…Satyaa expressed an intense love for music, arts and dance. She studied piano, classical and modern dance and later on, after completing a musical high school, she studied visual arts at the University of Beaux Arts in Geneva, Switzerland. Her love for arts continued and expanded into a deeper longing to find out more about herself which brought her to the Ashram of Osho in the late 80s. This was the place to be in those days, a place pulsating with life, experiences and adventure.
The encounter with the mystic Osho brought her love for music, dance and arts altogether to another level of understanding and expression: it opened the way to meditation and the beyond.
When Osho left his body in January 1990 she was led “by grace”, as Papaji from Lucknow used to call it, to him. She stayed with this Master for many years near him in the town on Lucknow. Satyaa´s love for music was intensified by his presence and she often performed for him, while he was often calling for her to sing or dance in his satsangs. In Lucknow she participated also in several musical productions of Bhajans and devotional songs, like “Be A Lion” or “Nowhere”, the latter she did together with a Lucknow-friend and great musician, Gunnar from Denmark.