Satsangs ouverts à tous avec l'Inde

Welcome to Satsang with Moojibaba

This event is now finished. You can watch the Satsangs and Chant Sahaja in the Recordings tab. For translations, please select your language from the dropdown in the top right of the page.


All times are in Lisbon timezone (UTC). If you are unable to watch Satsang live, the recordings are available immediately after the live broadcast finishes on the Recordings page.

Saturday, 26 February 2022
9:30     An Invitation to Freedom
10:00    Satsang with Mooji
15:00    Chant Sahaja

Sunday, 27 February 2022
9:30     An Invitation to Freedom
10:00    Satsang with Mooji
15:00    Chant Sahaja

Satsangs vary in length, usually running between 1.5 – 2 hours, but may also be also longer or shorter.

About Chant Sahaja
These traditional chants and bhajans from the Monte Sahaja Sangha are a joyful call and response singing of different names of God—the Supreme Self.

Some years ago, while walking along the banks of the Ganga river in Rishikesh, Moojibaba was struck by the authentic, simple and joyous Bhajans emanating from a small temple. His heart filled with the sweet chants of Lord Krishna’s name he sat quietly in a corner of the humble building. As he walked home, a powerful desire arose inside his heart to bring this soulful music and its spiritual atmosphere to Monte Sahaja, the Centre for Self-realisation in Portugal—and so was born Chant Sahaja, which has become an intrinsic part of daily life at Monte Sahaja. 


These two Satsangs with Mooji offer a powerful opportunity to be immersed in the energy field of Satsang online. Broadcast live from Monte Sahaja in Portugal, these Satsangs are free and open for everyone who is called to discovering who they truly are, and abiding as this timeless Truth.

During Satsang, Mooji guides, challenges and responds to questioners with wisdom, love, humour and searing honesty. Through Mooji’s presence and direct pointings to Truth, the unfading love, joy and peace that so many are searching for are revealed to be our very nature and Self. Every human being has this eternal purity inside, and in Satsang it is being unveiled.

The live broadcast is being offered through Mooji TV, with those in India having the opportunity to join Satsang on Zoom. For many years, Moojibaba has travelled to India to share Satsang, first in the holy town of Tiruvannamalai at the foot of the sacred mountain Arunachala in South India, and later in Rishikesh, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas beside the sacred River Ganga. This made it possible for seekers of Truth from all around the world to be in Satsang with Moojibaba. As it hasn’t been possible for Moojibaba to travel these past two years, these online Open Satsangs are being offered out of our  love and connection with Mother India and the Sangha family living there.


The Satsangs are in English, and live translation is available in hindi (हिन्दी), français, italiano, português, русский, and español for the broadcast. Hindi (हिन्दी) translation will also be available on zoom.

This translation service is being lovingly offered by non-professional interpreters joining online from around the world, and the quality may vary. It is helpful for some participants to listen to Satsang in their native language, however there is always the possibility that some of Mooji’s words or meaning is missing or not translated perfectly. Naturally, Mooji’s own, unfiltered words are the highest and most powerful transmission, but many have benefitted deeply from listening to the live translation.

Some useful tips:

  • It is good to bookmark this page in your internet browser so you can easily find it
  • If the live broadcast or recording is buffering (a circle appears in the middle of the player) it is good to refresh the page
  • You can change the quality setting of the stream you are receiving in the lower right corner of the player. If your bandwidth is healthy it is good to set this to at least 480p or HD

“Be where seeing arises from, where even the function of seeing is seen. Remain rooted in this unseen place. This is your Self and your home.” ~ Mooji

Ways to Join

There are two ways to join these Satsangs:
The free live broadcast is open to all, while those living in India were invited to apply to join via Zoom.

Join via Live Broadcast ~ Open for everyone
You can watch the live broadcast in the live player at the top of this page, and the recordings will be available afterwards on the Recordings tab and Mooji TV.

Join via Zoom ~ Applications are now closed
These two Satsangs are being offered out of our love and connection with India and the Sangha living there. Those in India were invited to apply to join satsang on Zoom.

If you applied to join on Zoom: We will let you know by Friday, 25 February at 7.00am India time if it is possible to join on zoom. Please note that spaces are limited, so we may not be able to accommodate everyone’s preferences.


These Open Satsangs with India are for those who are genuinely drawn to Self-discovery. This environment is not for the merely curious, but for those who have a sincere and wholehearted commitment to Self-discovery. Each participant is asked to follow these guidelines which are in place to facilitate your awakening.

  • Approach the Satsangs with the understanding that it is not a casual event—it is for those who are earnestly seeking Self-realisation in this life.

  • We highly recommend to be familiar with the guidance offered in An Invitation to Freedom, which can be found here.

  • For those on Zoom, please present questions to Mooji in a simple, open and honest way—come as though this is your only opportunity for freedom, and get to the essence of what your burning question for freedom really is.
  • As much as possible throughout the weekend, move quietly with your attention resting in silent awareness. This greatly supports you making the most of your opportunity.

  • Satsang is not a replacement for any therapy or other medical treatment or diagnosis. If you are currently receiving or have previously received any medical treatment or therapy for issues related to mental health, Satsang may not be suitable for you. If you have a history of serious mental health conditions, it is not advisable to participate in Satsang without ensuring it is reasonably safe to do so. Please check with a specialist healthcare practitioner whether attending Satsang is suitable for you at this time. More information can be found here. 

Those joining on Zoom: You agree to have your image and voice recorded and possibly used for the sharing of Satsang on DVD, mp3 and on the Internet. All recorded material will be used to serve Satsang only. Images of all individuals will be treated with the utmost sensitivity and respect.

Contact & FAQ

If you have any questions or technical difficulties joining the live broadcast or Zoom, you can contact us here.

The contact form also provides answers to some common questions, as well as troubleshooting help.