Jun 272016


Mid Winter Solstice Satsang
Tue 21st June

Mid winter  – The winter solstice – is traditionally a celebration of the shortest day and longest night – As the darkness and long nights shorten, the days lengthen becoming lighter and warmer, it is a reminder that the darkness of winter will be turning outward towards the light and warmth.

As we are aware on a physical level, the deepest coldest time of winter is a time to be indoors, warm, nurtured, only venturing out when we need to. The nights are cold dark and long, our bedtimes become earlier, the body needs more nurturing and physical warmth, the inner life also can benefit from this time of rest and quiet, preparing for the resurgent energy of the light and warmth of springtime.

There are may rituals and celebrations associated with the winter solstice, they all have a common thread – a  turning of ones attention to the inner light that is still alight in ones heart. This inner light that may have seemed to be dormant is re-connected with and brought consciously outward again into the world.
The Solstice can be used as a time of deep inner reflection and introspection a time to go deeply inward, to reconnect with the light of ones essence, a time of letting go and bring forth the light of renewal.

Everything can be used in service to this that is true – In Satsang we can use this natural impulse of natures rhythm, to consciously turn towards the inner silence and stillness that is inherent as our own self.

Those who joined us in person and via skype, had a beautiful shared, quiet, introspective and reflective evening ~ Namaste Yantra-ji


Jun 202016

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Follow the ‘I’ back to its source – The Silent Self – This alone Is

My beloved teacher Papaji and his teacher Ramana, through Self Inquiry both ask the question, ‘Who am I’?

So let us discover – who is this I ? who is the one who is asking, who is the questioner?

Usually we are distracted by life, by mind, by sensations, by emotions, by circumstances, by tendencies of thought – all of this is the identity, this that is referred to as ‘I’ – I, me, mine, myself, you, yours – is all ‘I’.

True and ruthless Self inquiry starts firstly with knowing what you want – I want to be free – then becoming aware of this ‘I’ that is wanting to be free. This ‘I’, this ‘I’-dentity, this one that wants, needs, this one that pushes, contracts, controls, this one that moves towards, away or against, this one that is identified with survival. Who is this one, who is this ‘I’?

It is useful to bring all of ones cognitive awareness, all of ones attention to this ‘I’ to discover firstly what it is. How can we know the Self if we at first don’t have this ruthless self inquiry of all that we have thought ourselves to be? When we truthfully inquire into who is this ‘I’, we can discover this ‘I’ is not ‘I’ – what is discovered is that it does not even exist at all.

Ramana and Papaji’s suggestion is to bring all attention to this ‘I’ and then to follow the ‘I’ back to its source – what does this mean?

When we are willing to firstly see all that we have associated with the ‘i’, we see what is real and what is false. When we leave the false identity behind, only the ‘I’ itself remains, This discovery then is the doorway, the gate way to the Self.

We can then ask and discover, What or who is this ‘I’?

What is it made of?

Where does it arise?

We discover this ‘I’ that is now not attached to anything, is free – when the truth of the ‘I’ itself is discovered, it too is found to be false, there is no such thing even as ‘I’ – then all becomes just This, this silent stream of life itself,  consciousness itself, This that all is arising and falling back into – the waves on the ocean and the ocean itself .

This that is deeper, un-moving, untouched, is revealed, this silent awareness that holds all, this silent awareness that is it all, this silent awareness that is our own Self.

When you give your attention to the truthful desire for freedom, to the truthful inquiry of who and what is this I, then the depth of silence of your own Self is discovered.

This silence, the Self,  pulls all that is on the surface, all the name, form, identity into itself, into the silence – it is as though it burns everything back into the ash of its own self, becoming nothing, leaving nothing.

My beloved teachers Ramana and Papaji both confirm this, saying – the ‘I’ is destroyed, and This alone Is .

“When you turn toward this supposed entity called “I”

you will find only silent awareness. Take Refuge in that.”

~ Gangaji

Let us come together in this ruthless inquiry, be obliterated in the silence of this one abiding truth – the Silent Self – and discover – This alone Is.
~ Namaste Yantra-ji

Jun 202016



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Informed by Silence, Informed by Love – What is your life informed by?

With so much occurring in the world right now i felt a strong call to share with you right now and ask you:
What is your life informed by? By fear, by sadness, by hatred, by hurt?

