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AMMA, 37 Million Hugged — It’s Your Turn! | Free, Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Seattle 2017 Memorial Day Weekend

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AMMA, 37 million hugged — It’s Your Turn!
May 27-29, 2017
Free | All Ages
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Hyatt Regency Bellevue
Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue 98004

Amma, world-renowned humanitarian and spiritual leader, will be visiting the Seattle area May 27-29. Amma, meaning Mother, offers her unique motherly embrace, known as her darshan, to every person who comes to meet her.

You are invited to receive Amma’s personal blessing and experience the love, grace and compassion that she embodies during the five free programs. All are invited. Programs include inspirational music, meditation, spiritual discourse, and Amma’s embrace.

Free programs:

  • May 27, All Day Program:11 am
  • May 28 Morning: 10:00am Evening: 7:30pm,
  • May 29, Morning: 10:00am, Evening 7:00pm – Program includes a ceremony for world peace.

Please plan to arrive at least 90 minutes before the program to receive a free token if you would like to have Amma’s embrace. Tokens are limited by time constraints.

For more information about the programs, please go to or call 206-322-8337.

More about Amma:

For more than 40 years, Amma has personally blessed 36 million people and has been known to give darshan for over 22 hours without interruption. Many express feeling unconditional love and total acceptance for the first time in their lives, when hugged by Amma.

When people pour their hearts out to Amma, she offers them emotional solace, spiritual guidance, and concrete solutions to their problems.

After meeting Amma, actor Jim Carrey tweeted: “I was feeling down about life ‘n’ love. Then I met a woman named Ammachi and she gave me back my smile. Darkness can not compete with her.”

When supermodel, Gisele received Amma’s darshan, she posted, “What a honor to meet Amma, one of the most inspiring women in the world. Amma, thank you for all the love and compassion you share.”

“What Amma has intuited, or was born knowing, is that everyone wants to be loved and that everyone is worthy of love. Like a Mother she loves unconditionally and serves expediently.” – Russell Brand, actor and activist

The extensive network of Amma’s humanitarian projects, Embracing the World (, can be found in 30 countries and has developed a reputation for outstanding disaster-relief work and humanitarian activities.

Through Embracing the World, Amma has provided millions of dollars in humanitarian aid and disaster relief for every major global disaster over the past 10 years. These include the South Asian Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, the Haiti Earthquake, the Japanese Tsunami, and the Philippines Typhoon. Disaster relief efforts were also carried out in many flooded areas of India, and in areas of Japan and Nepal that were affected by earthquakes.

Watch a movie about Amma’s darshan and her innumerable humanitarian and charitable activities.

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