Satsang Archive

Coming together in truth | taught by Josef Shapiro

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Course description

Satsang is a Sanskrit term that comes from sat meaning "true" and sangha meaning "community." It's about gathering together to be with truth, and with each other. 

While the vast majority of zen is a solo practice, shared experience, group intention, and community support also play a role.

This "course" is actually an archive of zen talks offered live to Clear and Open Members. These talks provide ongoing support and guidance for those on a meditation path as taught in Meditation For Awakening. To learn more about becoming a member click here.

Satsang typically begin with about ten minutes of meditation/inquiry, then a talk, and then Q&A, time permitting. Members are encouraged to email their questions in advance so they can be considered for the topic of satsang.

Josef Shapiro
Josef Shapiro

Josef's Clear and Open approach shows top leaders and changemakers how to look continuously inward for the answers, and more importantly, how to apply what they’ve learned to improve every aspect of their lives and their business. Josef’s methodology includes deep coaching, radical introspection, meditation, and other tools that allow you to create meaningful change—from the inside out.

Course Curriculum

2020
71:55
1.5.21 The Nature of Intention
1.5.21 The Nature of Intention
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Interested in this course? Email us at hello@clearandopen.com