Is it possible that your life can be informed by silence, by love?

We are living in times that have us be very aware of and present to the continual suffering all over our planet. Many are experiencing grief for our precious mother earth and the unconscious human forces that cause destruction. Many are experiencing shock at the recent occurrences in Orlando, in the US. Many are experiencing continual despair at the horror of war, genocide and conflict that is ongoingly affecting so many men, women and children everywhere. It seems that there is so much fear and uncertainty, hatred and sadness.

What can we do?

How can we life a life of peace with all of this conflict?

I offered a one-day Satsang retreat ‘Informed by silence, informed by love’ where we had the opportunity to explore and open into the possibility of living life fully, informed by silence, informed by love, being totally aware and awake to all that is occurring, inducing the immensity of planetary and human tragedy.

This is a call for all of us to be real, to be true, to be in our hearts, to allow the silence, the love, the peace that is our own self, to be that which informs and supports all life.

If you were unable to join us in person on this day and yet feel similarly moved, to deepen in Silence, in Love and in Peace – please take a day to sit quietly and explore this for yourself.

Ask, what is here when I allow myself to feel and experience ALL that is occurring?

How do i close to it, how do I block it, how do I justify it, how do I blame, or retaliate, how do I recoil, restrict, collapse, how do I ignore?

Where and how do I allow inner conflict to inform my life?

Where do I ignore or marginalise the inner conflict, that the outer conflict is highlighting?

How do I let the outside circumstances of life inform my life, my actions, my thoughts , my motivation ?

How do the emotions i feel or don’t allow myself to feel, inform my life, my thoughts, my actions, my motivations?

When you allow all that is here as it is, then you can open to what is deeper, closer, untouched by all that is occurring.

What do you discover?

When you allow the silence that is deeper what is here?

Allow this that you discover as your own self to be the impulse that informs all, all of the life.

Recognise the natural silence of your own Self.
Silence is not a behaviour.
Silence is not a practice.
It is the natural perfume of being.
Trying to be still is not stillness.
Find that stillness inside, which simply Is.
There is no one to practice it.
It can only be recognised.
It is here.
It is not hiding.
It is not hurried.
Simply stop identifying with the past, future, present
or with any self-image.
Be open to being nothing.
No thing. So that internally you are simply like a space.
But this is not an inert space, but a space full of aliveness.
Still, don’t define yourself as aliveness.
Don’t define yourself at all.
Simply remain in natural Self-awareness.

~ Mooji

In Silence, in Love, in Peace, ~ Namaste Yantra-ji

Jun 132016

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The Tender Heart

How often we overlook the tender heart, distracted by the mind, the emotions and the body. Let us be real, here, now. What do you notice? What is here? Start with everything, exclude nothing!

What is this mind of yours saying, needing, wanting, what is it trying to get your attention for – stop! Stop now and hear the call of this mind – listen deeply behind the words, beyond the story. What is discovered? What is this mind distracting you from? – Be open to what is being revealed – willing to know nothing  – discover freshly.
When we are fully present here allowing everything , excluding nothing, we rediscover the tender heart – this that the mind has been pointing to, longing for , distracting you from.

What are the emotions that are being revealed, replayed, re-experienced? What are these emotional responses  suggesting, needing, wanting, What are these emotions trying to get you to feel?  Stop, Stop here and discover what is being asked for in the arising and falling of these emotions, rather than getting distracted in a particular one. Discover what this emotional response is wanting . Feel the call of this emotional response – feel deeply behind the emotion, beyond the story that elicits the emotion. What is discovered? What is this emotional response distracting you from – be open to what is being revealed – willing to feel all or nothing  – discover freshly.
When we are fully present here allowing everything , excluding nothing, we rediscover the tender heart – this that these emotions have been pointing to, longing for, distracting you from.

What is this body of yours experiencing, needing, wanting? What are the sensations pointing to – stop! Stop now and experience fully the call of this body – discover what is being asked for in the arising and falling of any physical sensation rather than getting distracted in a particular one, discover what this physical response is wanting. Feel the call of this physical sensation – feel deeply into the sensation, through the sensation, beyond the story that triggers the sensation. What is discovered? What is this physical response distracting you from, protecting you from, or pointing to?  – Be open to what is being revealed – willing to experience it  – discover freshly.
When we are fully present here allowing everything, excluding nothing, we rediscover the tender heart – this that these physical sensations have been pointing to, longing for, distracting you from.

