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…
Papaji’s wonderful way to deal with the mind: “…there’s no mud to sink in, first of all. Head is thinking, head is stuck up with the mud. Already the cross is there also. Mud is there, already the cross is also in the head… This clip is part of the compilation titled “Who is Giggling?”
Papaji removes the tendency of the mind to cling to the outside, even for spiritual direction.
Papaji explains that it is normal for the mind to become very active when a person is quiet and that by not giving into it, the mind will finally totally subside.
In this video from 9th February 1993, a devotee called Dayanand writes: Truth cannot be known by my mind and emptiness cannot be experienced by me. Papaji tells him that if the mind cannot know the truth, get rid of the mind. Papaji continues, “Don’t touch it. Leave it aside for one second and watch […]
In this extract from 29th June 1993, Papaji speaks about ending the outward tendencies of the mind and making use of this instant.
In this extract from Satsang of 4th May 1993, a man called John from Norway writes that Papaji has finally given him hope to become enlightened and that he will try to become Buddha. Papaji firmly explains that both doubt and hope take one to the past as they are both expressions of the mind. […]