Satsang is a Sanskrit term which refers to holy company. When two or more people gather together for spiritual practice, there is great benefit both individually and collectively. There are many ancient Vedic chants that extoll satsang, assembling together for meditation and singing the glories of the Divine.
Satsang is held on selected Fridays during the year and is limited to women only. The three to four hours we spend together include opportunity for chanting, singing, contemplation and meditation, storytelling, spiritual dance, and sharing of offered food.
One of the primary tenants of Vedanta is Unity in Diversity. Our members and friends draw from diverse spiritual traditions, personal experiences, cultural backgrounds, the creative arts, as well as academic disciplines. We are young and old, multi-ethnic, married, single, students, career women, mothers and grandmothers, and retired women. Thus, we become a source of inspiration for one another.