THE CALL OF THE WILD:
SERMONS FROM A MADMAN
“The silent Satsang yesterday felt strong. Almost immediately when we sat down in silent Satsang, I was filled with an energy so strong that it felt like I was surrounded by an almost physical energy field.
I almost felt like I was going to levitate, like the energy was so compact that I could not sit still on the floor. It was like the Satsang danced, it was living its own life. It felt ancient, powerful and beyond control. And in the middle of everything, a loud and wild laughter grow, which I had to fight to keep back. It felt like I would never stop laughing if I began.
When Giten sounded the bell that the Satsang was over, I had to concentrate to come back in one piece, remind the body of the frame, and remind the head of the room, of the here and now.
After a while, it worked, and the effect was that I felt happy, calm and full of love after Satsang.
– Prem Mukta, Stockholm
Giten lectures about a variety of topics of concern for the modern man during Satsang weekend, December 11-13, 2015, in Stockholm for example love, joy, relationships, acceptance, understanding, intuition, healing, trust, creativity, friendship, spiritual growth, evolution, society, life, meditation, silence, spirituality, mysticism, truth, wisdom, death, unity with life, God and enlightenment. He also talks about a number of spiritual teachers and traditions such as Vedanta, Yoga, Tantra, the chakra system, Tao, Buddha, Lao Tzu, Patanjali and Jesus Christ.