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(Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi)
APAC Retreat- Online registration Om Namah Shivaya Good news: because of high demand from devotees throughout the world, the Asia-Pacific Spiritual Retreat 2024, to be held in Singapore at the Changi Cove, will now be available online. Online participants will be able to access: •⁠ ⁠Swamiji’s satsangs (spiritual discourses) •⁠ ⁠⁠Swamiji’s guided meditations •⁠ ⁠⁠Question-and-answer sessions with Swamiji •⁠ ⁠⁠Bhajans with Swamiji Please use the attached link to register for...
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“Negativities such as excessive sleepiness, sloth, lust, anger, pride, envy, impatience and a lack of faith are obstacles to doing spiritual practices and making spiritual progress. Conquering them through penance and thus attaining spiritual fulfillment – this is the principle that Navratri conveys.” – Amma Om Namah Shivaya The Amriteswari Society warmly invites you to celebrate Navaratri with us this year from this Sunday, 15th October to next Tuesday, 24th...
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  5th July 2020 – Amritapuri – from Amma’s Guru Purnima programme Amma knows that many devotees are sad that they cannot be here today for Guru Purnima. We have to abide by the Government rules. When so many residents stay here, Amma has to ensure their safety as well. Only if we behave as model citizens will others behave properly too. Although many of you are outside the ashram,...
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  Amma’s senior-most disciple, Swami Amritaswarupananda, explains why Guru Purnima is the most sacred day in the Indian calendar. “Religious texts of all faiths present God as the embodiment of compassion, love, selflessness and other noble qualities. But is it possible to speak with God? Can that Divinity be seen, touched, felt and experienced? It can be — in and through the perfected spiritual masters. Permanently established in the state...
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5th July 2020 Today is Gurupurnima. The birthday of the Supreme Guru Vedavyasa. Vedavyasa who categorised the Vedas in a specific way. We celebrate the birthday of Bhagavan Vyasa who authored the Mahabharata, the Brahmasutra, the eighteen Puranas and so on as the day of paying homage to the lineage of Gurus. The Sadguru is the one who dispels the darkness of ignorance and showers the light of knowledge. In our life there...
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