Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction on the infinite nature of the true Being of the Self and how spiritual experience comes from within. Dialogues on spiritual qualities, spiritual practice, discrimination of one's actual state, search for the illusory ego and realization of the one Self, freedom from suffering when the body is affected by disease, the bodiless nature of the Self, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from Ashtavakra Samhita.
***** Satsang Quote *****
Questioner: How do I unveil the Self when I’m walking around?
Nome: By abandoning the “I am the body” notion that makes you think that you are walking around. That involves a keen discrimination, or an inquiry, in which you turn inward to determine what your real nature is. It has nothing to do with walking around and walking around does not interfere with it. There is a how and there is a precision to the path, but as was stated in the beginning, spiritual experience and likewise practice, wells up from within and is not something that happens to you. If it were something that happens to you, it could be spelled out in objective terms. Just because it is not objective does not mean it is not precise. Just because it is formless does not mean there is not a practice.