(Combining Sat, Satya, and Yaatraa)
pure being or existence; being, good, virtuous, chaste, the third
word of the famous three words: om tat sat, refers to what is truly
real, eternal and permanent, used to mean God or the soul; [from
the Sanskrit verbal root as to be] Being; the real, the enduring
fundamental essence of the world, "for Sat is in itself neither
the 'existent,' nor 'being.' Sat is the immutable, the ever present,
changeless and eternal root, from and through which all proceeds.
But it is far more than the potential force in the seed, which propels
onward the process of development, or what is now called evolution.
It is the ever becoming, though the never manifesting...
truth, real, genuine, honest, sincere, truthful,
faithful, virtuous, upright, goodness, purity; an oath, a promise, a solemn
declaration; Supreme Spirit - creator brahma; Fulfilled, realized; the
abode of brahma-dev and of Truth which is the uppermost of the seven lok
(domains); Satya is non-injurious to all creatures; that which is non-violence;
that which bestows all desires.
journey or pilgrimage to a tirth for realizing the objectives one
has in mind related to aadhyaatmaa of one's existence, meaning life's
aspects dealing with one's aatmaa (soul) and aatmaa's life journeys
in which karma-fal (fruits of karma) is incurred and accumulated.