Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction on the certainty of Being and Self-Knowledge. Dialogues on desire and happiness, changeless Existence beyond the three states, freedom from misidentification with the body, no second self, what is real, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from the Mandukya Upanishad and Karika and in Tamil from chapter 24 of the Song of Ribhu.
Quote from Satsang:
Nome: In a waking state of mind you have the perception of a body through the senses which are in turn just another form of that state of mind. When the state of mind changes so does all that content. Such change is inevitable. Existence is not like that. It remains without increase or decrease and without wavering regardless of the state of mind. A body appears; Existence is. A body disappears; Existence is. With the rise of the mind or “I” a body appears. With its subsidence the body disappears; but Existence itself is invariable before, during and after all of that. If we simply don’t identify with anything in the three states of mind: waking dreaming and deep sleep, what is it then? If no such misidentification occurs, such is true Knowledge.