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What is Satsang?

Satsang is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘to be in the company of truth’ or 'truth meeting'. For 5,000 years seekers and gurus have been investigating higher consciousness, true happiness and enlightenment. In the East, this pathway of enquiry has been called Satsang.

Satsang is being in the company of the highest truth with an awakened teacher and a gathering of seekers who listen to discourse, talk about and investigate their true nature.

When you are in Satsang, you have the opportunity to experience yourself as true nature. In the presence of an enlightened being, who carries the energy field of awakening, commonly called a Buddha Field, your mind can experience a profound silence and beauty. There is often the perception of bliss and a sense of freedom as the mind settles into a state of deep rest and beingness discovers itself.

Satsang Supports a Deep Self Enquiry Process

In Satsang, you are also given the chance to look deeply at how your mind operates. This assists in the removing of obstacles that create suffering and keep the mind in a state of tension, stress or pain. Satsang also enables a heightened awareness of all things and a detachment from the mind so that the mind’s patterns can be seen in a clear way. Satsang is recognised as a true gift to the seeker.

You are invited to attend Satsang with Vishrant, an awakened being teaching in Perth, Western Australia.

Satsang is actually a process of destruction, not a process of building up. It is the process of taking down the belief systems that create resistance in the mind. 

~ Prem Vishrant

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An Important Note

Satsang is a Sanskrit word meaning 'to be in the company of truth.'

The Vishrant Buddhist Society is committed to helping people wake up to their true nature. It is essential for anyone attending a meeting or retreat with Vishrant to know that the organisation does not offer psychotherapy in any form.

Meetings and retreats are only appropriate for those who are willing to take full responsibility for their own inner wellbeing, be it emotionally, intellectually or spiritually. These meetings support enquiry beyond the identified mind, that which is discovered in the present moment uninhibited by mental projections, programming and conditioning.

Whilst the Satsang environment will provide great insight and support for truth and reveal deeper states of awareness, it is important to note that if seekers are needing psychological help or counselling that they seek it outside of Satsang in the hands of professional counsellors or psychologists to consciously and diligently meet their experience with integrity and self-care.