This interview from 8th November 1993 contains some of the most precious, concise and profound teachings of Papaji and addresses a wide variety of topics. Papaji’s replies to Pete Wilson’s questions reflect the wisdom of one who directly knows the truth of Being, and are filled with the humour that endears him so much to […]
Papaji gives the analogy of the play of samsara by telling the story of a guru who sends his disciple to fetch water and the disciple getting engrossed with his own thoughts.
As it is told in Indian scriptures, life is like a play (Leela) and it is best not to get attached to anything that comes our way.
Papaji removes the concept of time or Yugas (epochs according to Hindu philosophy). This extract is part of the interview by Peter Wilson “Who wants to know?”