Why do you talk of God as a man?


Question: Why do you talk of God as a man?

Shri Mataji: I’m a woman here. You should know that between God and His power there is no quarrel. His power is the Holy Ghost is a Woman, no doubt. In india we call Her as Adi Shakti, is the primordial Mother.

Like the moon and moonlight, the sun and the sunlight are not two different things. Only in human life we think like a man and a woman, like that, but do you know, the woman is the power of man. There’s no quarrel between the two.

Actually, God is just a spectator and the primordial Mother does all the job, He’s just a spectator and when He doesn’t like it, He just finishes the whole thing. He cancels. He’s the one who is watching, how the children of the Mother are going to behave.

They do not quarrel. They don’t go for divorce, nothing of the kind.

Actually this concept, never came into Christianity somehow of the Mother and it was played down very much by Mr Paul who just came into Bible somehow or the other. I don’t know why he was there and he didn’t even want to accept the immaculate conception as one of the truths. And he fought with all these disciples and he found a very good platform ready for him because he was just a officer with the Romans and he had killed also, one disciple of Christ called Steven. But he just jumped on the stage and he took over. And then even, I think, he was born as Augustine and they ruined Christianity completely. Completely! And it has reached such a horrible state, specially among protestants now, they have made a, kind of a mental, their approach, to such a limit, to say that Christ was a homosexual! Or to say that, these horrible things, that really, I don’t want to just say also.

( Source: An Extract of Talk of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi,Public Program at Perth Australia, 27th March 1991.)

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