Non-duality and the Living Method of Awakening

Satsang with Vincent J. Fortunato

A monthly Friday evening series beginning September 13th, 2019

Satsang is a Sanskrit term meaning “gathering together for the truth,” or, more simply, “being with the truth.” It refers to a group of like-minded people who engage in a spiritual dialogue. 

Non-duality has its roots in Advaita Vedanta (non-dual knowing or just “not-two”) and the earliest of the Upanishads. Recently however, the non-dual approach has experienced a resurgence of popularity beginning with the early-mid 20th century teachings of Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta and is now an approach adopted by many contemporary spiritual teachers of different religious backgrounds. 

Non-duality is a non-sectarian approach that points directly to your true nature much like the teachings and practices of Buddhism, but without the various cultural contexts that one often finds with different schools of Buddhism.  

Each month, we will provide you with an opportunity to realize your true nature directly. Meetings will consist of a brief talk, a demonstration of the Living Method of Awakening, and time for questions and answers.

Suggested Donation: $20

Upcoming (tentative) Fall Schedule (2nd Friday of each month)

Friday, September 13: Introduction to non-duality and the Living Method of Awakening

Friday, October 11: Neti Neti: What you are not

Friday, November 8: Alive, Alert, and Aware: What you are

Friday, December 13: Post Awakening: Common pitfalls and misunderstandings

Doors open at 6:30 and Satsang begins promptly at 7pm. Tea and cookies will be available before and after Satsang. For more information, contact Vincent at vinjishuryu@gmail.com or visit www.dragonspearl.org.

Vincent J. Fortunato is the guiding teacher of Dragon’s Pearl Sangha and has practiced Zen Buddhism and non-duality for over 30 years. He meets privately with individuals to assist them in waking up to their true nature and then stabilizing in that awareness.

Flyer: Non-duality Satsangs v2

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