Initial silence is followed by spiritual instruction on the unperceivable, inconceivable, formless nature of the Self and the inquiry to realize Self-knowledge. Dialogues on the nonexistence of the ego and the eternal nature of the existence of the Self and its Knowledge, freedom from the dream of multiplicity, absence of obstacles on the spiritual path, death and immortality, liberation from suffering, and other topics. Concludes with a recitation in Sanskrit and English of verses from Ashtavakra Samhita.
***** Satsang Quote *****
The questioner asked about moving to another location to solve a problem and Nome explained that since the problem is in the mind it will not be resolved by moving.
Nome: So you must go to a place where the mind cannot follow, some abode where words and thoughts cannot grasp and turn back. If you are in the Satsang Hall here, and fall asleep and you dream that you are elsewhere and you are in difficulty because you are elsewhere, you have to get back to where you really are. It is just like that with Self-Knowledge; you imagine that you are somewhere else or someone else and you need to get back to where you are, that is to who you are. The path to do so is not external, it is Knowledge, Knowledge of yourself. While it is an entirely formless path, it is deep and very clear.