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Swami-G: Namaste. David: Namaste, Swami-G. Swami-G: Now we get here and there’ll be nothing, nothing that comes out. David: We’ve already had our conversation at lunch. Swami-G: Exactly. At lunch we had a great conversation and that’s...
David: Well, sahaja samadhi, since you brought that term up, as I understand it, is the end of all awakening. There’s nothing to awaken to, or beyond, after the dawning of sahaja samadhi, which is just a natural state of living moment by moment,...
David: It's no longer a choice. It's not even a knowing. It's not even a "realization." Swami-G: No, because there has to be a persona to have a realization. David: Exactly. Swami-G: It's not something that one realizes and no persona is...
David: There's a constant stream of Bliss-Filled Consciousness that is arising, transmitting, entering into other beings, helping, helping constantly; without question and answer; without even asking for it. Swami-G: Yeah. Well, that happens....
Swami-G: (petting her dog) He's pretty dark. You can't see him under there, my little chocolate boy. Swami-G's student: Roger, look this way. Now, you can see him. We've got a good shot of him, so he's in the audience, too, but he's not asking...
David: What kind of society would you see as an indication of a healthy and spiritually awake group of human beings? Does that take any particular form in your mind? Does the question even make sense? Swami-G: I think, in one way, yeah, and in...
Swami-G: So, what we were saying while the camera was off was that when realization takes place, everything falls away and no longer are you male or female, at that point. It's just Absolute. It's just straight Consciousness. It's like intellect...
Swami-G: We've said on this path we have two different things. I don't give specific practices to those that are in relationships, because what happens is, they have a tendency to go inward too quickly and then they wanna become silent. They're no...
Meditation is a great mystery. It's a profound and unfathomable topic. The subject of meditation is the nature of the Self. The object of meditation is also the nature of the Self – and -- it is also that which unites the subject and the object...
So one really does become like a child before that Vastness. Once meditation is truly triggered, it keeps on happening spontaneously, over and over again, until this Self-culmination of profound awaken-ness occurs. This is really an ecstatic...

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