Satsanga ( In Sanskrit - Sat = true, Sanga = company) In Indian philosophy Satsanga literally means The Company of the "Highest Truth," or The Company of a Guru, or Company with an assembly of persons who listen to, talk about, and assimilate the truth and calm.
This also involves listening to or reading scriptures, reflecting on, discussing and assimilating their meaning, meditating on the source of these words, and bringing their meaning into one’s daily life
Friendship with a spiritual person is also a form of satsang only. Thinking of God or divine thoughts, reading spiritually inspiring books, visiting a temple or place of pilgrimage are other forms of satsang.On a deeper level, satsang means to be with or remain associated with the inner quality of sattva or purity.
For centuries, in India, various mystic traditions and Masters have created space where seekers can commune with the Master, imbibe His energy and silence, and seek answers to their existential questions. Just as a burning lamp can light hundred other unlit lamps, so can the presence of a Master light the flame of awareness in seekers who commune with him. Master's words become a medium to engage the seeker's mind with the master while His silence and awareness engulf the meditating seeker to plunge deeply into his being. Satsang is an opportunity to commune with the Master and His energy. During the course of Satsang the seekers sit in silence with the master, ask their existential questions, do chanting and singing (kirtan), dance, dive in laughter and seek His blessings. Satsang deepens the silence within the seeker, opens the heart, and heals the seekers' psyche. The Master's energy creates a energy field, termed as Buddhafield by the Master OSHO, in which seekers can sit quietly and feel the Master's vibes. In the Buddha Hall of Satya Sadhana Sansthan, the seekers sit within the Buddhafield of Guru Samdarshi in His or without His presence and feel meditation sink deeper and intensely.
Mystic traditions worldwide, and especially in India, have created the process of Sannyas or Initiation whereby the Guru initiates the seeker onto the path of Truth and the seeker makes the commitment of awareness, of meditation, to the Master. It is also the announcement by the disciple that he is offering his head, his ego and mind, at the Master's feet.
Master Samdarshi initiates the seekers into Sannyas on the following days every year and seekers are welcome to participate in the sannyas celebration.
Buddha is emblematic of meditation and the places of meditation were termed Buddha Hall by Master Osho. The Satya Sadhana Sansthan has a spacious Buddha Hall where meditations happen throughout the day until late in the evening.
It is also the place for satsang, sannyas and celebration. Over a period the space within the hall is suffused with the Master's and the seekers' meditative energy, a Buddha Field which creates a conducive milieu for seekers to plunge deeply into meditation and experience one's inner being profoundly.