Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction about the identity of Brahman and the Self and the nature of the tapas that reveals it. Dialogues on freedom from the concepts of being bound or free, intention and effort in spiritual practice, unwavering peace transcendent of circumstances, one’s true home, nonobjective concentration and Self-inquiry, belief and Reality, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from the Chandogya Upanishad and in Tamil from chapter 36 of the Song of Ribhu.
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If you disappear from the situation it will still appear to “you”. How can you really disappear? Such complete disappearance is indicated by the Maharshi’s answer to his Mother, the final sentence, “The best course is to remain silent.” The nature of that silence is that in which there is no wrong identity, no “I” notion, no ego. If you can disappear like that, all will be well. It is not circumstances that pull you out of the Self. It is the thinking in your mind.
*Note: MP3 and CD do not contain the Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu