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To The Kundalinithe Mother Of The Universe In Kundalini, The Mother Of The Universe

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Kundalini, The Mother of the Universe, by Rishi Singh Gherwal, [1930]   Thou hung the Heavens in empty space, And holds the earth in its place, Thou made and lighted up the sun To stay and shine this earth upon.   Thy power transcendent, since their birth Asunder holds the heaven and earth, As chariot wheels are kept apart By axles made thru workman's art.   In Shakti, who with thee can vie, Thou fills the earth, the air, the sky; Thy presence, unperceived, extends Beyond the world's remotest ends.   A million earths, if such there be, A million skies fall short of thee; A billion suns can not out shine The effulgence of thy light divine.   The worlds, which mortals boundless deem To thee but as a handfull seem. Mother, Thou art without a peer. On earth, or in yonder heavenly sphere.   Thee, God, such matchless powers adorn That thou without a foe was born. Thou art the Lord of Lords, Adored by Men—revered by Gods.   The circling times which wear away, All else, to thee can not decay; Thou shinest on in youthful force, While countless Yugas run their course.   Unvexed by cares, or fears, or strife, In bliss serene flow on thy life, With faith we claim thine aid divine, As thou art Mother, and we are thine. An old Hindu prayer. The metrical translation from the Sanskrit writers, by Mr. J. Muir, with modifications by author. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My sincere thanks to every author and publisher, here quoted in my book and I also want to add my thanks to Irene Ward, Grace Curtis and Clare McKinney for their unceasing efforts to help me bring it out in three weeks. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If all great men were good and all good men would write a book this world would be made better by their activities. Rishi Gherwal's books are observations of nature and nature is God's "Master-piece". They are historical records of true facts of the Hindu books on philosophy, and are like a visit to that old ancient Temple of Mathra. His manner of teaching and writing inspires us with the knowledge of ourselves, to be the same as the Universal Brotherhood—, Self of the Universe, with God's poise and sense of mastery. His books give us the blessed assurance that we no longer need to travel to get wisdom. Study TRUTH and absorb its teachings, and the world will come to you, as it has to him. May Peace be Unto him, together with a benediction of love, with our blessings. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Ward.

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1 Cary W = "This is such beautiful praise and prose for the Creator Mother of the entire cosmos.  When we consider the glory of Earth is in the midst of a mostly lifeless universe, then consider nature, animal and man.  How can be not be full of praise and poetic words of gratitude for the miracle of life."
2 Cary W = "With faith we claim thine aid divine!  That is the state of mind we must secure.  We did not create these heavens and earths; there is One Who did fashion all things.We are given, as Sons and Daughters of the Most High, the gift of our Creator to create, to fashion our own inner and outer world with the base metals of existence.  The final question asked of us will be: "So what did you do with all the experiences and opportunities that came your way?""
3 Cary W = "This is so very true.  As we acquire wisdom, we become light magnets for more insight, adventure, inventiveness and creative expression."