*Due to Amber’s maternity leave from October 20 2015 through December, all Satsanga events will take place at the Civil Service Club located at 60 Tessensohn Road Singapore 217664*
Tuesday evenings we regularly meet for group meditations. Most of the meditations are active meditations from the teachings of Osho. You can read about some of the meditation descriptions below.
Come and join us for a wonderful evening dedicated to your inner journey, in the company of fellow conscious seekers. Stay for a while following the meditation to enjoy chai & fruit with the Sanga.
To find out which technique we are leading on this night, look at the home page under the events outlined for this month. Each technique is listed by date.
7.15pm – 8.45pm
The techniques we share are meditations primarily taught by Osho, as well as influenced by Tibetan Buddhism & Vipassana. For the modern person, it can be extremely difficult to still the mind and go directly to silent sitting when most of our day is consumed with activities, work and so many kinds of stimulus. Though we sit silently with eyes closed, the mind is usually hyperactive behind our peaceful, facial demeanor.
Thus, the active techniques utilise movement and sound to first concentrate the mind and then to bring internal awareness. By going in stages, emotions can be released, energy can be moved, and we can eventually come to a natural stillness & silence.
Please note: we are not professionally trained in leading these meditations. We are simply sharing what we know, what we have experienced and are practicing together. You need not have any prior meditation experience, but do keep in mind that the facilitation is straightforward, simple and in the harmony of a humble group practice. Many of the techniques we share are active meditations as presented by Osho, and occasionally we practice other techniques. However, at Satsanga, we do not advocate one Teacher over another….this is your own inner journey, and in the end – all are techniques only! Eventually, we can even drop these and rest in pure, silent awareness.