Mother of All is a moving account of one of the most unusual holy women of the twentieth century. Amma, the Jillellamudi Mother, was regarded by millions of people in her native South India as an incarnation of the Divine Mother. Since the Mother's early childhood her life was marked by a series of startling miracles and a profound yet earthly teaching full of Zen-style paradoxes and relentless questioning.  Her's was an archetypal feminine spirituality which emphasized the sanctity of the world and the omnipresence of the Divine, which she called Shakti, or more simply Mother.