Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction on the nature of the mind and pure Consciousness. Dialogues on practical Self-inquiry, freedom from misidentification with the body, the mind and the Self, desires and happiness, everyday life and Brahman, the one Knower, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from the Mandukya Karika and in Tamil from chapter 25 of the Song of Ribhu.
Quote from the Satsang:
Nome: When we think of something casually we say we know it. When we do not think of it, we say we do not know it. True knowledge is otherwise. It is beyond comprehension and lack of it, ignorance or knowledge. How can the Consciousness be comprehended and how can it not be comprehended when it is knowing, knowing all the time? So whether one thinks “I know it” or thinks “I do not know it”, if he inquires “for whom are such ideas” he passes beyond all of them. Inquiring “for whom” the sense of reality and the sense of identity and the sense of happiness return to their origin. Do you comprehend? (laughter)