Anyone who has ever attended an exciting seminar, retreat or spiritual workshop will be familiar with this phenomenon: During the break times, small groups form outside the actual event, in which interesting “side conversations” take place.
Wer schon mal an einem spannenden Seminar, einem Retreat oder einem spirituellen Workshop teilgenommen hat, dem wird dieses Phänomen bekannt sein: In den Pausenzeiten entstehen außerhalb der eigentlichen Veranstaltung kleine Gruppen, in denen interessante „Nebengespräche“ stattfinden. It can also happen that the instructors themselves are involved in such side conversations. Those present then take the opportunity to ask questions on certain topics or simply to be attentive. There is an atmosphere of extraordinary intensity, combined with a greatly heightened awareness. In such a transformative field – depending on the maturity level of the listener – a kind of transference of consciousness can occur. Suddenly, connections become apparent to the listener that would never have opened up to him or her in the usual way. In India, people are well aware of the potential inherent in this phenomenon. It is quite natural for the people there and is called Satsang. After there was increasing feedback during my event, such as: “It’s a pity that others couldn’t experience this now.” or: “It’s a pity that we didn’t record this.”, the idea arose to simply recreate corresponding events virtually. The podcast “Conversations with Ganesh” was born.