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  • Forget oneself to find oneself
    The essence of the scriptures is in its practical aspect. While dealing with others, were we able to maintain our composure? Otherwise, what is the difference between us and a tape recorder, or a book?
  • Turn your life into one big smile
    Scriptures like the Bhagavad-Gita teach us to air-condition the mind. We become adjustable to every situation.
  • Take little, give more
    Even while experiencing hunger, they thought about other’s pain. Even while experiencing pain, they were able to show compassion to other beings. This was the nature of our forefathers. In […]
  • Action, Effort & Grace
    We become receptive to divine grace through proper understanding and effort. For this 3 factors are needed
  • Krishna’s life is a commentary on Bhagavad Gita
    Sri Krishna tried many times to prevent the war. Even though he met with failure, even after the war began he only advised the path by which the war could be transformed into an austerity.
  • Guru’s intention is to destroy the ego
    Guru may not act according to the expectations and desires of the disciple. Desires and expectations arise from the ego. A true Master never nourishes the ego.

Beautiful Moments

Lokah Samashta Sukhino Bhavanthu: She had lost Herself in the bhava of the song. Her cheeks became wet…

In the Limelight

My Desire: Everyone in the world should be able to sleep without fear, at least for one night; able to eat to his fill, at least for one day.

Drawing of Amma
Teachings

Amma’s teachings began with her birth itself. She entered this world in silence, a divine gesture worthy of our contemplation.

Amma

Important Notice
We are sorry to inform you that due to the extremely heightened restrictions specified to the Mata Amritanandamayi Math as preventative measures by the Health Department — including mandatory quarantines, daily health checks, and other protocols — currently, the Ashram cannot allow anyone to enter Amritapuri Ashram. This includes Indian nationals as well as foreign-passport-holders (including OCI-holders). This includes both day visits and overnight stays. This policy is irrespective of any amount of time the individual may have been within the nation of India.

With prayers and grace, this situation will change. Until then, please feel free to check for updates.

Authorities
Mata Amritanandamayi Math
09 March 2020