This is one of Papaji’s discourse (Om Shanti) at the beginning of Satsang on October 5th, 1992. Papaji speaks about two approaches to realizing one’s innate freedom: the first is Ajagar Writti, or complete silence and stillness, and the other the path of Yoga (eight limbs) and intense effort. Papaji gives the examples of a […]
This is Part 2 of Papaji’s Satsang from August 20, 1992. Papaji guides an Austrian woman into self-enquiry and gives her the name Uma. “Everything will dissolve into emptiness. Even this thing, this ‘I’ itself is a concept. When you remove this concept all other concept has to be removed.” He then tells the story […]
An amazing gathering took place in Lucknow between the 8th and 13th of October 2010 to honour and celebrate beloved Papaji’s 100th birthday. On Papaji’s birthday, Anoop Jalota performed at Brindavan Farm. This is one of Saint Kabir’s songs, “Jhini Re Jhini,” which Papaji loved.
In this satsang from 28th March 1994 Papaji answers a question about surrender: “It is absolutely necessary that you surrender to the Guru like the kitten to the mother. Satsang is the raft that carries you across the other shore of Samsara. Don’t worry about the waves and sharks. This raft is the perfect vehicle […]
In this extract from Henner Ritter’s interview on the 14th January 1993, Papaji quotes Kabir to explain that when we are quiet life will take care of itself with abundance.
In this satsang from 8th July 1993 Papaji asks Yamuna to sing the song by Kabir “Ghungate Ke Pate Kohl.” Papaji sings along and beautifully translates the meaning of the song. It’s a very beautiful song in which Kabir declares the diamond is here and now and you are searching elsewhere. And you will never […]