Love is your nature. You were born with it and have never been without it. Sharing is the way to your nature and as you reach your nature suddenly you will find you are full of love.
You can enjoy your mind only when it becomes your servant. Consciousness is the real owner within you. As much as you grow your own light you will be able to use your mind only whenever it is needed and enjoy your silence, peace and beauty whenever you close your eyes and go to your centre.
If you take away the body and the mind whatever is left, that is you. Call it nothingness, emptiness consciousness, Godliness. That is what you are, your nature, your Being. Everything has to come one day but as long as you avoid your Being you will be unsatisfied. Satisfaction only comes when you come back to your Being.
Sat means Truth and sang means company. Satsang means “in company of Truth”. In deep and intimate proximity with the Truth. A trusting and receptive communion with the Master who has attained the Truth. read more >>
SWAMI PREM SAMDARSHI was born as Shri Rakesh Nanda in 1961 in Banda (near Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh, India), the oldest son of a cloth merchant. He instinctively knew the meditation technique of Vipassana and practiced it on his own until after meeting his Master, Osho, he learnt that what he had been practicing was an age old potent meditation technique. In 1983, he was initiated into Sannyas by Osho, after which He spent considerable time in Osho's presence. read more >>
|18th, 19th and 20th May||Meditation Camp|
|21st to 27th May||No Mind Group|
|8th, 9th and 10th June||"Being in Love" Meditation Camp|
|11th to 17th June||Mini Mystic Rose Group|
|22nd, 23rd and 24th June||Vipassana Retreat|
Sannyas means entering into a new world, the world of the no-ego. The ordinary world is the world of egos. Sannyas is falling out of those trips, dropping out of those trips and, rather than looking outwards, turning in. read more >>
Meditation is simply the art of slipping out of the continuous chatter of the mind and its antics. It is simple and non-judging watching of one’s thoughts, emotions and moods as they pass through the screen of one’s mind. To be non-judging and indifferent to passing thoughts, however pleasant or disgusting they may be, however enticing or repelling, is key to meditation. read more >>