10 jan 2009, amritpauri

amma was coming after the bhajans from the stage, back to her room. many are lined on both sides with stretching hands to touch amma. amma tried to touch people standing on either side by stretching her hands on both sides, spreading like wings of a bird.

just touching amma is enough? no. many are not able to touch amma. for some people, they wants amma’s attention. hundreds are waiting for her glance. what can they do? they may do anything for that. some calling out ‘amma, amma’, others blowing kisses…. if every one is doing the same thing how to make your presence felt? so this man from the west found another way to attract amma’s attention. he raised both his hands and started dancing… amma looked at him and smiled. he was in bliss.

what else more do you need than the glance of guru.

try to get it by any means.

~ dhyanamrita

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  1. Waawh …

  2. The glance of the guru is indeed heaven, beyond time and space, melting our hearts in one instant.

  3. The child does a lot of things to get the mother’s attention. However, AMMA also says that it’s the internal mother/guru who needs to smile, more than the external mother. For that good deeds, words and thoughts for our fellowbeings would suffice, i guess (probably the hardest sadhana too) :D…

  4. Oh that must have been fun to see. Just being near her is enough for me. No glance necessary 🙂

  5. What does it mean to get a sandal paste (chandan) applied to your forehead by Amma with her left hand versus the right hand? Any significance?

  6. i have done different things to get a glance of guru.. i feel i was sooo childish.. but wenever i was blank wid devotion ,not trying to attract her attention conciously, ..she always glance at me. i think innocence is the key…luv u amma….

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