“The Day of Brahma” interprets the key motifs of India’s legends and myths as an epic of the evolution of humanity. The main characters of Indian mythology are revealed as personifications drawn from the depths of our psychic life. Tales and myths are retold and interpreted as a saga of the psyche’s light and dark sides.
When in the great wheel of evolution of this Universe another turnaround has to be given, when some new form, new type of life is coming forth, then the Supreme reveals Himself, embodying the type which He seeks to initiate in His Cosmos.
Sixty-four Stories Told by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
the words of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
This collection of sixty-four stories, all told to us by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, includes The Creation of Shri Ganesha, The Sanyasi and the Rain and Padmini and the Palanquin. They are tales of inspiration, guidance and humour, "The stories are there," she said, "but behind these stories, you have to see the subtle things."