“If there is nothing to do, and nothing to know, you are where you are. Keep quiet wherever you are. Don’t give rise to mind, to thought. And once it is done, don’t trouble yourself. And don’t trouble the mind also.” In this beautiful Satsang from the 8th of January 1993, Papaji gives clear guidance […]
“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 […]
In this powerful satsang from 22nd of November 1992 Papaji discusses the underlying cause of suffering: the notion that “I am the body.” He explains how to remove that belief and to realize the immaculate nature of Being. He eloquently discusses the essence of all that appears, which he defines as Consciousness, Presence, or Truth. […]
OM LET THERE BE PEACE – OM SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI – CONSCIOUSNESS In this discourse from 14th January 1993, Papaji speaks about consciousness. In an instant of time, consciousness experiences vast infinite periods of creation, endlessly, but is not affected by any happening or non-happening. Within the consciousness there is no difference between subject […]
Extracts from Papaji discourse (Om Shanti) of 30/11/1992: Freedom is not possible without renunciation. And we see for ourselves how all those in ancient times who were seeking freedom they had to renounce everything: kingdoms, queens. You must have burning longing for freedom, then the sutras are going to help you, also the satsang. What […]
Part 2 of Papaji Satsang from 30/11/1992 For Part 1 see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0YaC…
In this powerful discourse at the beginning of Satsang on the 17th December 1992, Papaji addresses Emptiness. Papaji: “The inherent nature of gold is to be carved into shape. There’s no difference and no such thing as multiplicity and unity in the gold. Consciousness, emptiness can take any shape. Whatever it thinks so does it […]
Papaji uses the analogy of a fish in the water crying “I am thirsty”, to describe that Consciousness alone is, always.
Papaji discourse (Om Shanti) at the beginning of Satsang on 7 January 1993 – where he explains that there is no question of multiplicity or unity as Consciousness alone is the substratum of the universe.