Tag: calm


Dropping Into Hearts - group picture of the 5 women who participated in Public Visual Satsang #63 against a backdrop of their colourful visual maps from self inquiries.

Follow up from Public Visual Satsang #63. Unfortunately due to complications from a power outage, there will be no recording for Public Visual Satsang #64 – although it was a beautiful gathering and I thank those who came and processed!  See below for the video, timestamps, summary, visual maps and date of the next Public… Read more »

You’ve Got This!

Christina Merkley YouTube cover for public visual satsang #56 with Christina in front of participants against a blue back ground with visual maps saying "You've Got This!"

Every few weeks I offer a non-dual (oneness) gathering, where we process the ups and downs of life, during these transformational times. Here’s Public Visual Satsang #56, hosted on Friday, February 10, 2023 – You’ve Got This! Two brave friends do beautiful processing – was very moving and ultimately joyful! With the Satsang community right… Read more »


Public Visual Satsang of December 28, 2022 Cohort of 3 attendees and their visual maps

Every few weeks I offer a non-dual (oneness) gathering, where we process the good, bad and ugly of our times. Here’s the follow-up on Public Visual Satsang #54, hosted on Wednesday, December 28, 2022 – Breathe into the Fire. See below for video, timestamps, summary, visual maps and date of next Satsang – all welcome!… Read more »


May’s Public Visual Satsang from Thursday, May 5, 2022. 00:00 Welcome and Meditation 17:00 Inquiry: Go with the Flow 36:47 Inquiry: Children in the Stars 1:04:38 Inquiry: Lighter and Brighter 1:35:18 Date of Next Satsang & Close Summary: Three inquiries in a row, all with themes of softening control … in order to lighten, brighten… Read more »


Faith, Community and Love Transmission, Visual Satsang

Below is the most recent Process Popup held Friday, March 18, 2022. SUMMARY: We begin with ten minutes of Meditation to settle into Stillness. Next are Reports. Then our agenda organically emerges from the shares. 1. First up is a welcomed newcomer, Evelyn. While she may be new to us, she’s certainly not new to… Read more »