The Immortal One Comes to Satsang to Wake Up
20 February 2019
In this Satsang, Moojibaba reminds us that that which we are, does not come nor go and points us to that space in us from which everything can be observed to be in the play of consciousness.
Different topics are brought up: the sense of person vanishing only to return again, the desire for all obstacles to be removed, experiencing black-outs since doing the inquiry, and a perceived feeling of being stuck after many years of meditation. Again and again, Moojibaba is unequivocal in his response.
“Start from scratch again, be fresh. Don’t keep relating to things in the past as if they are true now. There are no obstacles; there is not even a way. Your natural stillness is not a practice. It is just a discovery.
At this table, what we serve we eat. As long as there is intention, it is already one step out of who you are. Don’t be lazy to look.”
Music after Satsang: "In the Now" by George & Hazel