'Satyamitra' means Friendsin Truth
Discovering (your) True Being
"In the middle of the moment you can't escape happiness"
In an atmosphere of inner and outer silence we explore and share who and how we truly are. Unveiling the truth involves facing it. In the form of the programmed aspects of our mind and nervous system.
These meetings - in person or online - have a magical quality. Being together in this way uplifts and enriches everyone present with the light that we all share. By now we've found out that this also works online!
Discovering who one truly is, is not a "doing". It is rather a remembering, or more precisely a receiving.
"It's all about openness. Being present without judgement, paying paying attention to how life is as me, as you and as everything around us, forever changing and unpredictable. Sharing that with each other is sharing truth as friends: Satyamitra" (Adima)
"By losing interest in wanting what is not here or trying to change life against its natural flow, one becomes a beginner in this moment. It is hard to explain 'who am I' but something in being it is very simple. You're invited to discover that."
Individual Intensive - for committed people
REVIEW from a long time fellow traveler and guest of satsang meetings with Adima:
"Adima can see and bring out the good in the faultiest person. She also unmasks in loving and humorous ways what is faulty in the most "holy" person. Somehow she makes a range of very different people very interested in their true nature. That happens with an astonishing ease - but leaves no escape."
Satyamitra' Satya means 'Truth', Mitra means 'Friend'. Sharing truth as friends is a challenging invitation to heart and mind. It asks for being equals without same-making, to learn wisdom of discernment, while being personally honest and expand into the relaxation of being authentic."
Self-Inquiry / Self-Discovery is about “Who am I really? ” This inquiry invites personal honesty and opens space inside for receiving universal truth. Facing the truth about how we are reveals our programmming and conditioning. Investigating who am I points to being fully present in the middle of the moment.
Satsang means 'Associated or connected (sangha) with truth'(sat). Traditionally the word 'satsang' refers to gatherings of seekers around a teacher who would answer to questions or share their energy field of non dual awareness or enlightenment in a silent gathering. Gatherings also happen without a teacher, with music or chanting.