Initial lengthy silence is followed by spiritual instruction about the nature of the Self and the Knowledge of Reality. Dialogues on the nonexistence of the ego and the false supposition of its continuance, good qualities and being transcendent of the qualities, Self-inquiry, the unreality of the mind, 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 7.
****** Quote from Satsang ******
The mind cannot do the job of knowing yourself. To ask it to do so results in all kinds of spurious suggested answers from it. You and your real nature are thought transcendent, beyond definition of any thought. So whatever is thought of, whatever set of thoughts that you attempt to devise as a definition, will always fall far short and be unsatisfactory. Believing what you think to be true, believing that what you think is what you are, is the cause of so much confusion – the doubts. They survive until you question them. Deep questioning should lead you back to the nature of the questioner and bring you to the point that, as Sri Bhagavan states, you doubt the doubter. So you need not worry about what you question, but you should be very careful as to what you leave unquestioned.
*Note: MP3 and CD do not contain the Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu