Weekly Satsang, July 23, 2016


We hold satsang weekly at our home in Mexico, in the Ajijic area near Guadalajara. We watch several short nondual and Advaita Vedanta videos from a variety of sources, and finish off with something from our long-time teacher, Nome of Society of Abidance in Truth – SAT, in Santa Cruz, CA.

Rainbow over Arunachala

Ramana: Ramana Maharshi – Abide as the Self (Part 2)

This is the second half of a longer Ramana Video. A special collection of rare photographs enhances Ramana’s presence and captures the compassion and grace of one of the most respected sages of our time. The inspired narration by Ram Dass provides an overview of Ramana’s teachings. Also included are interviews with many Ramana devotees, including Papaji, and others, Very worth watching.

Other nondual voices: Lama Lena 2013

On the mind, Drogzen, Tibetan Buddhist. This is a teaching the is very close to that of Advaita Vedanta, as taught by Ramana Maharshi.

According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Dzogchen or Ati Yoga is the culmination of the path and the instructions point to the primordial, open and natural state of the mind. Dzogchen or the Great Perfection are extraordinary teachings: pointing out instructions and meditation practices which facilitate the realization of our innate luminous awareness. Anyone interested in formless non-dual meditation will find these teachings of benefit.

Lama Lena (Yeshe Kaytup)
With nearly 40 years of Dharma study & practice, Lama Lena is known as a teacher of Direct Mind Perception Meditation. Her informal style of teaching is clear, precise and direct, as well as practical and humorous.

Nome: Always

That which you truly are, you are always. Not only is That immutable, it is eternal. What, of you, is eternal? What has a beginning and end, a birth and a death, cannot your very existence; you existence does not cease to be at any time.

If you want, take a few minutes and inquire. Use the spiritual depth you may have gained from listening today.

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