Mother Meera

"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 Light. When you are open you will feel and see this clearly."


"Those who come to me for darshan receive whatever they need - knowledge does not necessarily come with the Light. When our devotion, surrender and humility grow deeper and deeper, then knowledge will come from Paramatman and will make things clearer and clearer."
~ Mother Meera



What Is Darshan?

Darshan is a Sanskrit word that means vision or seeing the Divine. It is the experience of receiving a vision, blessing, or feeling of a Divine presence through meditation, prayer, deep aspiration, or simply by sudden grace.


Darshan is deeply intimate and at the same time expansive and universal. One connects with the Divine Mother and with one's own divinity. It is seeing and being seen. It is indescribable and must be experienced.


First we kneel, bow down (pranam) in front of Mother Meera, and then she takes our head between her hands. During this time, Mother is working at the soul level, untying knots of your karma.


When she removes her hands, we look up into her eyes.

When she drops her eyes, this is the cue that the individual darshan with Mother Meera is finished.


Let Us Know

To better accommodate those who may need additional help during Darshan, we ask that you inform us in advance if you:

If any of the above circumstances apply to you, please let us know by sending an email to This will allow us to make arrangements that will enable you to receive Darshan in comfort and safety. If you are unable to sit or kneel comfortably in line but can kneel for individual Darshan, please sit in any unreserved row. When your row is called, please walk to the front of the line and proceed directly to the waiting area on stage as soon as space opens up. You may also stand on the waiting rug until you kneel in front of Mother.

Darshan Etiquette

Here are a few things good to know in advance about coming to Darshan.

    1. Please come with clean, washed hair.
    2. Dress normally and appropriately . The temperature in the Darshan hall will be on the
      cool side, so please dress accordingly.
    3. Turn off all cell phones and other communication or electronic devices before entering the building.
    4. Children under the age of 18 are not allowed to attend. They will receive Mother's blessing through their parents or guardians.
    5. No cameras or video recorders allowed in the hall. (Please note that there may be authorized personnel taking photographs and videos during Darshan.)
    6. Darshan is given is silence. Please remain silent while in the Darshan hall.
    7. Only one Darshan per person is permitted; guests are not allowed to stay for a second Darshan, even if only to sit and meditate.

If you need to change or cancel your reservation, please email us at

Darshan in Germany

Darshan is held at Schloss Schaumburg while Mother is in Germany. Beginning September 14, 2012 there will be only three days of Darshan each week: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. However, there will be two Darshans each day: at 3.00 pm Sat/Sun (Fri 3.30 pm)) and 7 pm. Guests from the United States may come for two weekends within a six-month period. Reservations are required and can only be made by phone. To make a reservation, call the Reservation office at 011-49-6436-91050 or 011-49-6436-91051. Please call 2-3 months in advance to make your reservation and call again in case there has been a change or cancellation. The phone lines are answered every day from 10 am to 5 pm (CET). Further details may be found on the full Darshan schedule, or by phoning the Reservation office.