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Dewaide is an alumna of the Sri Sathya Sai Higher Secondary School, as
well as the Sai University.
She studied grades
10, 11 and 12 at the Sri Sathya Sai Higher Secondary School in Prasanthi
Nilayam, graduating in 1998 with a national prize for business studies.
She then went on to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Economics,
Philosophy and English Literature from the Anantapur Campus of Sai University.
She was named Institute Captain for the Anantapur Campus in the year 2001.
Maya presently lives
in Antwerp, Belgium where she is engaged in the diamond and jewellery
trade as Operations Manager of a leading enterprise. In this role, she
oversees the logistics and insurance aspects of the business. Work apart,
she helps coordinate the Sai centre set up by her father according to
Maya Dewaide (MD)
is the daughter of Mr. Jean-Pierre Dewaide, a teacher in the Sri Sathya
Sai Higher Secondary School.
in this article are excerpts from her conversation with Radio Sai's
Karuna Munshi (KM) as part of the Fleeting Moments Lasting Memories series,
recorded on January 23, 2015.
Are you looking
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This music will not leave you unmoved, for it is handed from pure dimensions
that remind us where we come from. It arises out of a deep inner connection.
This music gives us a homefeeling, whichever genre you will hear: reset,
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There is a large variation in style, but they have one thing in common:
you can keep on listening.
The music makes your heart leap every time, wakes you up, boosts your
energy, makes you happy, creates unity and brotherhood.
It connects, inspires and transforms. It gives support in your daily work
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It is a window to a new world - this music heals.
means darkness and 'Ru' means light. Guru (spiritual preceptor) scatters
darkness through light; he imparts wisdom which roots out our ignorance.
'Gu' also connotes 'Gunaathe etha' (One who is beyond 'gunas' or attributes)
and 'Ru' connotes 'Roopavarjitha' (One who has transcended Form). Do
not seek human Gurus, however great their reputation. They are bound
by the qualities they have developed and they are still in need of the
Form so that they may conceive of Reality. They themselves being limited,
how can they communicate to you the Unlimited? Pray to the Parabrahma
Principle (transcendental principle) or God within you to reveal Itself.
Accept that as the Guru and you will be illumined.
Looking for a new Bhajanhall
technical problems we can no longer use the current Bhajan hall and Bhajans
can no longer continue.
We are now looking for a new location to start Bhajans again.
Any suggestions are always welcome! You can send them to:
Car parking is also an important option.
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