During the Australian national ‘Women’s Health Week’ held in September, a number of seminars on women’s health issues were organised by Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG (SSIO) as a service to its members and the general community.
Tag: Ladies Program
Ladies’ Day is an annual global celebration of the Sathya Sai International Organisation. It was inaugurated by Sathya Sai Baba in 1995 to recognise and honour women’s role in creation. It is a day in which women are honoured and remembered with gratitude for their pre-eminent role in the family and society as instruments of love, compassion, forbearance, righteousness, and selfless sacrifice. Women in their nurturing and examples have the power to change the world. Celebrations will be held by the different regions in Australia and all are welcome to attend.
The Ladies from NSW East Region of the SSIO will be conducting a service activity in October assembling Birthing Kits for distribution to disadvantaged women in Developing Countries. This worthwhile service not only gives ladies the opportunity to help their sisters in potentially life-saving ways, but also to meet and join one another in a loving and caring environment. All ladies are very welcome, especially those who haven’t met with the group before.
NSW West Region of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG are holding a weekend ladies retreat in focused on spirituality, health and well-being. The program and the beautiful bushland setting of the venue promises to provide a delightful, uplifting and memorable weekend.
The retreat will take place from Friday, 3 February to Sunday, 5 February on a 60 acre property at Kenthurst.
NSW Region West had a Unity of Faith Pilgrimage on Saturday 10 September. The pilgrimage was organised to visit Parklea Sikh Temple and Lankarama Buddhist Vihara. The highlights of the event were talks on Sikh faith and Buddhist faith, tour of the temples and prayer.
The ACT Region’s Ladies’ Wing warmly invites all to attend its annual Ladies’ Day Celebration. The event will take place on Sunday, 20 November 2016 at 10:00 am. The venue is South Canberra Sai Centre, 95 Batchelor St., Torrens. The program includes a guest speaker, devotional singing and a Ladies’ Wing report. Light refreshments will be provided.
NSW Region West Ladies Program are offering a Leadership Workshop on the Sacred Role of Women which will include a laughing yoga session. Members of all ages including youths are encouraged to attend. This is also a great opportunity for mothers and daughters to connect.