Topics: Covid-19, dying alone, work, social distancing, prayer, fear, livestream, darshan, mantra, Mother’s tears, help.
MM: No no, it is not difficult. In one way, for the person who dies, it is good; in another way, it is shocking to the family, like an accident. However, the people who die have full support from God. It is good to go that quickly, good for their soul; they are not struggling.
MM: Yes, the soul is in a peaceful state.
MM: God is there, I am there, many are there – no one is alone. Doctors and nurses are there. Only the family members are not there.
MM: That is a very difficult situation. They can’t go to see them, can’t console them, can’t hold hands with them, and can’t comfort them. It is not an easy thing for people. It is a very difficult situation, a very painful situation. In these circumstances, we should learn to have patience, and to have confidence. They can pray for the person dying, pray for themselves, and pray for the whole world – pray for all three.
MM: People should understand this situation – there’s not much we can do. If people have land or a garden, they can grow some food.
This is not happening just in your country – it is in many countries. We can’t say it is affecting just one country, because it is happening in almost all countries.
For the people who don’t have a job, with whatever they have, they should cooperate with others. They can pray to God and it should go well.
MM: The government can say that they have to start opening up businesses, but people should still be careful. If you need to go to work, then you have to go out, but go out only if it is necessary.
Individually, we cannot go out; we cannot see our parents, our relatives. It is a problem to visit them. People should not go out all at once; maybe the government will create some policies so that one group can go out at a time, and another group can go out at another time. I have heard that there are some groups that are prepared to help others.
MM: Yes, they should stay at home. Only if it is necessary should they go out. Keep distance from other people, and do not hug each other or shake hands. Some people want to be at home, and for those it is easy. Some want to go out all the time – for those people it is not easy to stay at home.
MM: We should pray – more than that, we cannot do.
MM: Yes, yes. It doesn’t matter whether they know me or not – my help is going to everybody, to help them to have a peaceful life.
MM: Yes, it is natural for fear to come, but we have to control our fear. Sometimes if fear comes we can console ourselves – there is no use in having fear. Generally, we should control our minds with a strong will – we can say to ourselves “I do not want fear.” It is better not to focus on the fear; it is good to divert the mind with other activities.
MM: Yes yes, prayer can change many things. With our strong belief and strong faith we can change many things.
MM: I do not recommend a single practice. I do not say do this mantra or that mantra. In the moment, according to how we feel, we can call on God, or Mother, or the Divine; we can say “God help me.” In that moment you must feel what you want to ask, and the words will come automatically, without your thinking. If you really need help, the words will come automatically.
MM: During meditation I am there in people’s lives. I am there to console them, and to give support for whatever they need.
MM: I am sending light to everybody, individually, or in a group; the light is for everybody.
MM: Livestreamed meditation is the same as darshan.
MM: (laughing) I’m not crying. Why should I cry in front of the camera? I am not sad, I’m not upset. Water is coming from my eye, I don’t know why.
MM: I can’t say I’m with individuals all day. When you call on me, then I am there. When you need me, then I’m there.
MM: For me there is no difference. Whether they believe in me or not, it doesn’t matter.
MM: Yes, it doesn’t matter, I don’t mind. As long as they don’t cause any problem.
Orignal document by Mother Meera Foundation USA. – May 4, 2020
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