Guiding Light of The Month

Tell me, wilt Thou grant me the marvellous power to give birth to this dawn in expectant hearts, to awaken the consciousness of men to Thy sublime presence, and in this bare and sorrowful world awaken a little of Thy true Paradise? What happiness, what riches, what terrestrial powers can equal this wonderful gift! - The Mother

The Mother's music


My music liberates you from human pettiness and the narrowness of the ignorance, and it thrusts you up towards a communion with Eternity where leaps forth the flash of Light and an outburst of Ananda. My music purifies you with its waves of harmony surging up from the depths of the being like an aspiration, trying to bring forth an echo of the hidden harmonies in us which are the secret rhythms of Infinity… the fusion of all our spiritual substances into a single whole through a large and wide movement, gathering up all that is sublime and spiritual in us towards a divine exaltation and transcendence.

To better understand my music, you must be as calm as possible – calm and silent, the head empty; then the vibrations and rhythms of the harmony which is expressing itself will make an imprint of an expanding compassion and will establish peace, sweetness, the calm of perfect purity and the revelations of the eternal truth.

My music gives a power of certitude that seizes the soul.

My music brings down the unseizable secret of the divine harmonies, the miracle of eternal beauty, the irresistible magic of a universal charm that unifies and binds the worlds with rhythms that surpass our comprehension….In fact, my music enters through the sensations into the depths of the being and drives away discomforts and sufferings.

It was this that I was trying out on my body … Peace … Peace (pause). My music is like a wave of harmony which seizes you by its intensity – a sensation as if the Divine were entering into you… very calm and very pure, descending into you discreetly, very quietly.

Excerpts from Mona Sarkar (2000), The Supreme, Conversations with The Mother Recollected by Mona Sarkar, The Transformation of the Body, Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust, Pondicherry

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