Amma's 2014 UK Visit
Monday 27 to Wednesday 29 October
Venue: Alexandra Palace, London N22 7AP
For more information please download the letter and leaflet below.
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Download the Visit Leaflet here (PDF)
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Car Pool to Alexandra Palace
Car Pooling is one of the key elements of Amma's InDeed Campaign for Nature, so why not car pool your journey to Amma's visit to Alexandra Palace, either offering a lift or requesting one. It couldn't be easier. GoCarShare have created a page especially for those going to London to see Amma with the dates and location pre-set, and this then helps you find others who are not only going exactly to Alexandra Palace, but clearly are also wanting to see Amma.
So anyone going to Amma and happy to offer a lift, and get some help with petrol money, put your details on there as soon as you can. If you want a lift then put in a request. In either case it is probably worth checking the site from time to time in case there is an offer or request you can pick up with.
Three Wonderful Days in Amma's EmbraceOctober 2013
Once again thousands of people came to Alexandra Palace to receive Amma's blessings. Dressed in a deep red sari, Amma sat throughout the night on Wednesday and Devi Bhava came to an end with Amma showering her children with flower petals to the resounding refrain of Amma Amma Taye shortly after 8am. Hour after hour, she sat welcoming and embracing the devotees with her unwavering love and compassion, wiping away tears and laughing and joking. What a privilege it is to experience the divine nectar of Amma's presence.
Amma was welcomed to London by Lord Andrew Stone, screenwriter Mr Manish Pandey (BAFTA award-winning film 'Senna') and Ms Taylor Thomson who all spoke warmly of their personal experiences of meeting Amma. They also helped to launch the latest ashram publication "Colour of the Rainbow: Compassionate Leadership" by Swami Amritaswarupananda.
A highlight which particularly entertained the crowd was the BBC's Children in Need mascot Pudsey bear making a star appearance and receiving darshan from Amma, who was also highly amused. Later that evening an interview with Amma was featured on the BBC One Show.
Several accomplished musicians played for Amma, including the acclaimed Justin Manville who wrote of his experience in the following words: "The anticipation starts to build from the moment you enter her space, Captured by a radiation of love and calmness. You're drawn closer and closer until suspended in another place by her touch, In familiar and warm stranger 'Amma'!"
We hope you managed to make it to Alexandra Palace and we would like to thank everyone who worked so hard to make the visit such a success.
Whether you chopped veg for an hour or washed up or helped in the darshan line, your dedication and hard work are really appreciated for, without you, the programme could not happen. So many people worked tirelessly not just during the programme but before and afterwards as well. For photos and report, visit the Amritapuri website.
There is no charge for darshan
Collect a numbered token per darshan. Priority is given to people who have never met Amma before. The queue that forms before each programme is for newcomers.
To join the queue please prepare to come to the programme 30 minutes/1 hour before it begins and to stay for several hours. The doors will open approximately an hour before the start of the programme.
All others can receive their token after the programme starts.
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