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I see a mountain from my window
Standing like an ancient sage
Desireless, full of love.

So many trees and so many flowers
They plunder the mountain all the time.

Its attention is not disturbed
And when the rain pours like
Many pitchers of clouds bursting
And it fills the mountain with greenery.

The storms may come soaring,
Filling the lake with compassion
And the rivers flow running down
Towards the calling sea.

The sun will create clouds and
Wind carries on its feathery wings
The rain on to the mountain.

This is the eternal play
The mountain sees without desires.

H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Cabella, 2002

photos: Petras (Picasa)


clpatel said...

Mountain does not move. It's position is fixed but it is in watchful silence (sthitpragya).Its energy is infinitely potential that is why any body can take this energy.It is limitless silence and is an indicative of Sadashiva.The Self ( Sadashiva) is the Self a state of consciousness and Bliss. Why in Hindu religion people worship stone in the form of statues? may be to derive the silence and peace.
Jai Shri Mataji

Devarshi said...

In the 1988 Guru Puja talk in Andora the idea of the mountain and the Sage is already evoked by Shri Mataji.

sahaja said...

"...when I see the big mountains, I feel they are like great saints sitting and meditating here. But they are the only ones, who can catch the Guru principle emitted by the sea. As you know, the sea is the Guru principle. And they are so high, that they can catch the Guru principle. So despite the fact you have that gravity, you are people of very high standards. And you are beyond any temptations, any stupid ideas, or any ideas that can pervert or spoil others..."
1988-0731 Guru Puja, Ansalonga, Andorra