Amma's 2010 Australia Tour
Amma's 2010 Australian Tour completed in April. Amma travels constantly throughout the world in response to the heartfelt longing of
people who seek lasting peace and harmony in their lives. Everywhere she goes, huge crowds gather to hear her speak, to experience her unique devotional singing and, above all, to receive her loving embrace (darshan) or simply to be in her presence.
There were free public programs in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Sydney that consisted of inspirational talks, music, meditation and an opportunity to
receive Amma’s unique blessing. Two retreats were also held in Melbourne and Gold Coast.
In Sydney, Amma was welcomed by Amit Dasgupta The Consul General of India and Ms Lee Rhiannon – Greens Party MP in New South Wales Upper House of Parliament who addressed the crowd present. “The spiritual strength and the beauty, the aid programs and the incredible hard work of Amma bring us all together in a beautiful show of unity, and strength. Amma intimately understands the connections between our shared environment and our social justice, Im privileged to present one of our awards, The Greens New South Wales proudly acknowledges Amma for her outstanding contributions to further humanitarian and environmental issues and on behalf of the Greens I would like you to join me in congratulating Amma for this award which I would like to now present to her. ”
Amma held two days program at Sydney Boys High School, New South Wales, with Satsang, Bhajan, Darshan and a Devi Bhavadarshan. See the photos here.
2 – 4 April 2010, Gold Coast, Australia
Amma held 3 days program in Tallebudgera Outdoor Recreation Centre, Gold Coast which included a retreat and Devi bhava. See photos here
1 April 2010, Brisbane, Australia.
Amma held a one day program in Walter Burnett Building, RNA Exhibition Grounds of Brisbane, Australia. See photos here
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