Satsangs with Stephan 2014
Guided meditations, teachings, dialogue, and self-inquiry
in the nondual wisdom tradition of Zen and Advaita Vedanta
(Each satsang is self-sufficient; feel free to attend any or all, as you like.)
You don't need to practice for years to recognize the timeless simplicity of your essential nature--you merely need to see beyond the veil of thoughts and feelings to the awake, aware presence that has always been gazing through these eyes and living through this body and mind. Whether the glimpse is dramatic or subtle, it has the potential to transform your life forever, opening you to a new dimension of peace, love, and joy.
Satsang (Sanskrit for "being together in truth") is a sacred opportunity to inquire together into the nature of reality. The living words that are spoken in satsang have the power to awaken us from the dream of separation to the truth of our undivided essential nature. In satsang we point directly to the truth that can't be known by the mind, until the mind gives up, rolls over, and allows true realization to blossom. Each satsang consists of a rich blend of silent meditation, teaching, and dialogue.
Join us for a warm and enlivening exploration of our essential nature. Join us for satsang.
Note: Please avoid wearing scented products to satsang, including shampoo, conditioner, perfume, cologne, fabric softener, essential oils, gels, and creams. Thank you.
Satsang in Tucson
Friday evening, 7:00-8:30 pm, May 23, 2014
Saturday intensive, 10 am-5 pm, May 24, 2014
Satsang: Suggested donation $15
Satsang and intensive: $65 in advance; $75 at the door
(If fund are limited, don't hesitate to contact email@example.com)
Satsangs are held at Caritas Healing Center in the Armory Park neighborhood
330 East 16th St, near the intersection with 4th Avenue