Mother Meera UK
Welcome to the United Kingdom Mother Meera Foundation website. The foundation is a charitable organisation which supports and promotes Mother Meera's activities in the UK.
- If it is your first visit to this web site then scroll down to read more about Mother Meera, Her work and Her darshan.
- If you wish to be informed of important events, such as when Mother Meera is planning a visit to the UK, then please register on our mailing list.
- If you would like to find out how to go for darshan in other countries, including at Mother's centre in Germany, then go to the darshan elsewhere page.
- If you are interested in joining a meditation group near you then go to our meditation groups page.
About Mother Meera
Mother Meera is an embodiment of the Divine Feminine, the Divine Mother on earth. Mother was born in 1960, in southern India. Today she lives in a small village in the German countryside. Here, and during her travels around the world, she gives her unique blessing of Darshan. This, the free transmission of Light, Love and Grace, is Mother’s gift to the world.
Mother Meera has no interest in conversion or in changing anyone’s faith or creed. This is simply irrelevant for her. Neither is Mother a Guru who takes disciples; She is simply a Divine Mother for everyone who turns to Her. Everyone can pray to whichever form of the Divine that inspires their faith. Mother’s work is for the whole world, for all faiths and all people, regardless of social status or ethnic origin.
The author Mark Matousek has recently written a book about Mother Meera and his experiences with her (Mother of the Unseen World: The Mystery of Mother Meera). You can read an excerpt from his book by clicking here.
The whole purpose of my work is in the calling down of the Paramatman Light and in helping people. For this I came – to open your hearts to the Light. ~ Mother Meera
You can find more about Mother Meera on this page of the main Mother Meera web site.
Darshan takes place in a hall or other venue where people gather, seated in rows. When Mother Meera enters and sits on a chair, usually on a stage or raised dais, the Darshan begins. People are called, row by row, by one of Her volunteers to wait kneeling in a short queue. When the space in front of Mother is free the person at the head of the queue moves to kneel in front of Her with their head lowered (this is known as Pranam). She takes their head lightly in Her hands and holds it for a short while. When She lets go they raise their head and look into Her eyes. After a few moments Mother lowers Her gaze and they then get up and return to their seat.
Darshan takes place in silence. At the end, when the last person has had Darshan, Mother sits for several minutes in deep silence, giving a group blessing to all those assembled in front of Her. People of any age may have Darshan, including children, and provision is made for those who are unable to kneel or climb the stairs (if there are any) onto the stage or dais.
Darshan is Mother Meera’s Blessing – Her benediction to humanity. It is a transmission of Light, Love and Divine Grace, which Mother gives in total silence. In Darshan, Mother bestows light upon the soul and answers individual prayers. Literally, in Sanskrit, Darshan means ‘Seeing’ or ‘Vision’ and refers to seeing the Divine, or being in the Presence of the Divine, or a Divine being. Darshan is given entirely free of any charge or payment of any kind.
Q: When we have done pranam we look into your eyes in silence. What are you doing?
MM: “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 the Light. When you are open you will feel and see this clearly.”
“Mother told me that Love is the only force that can really change things permanently and it is through her Divine Love that she will ultimately change us all completely. Our job is to simply open to that Love so it can flow unrestricted and change us completely”
You can find more about darshan on this page of the main Mother Meera web site.
Mother Meera’s blessings are available on Livestream on Friday and Sunday evenings when Mother is in Schaumburg. On Friday there is full transmission of Mother’s meditation, commencing at 6pm for 40 to 50 minutes. On Sunday the blessing at the end of darshan is transmitted, commencing at approximately 7pm for 10 to 15 minutes.
To watch a Livestream video with Mother Meera click the Livestream logo (or here); this will take you directly to Mother Meera’s Livestream page. You can register by clicking the "Follow" button. You will then receive an email each time a new event (i.e. meditation or blessing) is announced and also just before the live video transmission begins.