This clip is an extract from Papaji’s satsang of 8 February 1993 Reesa from Boulder asks Papaji about dreaming, “Is it the ‘I’ returning in the sleep state?” Papaji beautifully guides her to the moment in-between waking and sleeping. Another devotee asks, “How is it that the teachers speaking of the same Truth, who are enlightened, […]
“Wherever you are, you are in Consciousness and Consciousness is within you. You have to worship the Purusha, this Cosmic Being within you. ” This Satsang from 17th November 1992 begins with Papaji giving a wonderful and emotional talk on the historic background of Buddhist worship with an emphasis on honouring everything that comes into […]
“Behold the Inner Flame, eternally ablaze within the cave of your own heart and in the hearts of all beings. There is potential in all the beings to be Buddhas. Don’t look back into the past, that this Siddhartha became Buddha. If you reject all those desires of the past and put a stop and […]
“Who is the witness of all the activities, individual activities? Who was the witness before the creation of the universe, before the beginning of the creator itself? Who was the witness? Who is now the witness of what is going on? And who will be the witness after the dissolution? What is this witness?” In […]
This long and exceptional Satsang, divided into three parts, starts with Papaji giving the analogy of Buddha to illustrate how a strong desire for freedom can and will burn all other desires. Papaji encourages everyone to honour this desire, “Everyone has Buddha nature in him and everyone is Buddha itself. If you are fully 100 […]
In this satsang from 24 April 1993, a young boy asks Papaji about imagination. Papaji tells the story of Buddha remembering all his past incarnations. “This imagination is good for this imagination. This imagination is still working. We will lose this imagination also. This imagination will end on freedom only. Who is imagining? From where […]
One of Papaji discourses (Om Shanti) at the beginning of Satsang in 1992. This discourse includes the story of Buddha and King Yagnavalkra. P
Papaji describes how we can all realise our own inner-wisdom by letting go of external attachments.
Papaji beautifully answers a question about grace.