Satsang for Delight Sangha - Online
With Satya and Sahaj
Are you ready to free yourself from your limitations, fears and confusions we are all individually and socially trapped in? In 2021, we will offer regular monthly Satsang Special Classes at Delight Yoga as a vibrant core of Being in our Delight community, as a way of living life directly from truth. It is an invitation for the ones who feel the call in their hearts to awake to the nature of being human, our right to live from true Peace, true Joy, and true Love.
Join Satya and Sahaj online on
Friday 12 March 16:00 - 17:30
Sunday 11 April 11.00 - 12.30
Sunday 16 May 11:00 - 12:30
Sunday 13 June 11:00 - 12:30
Sunday 11 July 11:00 - 12:30
Sunday 19 September 11:00 - 12:30
Sunday 17 October 11:00 - 12:30
Sunday 14 November 11:00 - 12:30
Sunday 5 December 13:30 - 15:00 - Live at Delight Den Haag
This class can be booked through the regular schedule (one week in advance).
What you will learn:
During Satsang, you will be invited to enter the illusory gate that has kept us separate from our natural human nature. With the help of Satya & Sahaj, we will be pointed towards where we can find the only and supreme treasure waiting for each of us: true Peace, true Love, true Joy, and true Liberation.
Satsang with Satya & Sahaj is an invitation to simply be in the presence of who you really are, pure Being-ness. Knowing your Self, allowing ourselves to step out of our person-hood - the identification with the persona of whom we think we are, identifying ourselves with our very personal stories, concepts, ideas, dreams, dramas, and traumas, etc. You are moving beyond the psychological mind or trying to understand the mind.
The word “Satsang” means a gathering of people interested in truth. “SAT” means truth, “SANGA” means a group of people. This word “Satsang” is applied in India to teachings related to a transmission of “SAT” or truth, from the teacher to a group of interested people. This “sat” or truth is not a set of beliefs, nor is it a set of practices or explanation of practices. It is a direct pointing to reality based on the realization of the person transmitting the Satsang.