Self-Knowledge Satsang, September 24, 2016

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From our weekly satsang 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, always starting with Ramana Maharshi, and finishing with something from our long-time teacher, Nome of Society of Abidance in Truth – SAT, in Santa Cruz, CA.

Ramana smiles on his deathbed

Ramana smiles on his deathbed

Talks on Sri Ramana Maharshi: Narrated by David Godman – Patience, Tolerance and Forgiveness

This is a talk David Godman gave on the edge of the Palakottu tank. It is a collection of stories that illustrate his contention that Ramana Maharshi was remarkably tolerant and forgiving when it came to judging and responding to wayward behavior by his devotees.

Other Nondual teachers

Mooji – Knowing your True Self is more important than controlling your mind

Mooji explains why controlling your mind is not as important as many people think. It’s knowing and resting in your True Nature that is the most important thing.

Nome: Free From Difference

One Self exists, indeed it is existence itself. Differences are born of imagination. Once differences are imagined, any number of causes can be supposed for them, but the causes are as illusory as the differentiation. Listen to Nome and inquire into differences you see – and imagine. Each of these is known; Who is the knower? Who am I?

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

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