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More Live Webcasts Coming This Year

29 September 2012 3 Comments Print article Print article

Starting in October, we’ll be broadcasting more webcasts with Shri Anandi Ma and Dileepji.

Webcast events are indicated on our new online calendar in blue. If you are not able to attend the live webcast, if you sign up, often you can view the recorded event.

Interested in viewing webcasts? Sign up to receive webcast information below:

Please let me know about upcoming webcasts.

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3 Comments »

  • Prema Moore said:

    Love webcasts! Love love love them!

  • Purna said:

    Just as being in the physical presence of Ma and Bapuji, words cannot adequately convey what has transpired during webcasts. The energy that has come through has at times been extraordinary. Ma knows we’re there. Sitting with an open mind and heart has brought tremendous blessing. I hope that everyone tunes in! They’re great : ) Jai Gurudev!!

  • Radha said:

    Hoping to attend a fire ceremony in person with Ma and Bapuji I did a sangkalpa to find someone to work for me that day. But alas no one was available. When I returned home from work I sat down and rested and suddenly a thought popped into my mind–WEBCAST. I opened the webcast and there was Ma, Bapuji, fire ceremony, disciples and me. The timing was perfect-I was present and felt a surge of energy directly from the Ma and the fire ceremony, just the same as being present in person. My sangkalpa was heard and I was blessed in so many ways. Thank you to everyone who makes these webcasts possible!!!

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