Sat – truth, sang –setting, conversation.

Satsang is a spiritual discourse. Also, satsang is one of the crucial parts of spiritual practice or sadhana, which consists of the whole set of practices.

Satsang is one of the important ways which Teacher uses to pass the knowledge to disciples. Satsang is understood and easily comprehended by anyone, would it be a new person or a practicing disciple. And it is equally important for both of them. The words Teacher speaks during the satsang and the power he spreads make a strong impact on the people, cleaning them and the subtle atmosphere. One has to be in a pure state to receive, accept and apply the knowledge in one‘s life.

Satsang is a Spiritual Teacher‘s discourse on God and the ways of overall spiritual development. Lots of people from many towns and countries come to the Ashram every week to see Him and to listen Him, to satisfy their thirst for knowledge, to sort out old questions; they come so that He would help them find the way leading to the divine state of being which brings tranquility, love and joy. During satsangs Guru Ji discusses various topics and issues relevant to everybody; day to day, time after time He leads us to deeper perception of spiritual knowledge, making its meaning and manifestation in one‘s life clearer. The Teacher has a very subtle sense of humor; he often illustrates his ideas with parables. But the most miraculous is the fact that participants of the satsangs often directly receive answers to their questions without even having asked them aloud. This is the uniqueness of the satsang, this is the genuine communication, the genuine meeting.


You can read Shri Gurudev Shri Prakash Ji‘s satsangs also in other sites of his disciples.


26-28 December in Vilnius Centre of Spiritual Culture "Shri Prakash Dham"
The programme includes events such as Dipavali Festival, satsang, several days of individual meetings, as well as two evenings of guided meditation.
9 July, approximate start 8.45 London time