Ault's New Directions: Satsang and Mystery School
Mar 30, 2019 02:15AM
The Rev. David Ault, an Atlanta spiritual leader, is offering a new monthly Satsang, a Sanskrit word for “gathering together for the truth,” and a mystery school. The offerings are Ault’s first since he stepped down as dean of the Spiritual Council at the Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta in December.
Ault held his first Satsang in February. Each includes a teaching, a discussion and a meditation. Ault’s March Satsang focused on the topic of scapegoating and featured the music of Haji Basim.
Satsangs will be held on Tuesday nights. The next one is scheduled for April 23 at Ault’s office at City of Light, 3125 Presidential Parkway, Suite 300, Atlanta, 30340.
Ault’s mystery school, which he calls Imago Dei School of Conscious Mastery, offers an opportunity to go deep into study with a small cohort of students. The first module, Spiritual Reformation: Building an Inner World of Trust, is scheduled to begin the weekend of April 12 to 14. It will continue for one weekend each in May, June and July.
“A modern-day mystery school is a vehicle for fundamental and holistic reawakening,” says Ault. “Its purpose is to ignite personal dominion, building an interior world of conscious— evolutionary thinking.”
The Spiritual Reformation module will take students through “personal analyzation and self-healing practices” and comes with the mantra “do less and be more.” Tuition varies by payment plan and starts at $1,650.