This satsang commences with a lengthy silence followed by spiritual instruction regarding the significance of silence in Self-Knowledge. Dialogues on the Knowledge-essence, Self-inquiry and thought-transcendent Knowledge, freedom from misidentification with the body, the true source, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from Aparokshanubhuti, followed by Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu, chapter 4.
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Questioner: There is already an apparent second “I” that thinks that it can lose track of the Self.
Nome: And if through inquiry you penetrate into the heart of that ego “I”, only the Self is found to exist. The innate Knowledge, which is self-luminosity of pure Consciousness, is never interrupted. This Consciousness itself is the Knowledge in Self-Knowledge. It is not something gained or lost. There is no one answering to the name of “I” who can say I know it thus or I do not know it or I half know it and half do not know it. The Knowledge it not a relation between you and the Self. This Self itself is the Knowledge. Being is knowing. Prana Jnana Brahman –Brahman is supreme Knowledge.
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