Seattle Satsang is a group of people drawn to
Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi) who gather each Sunday evening to share
Our weekly satsang consists of opening prayers, chanting the 108 Names of the Divine Mother, bhajans
(devotional singing), a short meditation, offering of the arati flame (symbolic of consciousness) and closing prayers.
After satsang we share refreshments, conversation, and announcements of satsang activities. On the last Sunday
of each month, satsang members serve a potluck dinner at the end of the evening. We also perform seva
(selfless service) through group work parties and projects throughout the year.
The word satsang is derived from Sanskrit: "sat," meaning truth and "sangha," meaning communion, or
being together in truth. Attend Seattle Satsang and meet a community of people who practice Amma's teachings
and find joy in singing together and sharing the gift of seva. Such activities bring inner purification,
strengthen our sense of unity, and impart the fragrance of love and kindness throughout each week.