Gurumatha Amma’s Kabba Poetry – Oh, trust worthy one! You are the proof for your love.

O trust worthy one! You are the proof for your love. Involve effortlessly in the situations as an alert person. O cheerful one! Your title, praise and progress with become famous by itself. You are an expert, run away from the enclosure of temptations. O pramanikane ! Ninna premakke pramanya neene Praagnanagi prameyagallali prayasavillade prasakthisabeku[…]

Amma’s Q&A: “Should a religious person pray?”

Q: Should a religious person pray? A: There are two categories of people. The first refers to religious people, those who know the beauty of that which is, that which is existential, who lives in the present, and who enjoys the present moment. The other category refers to the complaining lot, such people don’t accept anything,[…]

Amma’s Q&A: “How to recognize and transcend the ego to balance our inner and outer worlds?”

Q: How to recognize and transcend the ego to balance our inner and outer worlds? A: You can recognize your ego when you are in rebellious moods (anger, jealousy, greed, etc). This is a very useful opportunity to transcend your ego, for in these moments, the ego is very strong. Moods such as doubt, refusal,[…]

Shree Annapoorneshwari Yagna

Anna (rice/food) is Brahma. Saraswathi is the energy of Brahma and source of all wisdom. This essence of the Devi in the form of energy of Trimurthi (Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara) blesses a seeker with health, wisdom and renunciation. As such, the practices of Annadana and Gnanadana has continued at Shreedhara Shree Gudda ashram for[…]

Gurumatha Amma’s Kabba Poetry – Let the inner whisper amplify soon.

Let the inner whisper amplify soon. Install the reflections of truth. Prayer, worship and devoted studies are paths for your research. Let the natural maturity emerge. Give birth to cheerfulness every moment for the betterment of the world.   Prarthisu ninna pooje parayanagalu Parishodhanege mathra padhthiyagali Pradurbhavisali prastuta prakruththrika proudathva Prasavisu prathikshna prasannatheya pravarthisalu prapanchavanu
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Amma’s Q&A: “How do we realize that every situation is an opportunity for learning?”

Latha: How do we realize that every situation is an opportunity for learning? Amma: We should see that learning has no beginning and end. Learning is a process. When you see learning as a process, you will come to know the difference between studying and learning. Life is not an object of study, but rather, life[…]