Global Groups

Bring the teachings of Sat Shree to your own community

Sat Shree encourages New Dharma participants, worldwide and locally, to begin their own Bhagavad Gita, Mother Book and silent sitting groups. Hosting a New Dharma Global Group is a way to support your own personal growth and to receive and give support to each other. Sat Shree’s teachings and audio transcriptions, audio recordings and video teachings for the Gita and Mother Book are made available for use by these groups at no cost. 

Facilitate a New Dharma Global Group

Sat Shree has found that when people connected to him conduct a Gita or Mother Book global group a remarkable spiritual acceleration occurs not only that person but in the group they are facilitating. Although anyone can apply to be a Global Group Facilitator, Sat Shree is the one who gives the final sanction to do so. His only requirement is your connection to him and a sincere commitment to serve in this way. Ultimately your role as a facilitator is to become a channel or instrument for his Force and teachings. You soon discover that the more you can get out of the way and let the Force do the work, the more truly you will be serving Sat Shree and the mission of New Dharma.

Please keep in mind that although the guidelines that follow cover many of the nuances of facilitating a group, in essence the role is quite simple. You show up, put the chairs in a circle, sit quietly in Presence with the group, and use Sat Shree’s revelations and the Gita as the lens to inquire into your own experience in life and on the spiritual path.

If you are interested in starting a group, please send an email to newdharma@gmail.com letting us know what type of group you’d like to facilitate and someone will contact you.

Facilitator Criteria

  • Prior participation with Sat Shree in a program
  • Feel aligned with Sat Shree and his teachings
  • Affinity with the Bhagavad Gita and/or the Mother Book
  • Willingness to follow instructions on how to host a global group
  • Capacity to hold Presence; to be in responsibility
  • The ability to bring your spiritual capacity into your material (lived) life