Satyananda will be offering online Satsangs via Zoom from Thursday 31st March to Saturday 2nd April 2022.
Satsangs usually start around 10am UK time and last up to 1.5 hrs. They may extend beyond the scheduled times.
Please follow the Zoom Satsang link at the bottom of this page to join, or use the Meetings ID and password.
Make sure you have a Zoom account first. The link at the end of this text will give you access to the Satsang waiting room from 15 minutes before starting time.
We have tried to create a format that resembles physical Satsang as closely as possible. Please find a quiet spot by yourself and tune into the spirit of Satsang.
Before you enter the virtual Satsang room, check that your camera and speaker are turned on. We recommend that you use earphones for best audio. Please have your first name in your profile, so you can be identified.
Once you have joined the Satsang, please select speaker view. That means Satyananda’s image during Satsang will appear large in the middle of your screen.
Your microphone will be muted to avoid noise interference.
To ask a question, please raise your hand digitally by clicking on the small hand icon on your screen. If you don't see that icon, click on 'Participants' and look for the option 'Raise hand'. Wait for Satyananda to invite you to speak. Your microphone will then be switched on.
To respect privacy and confidentiality we ask that you do not contact other participants in any way during Satsang. Please do not record or take screenshots and do not advetise or promote material/events during Satsang.
All Satsangs are audio and video recorded (only Satyananda's image is on the video). The Satsang Foundation reserves the right to use this material for future publications/broadcasting.
Online Satsang with Satyananda Thursday 31st March - Saturday 2nd April 2022
Meeting ID: 862 8804 6014
Please donate before you attend Satsang.
We suggest a sliding scale of £5 (concession), £10 or £20 per person per Satsang according to your ability. Smaller, larger or regular donations are also very welcome.