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At the Feet of The Mother

Amal Kiran (K D Sethna)

The offered talk on Supramental Body gives a rare glimpse at Amal-da's interpretation of this profound future development, which was predicted and described by Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, but is very difficult to grasp. The talk was recorded in 1971.
"... none can serve as a third Guru in the domain of so rare a reach of Divine Consciousness. Neither did Nolini ever claim to be such. But nobody deserved as richly as he to be a potent helper on the way... He has also figured admirably as a guardian of the Ashram by his wide reputation for deep mystical experience and a many-sided wisdom."
A 1973 essay by Amal Kiran (TEXT)
A Body of immortal knowledge and force and bliss — a visible and palpable divinity — must be assumed to be the objective of every activity of the Mother as of Sri Aurobindo, even though our mind may fumble and see nothing but a luminous haze.
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
Q: So many problems have been facing me of late. I wonder how they are to be solved happily. Mother: “The only way to a true and lasting happiness is a complete and exclusive reliance on the Divine’s Grace.” (19-10-1941)
An interview with Amalda by Anie Nunnally
Amal was born Kekushru (Kekoo) D. Sethna on November 25, 1904 in Bombay. The family were members of the Parsi community in Bombay; descendants of the Zoroastrian Persians
The Mother: Past-Present-Future
Right through the afternoon, right through the evening, an effortless joy and constant Godward intensity, a penetration into Sri Aurobindo’s being and into the Mother’s. I felt enveloped and embraced by their holy atmosphere.