This satsang was part of the celebration of Adi Sankaracarya’s Jayanti at the SAT temple. Initial spiritual instruction focuses on the significance of “Changeless, I, indeed, am I,” which occurs fifteen times in Sankara’s Brahma-Jnanavali-Mala. Dialogues on Self-Knowledge and Self-inquiry. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of the full text of the Brahma-Jnanavali-Mala (The Rows of Garlands of Brahman-Knowledge) composed by Sankara.
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It is indeed in wondrous grace that great Sages such as Adi Sankaracharya and Sri Ramana shine forth. They reveal a profound knowledge, Self-Knowledge. This Self-Knowledge is the revelation of blissful immortality. This Self-Knowledge is the revelation of Reality, Brahman. When realized, it is found that Brahman realizes itself. If we can grasp even a particle of the teaching of that Knowledge, then ours is a happiness that is uncaused and without end, a peace that is never disturbed and an immaculate innate state of freedom.*Note:
MP3 and CD do not contain the Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu