Satsang with Dr. Sunder Iyer – Mahasamadhi Aradhana Mahotsavam –   Center Meeting, Sunday, April 26th 2020 

Sairam Dear All,
Hope all is well with Swami’s grace!

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DR. SUNDER IYER ARADHANA MAHOTSAVAM SATSANG
SUNDAY, APRIL 26TH 2020 @ 2:00 PM

Sathya Sai baba says

“Consider the meaning of the name ‘Sai Baba’. ‘Sa’ means Divine; ‘ai’ or ‘ayi’ means mother, and ‘Baba’ means father. Your physical parents exhibit love with a dose of selfishness; but Sai, your Divine Mother and Father, showers affection or reprimands only to lead you towards victory in the struggle for self-realisation. Sai descended as Avatar to achieve the supreme task of uniting the entire mankind as one family through the bond of brotherhood, of affirming and illumining the Divine (Atmic) reality in every being. Divinity is the basis for the entire cosmos, and My mission is to instruct all to recognise the common divine heritage that binds one person to another, so that you can rid yourself of the animal, and rise to the Divine! I desire that you contemplate on this, derive joy and be inspired to observe the spiritual disciplines I laid down to progress toward the goal of realising Sai, who shines in your hearts.”  Sathya Sai Speaks Vol.12/Ch.38

As part of our Aradhana Mahotsavam we are fortunate to conclude our month long celebrations with a satsang with Dr. Sunder Iyer. He is no stranger to most of us. He is one of the most listened to on various platforms in our Sai circle. Short bio about Dr. Sunder Iyer is below.

“Sunder is a student of Bhagawan Baba’s academic institutions from 1979, and stayed there until 1994. During these years while pursuing an academic education, Sunder had the privilege of learning powerful lessons in spirituality, yoga, and meditation. He earned a PhD in Banking and Finance from Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning.”

Please join us for this wonderful satsang. Sairam.

95 Sadhana Program: For more details please go to www.ssbcflushing.org/nyc95
As part of the 95 Sadhana Program, the following is scheduled this Sunday as part of Center activity
1. We will start off with 21 AUMS before bhajans and conclude with 9 SAMASTHA LOKA after bhajans as part of Daily Prayers.

Note: Daily Prayers common conference call is scheduled daily at 8 PM. For those who wish to join daily at 8 PM please see the details.
Dial-in number: (712) 775-7465 | Participant Code: 209737

Agenda;

01:30 PM – 01:45 PM: Join the meeting
01:45 PM – 02:00 PM: Meditattion

02:00 PM – 02:15 PM: Bhajans
02:15 PM – 04:00 PM: Dr. Sunder Iyer Satsang
04:00 PM – 04:10 PM: Arathi / Closing Remarks
 
 

Suggestions:
 

1. Ensure you have laptop / phone / ipad and login by 7:30 AM.
2. What is expected when we are having online satsang from each of us? See below for more details

JOIN REGULAR CENTER MEETING

While joining if it prompts for entering password please enter 10081008
For those who cannot join live using the above link, please dial in directly using the number (Audio Only):
Dial In Number: (646)-558 -8656
Access Code: 965-450-877#

SUNDAY, APRIL 26TH SSE CLASSES @ 12:30 PM

This Sunday, April 26th, 2020 our regular SSE Classes will be held from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM. The online links for all SSE Classes are listed below. Please click on the appropriate link for each groups.

Note: While joining if it prompts for entering password please enter 10081008

SSE GROUP 1 ONLINE CLASS LINK
SSE GROUP 2 ONLINE CLASS LINK
SSE GROUP 3/4 ONLINE CLASS LINK

FOR ONLINE MEETING

Please join for (meeting links below)
1. ONE LINK FOR ALL SSE GROUPS  @ 12:30 PM (please start joining from 12:15 PM onwards)
2. CENTER MEETING SESSION @ 2:00 PM (Please start joining from 1:30 PM onwards)

For help with joining these meetings: Please Call the below volunteers

1. Ajesh Prabhu – 631 780 4248
2. Jothi Narayan – 631 404 9118
3. Rekha Prabhu – 631 780 4148
4. Deepa Narayan – 631 942 5311
5. Ragu Raman – 917 570 4013
6. Dyanesh Prabhu – 646 530 2924

What is expected of us while we are online?

Where can we be seated?
1. Please ensure that you and your family members appropriately assemble at your own home altar.
2. Ensure that your laptop (see below requirements) is also visible to all of you.
3. Ensure that you all are seated at the altar comfortably and also joined into the meeting.
4. Ensure NO background noise of any kind is present as much as possible. If not, please kindly mute your phone or go to a silent room where the noise is near zero.

How do we log in?
1. Please log in by clicking the links above.
2. If all of your family members are together then we suggest to limit to one login and one laptop to join the meeting.
3. If you are assigned singer, then please ensure you log in separately using either another laptop or your phone or ipad.
4. If one of your family member is not with you, then have them log in by themselves separately.
5. Ideally one login per house, excluding singer logins.

When can I turn on my Video Cam?
1. Only by lead singers when they are leading a bhajan (optional)
2. Only when Arathi is being done.
3. We are requesting to hide your video cam for the rest of the time in order to ensure that we all have a better experience in terms of audio quality and reduced latency (lag).

When to Mute and When Not to Mute my Audio?
1. During 1:45 PM – 2:00 PM – Please mute your self
2. During assigned bhajans 2:00 – 2:40 pm: All will be muted by default only the lead singers will be un-muted as needed when they lead bhajans.
3. During Closing Prayers 2:40 – 3:00 PM: You can un-mute and you will follow with others. Some we will play recorded chanting and you can provide chorus along.
4. During Bhajan Workshop 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM: Please mute your audio and when needed you can un-mute as it will be a bit interactive session.

How will the bhajans be rendered? (Note: After various options finally we will have the lead singer to render the first line and as well render the chorus by themselves or their family members while all of us will join during the chorus (this is done to reduce the latency (lag). At the same time we will have harmonium / tabla played).

1. We will pre-assign bhajan singers and the order will be known.
2. Lead singers are expected to join separately by themselves using cell phones or land line.
3. We will try to have limited instruments where possible to maintain the beat, if not we will just use clapping.
4. We will follow regular sunday pattern of slides, that will be shared on the screen.
5. Since to make it more touching, we can request lead singers to enable video cam so they can be seen while singing bhajan (optional).
6. Closing Prayers will be lead by assigned singer while all of us will render together..
7. Vibhuthi Mantram is lead by designated singer, please ensure you have vibhuthi at your altar and ensure that your family members get the same.

By Who and How will Arathi be given?
1. When we start arathi, we request all devotees to do arathi at their altars.
2. We will have arathi’s offered by all devotees at their homes at the same time. So please be ready with deepam / or others.
3. During this time you can all show your video camera so we can all see all arathi’s that are done at the same time.

NOTE: Please kindly forgive and excuse us if this does not meet with your standards. We know this cannot mimic the real time bhajans session or center meeting but this ensures that we all are wired at the same time to the divine. We will take feed back and continue to improvise for next meetings.

Note: Please click the calendar for larger image.
Please see the monthly Calendar for the April 2020 below…
Sairam
Sai Kishore
 
——–Jai Sai Ram——-

———–Jai Sai Ram————

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