…..We can understand because we are sahaja yogis, how the Mother Earth has acted to save those people who were sahaja yogis. So the understanding of Mother Earth about saints is very great. She knows who is a saint, She knows the feet of a saint and that’s why, you know so many things were created, like Moses, He went to the sea and the Mother Earth came up, for them to walk through. If all the Jews had walked, it would not have worked, but it was Moses and His saintliness that the Mother Earth Herself came up and helped. In the same way when Rama was building a big bridge between Lanka and India, the Mother Earth came up as a bridge. So we should not try to curse the Mother Earth for any mishaps on this Earth. If people are saintly they will be always protected by Mother Earth. She will always try to give them whatever they want.
You can see in the minute way, that supposing now, in our Cabella here, the roses are of such a big size, such a big size roses, you won’t find such big size in the whole world. But we have here, such big ones. In Pratishthan we had flowers of sunflower so big as that. One man could not lift it. Now, how is it all this is happening in particular places? Is the Mother Earth who knows who is living here, who is walking on Her back we should say, or on Her soil, because Mother Earth understands vibrations.
Now, certain places we say that are very holy. How have they discovered that these places are holy, because of magnetic forces. The magnetic forces in England I was surprised, were crossing each other at a place called Oxted where we lived. They were crossing since long, but we lived there later on. So Mother Earth also organizes and arranges things for saintly people. It’s very interesting to see how the Mother Earth guides you in a proper way. I mean, I don’t know how many instances I can give you. But we don’t understand the value of the understanding of this Mother Earth and Her loving protection for all the saints…..
(An Extract of Talk of H H Shri Mtaji Nirmala Devi on Shri Adi Shakti Puja. Cabella Ligure (Italy), 25 May 1997.)