Satsang means 'a spiritual discourse or sacred gathering'. The purpose of a satsang is to recognise the truth of who you really are and have always been. This is an invitation to gather together to explore and enjoy more deeply the sensations of now as the Beloved, which includes everything; the universe, our bodies, time and space. This will be a beautiful meeting in Truth that rewires your nervous system as you align with Awareness.
Join Isaac Shapiro for an enlightening and very special satsang...
Thursday 14 May 2020
19h00 - 21h00
R150 / R240 (bring a friend)
Please note: Tickets are only available at the door
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About the host:
Isaac Shapiro, from Australia, comes to SA once a year and has been holding satsangs for over 20 years. He has a beautiful talent of showing us ourselves, including the habit patterns that dominate our reality. When we start to see the unconscious patterns of our mind, we start to also see what is possible beyond that. An evening with Isaac is bound to start shifting old patterns, making room for a new way of relating with Life.
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"Isaac has shown me that there are many patterns and perceptions in me that make it difficult to stay with Awareness and that when I start to truly meet and feel my vulnerable heart it starts to free up energy so that I can relate more and more as love. Seeing and being with myself as I am has improved my self-knowledge and I’ve grown stronger and more confident. The more capacity I develop to be with things as they are, the more I can love and be present. On his week-long retreat in the Drakensberg I also had a very powerful experience where for three whole days I felt no fear, only profound joy and love. That experience showed me how it is possible to live and it changed my life forever." Pippa
" Isaac has shown me what it means to live from the heart, unconditionally being with the moment however it is unfolding. Giving space for all the patterns and conditioning to reveal itself as they are without trying to change them and recognizing the stillness in everything. This witnessing and inquiring with love continues to have a profound impact on my life." Isabella
"Isaac has inspired me to trust the truth and perfection of every moment, as it unfolds in my body and being." Annika