Katie Davis ‘Awake Joy’ Pt 1 to Pt 3


KATIE DAVIS is a Spiritual Satsang Teacher and Author, who offers non-dual satsang and who has helped people worldwide to realize greater joy, love, inner peace and true fulfillment in their lives.

At the heart of these spiritual teachings is a spiritual awakening from the ego state of consciousness, its time and separation. We realize a deeper consciousness that already lies within and that is one of harmony, unity, true love and great peace.

Through effortless being, self-inquiry and presence, Self-realization is a true possibility for every human being. This transformation is a requirement for lasting happiness and is ultimately the end of psychological suffering. It is also the key to the resolution of world conflict.

Katie Davis offers non-dual satsang for those seeking spiritual enlightenment and self-realization. These teachings are consistent with non-duality, advaita and self-inquiry. They point to the absolute reality or the spiritual truth of who we really are. Katie’s teachings are pragmatic in nature and speak as the very Heart of Advaita.

In 1986, Katie Davis, author of Awake Joy, encountered a spontaneous and radical awakening, without practices or teachers. At the time, she had never meditated or heard of awakening or enlightenment. She devoted many years to understanding and integrating the radical spiritual realization. She began sharing in 1999, when someone asked for help.

Katie Davis travels worldwide to share with people the possibility of self-realization in the form of talks in spiritual gatherings, non-dual satsang, intensives, silent retreats and private appointments.

Katie is a Keynote Presenter, offers talks at organizations and churches as well as serving in scientific research communities.

Katie Davis ‘Awake Joy’ Pt1

Katie Davis ‘Awake Joy’ Pt2

Katie Davis ‘Awake Joy’ Pt3

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Sokuzan Bob Brown
    Mar 22, 2012 @ 11:23:47

    I call these people like Katy Davis, Suzanne Segal, U.G. Krishnamurti, Byron Katie, Eckart Tolle and even Ramana Maharshi, spontaneous realizers. They have not, you could say, ‘worked” for this in a meditation practice in this life. So the several years of integration is necessary after the initial “wake-up”. Then there are others who work for 40 years practicing meditation, before they realize “this”.. Same, same, same. There is only this, whether you see it now or later. Your story is beside the point. Good luck.

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