God s own language

29 jan 2009, Bharata Yatra

it started in coimbatore this time. amma started to speak tamil on the microphone. she used to speak tamil long long ago during the devibhava darshan in the early days, even though it was not her mother tongue. but not otherwise.
now, amma was leading the manasapuja step by step here on the mic.

when amma spoke in tamil, asking people to sit straight and close their eyes, they started clapping!

when amma spoke, she sounded like a small child – very sweet and innocent. many were crying listening to amma speak in their mother tongue. the same went on in neyveli, chennai, madurai and in kanyakumari.

i also saw a few devotees recording the manasapuja on to their cellphones. now they can do the manasapuja daily listening to amma’s voice in their mother tongue.

i am sure that amma will now extent this manasa puja into other languages – kannada, hindi, telugu, gujarati, bengali, french, german, spanish, italian and what not.

amma is love; love can speak any language

~ dhyanamrita


stop at the university

15 jan, bharata yatra 2009, ettimadai

it was not scheduled. nothing in amma’s life is scheduled. amma says that her life is like that of a river. she is just flowing the way she wants with her own undisclosed plans.

so here also the same thing happened. on the way to coimbatore, amma went straight to the swimming pool of the university. its an olympic standard pool, one of the best in south india.

the blue water reflected the western ghats.  amma walked alone to the other side of the pool, sat there on the steps. the group joined amma after few minutes. we had satsang and bhajans. when amma announced that its time to go, every one had a sigh  ‘ohhh’. because it was sooo sweet.
but amma has to start the program the next day. its getting late.

~ dhyanamrita