Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction about that which is eternal and true and how to realize it by Self-Knowledge. Dialogues on true knowledge and actual experience revealed by practice, the one Self, thought and Consciousness, freedom from fear, Self-inquiry, the essence and purpose of the Vedas, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from Ashtavakra Samhita.
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Nome: When you know a thought, whatever that thought may be, and you feel that it is, you are experiencing it, from where does the sense of reality in that derive? The thought does not declare its own reality; you know it and you have to say that it is so, that it is real or existing. From where does that knowledge or sense of reality derive? The thought form vanishes and another thought form eventually comes, the same sense of luminosity or knowing and the same reality are there but they donít belong to the thought. The thought is relatively inert, a form with no substance, said to be a modification of Consciousness but the Consciousness itself is forever unmodified. That solid substance is you so you can utterly abandon the idea of a conception or a division of the Self, a boundary of thought and you on the other side. There is no boundary and there are not two selves.