Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction on the ever-existent nature of the one Self that transcends the body, the mind, and the ego. Dialogues about Self-inquiry, dreams, doubting the doubter, the one Self forever devoid of an alternative, freedom from misidentification with the body and the mind, and other topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from the Svetasvatara Upanishad followed by Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu.
****** Quote from Satsang ******
The belief gets all of its power, all of its sense of reality, from where?
(laughing) It is believed to be something, but is it really that something?
The power of belief is tremendous. It can make even the unreal appear as real and the real appear as unreal, but turned inward it serves a divine purpose. It should be turned inward towards its source, the source is the absolute. Being absolute, it is unchangeable without modification and cannot possibly be in relation to or dependent upon anything else. Is there an obstacle dividing the snake from the rope? Is there a difficultly reaching the rope because the snake keeps getting in the way?
*Note: MP3 and CD do not contain the Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu