A Partial Teaching on Satsang
Conduct of Satsang
Process and Procedure
Satsang means a gathering together to sit in prayer to GOD.
Literally, “sat” means ‘true’ and “sang,” means ‘to sit together’.
When in Sangat, each one benefits by the effort made by the other members of the group.
Each member of the Congregation who recites OMNMNKAAAR, receives benefits equal to the total number of times OMNMNKAAAR is recited.
When you recite OMNMNKAAAR, you must open your mouth and make your recitation audible in your own ears.
OMNMNKAAAR spoken out audibly and heard in your own ears opens your inner ear to the voices of all other persons who are reciting OMNMNKAAAR at the same time.
The Accountant hears your voice in his ear and marks your attendance.
At the same time, if other people are also reciting OMNMNKAAAR, your accountant will hear those and count each of the other voices heard through your ears. Accountant, then credits the same in the account of your Atma as 1 + 5 or 1+7 or 1+96 or whatever be the number.
Similarly, every body+mind sitting in Satsang will get credit every time he or she recites OMNMNKAAAR from all the other persons present and actively taking part in the Satsang.
Satsang allows you to participate in a common conversation with GOD.
Satsang is to be taken and conducted with Respect.
Satsang is a period of Joy.
Anyone can conduct and attend Satsang.
There will never be any charge for attending Satsang.
You may not use any intoxicating substances before or during any Satsang.
Recite OMNMNKAAAR and conduct The Prayer at the end of Satsang wherein one person reads out the words of The Prayer and all present repeat the same.
Pravachan is a learning event useful for those persons who attend Satsang with Him.
Satsang should be conducted daily at a fixed time and place every day.
Whoever is available should attend and draw the benefits for himself or herself.
There is no prescribed dress for Satsang.
You can attend Satsang as you are.
There is no prescribed level of personal cleanliness for attending Satsang.
Females and males are equally competent to conduct Satsang and The Prayer thereafter.
All persons attending the Satsang will sit at the same level.
If benches, stools or chairs are provided, they should be straight-backed to avoid slouching.
Wearing of shoes due to weather conditions is also permitted during the Satsang.
There will be no musical instruments, songs or entertainment before, during and after Satsang.
No person is permitted to interfere with any other person before, during and after Satsang.
There will be no rank, social position or any other kind of discrimination before, during and after Satsang.
Every Atma is equal to every other Atma and therefore, the body+mind of one is equal to every other.
The young and the old, the male and the female, the rich and the poor shall all sit in Satsang together without any kind of segregation.
Families may sit together in Satsang.
The head and face must be uncovered before, during and after Satsang.
You must look at the level of your eyes when in Satsang and Prayer.
Do not bow your head nor lower your eyes.
GOD will come and stand or sit in front of you in Satsang and during your prayer and look into your eyes.
Do not disappoint HIM, your maker.
Similarly, The Teacher may look into your eyes, do not disappoint Him.
For The Teacher is your guide in your journey through life.
Some of the Partial Teachings are listed here from the Index:
- A Partial Teaching on GOD
- A Partial Teaching on Atma / Soul.
- A Partial Teaching on Janam and Jooni.
- A Partial Teaching on Salvation
- A Partial Teaching on Atma at The Court of The Chief Judge
- A Partial Teaching on Sin
- A Partial Teaching on The Story
- A Partial Teaching on Purpose of Life
- A Partial Teaching on Carrying Out The Life Task by Atma / Soul
- A Partial Teaching on Time