A Decision To Carry Irumudi To The Temple

Usilampatti Vattam Ampattayanpatti Singamuthu is my friend. His wife is Anandi. About eleven months ago, a baby boy was born to them. That baby was born without anus! The parents were very sad. As far as they could, they took him to several doctors. The last doctor, whom they consulted, told them that the child would need an operation. It would cost `15,000/-. The parents were not rich enough. When they came to Nagapattinam, they met me and told me everything. I told them, “There is no need for any medication! You pray to Adigalaar Amma. Tell Amma, ‘Amma! By Your grace and blessings, please help my son become all right. We shall come to the Temple, wearing Sakthimalai and carrying Irumudi.’” They did what I said. Within two months, the parents found that the baby’s bottom was wet. A few minutes later, waste matter came out! The parents couldn’t believe their eyes. They took the child to the doctor. When the doctor examined him, he said, “What a wonder this is! The child doesn’t need any surgery. He has become all right.” The parents have given him the name, Sakthi Priyan. They went to the Temple, carrying Irumudi. It is true that God helps the helpless! Amma is the epitome of mercy and kindness. This is a typical example.

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.