Our dear Sahaja Yoga brothers and sisters in Indonesia have humbly invited their yogi neighbours in other countries to join them on their Indonesia Sahaja Tour starting on Tuesday 1 May in Jakarta and ending on the island of Bali on Friday 6 May.
The tour is focussed on developing the collectivity amongst the Indonesian yogis themselves, however, there will also be two programs and the celebration of Sahasrara Puja in Bali.
Yogis going to Shri Buddha Puja in Penang have the option of staying some extra days in Malaysia and then flying to Jakarta to join this tour or alternatively, yogis from Australia can join the tour in Jakarta directly from Australia.
As the international Shri Buddha Puja activities finish on 29th April, international yogis can extend their stay at the hotel until the morning of 1 May. The room rate is MYR200 per night twin share, working out to about MYR100 per person per night. (There are about 3.25 Malaysian Ringgits to the Australian Dollar so this is about AUD$30 per person per night).
The Indonesian yogis are suggesting that international yogis going to Shri Buddha Puja book the following flights to, and within Indonesia:
- Tue 1 May – Penang 20.10 to Jakarta 21.30 Air Asia QZ7665 (about US$40 plus taxes/baggage as of 13 Feb)
- Thurs 3 May – Jakarta 15.05 to Denpasar 17.05 AirAsia QZ7514 (about US$45 plus taxes/baggage as of 13 Feb)
Costs in Indonesia will be minimal, with total hotel, food and city transportation amounting to little more than US$33 per day!
1 May – arrive in Jakarta
2 May – Tour of Jakarta; havan at night
3 May – Fly to Bali in afternoon
4 May – Clearing, footsoaking, havan, sightseeing
5 May – Special Denpasar Public Program: evening Sahasrara Puja
6 May – Short tour and evening Public Program
Indonesian yogis, particularly in Jakarta, have had limited exposure to the international collectivity and those important formative experiences of the Sahaja world that help to accelerate our spiritual growth and for which we here in Australia take for granted. The pockets of Indonesian yogis are not deep and they don’t have the same opportunities for international travel as we do. It would be great to further build connections with these seekers, to demonstrate our loving qualities, to share our life experiences with each other or just bring some vibrations. As in the Sahaja world, there is no need to speak the language of words, just share in the language of vibrations.
Yogis from Singapore have pledged to support this Indonesian tour.
If yogis are not going to Shri Buddha Puja in Penang, Malaysia and want to join the Indonesia Tour from another destination please contact Bagus Santoso [email protected] or Ayu Santoso [email protected] as soon as possible to assist with preparations for your arrival.
For further details of the tour contact Sameer, or Bagus and Ayu directly.
Western Australia Council