By Sri Mataji’s grace, preparations continue for the fourth national set of Sahaja Yoga programs
in Indonesia and the second to cover the populous Island of Java (where 120 million
people live in an island the size of Victoria, Australia). The Indonesian Sahaja
Yogis have called the programs the “Sahaja Yoga Roadshow”.
Public programs and follow-up programs will be held in six Indonesian cities
in the period 6 to 27 September in:
Denpasar, the capital of the Bali, at the Tragia Building;
Sidoarjo, just outside Indonesia’s second largest city, Surabaya;
Yogyakarta, at the Hotel Candra Dewi (“Hotel of the Moon Goddess”);
Solo, at the Wisma Batari (“Goddess Building”);
Jakarta, at the Manggala Wanabakti (“Local Devotion Building”).
Last year in these programs realisation was given to 2000 Indonesian seekers
by the travelling yogis of Indonesia and Australia. This year, Adriana Phiong,
the Indonesian leader newly appointed by Sri Mataji at the regional seminar
in Singapore, is coordinating the programs with the help of local coordinators
and Robert Felix, who shepherded Sahaj in Indonesia through its infancy.
time the programs are being run entirely by Indonesian Yogis who are developing
a special power-point presentation to get Sri Mataji’s message across
to spirituality-hungry Indonesians.
Please keep these programs in your enlightened attention. Indonesia has had
a difficult last half decade and with the recent hotel bombing in Jakarta your
attention can help in stabilise the situation and neutralise the fanaticism
which has caused so much damage to this beautiful country.
The Sahaja Yoga
collective of Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, is also holding a seminar
over the weekend of 9-10 August in the volcanic mountains near Jakarta and
have asked that yogis holding havens burn the negativity which caused the recent
bombings in Jakarta.
Please pray to our Divine Mother for the success of these programs which will
strengthen Sahaja Yoga’s mission of enlightenment and peace in the world’s
fourth most populous nation.
Jai Shri Mataji
John Fisher (Canberra) and Adriana Phiong (Jakarta)