Category Archives: Satsang

Meditation: Calling on Your Future Self (12:10 min.)



We have within us the wisdom and compassion that can carry us through the most challenging times. This meditation guides us in accessing these inner resources by calling on the most evolved part of our being.


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Monday Night Satsang – Question and Response



Question and response from Tara’s monthly evening satsang on 2013-11-11.

NOTE: Satsang means exploring and realizing truth in the gathering of spiritual friends. The word comes from Sanskrit – “sat” means truth – and “sangha” is community or company of spiritual friends.


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Satsang – Closing Prayer for Peace (6:58 min.)



A Prayer for Peace from Tara at the Monday evening satsang gathering.

NOTE: Satsang means exploring and realizing truth in the gathering of spiritual friends. The word comes from Sanskrit – “sat” means truth – and “sangha” is community or company of spiritual friends.


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Evening Satsang – “Peace is This Moment”



Question and response with Tara from 2013-10-14 during a community “Satsang” session. Questions relate to a reading of Dorothy Hunt’s poem, “Peace is This Moment Without Judgment,” as well as to RAIN, meditation practice and self-judgment. The evening closes with a prayer for peace.

NOTE: Satsang means exploring and realizing truth in the gathering of spiritual friends. The word comes from Sanskrit – “sat” means truth – and “sangha” is community or company of spiritual friends.


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A Special Evening Satsang – Question and Response – RAIN



Question and response with Tara from an evening satsang on 2013-05-13. Many of the questions that evening were about R.A.I.N.

NOTE: Satsang means exploring and realizing truth in the gathering of spiritual friends. The word comes from Sanskrit – “sat” means truth – and “sangha” is community or company of spiritual friends.


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