Mata Amritanandamayi was born in a remote coastal village in Kerala, South India in 1953. Mata Amritanandamayi is known throughout the world as Amma, or Mother, for her selfless love and compassion toward all beings. Her entire life has been dedicated to alleviating the pain of the poor, and those suffering physically and emotionally. coque iphone pas cher Throughout her life, Mata Amritanandamayi has embraced and comforted more than 34 million people. coque iphone 8 Amma inspires, uplifts, and transforms through her physical embrace, her spiritual wisdom and through her global charities, known as Embracing the World.® When asked where she gets the energy to help so many people, she answers: “Where there is true love, anything is effortless.” While Amma is widely regarded as one of India’s foremost spiritual leaders, Amma says that her religion is love. She has never asked anyone to change their religion but only to contemplate the essential principles of their own faith and to try to live accordingly. Even as a small girl, she drew attention with the many hours she spent in deep meditation on the seashore. She also composed devotional songs and could often be seen singing to the divine with heartfelt emotion. Despite her tender age, her compositions revealed remarkable depth and wisdom. When she was nine years old, her mother became ill, and Mata Amritanandamayi was withdrawn from school in order to help with household tasks and the care of her seven siblings. coque iphone pas cher As she went door-to-door gathering food scraps from neighbors for her family’s cows, she was confronted with the intense poverty and suffering that existed in her community, and in the world beyond it. Where Mata Amritanandamayi encountered people in need, she brought them food and clothing from her own home. coque iphone She was undeterred by the scolding and punishment she received from her family for doing so. Amma also began to spontaneously embrace people to comfort them in their sorrow. vente de coque iphone Responding to her affectionate care, they began to call her Amma (Mother). Amma was deeply affected by the profound suffering she witnessed. According to Hinduism, the suffering of the individual is due to his or her own karma — the results of actions performed in the past. coque iphone 7 Amma accepted this concept, but she refused to accept it as a justification for inaction. Amma contemplated the principle of karma until she revealed an even more profound truth, asking a question she continues to ask each of us today. “If it is one man’s karma to suffer, isn’t it our dharma (duty) to help ease his suffering and pain?” With this simple yet profound conviction — that each of us has a responsibility to lend a helping hand to those less fortunate — Amma moved forward with confidence in her life of service and compassionate care for all beings, uniquely expressed by the motherly embrace she offers to all who seek solace in her arms. coque iphone 8 In Amma’s community, however, it was not permissible for a 14-year-old girl to touch others, especially men. Amma explains, “In India, women are expected to remain in the background. It is said that ‘Even the walls should not hear them.’ My family could not understand my way of reaching out to people; they had no idea of the spiritual principles.” But despite adverse reactions, Amma followed her heart, later explaining, “A continuous stream of love flows from me to all of creation. This is my inborn nature. The duty of a doctor is to treat patients. In the same way, my duty is to console those who are suffering.” Amma says that love expressed is compassion, and compassion means accepting the needs and sorrows of others as one’s own.
Mother (Meera) Let Your Love Light Shine
Mother Meera has been called the “embodiment of the Divine Feminine”. coque iphone 8 Her gift to the world — free transmission of Light, Love and Grace. During her travels around the globe, she gives her unique blessing of Darshan – known as the experience of receiving a vision, blessing or feeling of a Divine presence through meditation, prayer, deep aspiration, or sudden grace. coque iphone x Born in South India on December 26, 1960, she had her first Samadhi (a state of total spiritual absorption) by the age of 6 and continued on her path to help the world achieve enlightenment from that day forward. Meera does this by giving back to the world as a spiritual healer, saying: “I bring down the Light and establish Peace, also I help the people to surrender to the Divine, to remember the Divine and to be faithful and sincere to their religion or to their belief.” Her mission is to purify the consciousness of the earth so it can be ready for transformation, calling down to earth as much heavenly light as possible. So that “Divine Life and Will can become manifested on earth.” She receives no monetary payment for her services. coque iphone 7 She’s working on a deeper soul level. coque iphone x When asked about her purpose in life, she answered: “It is to help humans and to make them happy, peaceful, contented, harmonious, and loving. Happiness and spiritual growth are connected. coque iphone 7 Being peaceful and being happy form the most important foundation of spiritual practice.” Thousands flock to her to receive the Darshan. Visitors sit, meditate and pray until they are called on to meet with her one on one, where she will look deep into their eyes, hold their head for a bit (a technique referred to as Pranam) focus in on what ails them spiritually, then release them, their issues now blessed and corrected with permeating light. She says she is “looking into every corner of your being… everything within you to see where I can help, where I can give healing power… opening every part of yourself to the light.” During these Darshans, she examines the spiritual life lines that run vertically through each of us. These lines are where the ‘karmic knots’ can get tangled and problems arise in one’s life. She states: “It is very delicate work and great care has to be taken to undo the knots, as there is danger for your life if the thread is broken. When I hold your head I am untying these knots. I am also removing other kinds of obstacles to your sadhana (spiritual practice and self-discipline). When I touch your head, the Light moves upwards in the white line. It indicates, like a meter, the development of our sadhana.” She is described as a ‘realized human being’, meaning that in her time on earth she has connected with her greater purpose and the Divine spirit and Light. coque iphone x Her belief and life’s work fosters unity of all religions and her blessings are for all affiliations, stating: “For this I came – to open your hearts to the light.” Mother Meera is based out of Schaumburg, Germany but does tour other countries, as well.