SAT Calendar of Events
SAT events are wonderful opportunities for profound absorption in Self-Knowledge to experience the deepest happiness, freedom, and peace.
The SAT Temple is open only during the events listed below.
Please note: Due to covid-19, no prasadam or beverages (including water) will be served at the events for now. Devotees, if they wish, can bring their own food including utensils, napkins, and beverages on Sunday’s.
- This event has passed.
December 10, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
One event on November 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm
Meditation, readings by Nome, puja to Lingodhava with chanting of devotional songs, followed by prasad
Significance of the Beacon (Bhagavan):
“Getting rid of the “I am the body” idea, turning the mind inward, and merging it in the Heart to realize the real, non-dual Light of the Self (to realize the Self as non-dual Being and the Light of all), is the real significance of seeing (darshan of) the beacon on Annamalai, the center of the universe.”
Significance of Arunachala: (Muruganar)
“The appearance of Annamalai in front of Brahma and Vishnu and their utter distress at not being able to know it symbolizes the Heart Center (the Self), which shines of itself, while the intellect and the ego are nonplussed seeking it.”