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GP offers experiential workshops
on self-inquiry, non-duality & the path of self-realization

Satsang - Communion with Truth

Satsang is a Sanskrit word that simply means "Communion with Truth."

As a formal event it is a setting in which students are intived to ask questions of the teacher concerning their spiritual practices, self-inquiry, meditation and the like. Sometimes those questions can also be domestic; like how to handle a certain difficult time someone may be going to, for example.

In all those cases, no matter what the topic of the particular question, the teacher (or traditionally the guru) always guides the questioner back to themselves, back in touch with the reality of their own being in such a way that the student finds the answer for and in themself.

Satsang is communing with the truth of your own being and,
whenever you turn sincerely within, you are in satsang.!

Join GP for Satsang Every Other Sunday at 2pm Eastern

That is 18:00 UTC in summer time and 19:00 in standard time

"Gosh you’re GOOD!!! Thank you! It’s much easier to see in how you explain it."

- AKT (YouTube Comment)

Non-dual inquiry is the most precise, penetrating and direct form of spiritual practice
  • Genuine spirituality is not a code of behavior or ethics, although it is highly ethical

  • It is not a belief or conceptual system, although it is highly intellectually precise

  • It is not a practice or a process or way of living or anything cultural

  • It wears no costume

  • It is bound by no conventions

  • It is simply the willingness to ask the simplest of questions, “Who am I... really?”

Self-inquiry is a deep inquiring into the nature of the self. Not the self as some distant abstraction but YOURSELF.

Since you are that self, you are the final authority as to what the true nature of the self is. That makes you the ultimate authority on the very nature of existence.

No more deferring to outside "experts" or even gurus. This path is SELF-REALIZATION. It is you realizing and confirming who it is you actually are.

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