So today I'm going to tell you about Adi Shakti which is a very vey ancient subject. Adi Shakti is the power of God Himself and She created this world to bring His kingdom on this earth.
You can imagine there was nothing but darkness and out of this darkness She had to create all these beautiful pictures, trees and all kinds of vegetation that She did create.
But what is the use having all these things which do not speak, do not understand? There is no manifestation with them. Of course, some of the trees and some of the flowers do receive beautiful vibrations and they grow very well but not all, some of them.
For example, I must tell you that here flowers have no fragrance. All the flowers, they have no fragrance. I've been going around to see if there were flowers of fragrance, but what they do is to grow them big.
They are very big. Much bigger than you can find them anywhere, but there is no fragrance. While in a poor country like India the flowers have tremendous fragrance. Even small flowers have tremendous fragrance.
Now what is the specialty of the fragrance in India and nowhere else. NOWHERE!! Some flowers may be having little fragrance but there is no fragrance in the flowers that are grown so beautifully, full of love and care. But lots of wild flowers also in India have got fragrance. What is the reason?
They say that the soil of India has fragrance. How can you have fragrance in the soil? But it is a fact what I'm saying, is not just a story but a fact that in India any flowers that you grow, mostly has, mostly, has fragrance.
While here that's not the case. Neither it is in any other country, you go to Norway, or you go to Germany, any other country you go, you won’t find any fragrance in the flowers. It is very shocking why there is no fragrance in flowers!
When this world was created there was no fragrance but in some areas there was, especially areas which we call as India and otherwise. It is unbelievable that here or anywhere abroad there are no flowers with fragrance.
Shri Adi Shakti Puja
Cabella 24th June 2007
(DCB September–October 2007)