Tony Samara

Preparing for and Integrating Future Change

Samhain Blue Moon Satsang – explore and practise meditation together.

Meditation teacher and mystic Tony Samara combines the modern and traditional in his work, using humour, humility and patience to motivate and empower others to tap into their own courage, insight and inner strength.

Growing up in England, Tony Samara was a curious child. He loved asking questions — big questions like, “Why am I here?” and “What’s the purpose of everything?”This exhausted those around him, but he kept inquiring until one day, it occurred to him that the answers he was do desperately seeking weren’t going to come from external sources. “I realized at some point, around the age of 15, that the answer must be in a more subtle place than outside in the world,” he says, “So I started looking inside of myself and inside of consciousness through meditation.” Tony went on to join a Zen Buddhist monastery in California.

He then travelled all over the world, learning different spiritual practices and techniques of expanding one’s consciousness. By 27, he was at a comfortable place in his journey and felt ready to share what he understood.

In the decades since, he’s taught hundreds of thousands of people about meditation.

While much has changed since those early years, the deep curiosity he had as a child remains.

The Journey Begins Podcast

Samhain Blue Moon Satsang – explore and practise meditation together.


Sun 1st Nov

I believe that we live at a very crucial moment in humanity’s transformation and I want you to move beyond the old paradigm and discover your power, your freedom.

I believe we are at a point of such transformation that we can no longer wait for someone else, or something else. I believe that we are creators and that everyone here is equal and part of that creation. I believe that Love doesn’t live somewhere outside, that the Divine, meaning intelligence, freedom, is everywhere. You, me, we are connected.

I believe that we have to put things into practice. We can’t just sit and watch television or watch life, or watch a relationship and hope it gets better, or wait for it to change.