New at the Sathya Sai Book Centre


Lord of the Dance by Gill Harley is a book written in an easy to read style that cannot fail to impress you. It relates how love for anything other than a love for the divine can be so empty, that it can never be completely fulfilling, that only eternal divine love can be enough.

An entrancing moment of a dance with the Lord Krishna started a desperate search for pure love which led her to seeing Sathya Sai Baba at Kodaikanal. When she first saw Him she writes “He looked so beautiful, so tiny, His soft orange robe swinging in the breeze”. She describes the ecstasy of receiving His glance in darshan.

This book contains the briefest of histories about Swami, as we call Him, and a description of the energies to be sensed in Prashanti Nilayam and how through these positive and negative feelings her ego was finally crushed and brought her to the feet of Swami.

Her joy, her purpose, is described here and the realisation of the love that Swami has for everyone. Some of her lessons were at the orphanage school with the help of some very interesting people.

Read this delightful account of one person's dance to Sathya Sai Baba’s tune.

Price £9.50

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