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(formerly Satsang Premananda)
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Live SatTV recorded at Open Sky House.

In English only


ABOUT JOHN DAVID (formerly Premananda)

Finding no fulfillment in career and relationship in England, and driven by a deep question inside him, John David began a spiritual journey. After many years he eventually arrived in India at the doorstep of his master, Papaji. Here, twenty years of spiritual searching ended when the Self revealed itself and he saw that this was his true nature.
     Today, John David is a spiritual teacher, artist, author and filmmaker living in Open Sky House, an International Spiritual and Arts Community that he founded in Germany in 2004. Here he holds regular retreats as well as broadcasting live SatTV via the Internet three evenings a week, www.sattv.tv.
     You can engage in dialogue with him by entering into the meeting live using SKYPE. During the week you can ask questions by email: tvquestion@meetingjohndavid.org, which he will then answer in the next meeting.
     John David's books include Papaji Amazing Grace and Arunachala Talks. He has published three books from his deep love for India and Sri Ramana Maharshi, which also have companion films: Arunachala Shiva and the Blueprints for Awakening series, Indian Masters and European Masters. He has recently completed his new book, The Great Misunderstanding, and finished directing and producing the film Satori: Metamorphosis of An Awakening. His latest film project, the accompanying film to the book 'The Great Misunderstanding' , is now available. For more information, please visit: www.openskypress.com.
     He is an unusual character, full of fun and lightness with the possibility of a sudden storm at any moment. Many love him to bits and others find him outrageous. He is never boring but not always able to see when he is too much. He would love to invite you to come and make your own assessment!

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