Spiritual teacher Sri Karunamayi, known as “Amma,” is returning to Woodstock for her fifteenth annual visit, bringing her message of unconditional love, peace, and selfless service. After a fire ceremony on Sunday, June 1, at Ananda Ashram in Monroe, she will offer blessings at the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock on Monday, June 2, followed by a day-long meditation retreat on Tuesday, June 3.
Amma, or “Mother” in the Telugu dialect, is revered in India as an embodiment of divine motherly love. She is known for liberally showering love on people, animals, and even plants, and for the spiritual knowledge . . .
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