg, Germany.  Beginning times of the Darshan …

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What is Darshan?

The Darshan event with Mother Meera follows a precise structure, original to her work and exactly suited to allow the transmission of the Light she brings down upon the earth. For a little moment, while she touches our temples, she is working on something that might be described as the ‘wiring’ of the soul. In …

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The Divine Mother

The Mother – not a Guru Mother Meera is a spiritual personality, a mystic, a saint, who does not conform to the conventional model of a Guru, or spiritual, enlightened master, surrounded by disciples. There are no advanced courses, no secret initiations, no hierarchy of disciples, no promises of enlightenment. She does not represent an …

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The new Light

Mother Meera brings a new Light into the world. This is what she was born to do and the transmission of this Light to human beings is what she calls her ‘work’, her job. Mother makes no claim to be the only bringer of this Light, for other Divine entities are always helping. Nor does …

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Meditation & Japa

Mother Meera has said that it is good to meditate every day and that the best thing of all is to practise Japa – prayerful repetition of one of the names God. There are a multitude of techniques and they can be very complex as, for example, the visualizations of Hindu and Tibetan tantra. Nevertheless, …

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Mother’s role

Mother Meera is an embodiment, an Avatara of the Divine Feminine, the Divine Mother on Earth, a force of Love in action come to earth to prepare humanity’s consciousness for a great leap. The Purpose of Avatarhood In many traditions of Eastern spirituality it is believed that in their innermost nature all beings are essentially …

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