An environmental awareness project is under way in the NSW East Region of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG. The project is aimed at reminding us that much of our superseded possessions and materials can have another life and thus reduce wastage, land-fill and possibly provide someone else with something they can profitably use. Recycling reduces the demand on our precious earth resources in many ways and the environment they are harvested from. This is part of the SSIO’s ongoing commitment to ‘Serve the Planet.’
Category: Forthcoming Events
Our South Australian Region of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG will be conducting an introductory session on the Light Meditation at the request of a local community centre.
Light Meditation is a simple guided visualisation technique that aims to promote inner peace and personal growth.
The session will be held on Saturday, 13 May at the Adelaide South West Community Centre.
Easwaramma Day is an annual celebration held by the Sathya Sai International Organisation to honour and remember the mother of Sathya Sai Baba. It is held on the anniversary of her death. Easwaramma was a pious and pure village lady who over the years had to broaden her concept of love, expanding it beyond the confines of family and community to embrace all as the phenomena of Sai Baba attracted more and more people. During this time she was confronted with His teaching which challenged the confines of her understanding of religion, ultimately enabling her to see and accept all as One. The day honours the principle of motherhood and the role the mother plays as the child’s first teacher. It is also observed as Children’s Day, as children were her particular concern.
South Australian Region members of the Sathya Sai Organisation International Organisation of Australia & PNG will be observing Easter Sunday attending A Mass service at ‘The Monastery’ (St Pauls), Urrbrae SA. A tour of the Sacred Gardens will follow the service.
All are welcome to join us.
Sathya Sai Centre of Hurstville invites all interested in participating in its continuing program exploring the spiritual value and application of the key values that are enshrined in all the faiths; Love, Peace, Truth, Righteousness and Non-violence.
They meet every 1st Thursday of the month at Hurstville South Public School Hall, Cnr King Georges Rd., & Maher St., Hurstville. NSW. The next meeting takes place from 7.45 pm until 9.15 pm, Thursday, 6 April 2017.
The 24th of April is the day when Sathya Sai Baba transcended from this transient world into our hearts. Sathya Sai followers all over the world observe April 24 by remembering Him and practising the teachings of Love and Selfless Service to the community. The day will also be observed as World Human Values Day. Events commemorating this day will be held by SSIO throughout Australia.
The Springvale Sai Centre is celebrating its Silver Jubilee, the 25th anniversary on Saturday, 1 April 2017. This is a momentous occasion and all members are joining together to hallmark a memorable celebration.
The theme of the 25th Anniversary is “ Evolution In His Divine Love”.
All are welcome.
The Institute of Sathya Sai Education Australia (ISSEA) has organised a special workshop on parenting. In this industrialised society, we live in, there are many courses available to ensure we are adequately trained and qualified for our jobs. However, there are not many to guide us through the great responsibility of bringing up the next generation to be ideal citizens. Parents learn on the job as it were, often imitating their parents and friends. Good values are gained by children by “Osmosis” and example. The Sathya Sai Values Parenting programme offers an opportunity to fulfil this great task based on a values-based programme, with a spiritual basis and insight.
The workshop will be held on Saturday, 1 April 2017 at Prairiewood, NSW.
All are welcome.
The ACT Region of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG, together with the Sai Medical Unit and other participating health professionals are conducting a workshop focused on health changes as we age and resources available within the community.
The workshop will be conducted on Sunday, 2 April at the Senior Citizens’ Centre, Turner ACT.
The workshop is suitable for people aged 55 years and older, or for carers of elderly people. All within the preceding mentioned group are welcome. Registration is required.