Before Self-Discovery or Realisation comes Self-Inquiry. Being interested to find out "Who am I really?" Unveiling and sharing the Truth of who and how we are is what these meetings are about.


Friends in Truth - SATYAMITRA

Meetings with Adima

Revealing and sharing truth in silence & contemplative dialogue


"Nothing
you have ever done
or not done
can prevent or provoke
the truth
the beauty
the completion
of who you are.

It is so close that we usually overlook it."
(Adima)

 

About the Meetings

In an atmosphere of inner and outer silence we explore who and how we truly are.

We share experience - which is from the past - and take a look beyond the known, which points into the middle of this moment.

The Here and Now truly has no rules or concepts. Mind does not fit into it. The freedom to be a beginner in every moment, allows life to live you. In this way life naturally expands into a multitude of divine and human possibilities.

Don't believe any of this. Come and discover for yourself!

All themes and questions are welcome, concerning so called normal daily life as well as spiritual issues and especially clearing misunderstandings around enlightenment, awakening, realisation and other expectations on perfection of divine or human qualities in us.

Open public meetings last about 2 hours

No prerequisites

Donation at the door

Everyone is welcome


Meaning of 'Satyamitra' (Satya 'Truth', Mitra 'Friend').
To me (Adima) this Indian word Satyamitra expresses something of the awakening around the planet. Sharing truth as friends is a big challenge to heart and mind. It requires equality without same-making, wisdom of discernment and authentic openness.


Self-Inquiry / Self-Discovery
is about “Who am I really? What is true?” This inquiry invites personal honesty and revelations of universal truth.
In ruthlessly facing the truth about how we are as a human being (this is our program) within who we are as divine consciousness (this is presence in full awareness in the moment), liberating realisation is possible.


Review
from a long time fellow traveler and guest of satsang meetings:
"Adima can see and bring out the good in the faultiest person. She also unmasks in loving and humorous ways what is faulty in the most "holy" person. Somehow she makes a range of very different people very interested in their true nature. That happens with an astonishing ease - but leaves no escape."


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There are no videos in English yet. Satsang videos and interviews in German from 2004-2014 you can find here

If you like to host meetings in your area contact us. Live musicians welcome, please contact us.

 

 

 

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