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Has anyone managed to find out further information on if Mother will be

coming to Rhode Island? Any ideas as to when the East Coast retreat

specifics might be released? I'm sad to hear that the Bryant College campus

is unavailable and am looking forward to putting in my time off request at

work as soon as possible!

 

In Amma,

 

Michelle

 

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If anyone reading this is involved in organizing for the East Coast retreat,

I would like to suggest UMASS at Amherst or UMaine at Orono. We had TM

courses there years ago and both were quite adequate.

 

 

on 4/2/05 10:39 AM, Michelle Walsh at michellewalsh88 wrote:

 

>

> Has anyone managed to find out further information on if Mother will be

> coming to Rhode Island? Any ideas as to when the East Coast retreat

> specifics might be released? I'm sad to hear that the Bryant College campus

> is unavailable and am looking forward to putting in my time off request at

> work as soon as possible!

>

> In Amma,

>

> Michelle

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Om Namah Shivaya

 

After inquiring ,

I got info that both Amma's public program in Boston (July 20th),

and the East Coast retreat ( July 21-23) will be held at :

 

Best Western

Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Center

181 Boston Post Road W, Marlborough, Massachusetts, 01752-1840

 

In Amma's Love,

sarama- Iceland

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on 4/2/05 11:35 PM, sara at saramj33 wrote:>

>

> Om Namah Shivaya

>

> After inquiring ,

> I got info that both Amma's public program in Boston (July 20th),

> and the East Coast retreat ( July 21-23) will be held at :

>

> Best Western

> Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Center

> 181 Boston Post Road W, Marlborough, Massachusetts, 01752-1840

>

My wife and I got married in that town. It was the first of two weddings, a

small one for my mother, whom we feared might not be able to travel to Iowa

for our Vedic wedding. As it turned out, she made it, so she saw both. The

Vedic wedding was at 3am in the woods in someone's backyard. The conch

blowing made the local dogs bark, but no one called the police.

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