Update for Uluru Tour 2018

Jai Shri Mataji!

It is only a few weeks till our Sahaja Yoga Uluru Tour. Here’s an update that covers the following information…

  • Items to bring with you on Uluru Tour
  • Observing protocols while at Uluru

Please see below for full details.

Items to bring with you on Uluru Tour

Here is a suggested list of items to bring with you to make sure you are comfortable during your trip. As the weather will reach around 30 degrees Celsius during the day and as low as 10 degrees Celsius at night, you will need clothes for both warm and cold temperatures.

  • Warm sweaters or
  • jacketLong sleeved tops
  • Short sleeved tops.
  • Socks
  • Warm hat
  • Scarf
  • Sun hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Towel
  • Toiletries
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Good walking shoes
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Warm sleeping bag
  • Warm pyjamas
  • Small backpack to carry drink and snacks while walking.
  • Portable footsoak bucket and salt

Observing protocols while at Uluru

We are travelling to an area that is not only of great significance to us as Sahaja Yogis but also to the Aboriginal people. At all times we need to respect the wishes of these original custodians. There is no need for outside spiritual observances such as pujas or havans. Shri Ganesha will know who we are from Shri Mataji in our heart and the openness of our Sahasrara.

From past Sahaj tours, the greatest blessings come when we are collective. We should try to meditate together, eat together or simply enjoy each other’s company as much as possible.

At times we will be sharing our living spaces with other travellers and we must remember that we are all representatives of our Mother and the best aspects of Sahaja Yoga. This will ensure that we will be welcomed back as a group in the future.

Contact us

If you have any questions or concerns, then please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]

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Uluru Tour

We are all looking forward to being with you on this true journey of the spirit.

With love,  Australian Easter Seminar and 2018 Uluru Tour Team