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Jai Sai Ram

We are happy to inform that we are organising a cultural event called “Welcoming the New Year 2013 with Baba” at Passage To India in Ilford, London (IG1 1QW) on 20th of January 2013 (Sunday) between 11 am and 5pm.

Read more: Cultural Event - 20th Jan 2013

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OM Healing is an ancient group healing technique that has been brought back by Mahavatar Babaji to help restore balance and unity in people and the world.

On a personal level OM Healing can balance physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Emotions are released and inner peace and love arise. It leads to a more joyful life and supports our health and our meditation practice.

Read more: Om Healing at Baba Centre.

Om Sai Ram.

We are immensely grateful and thankful for your continuous support for

World Shirdi Sai Baba organization in East Ham, London.

Happy Diwali/Deepavali!

May the light of love and devotion shine brightly in our hearts
May the light of understanding shine in our minds,
May the light of harmony glow in our home
May the light of service shine forth ceaselessly from our hands.
May your presence light the lamps of love wherever we go.
May our smile, our words and our actions be as sweet
as the sweets of this festive season.
May Maha Laxmi brings us the true wealth of peace, health, happiness, and love.

To you and your family



Diwali or Deepavali is a festival of lights. In Sanskrit “Deepavali” means “an array of lights” and signifies the victory of brightness over darkness.This day is special for everybody from children to adults. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on this festival. The people celebrate diwali by lighting lamps in and around the house, wear new clothes, do pooja at home and visit temples.

Diwali is the festival celebrated for the return of Lord Rama, King of Ayodhya, with his wife Seeta and brother Lakshman after 14 years exile and also after the victory against Ravana. They also say Diwali is celebrated for Krishna who conquered Asura Naraka who jailed ten thousands of inhabitants. Lighting lamps in Diwali signifies a welcome to prosperity in the form of Lakshmi and the fireworks signifies a scare to the evil spirits.

In our centre, we are celebrating Diwali. The centre will be open from 9am to 10pm. We will be distributing special Prasad and sweets from morning till night. There are also special Diwali greeting cards and Diwali traditional plain and painted lamps for sale in the centre.

 

Guru Purnima – SAI Purnima

 

Significance of Guru Poornima Day.

“Trust your guru completely. That is enough. There is no need for the six sastras or the four sadhanas.” - Sri Sai Baba
 

Read more: Guru Purnima

Jai Sai Ram

Baba said that he was a slave in the service of those who loved him. He was ever living to help those who turn to him and that he has to take care of his children day and night. He then taught values of total surrender to the Almighty Master (ALLAH MALIK HAI- The only ONE) and experience his grace.

In coming to Baba’s Shirdi his children experience the truth how Baba unfailingly fulfils his commitments to his devotees by coming to their rescue in times of crisis.

Jai Sai Ram

Baba advised not to disregard offers of food. To do any work or job, energy is needed and it is acquired by eating food. So to do any task perfectly, we need to have food in required quantity. Offers of food when neglected may hurt someone's feelings, which Baba did not like. Refer: Chapter 32 & 33, Sai Satcharita.

Photo: Jai Sai Ram:- Baba advised not to disregard offers of food. To do any work or job, energy is needed and it is acquired by eating food.   So to do any task perfectly, we need to have food in required quantity. Offers of food when neglected may hurt someone's feelings, which Baba did not like. Refer: Chapter 32 & 33, Sai Satcharita.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jai Sai Ram: Shri Sai Satcharita Chapter 43 & 44 Explains Baba's Last Words..

Baba’s Nectar-like Words

The kind and merciful Sai Baba said the following sweet words many a times: “He who loves Me dearly, always sees Me. The whole world is desolate to him without Me; he tells no stories but Mine. He continuously meditates upon Me and always chants My name. I feel indebted to him who surrenders himself completely to Me and always remembers Me. I shall repay his debt by giving him salvation (self-realization). I am dependent on him who thinks and hungers after Me and who does not eat anything without first offering it to Me. He who thus comes to Me, becomes one with Me, just as a river merges with the sea. So abandon pride and egoism and surrender yourself to Me, Who is seated in your heart.”

 

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