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Application to Attend Retreats at the SAT Temple

Application to Attend Retreats at the SAT Temple

 

The orientation with which one approaches a spiritual retreat at the SAT Temple is very important. It influences what is absorbed and determines what is experienced. In preparation for the retreat, be certain to consider the importance of these aspects of your approach:

  1. Ardent practice of or sincere interest in the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi and Advaita Vedanta.
  2. An understanding of the spiritual value of this Jnana (Knowledge) and the sacred opportunity to receive upadesa (spiritual instruction).
  3. A comprehension that there is profound depth revealed in silent meditation.
  4. Bhakti (devotion), humility, and a keen awareness of Grace.
  5. Perception of the sacredness of this Siva Temple consecrated to Self-Knowledge and naturally conducting oneself within it accordingly.
  6. Recognition of the spirit and essentialness of Dana (generous giving) and arpanam (offering).
  7. The earnest desire for the Realization of Brahman, the true Self.

Register online using the form below. Or you can print and mail/email the PDF form.

In the form below, fields marked * indicates required.

Please indicate which retreat(s) you wish to attend:

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Please read the following and type your name below to indicate agreement with it:

I understand that the Society of Abidance in Truth (SAT) is not responsible for the physical and mental well-being of the participants at the retreat(s) being held at the SAT Temple and that I am free to come or go at any time. I also understand that SAT assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the safety of any facilities that I may visit or in which I may stay or for any activities in which I may engage during the retreat.
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