Integral Satsang is informed and inspired by the Integral Vision of Ken Wilber and other integral thinkers and sages such as Sri Aurobindo, Hegel, Schelling, Gebser, etc. While traditional Satsang focuses on the realization of True Self, Integral Satsang adds to it an exploration and acknowledgment of the Fullness of the manifest realm and the human condition.
In Integral Satsang we acknowledge reality as a spectrum of matter, life, mind, soul and Spirit and explore and enact the human condition in its many dimensions such as spirituality, everyday life, physical exercise, work, money, sexuality, emotions, relationships, culture, society, environment, creativity, life purpose, soul searching, etc. Meditation, prayer and contemplation are equally valued in Integral Satsang.
In his Integral Satsang, Anandamali uses the spectrum of True and Full Self and its corresponding worldspaces to help practitioners be both free and full. Topics covered include enlightenment of spirit and enlightenment of mind, three faces of God, playing with perspectives and worldviews, exploring states of consciousness, re-descovering True Self, Wilber-Combs Lattice, Brown’s vantage points, Deperna’s developmental cube, etc. Anandamali’s Integral Satsang starts with silent or guided meditation followed by a talk and group integral inquiry.