PREMODAYA VIDEO SATSANG LOS ANGELES
From this month's Video Satsang:
“No one, in my world, in my way of looking at things—what I’ve come to in my understanding is— no one has the right to take life (and that includes their own life).
Life is over soon enough (snaps fingers)—like that! There’s no need to rush it, by taking your own life. I’m against all suicide for any reason— any reason. Life is over quick enough. That’s really my view. Life is over quick enough. It’s over pretty darn quick. You’ll be surprised.
I would say, about myself, that I probably did not truly enter spiritual life (I might have thought I did, I don’t really remember), but I would have to surmise, I would have to assume, that I hit a new level of spiritual life—after I took suicide off the table… There became a point where I became aware of the ultimate sanctity of life, the ultimate sacredness, and the fact that you do not (if you look at it my way), you do not have right to end any life. That includes the life of a mosquito”.
These deeply intimate meetings provide the rare opportunity to come together for inner exploration and going beyond the self. Satsang supports and promotes self-knowledge, transformation and true clarity. Seekers of all ages and stages come together as a community of support and sharing, forming a milieu conducive to truth and inner peace. Strangers quickly become friends in the loving atmosphere of Satsang, as we come to experience what lies ‘beyond the self’ in each one of us.
Everyone is most welcome—the cost for the evening is by donation.
This video Satsang is recorded from a past event with Swami Premodaya.
TIME/DATE: Thursday, May 30, 2013, 7:30 - 9:00pm
10751 Rose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90034
The room will be open 30 minutes prior to the event. Please arrive early to allow time to be seated before the Video Satsang begins.
COST: By Donation
“The most powerful teachings available…
beyond anything I would have thought possible.”
~ Vivien Bonzo, Restaurant Owner
“…All your addictions can be dealt with ~
even the ones to suffering and to unlove.
And yes, even your addiction to selfishness."
~ Bodhisattva Shree Swami Premodaya