By Amma’s Blessings...

My husband is an industrialist. He had contested the village Panchayat election. As a result, he had several opponents. Some of his enemies performed black magic on us.

Because of this, a healthy, energetic calf died. Soon, its mother, the cow, also died. The black magic then began to affect me. Slowly, I began to lose my consciousness. One day, I became mad! I did not know anything. It is from my relatives that I knew I had become mad.

My husband took me to several doctors, but none of them could cure me. At last, we went to Mel Maruvathur Temple. On that day, it was the Arani Mandram Sakthis, who were doing service at the Temple. They told my husband to see Amma and tell Him about my condition. My husband did Paada Pooja and told Amma everything. Amma prescribed some medicines and told my husband to give them to me daily. Amma told him to come to the Temple on three New Moon days, prepare Pongal, and offer it to Atharvana Bhadrakali Amman. My husband did everything exactly as Amma said. Today, I am doing well! I have recovered fully.

Another wonder! One day, on one of my fingers, I noticed a mole. It looked odd. For two years, it had been causing me severe pain, while doing work. Every week, I go to our Mandram. One day, I took a little kumkum from Amma’s Divine Feet and applied it on the mole. I said to Amma, “Dear Mother! Let this mole disappear. It causes severe pain!” What a wonder! The next day, I didn’t feel any pain. When I looked at my finger, the mole had disappeared! The problem, which I had to face, was indeed serious. But, Amma helped me recover soon. Only Amma can do such wonders! I am indeed grateful to Amma for all Her help.

In Developing A Spiritual Toolset

By practising the teachings of the Avatars, we are able to preserve and promote a spiritual toolset, which we know to be vital in life in any world.


For The Soul

The vedic prayers of the Avatars, written by Their divine guidance and blessings, are wonderful catalysts to connect with our true selves. They are essential steps and guides on our journey backwards.



Practise To Win

Chant, do, detach. The 'DO' is to be found in sadhana, also glibly called spiritual practice. The toughest step in the beginning, because rarely does one fancy doing, here are some nice ways to DO.



Look Into 'I'

And see the real 'I'. Question, evaluate, and transform. Be good, do good, see good, and all that wonderful, fluffy goodness. The final step in being divine, or as close as you can make it.