Satsang with Victor Hamsa
Come and enjoy an afternoon of truth teachings with Victor Hamsa on January 19th 4pm-7pm. He will be discussing texts from enlightened teachers and how you can use them in your everyday life. Group meditations and chants and open group teaching will occur. This is a beginner to advanced spiritual workshop and all are welcome to attend.
Located at the Ashram for Unfoldment 130 Marlborough Rd, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510 [MAP]
Satsang occurs when small groups engage in a spiritual dialogue. In satsang, participants commit to exploring the liberation of truth. It is a formal or informal gathering intended to facilitate the sharing of wisdom and is said to be a particularly important doorway to experiencing inner freedom. Like meditation and asana, satsang is best experienced as a consistent practice as doing so will help quiet the mind and encourage one’s energies to stabilize.
Yogapedia explains Satsang
Traditionally, satsang is a meeting with an enlightened being, or satguru; but generally, it is any kind of program in which teaching and meditation take place. However, satsang can also be practiced alone by cultivating truth within one’s inner self and remaining centered on thoughts of the Divine.
The following are standard requirements to experiencing satsang:
- A shared intention between group members
- Context to spark spiritual insight
- An agreement regarding ground rules