The main character shares one of his interesting encounters with Mother Amma.
I had just left my cave and begin to go for a walk and there was Mother standing in the middle of the path. In shock I blurted out, “what are you doing here?” She blurted back, “where do you think you are going and she told me to get back into the cave and get focused.” She literally chased me into the cave. I was surprised but was thinking I guess she knows what I need better than I do. When we got into the cave she started rolling on the ground and laughing so hard. She was having fun giving me grief. I was soon on the ground with her howling at the trick she had played on me. We laughed in waves of energy and it filled us both with such joy. Mother said, “You have been taking all of this sitting too seriously. I thought I better get up here and give you a hand. You needed a good laugh and I knew I could bring that to you.”
I asked if she was traveling nearby. She said casually “not really, but I can go anywhere I want to.” Then she was gone. I laughed for a while longer and then went back outside. As I turned the corner this time I saw a huge boulder now in the middle of the path. The way I see it she came to save my life also. I stood there in awe of her and in deep thanksgiving that the universe kept looking out for me.
That the universe looks out for us is something I know to be true. Presently I am exploring how to keep the flow of the universe happening. Sometimes it seems I get in the way of things, not intending to, but out of old patterns. Do you every get in your own way or block what you want? I suspect we all do that at times? Opening is the challenge when you are not sure how you are in the way.