A few hours after the Mother left her physical body on 17 November 1973 at 7.25 p.m. Nolini Kanta Gupta had issued two statements. We take this opportunity of sharing them with you today on the occasion of the Mother’s Mahasamadhi Day.
“The Mother’s body belonged to the old creation. It was meant to be the pedestal of the New Body. It served its purpose well. The New Body will come.
This is a test, how far we are faithful to Her, true to Her Consciousness.
The revival of the body would have meant revival of the old troubles in the body. The body troubles were eliminated so far as could be done while in the body—farther was not possible. For a new mutation, a new procedure was needed. “Death” was the first stage in that process.”
Your physical body belonged to the old creation because you wanted to be one with your children. You wanted this body to uphold the New Body you were building upon it, and it gave you the service you asked of it. You will come with your New Body.
Your children’s, the world’s call and aspiration, love and consecration are laid at your feet in gratitude.”
With warm regards,
9 Replies to “Nolini Kanta Gupta’s Message for 17 November 1973”
Thanks alot for sharing a rare thought on this auspicious day.
Kindly send me the url to the vedios of Sri Aurobindo’s MAhasamadhi and also photographs of the The Mother’s Mahasamadhi.
Thank you very much, for bringing up this quotation on this day.
It’s very perceptive of you to have put these significant quotes. To be faithful to her–that is the only thing which will make us live in her. Let us aspire collectively that we do live in her. The clouds are dark, but this sun can shine through them.
Thank you very much for your kindness
Thank you very much for sharing such a wonderful quotation. Thanks you once again sir. OM NAMO BAGAVATHEY
A beautiful gift you sent n d MAHASAMADHI DAY. Thanks a lot. Regards. Prabhjot.
Thank you so much for sharing such precious words.
Thanks a lot for sharing such beautiful message.
‘OM NAMO BHAGAVATHEY VASUDEVAYA’
Thank you for sharing such valuable thoughts of the Mother’s Mahasamashi Day. Regards,