The Course of Meditation is a celebration! We come to oxygenate body, mind, and spirit and to taste the joy of being. All human beings are looking for happiness. Every day, underlying our every activity, including at night when we dream, the quest to be happier is ever there. But the more we search for happiness the more it eludes us. It may seem irrational, but happiness does not depend on external factors and circumstances. It is inherent in our natural state of being. The feeling of unhappiness, separation, and sadness are projections of the mind and are not real. Unfortunately we live in this illusory atmosphere of thoughts, sometimes even for all life long. Continue
Satsang is searching the way back home and finding out that we have never far from home. When we abandon every false idea we realize that even holding onto the right ideas doesn’t bring us anywhere. Satsang is simply letting go of imagining. It is offered as an invitation to see everything as rays of the same sun, the sun of awareness.The apparent entity, whether we call it ‘me’ or ‘I’ or or ‘ego’, is seen for what it is: a simple thought, a ray of awareness, without any independent existence. Realizing the absurdity that the ‘I-thought’ is the one conducting the show unmasks it’s dense reality, and what remains is a profound sense of well-being, the freedom from being subjected to the mental tyranny.