Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction about the Self’s nature as free of the ideas of “you,” “I,” or anything else. Dialogues on the importance freedom from misidentification with the body, the nature of happiness and freedom from desire, true Knowledge, mind-transcendent inquiry, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from Annapurna Upanishad, followed by Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu, chapter 16.
Quote from the Satsang:
Nome: Experience, good or bad, free or bound, does not actually come to us at random or by fate or even by free will. If you investigate deeply, examining the working of your own mind, you will find that your experience derives from the definitions that you hold of yourself. Once you have ascertained this with certainty and steadiness, you are then in a very good position to inquire to determine if those definitions are true about you… Merely observing that the ideas of past experiences are not relevant now will tend to be a weak approach and cannot be substitute for Self-Knowledge.