Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction about how Self-Knowledge is the Knowledge of Reality and the nonexistence of an ego-self in the One Self. Dialogues on the self-luminous nature of the Knowledge of Consciousness, the destruction of fear by Self-inquiry, the nature of Being and the absence of individuality in the Realization of “You are That,” and other spiritual topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from Annapurna Upanishad, followed by Tamil recitation from Song of Ribhu, chapter 16.
Quote from the Satsang:
Nome: The fear that you would not be able to get to yourself is not vague but consists of a distinct idea. The idea can be traced to whatever you’re regarding as your identity. Someone who cannot get to the Self – what are the definitions of the “someone”? … Though the only obstruction, if such can be called, is the definition ascribed to the individual, including his individuality. If that is destroyed by any means, the egoless Self is found to be alone existing. You find that it is “you” and there is no “other you”. It is entirely a matter of what you regard as your very identity.