08/22/2010: Being is Knowledge

Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction about Self-Knowledge, its nonobjective nature, Self-inquiry, and the nonduality of the Self. Dialogues on worship of a personal God, practices other than inquiry, the nature of a soul, Self-inquiry, Silence and the teachings, the I and the illusion of differentiation, Knowledge of Reality, infinite Consciousness, transcendence of time and the mind, the manifested characteristics of one liberated in life, the potency of questions, and other topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from Ashtavaka Gita.