Satiama was founded to offer tools to assist each of us to cultivate and honor our true selves and our true nature; to increase our respect, compassion and love for one another and for Mother Earth; and to foster and cultivate our connection to something greater.
Palmer Lake, CO (PRWEB) April 22, 2009
"The audacity of hope" gets a lot of airplay these days. We've all heard the phrase, but sisters Karen and Susan Stuth exemplify it. They had the audacity to launch their startup this month, in the midst of worldwide recession. They compound this audacity by committing their scarce resources to market - sensitively - the best of emerging artists and spiritual teachers. They have the audacious hope that spiritually-inclined people will check out their new website, http://www.satiama.com, and enjoy the spiritual tools and talent available there.
No matter what your spiritual orientation, there's something at Satiama for everyone. Even if you have only a few minutes to spare in a hectic day, go to the Satiama home page and click on the "Satiama Sanctuary" link. It's a free and instant respite from workday stress. In the Satiama Sanctuary's current offering, called "Love," vivid photographs from M. Cory Gordon's journeys in Southeast Asia and South America are combined with hauntingly beautiful music, "Shakyamuni Buddha," sung by Yoko, to create a visual and aural prayer for love. Satiama will be adding new Sanctuaries with different themes and images on a regular basis.
To enjoy the Satiama Sanctuary, click here: http://www.satiama.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=68
"It is a passion project conceived and nurtured by two sisters with a shared vision to provide spiritual tools to those involved in a personal journey toward something greater," Susan said. "Satiama was founded to offer tools to assist each of us to cultivate and honor our true selves and our true nature; to increase our respect, compassion and love for one another and for Mother Earth; and to foster and cultivate our connection to something greater."
Karen and Susan believe that there are many ways to obtain spiritual nourishment and inspiration beyond merely the written word. "Satiama is dedicated to supporting those persons whose work, whether through photography, the written or spoken word, music, art, music or any other medium, encourages and proivides us with spiritual inspiration in our daily journey and personal evolution," noted Karen.
Satiama is accepting submissions from authors, teachers and artists. Please visit http://www.satiama.com and click on Submissions for details.
For more information:
info @ satiama.com