Events, Meetings, Satsangs & Bhajans Calendar
Amma says "to gain concentrati on in this age of materialism, bhajan is easier than meditation. By loud singing, other distracting sounds will be overcome and concentration will be achieved. Bhajan, concentration and meditation, this is the progression. In fact, constant remembrance of God is meditation. Children, bhajan sung with one-pointedness will benefit the singer, the listener and also Mother Nature. Such songs will awaken the listeners minds in due course.
If bhajan is sung without concentration, it is a waste of energy. Bhajan is a spiritual discipline aimed at concentrating the mind on one's Beloved Deity. Through that one-pointedness, one can merge in the Divine Being and experience the Bliss of one's True Self. It does not matter whether one believes in Krishna or Christ, Mother Kali or Mother Mary; a formless God or even a flame, a mountain or an ideal such as world peace can be meditated upon while singing. By letting the mind expand in the sound of the divine chanting, each one can enjoy the peace born of one's inherent divinity."
If you live in the London area and would like to host one of the monthly Sahasranama chantings, preceded by bhajan practice, please contact Yamunah to arrange.
Study Group for Amma's Teachings Join a new study group — The Ammateurs — to study Amma's teachings in more depth. Meetings will be virtual at least to begin with and the first task is to research the Remover of Obstacles (clues in the UK Satsang Bhajan Book -- see next item!). Contact Tony at email@example.com for more information.
Visit Feedback Meetings Come and Share your Experiences of Amma! Personal experiences and feedback on the running of the programme are both welcome. It's an opportunity to make contact with devotees and find out what happens during the year. Everyone welcome. Satsangs include chanting, singing and meditation. See the Satsang Meetings list below for a meeting near you.
Satsang Meetings and Events Satsang meetings generally include some or all of the following: Guru Stotram, 108 names of Amma, Sri Lalita Sahasranama Stotram (1000 Names), Mahisasuramardini Stotram; Reading & Meditation; Bhajans, Arati and a Prasad/Potluck dinner. For more information, please contact the satsang leader.
Call to Host Satsangs in London Area There are plans to hold monthly house satsangs in and around London, in addition to the regular monthly satsangs at East Ham, Villa Devi and Sunningdale. These will be held in devpotees' houses and will typically last about three hours and comprise of group chanting of Amma's 108 names, Sri Lalitha Sahasranama archana and Mahishasura mardini stotram, followed by bhajans and meditation. If you are interested in hosting a house satsang or would like more information about what is involved, please contact Sandeep Narayan firstname.lastname@example.org 07983 39 7372.
Amma's UK Embrace provides opportunities to request prayers for our loved ones and ourselves and to pray for the healing of our brother and sisters. This group prayer link up will be to ask Amma to hold people in her heart and embrace them. The group prayer will take place every Thursday night at 8:30pm for 10 minutes within your home. Everyone is welcome and people to pray for will be listed on the London Bhajans Eweekly. To subscribe to this please contact Kuldeep email@example.com. To request prayers for yourself or loved ones, please email Shakti firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to add someone other than yourself please ask their permission first.
If you would like to receive a weekly Bhajan Reminder for the London area by email , which includes weekly programme times and location address, along with potential carpooling locations/contacts, please contact Shakti email@example.com.
Satsang meetings generally include some or all of the following: Guru Stotram, 108 names of Amma, Sri Lalita Sahasranama Stotram (1000 Names), Mahisasuramardini Stotram; Reading & Meditation; Bhajans, Arati and a Prasad/Potluck dinner. For more information, please contact the satsang leader.
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