Sathya Sai Organization

The Sathya Sai Organization is a Spiritual one; it recognized the fundamental unity of all the religions of the world. It has branches in over 120 countries around the world. It is a non-political and non-profit Organization.

Sathya Sai Organization

"The Organization itself is not important; it only provided an opportunity for men, women and children of all faiths to gather together and find the way to progress along the spiritual path and to help others on the same journey." – Sri Sathya Sai Baba

The main unit of the Sathya Sai Organization is the Sai Centre. There is a Sai Centre in every major city in all over the world. Each Centre promotes spiritual, educational and community service activities.

The Organization provides a forum where spiritual aspirants learn spiritual values. It is a training ground where members practice the teachings of Baba, with special emphasis on loving service to others. The Organization seeks to purify the individual's heart and mind and enables them to see all people and objects as reflections of God. By spiritually transforming the individual, the Organization seeks to transform the world.

"The Sai Organization is simply a gathering together of people who have a common goal in personal spiritual development." – Sri Sathya Sai Baba
"The Sai Organization should be motivated by love. You join the Organization both to give, to receive, to progress, to learn, to become inspired and to serve." – Sri Sathya Sai Baba

Objectives of the Sai Organization

The principal objectives of the Organization are:

  • To help individuals to become aware of the divinity that is latent in them and conduct themselves accordingly, so that they may achieve the ultimate goal of spiritual enlightenment.
  • To translate into practice in the individual's daily life, divine love and perfection and thus to fill his life with joy, harmony, beauty, grace, human excellence and lasting happiness.
  • To ensure that all human relations are governed by the spiritual principles of Truth, Righteous Conduct, Peace, Love, and Non-violence.
  • To propagate and put into practice the Teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

These objectives can be achieved by the observance of the following four principles:

  • There is only one religion; the religion of Love.
  • There is only one language; the language of the Heart.
  • There is only one race; the race of Humanity.
  • There is only one God, and He is Omnipresent.

Code of Conduct

Every member of the Organisation must undertake Sadhana (spiritual discipline) as an integral part of his daily life and abide by the following Code of Conduct:

  • Daily meditation and prayer (according to one's own religious practice).
  • Devotional singing / prayer with members of his family once a week.
  • Attendance by one's children in the Bal Vikas / Educational programs conducted by the Samithi / Centre.
  • Participation in community service and other programs of the Organization.
  • Attendance at least once a month in group devotional singing organised by the Organization.
  • Regular study of Spiritual literature with special reference to Sai Teachings.
  • Putting into practice the principle of 'Ceiling on Desires' and utilizing any savings thereby generated for the service of mankind.
  • Speaking softly and lovingly with everyone with whom one comes into contact.
  • Not indulging in talking ill of others, especially in their absence.

Sathya Sai Centres

Most major cities in Canada and the USA have on or more Sai Centres. You may find the nearest Sai Centre in your phone directory.

If you want to know more details about Centre activities, please email the Centre coordinator he or she will help you.

To become an active member, you must participate in the Centre's educational, spiritual and service activities and follow the spiritual code of conduct laid down by Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

Please note that membership in a Sai Centre is free. No donations are solicited from the public at any time. Centres do not pay any fees to the Central Council or to any authority. Participation in all Centre activities is free of charge. Expenses of Centres are met by voluntary contributions from members.

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