"The Intellect has a Heart,
and the Heart has an Intellect."

- Pamela -

Dear remarkable sangha friends,

 

Let us gather to root each other and invite fear to rest within us and the group consciousness. Fear’s true nature is a healthy natural caution gifted to us by Life to ensure survival. Bowing to the well meaning intelligence in the news and government and the health organizations and even the intelligent essence of viruses. May all beings return to natural balance, heartfelt clear seeing, listening within and living as this courageous and unshakeable Oneness.Take care of each other and yourselves.


Much love, Pamela 


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About Satsang

 "Every thought,

 every feeling, is a visitor.

 You just say: Welcome.

 Come in and sit with me."

 - Pamela -

In Sanskrit sat means truth and the sangha is the group of lovers of Truth.

So satsang is literally a truth-gathering - an informal get-together of people to sit with the truth of their being, and occasionally, talk about it.

It's also like a sacrificial pit, or a recycling center. Things no longer required, if brought with sincerity - any suffering or confusion, identification or separation or old containers no longer needed - are left behind.

As Pamela has put it: Satsang is a gathering of mountains to discuss their mountain nature.

Most satsangs are held in the evenings and last a couple of hours. Weekend retreats consist of two sessions per day.