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Topic of discussion: Study of SSRF article 'Spiritual practice (first section of articles on this link: http://www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org/articles/id/aboutspiritualresearch/spiritualpracticefordevelopingsixthsense)'
Prayer and chanting - 5 min
Introduction of new seekers - 5 min
Theory topic: Study of SSRF article 'Spiritual practice (first section of articles)' - 40 min
Sharing of spiritual experiences - 30 min
Subtle experiment - 10 min
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Total connections available: 15 Total already booked: 1 Connections remaining: 14
Date: Sunday, 10 March 2013
How: Via Skype's Free Internet Telephony Voice Conference Service
Prior registration is required for joining the Satsang.
Call will be initiated 10 minutes before actual Satsang time.
Please do not initiate a call to SSRF as we will be calling you. Send us a chat message instead.
Late participants will not be allowed to join the Satsang.
If a PDF file is provided for Satsang, kindly download it before the Satsang.
Participants are encouraged to actively participate in each session to obtain the maximum benefit from the Satsang.
Please ensure that your mikes are working. In the event of a technical problem you could interact using Skype chat.
Please keep your mikes on mute throughout the Satsang unless you are speaking.
Questions related to the topic of the day will be given priority over other questions.
Practical questions which will help in your spiritual practice are encouraged, rather than intellectual, theoretical ones.
The objective of these SSRF Skype Satsangs is to guide those curious, who have an intense desire for spiritual growth and God-realization, and to take them ahead on their spiritual journey.
We welcome you to join the Satsang!
How to attend?
Step 1: Register your name
Step 2: You will receive an email confirming your booking and an invitation from SSRF's Skype ID. Attend via Skype
Note: SSRF reserves the right to deny permission to anyone to attend this Satsang in case if any inappropriate behaviour is noticed.