The purpose of the Sathya Sai Centres is to help with the spiritual progress of man, and they do this by creating opportunities for people to participate in various activities, undertaken by the different Wings of the Centre. Please click on the Wings below to know how you can participate.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Mill Hill (also known as the Mill Hill Sai Centre) was first inaugurated on 28th June 1990 and has continued to grow and flourish since then. Affiliated to the Sathya Sai International Organisation UK, the Mill Hill Sai Centre meets on a weekly basis on Sunday, conducting several activities for all age groups to engage with. The main activities of the Centre are classified under four wings: Spiritual, Education, Service and dedicated Young Adult Wing for those aged 18-40. Types of activities that the Centre conducts are group devotional singing, meditation, community and international service projects, education classes specific for children, and many more.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Mill Hill warmly welcomes all spiritual aspirants, providing them opportunities to derive benefits from various activities organised, according to their own sincere spiritual inclination. We hope that by attending the Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Mill Hill, aspirants move forward in their spiritual journey by incorporating Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s universal teachings into their day-to-day life.
Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, also referred to by His devotees and followers as Swami, or as Sai Baba, or sometimes Bhagawan (meaning God), proclaimed His message thus – to bring about the spiritual regeneration of humanity by demonstrating and teaching the highest principles of truth, right conduct, peace, love, and non-violence. Sri Sathya Sai Baba teaches that man’s inherent nature is one of divinity and the purpose of life is the realization of this. His followers come from all faiths and meet regularly for group devotional singing, to study His teachings, and engage in selfless service activities to practice them enhancing spiritual enquiry.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba was born as Sathyanarayana Raju on 23rd November 1926 in the small village of Puttaparthi, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, South India. As a child, He often showed His spiritual inclination, contemplative nature and performed miracles which led the people of the village to refer to him as ‘Guru’ and ‘Brahma jnani’ (knower of Brahman or Godhead). On 20th October 1940, He made a historic declaration of His Avatarhood.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba left His physical body on 24th April 2011 but millions continue to live by His teachings and be guided by Him, passing on His timeless messages and teachings to the next generation.
Sita stuck to the highest ideal of life, in spite of the severe sufferings she underwent. Hanuman who discovered her in the grove where she was kept as a prisoner by her abductor, offered to recross the ocean with her on his shoulders, and take her safe to her Lord, Rama. But she replied that she would not allow herself to be abducted back from the custody of Ravana, since that would deprive Rama the chance to punish him for his crime and retrieve her through His own heroism! Splendid words, these! Quite in consonance with the dictates of Dharma! No wonder, the Lord's Grace saved her in good time! Endeavour to earn Grace by observing the discipline that I am keen you should follow. Give up the old worldly ways of earning and spending, saving and accumulating, with greed, lust, malice and pride; rearrange your lives so that I will be pleased with you. (Divine Discourse, Jan 11, 1968)