“Satsang” is a Sanskirt word that means for gathering together for spiritual discourse or for “being with the truth.”
It is an ancient idea that we must sit in satsang, in person, together. But this idea was created centuries ago, before there was electricity, much less computers.
From what we know about energy, it’s clear that you can be in satsang, whether you are in the room with others, or whether you are using technology to create the connection.
As souls, we can move and connect beyond matter and beyond time. We don’t need to be in physical proximity to have connection as One.
In ancient times, they could not imagine the world as it is now. They could not imagine cell phones, or texting, or teleseminars, or Snap Chat, or Skype, or any of the ways we connect in person, by visual and by audio, in real time.
When we are in satsang now, we can be anywhere in the world. We can be One together, learning, and growing, wherever we are connecting fully, to the energy of the moment and to the group holding the energy.
Satsang is no longer limited to in-person sitting. That is one way, and it’s a beautiful way.
But the world has changed, and now there are other ways that we can connect with each other, each of us bringing our experiences and our understanding from wherever we come from.
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