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Spiritual Leader Amma is Coming to Chicago

Amma

Amma

Mata Amritanandamayi, one of India’s foremost spiritual leaders and an inspiring humanitarian known globally as Amma (mother) for her selfless love and compassion toward all beings, will be visiting the Chicagoland area from June 20 to 22. Her unconditional love and compassion finds expression through a caring embrace. Amma has so far embraced more than 34 million people.

She inspires, uplifts and transforms via her global charities, Embracing the World (Amma.org/global-charities). Amma states, “Where there is true love, anything is effortless.”

Individuals may experience a personal blessing (hug) from Amma, enjoy inspirational live music, meditation, spiritual discourse, healing arts, and great vegetarian food throughout the three days of public programs.

Admission is free. Location: MA Center Chicago, 41W501 Keslinger Rd., Elburn, IL. For more information, call 1-630- 387-5077, email Chicago@MACenters.org or visit Amma.org/chicago.

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