Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction on what the real identity of the Self is. Dialogues on the self-luminous nature of Consciousness, friend and Guru, consistent Self-inquiry, transcendence of the world, and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from the Ashtavakra Samhita and in Tamil from chapter 29 of the Song of Ribhu.
****** Quotes from Satsang ******
If he helps you find yourself and thus relieves you of the very possibility of suffering forever, such is not merely a friend, even the best of friends, but a Sat-Guru; a true Guru who reveals the Truth. Even in silence He reveals completely the Truth, and the power in each of His words is the power of Brahman. Understanding even one particle of what He graciously reveals, if it can be divided into particles, is enough to bestow bliss without end and peace without end. The magnitude and depth of His instruction and of what in Truth He is, is beyond measure. It is quit indescribable. We give Him---That---a name such as grace or absolute Knowledge and such, but really It goes beyond all kinds of description. We speak of Him as He but no matter how much we pack into the definition of He, it is not enough. The Vedas say that one portion or one quarter of Brahman manifests as this entire universe and the other three quarters or the major portion remains utterly unmanifested, unspeakable, and inconceivable; it is just like that with the Guru.
*Note:MP3 and CD do not contain the Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu