Inner Peace through
Satsang light meditation
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Why Meditation

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Integrate meditation into your busy lifestyle

What You Learn

Satsang, a simple and effective practice of guided meditation
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Improve mental clarity and ability to concentrate

The Master

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Reach spiritual enlightenment and enjoy everlasting peace


"Guru Maharaj" Dr. Chaturbhuj Sahay
Guru Maharaj Dr. Chaturbhuj Sahay perfected a guided meditation system on transcendent light. He refined and simplified ancient yoga and meditation practices, so it is easy to do and understand. It is a truly non-intrusive practice that can be molded to suit any lifestyle or faith. This unique meditation practice can begin at less than an hour daily to get some transformative results. He established Ramashram Satsang Mathura as a nonprofit in 1930, that has freely helped millions of people and promoted a healthy and peaceful lifestyle through Satsang since then. He started a monthly Journal in Hindi in 1931 and wrote many books that includes a seven volume book describing his spiritual journey. His heart was always flowing with unconditional love for everyone. He always paid attention to anyone who sought his help, serving anyone and everyone who came to him. He was habitually found in a meditative mood. Tranquility was writ large on his face. He lived the life of a family man. He set an excellent example of how to combine spiritual idealism with domestic life. Serving his wife and children to the last breath, and mindfully attending to all domestic duties.




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For Young Adults

Satsang for Young Adults' online meditation series is for Teens, Tweens and Young Adults (in the 20s). This session is for youngsters to answer their questions with some emphasis on why to meditate, how to meditate and what is Satsang. Some concepts, examples and stories are part of the session. First 30 minutes is for all age kids includes 5 to 10 minutes of chanting and the next 30 minutes is for young adults over 16, and this part includes 10 to 20 minutes of mindful and heartful meditation.

Sunday 4:30pm EST