Om Namo Bhagavate

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Mother's Agenda 1951-1960
September 16, 1958

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“Really, it is a difficult time. I think that we ought to be very quiet, very quiet, very quiet. I am going to tell you my old mantra; it keeps the outer being very quiet:

OM NAMO BHAGAVATE.

These three words. For me they meant:

OM — I implore the Supreme Lord.
NAMO — Obeisance to Him.
BHAGAVATE — Make me divine.

This is a translation of it, I mean... Did you hear?

Yes, Mother.

For me that has the power to calm everything.”[1]




  1. On Education, p.447, Conversation with teachers, 14 March 1973


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