Amma in New England - Summer 2014

Amma in New England - Summer 2014

Schedule of Programs

Free Morning Program  10am–approx. 3pm

8:00am: The token line opens. To ensure everyone has an equal chance of getting an early token, please refrain from forming a line until then.
8:30am: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats.
10:00am: Amma enters the hall and conducts a short meditation.
10:30am: Amma begins to embrace those who have come.
12:30pm: Lunch is served until thirty minutes after Amma leaves the hall.

About morning programs ›

Everyone is welcome

To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.

Free Evening Program  7pm–approx. 3am

5:30pm: The token line opens. To ensure everyone has an equal chance of getting an early token, please refrain from forming a line until then.
5:45pm: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats. Dinner is served and continues until Amma enters the hall.
7:10pm: One of Amma's senior disciples gives a spiritual talk.
7:30pm: Amma enters the hall.
9:45pm: Amma begins to embrace guests and dinner resumes until midnight.

About evening programs ›

Everyone is welcome

To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.

Free Devi Bhava Program  7pm

4:30pm: Volunteers begin to welcome guests for the program.
5:30pm: Tokens are handed out and guests are escorted to seats.
7:00pm: Amma enters the hall and conducts the Atma Puja, a ritual ceremony for world peace.
8:30pm: Amma begins to embrace everyone who received a token. Dinner service begins and continues until approx. midnight.

About Devi Bhava ›

Everyone is welcome

To meet Amma, you will need a token which is issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Tokens are limited, so please arrive early.

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