[Please note date change. See latest news for more information]
These five weeks of Open Satsang with Mooji offer a powerful opportunity for many beings to be immersed in the energy field of Satsang. The Satsangs are free and open for all who are called to discover who they truly are. During Satsang, Mooji speaks with seekers of Truth as they bring forward any burning questions, doubts and testimonies in relation to their search for lasting peace, joy and liberation.
Mooji is unlike anyone else you are likely to meet, for his presence shines with an immediate and undeniable light of clarity, wisdom and profound love. It is a presence which radiates such warmth and true authority that it spontaneously awakens a direct recognition in those who are open to experiencing the love and impersonal awareness that they themselves are and he is.
Since realising the Self through the grace of his master, Sri Harilal Poonja (Papaji), Mooji’s entire existence is dedicated to guiding sincere seekers of Truth into total freedom. Through clear, non-dual pointing to the living Truth, we are led into the direct experience of our timeless nature as unborn Awareness. Every human being has this eternal purity inside, and in Satsang it is being unveiled.
While the schedule is subject to change, the Satsangs are generally offered Wednesday to Sunday (not Monday or Tuesday) from 10am-12pm. More information can be found here. Please note that the Satsangs begin on Thursday 16 February.
As we are expecting increasing numbers of beings coming to Satsang in Rishikesh this year, we are asking those planning to attend to register by filling out this simple registration form.
Registering will help us plan a smooth entry flow and to provide seating and viewing for as many beings as possible. Please note that registration does not secure you a place as Satsangs are free and open to all. However, your registration will be of great help to us and will also give you access to the latest news about these Satsangs in India. We would like to remind you that those attending Satsang must arrange their own food and accommodation.