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Welcome to Sri Sathya Sai Centre of Mill Hill - affiliated to SSSSO UK

The Treasure Sai Seeks

We often feel that if we pray to Swami to grant us Vibhuti, suddenly we  will see 2 days later someone will give Vibhuti, may be Vibhuti will come from a photograph.  We somehow feel if we ask for Vibhuti Swami will grant our wish, but if I ask for a house, it may take more time, because we impose our own limitations on to God. For me getting Coffee or getting Vibhuti is easy, but making a house is tough for me, so for god also it may be tough!! This is how we impose our own limitations on to God. One of the leading writers R K Narayan writes about how  a buffalo was asked to describe God, and the Buffalo describes saying 'The Lord is a buffalo with biggest horns' with 'a long tail' with 'powerful legs' and his bellow can be heard across 4 villages. We often think that God is Grandeur version of our self, it is not, it is beyond comprehension what the Lord is. That's why we know the Lord is described by statement 'Anor Aniyan Mahato Mahiyan'. He is smaller than the smallest, yet he is grandeur than the largest. Please enjoy the short video for ‘Sathya to Sai’ from RadioSai.

Medha Suktam (Veda Chanting) by SSE Students on Swami’s Birthday

The Vedas have taught about two kinds of dharma: vihita dharma and nishiddha dharma (prescribed dharma and prohibited dharma); in other words, the Do’s and Don’ts for regulating one’s life. Unfortunately, today, the prescribed things are being given up and the prohibited things are being taken up. This is sheer folly and ignorance. The prohibited things should be rejected, even though you might have taken lots of trouble to acquire them. For instance, you have purchased from the market a big mango fruit for five rupees. Just because you have spent five rupees on it, will you eat the skin outside and the stone inside the fruit? No, no. You will eat only the pulp and reject both the skin and stone. Similarly this world is like a fruit, and you have to accept what is good in it and - (Vedic Wisdom - Summer Showers - 1990)

reject what is bad for you

Ladies Day Talk by Swami Student - Sis Ahlladini

Ahlladini is an alumni of the Sri Sathya Sai Higher Secondary School at Prashanti Nilayam. She has completed her Masters in Physics. She joined the Civil Service in 2000. She is currently in London pursing her Master’s in Public Administration and Management at University College London.  The speaker gave an insight about her experiences as a student in Swami’s school in the 80s and early 90s.

SSE Offering to the Divine Master

After having delicious Maha Prasadam, SSE children from Group 1 to Group 3 made an offering to the divine master by writing their thoughts on their relationship with Swami and what they are going to offer at his lotus feet on his 92nd Birthday.

Musical Offering on Swami’s 92nd BirthDay

2016 Mill Hill Sai Centre