Sadhviji’s Divine Satsang: Comforting Words for Heartbreaking Sadness
On a rainy, wintry night on the holy banks of Mother Ganga, we retreat to the Sacred Garden at Parmarth Niketan for the warmth and wisdom of Sadhviji’s Divine Satsang, a chance for us all to get the answers to life’s questions that we’ve been looking for as we go deeper into our spiritual path.
In tonight’s first question, one of our global family living abroad wonders where our self-esteem comes from? Great question! And, in response, Sadhviji beautifully explains that most people’s self-esteem comes from confidence in what they can do – but, that’s not really self-esteem. Watch and listen as she shares what self-esteem really is – and, how you can always make sure that you have plenty of it!
Next, a question from a family member in the Sacred Garden asks what is the purpose of our lives, and another family member in the Garden wonders if it’s necessary to learn a formal way to meditate. In both instances, Sadhviji provides the inspiring insights that have helped so many people all over the world to transform their lives.
Another family member in the Garden who has just been orphaned as an adult asks for words of comfort as she deals with the grief over her recent loss. With compassion and warmth and so much love, Sadhviji beautifully explains that “there is a beautiful place for the tears and the pain, because it means that we loved so much and we lived so much in that love.” An incredibly touching and understanding moment!
Finally, is it okay to meditate at night, before going to bed? That’s the final question of the evening, and Sadhviji’s answer is the beautiful end to a night of divine wisdom!
Tune-in every night for Divine Satsang with Sadhviji from the Holy Banks of Mother Ganga! And, take some time to revisit previous sessions of Satsang by scrolling through the timeline on this page – so many amazing and precious Drops of Wisdom available right at your finger-tips!