Have you ever been hugged by Ammachi?

johnd's picture

Average: 4.8 (5 votes)

I've just seen an independent documentary about Ammachi, the hugging mother.

It looked quite impressive and strong.

I'm considering to travel to her Ashram in India and undergo the experience.

Have anyone been hugged by Ammachi? Is it genuine? a gimmick? a psychological effect?

sisi's picture

Not a gimmick at all

Definitely recommended. She is touring the world and conducts the hugging darshans in big cities around the world so check in her website to be sure that she is in her Ashram in Kerala when you are planning to be there. The darshans elsewhere do not compare to those in the ashram with all the energy around.

I was waiting in the line to get a hug. I was skeptical at the time regarding paranormal stuff as most rational western people are in the beginning. At some point when I was pretty close to her on the line I found myself bursting into tears for no apparent reason. Untypically, I felt enormous love and elated confronting some very old issues from childhood.

I think it is of high value to western people, especially men whose mind always steers them to spiritual theories, logic and learning and thus blocks them from true advancement in the spiritual path.

sisi | Thu, 12/10/2009 - 10:36
carlito santo's picture

strongt darshan

i agree, especially important, even transformative, for men who are so in mind and logic.

carlito santo | Fri, 12/11/2009 - 08:14
shishmanidov35's picture

Deep levels of love energy

Did. Genuine. Strong. Very recommended. Love.

shishmanidov35 | Sat, 12/12/2009 - 23:21
dhorai's picture

i hug well and sing lullaby to sleep of childrens!

u can come to me as a child and get parental hugs and great flow of spritual energy that comes from my adernal gland....

i am both a father and mother...

come to me i too need childrens to love...share...

with love

dhorai | Sun, 12/13/2009 - 14:42
nsarun's picture

Yes! I have been huged by Ammachi several times....

It depends, what one may feel....To me it was an ecstatic feeling of Divine love, which is unconditional. Love has lost its true meaning in this world. To an extant it is even called 'the L word'. Mans life is mostly regretful and hence a feeling of unworthiness of being loved. A Guru of Amma's stature has an ability to heal human suffering from mental and spiritual diseases, physical diseases apart. Faith is the most important ingredient in any such experience. Amma has no need for any name, fame, publicity or wealth. Love is her offering to her children. And it is indeed a blessing. For critics, curiosity seekers or gossipers, i may just be nothing. One needs to open his heart and be receptive.

nsarun | Sat, 12/26/2009 - 01:45