3/28/2004: The Self Alone

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Begins with a talk about the nature of the Self, how the Self alone is real, and the inquiry that reveals this Self. Dialogues on no-creation and creativity, elimination of tendencies, the inquiry into the I, and destruction of misidentifications, transcendence of the body and the prana, the value of repeated exposure to the teachings, simultaneous listening, reflection, and meditation, and Self-inquiry and the nature of the mind. Concludes with verses in Sanskrit and English from the Tejobindu Upanishad.