When we are fully present here allowing everything, excluding nothing we start to rediscover over and over again the tender heart. We feel more and more deeply the tender heart, we fall into the surrender of the tender heart .

How often we have overlooked the tender heart  – but now, in the willingness to allow everything and exclude nothing the tender heart is here, the tender heart reemerges, the tender heart is the silent self, the tender heart is the vulnerability, the tender heart is the openness, the tender heart is unguarded, the tender heart is unprotected, the tender heart is unknown, the tender heart is free.

The tender heart allows everything and excludes nothing – The tender heart is your own self loving you, loving all.

Let us meet together here as this one tender heart ~ Yantra-ji

May 302016

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The beauty of Silence

When I sit here to write the personal message I never know what will be written. Some impulse comes into awareness and gets written. This evening as I sit, there is just the beauty of silence itself.

So let us reflect on this – this that is the beauty of silence.

At first when one is silent, there is a stillness that is required. A stillness that is called for in the body, standing or sitting, letting all activity and motion come to rest.

The senses may become heightened to what is perceived.

The sense of sight is slowed down to what is immediate in view. Colours and shapes may appear clearer or diffused. If the eyes are closed there may be the arising of visual stimuli as pictures in the mind. The hearing may become more acute, sounds outside the room, inside the room, inside the body itself become more noticeable. Sense of smell, touch, taste, may become heightened as all other stimuli is reduced.

Then as one becomes more still, all of the senses loose their acuteness, their sharpness, loose their interest, and there is a resting more deeply in the silent aware space that all of this phenomena arises in.

One can then rest in silence regardless of whether the body is in motion or not, regardless of whether the senses are activated or not, regardless of the arising and falling of thoughts or the cascade of emotions – The silence becomes so profound that all seems to be absorbed into the silence, or the silence becomes one with all that is arsing in it.

Then there is just the beauty of silence itself, nothing needed, nothing to be done or undone, just here as you are absorbed in your self, in the silence of the moment, in the silence of the meeting in the silence of the speaking, in the silence of life itself.
Ahhh such a lucky blessed life that we have even had the possibility to know the truth of this silence in this lifetime.

May we always meet here in the silence of this one self ~ Namaste Yantra-ji

This One – The Silent Self:
In the stillness all is revealed
this one
without form
without definition
without boundaries.
This one
that always is,
silent, aware, free.
This one
is silence itself
nourished fully as itself
craving and needing nothing but itself.
This one
that is ever pure
contented and content-less
this is who you are.
I am
this one
the silent self ~ Yantra-ji

May 232016

Day of Satsang with Yantra and Lisa

“‘The day of Satsang with Yantra and Lisa’ – Such a blessed meeting. Such a deeply silent, opening, revealing and enriching retreat.
All who gathered here experienced the blessing, the richness and the depth of silence that was offered through this coming together.

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As you are aware both Lisa and I have been offering Satsang individually over many many years. During these years neither of us have offered in this way together or with another. Our willingness to be here as we are, to say yes, to serve this love, this silence, to be used in service to This. What a blessing in this life time that we get to sit together in silence, sharing and confirming this that is true, this that is always here, this that cannot be touched, changed or tainted by any arising of form – body, mind, emotion, or circumstance.

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Such a wonderful witnessing of the beloveds present, revealing the truth of themselves to themselves, the silent recognition of the self, the confirming of what is true, and reflecting the truth to each other that is our own self. This that is inclusive of all the flavours that show up in this lifetime.

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Such a profound blessing that the silent strength of Arunachala, Ramana’s silence and Papaji’s grace can be palpably felt. It is all Ramana’s stillness and Papaji’s grace, bringing beloveds together, opening them to the truth, the words that come through us, through Lisa and myself are the words of this grace and silence. This blessing is unspeakable. In gratitude and awe, I continue to fall ever deeper in this love with the beloved who has no face, and bow at the feet of the one who has no feet.


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Face of the beloved
Oh joyous discovery
this silence of self –
This that is nothing at all .
Touched so deeply
in this fathomless silence
the discovery of All.
Who is this that is here?
No-one – no-where!
Nothing at all.
What is this that is revealed?
Oh the joyous endless discovery of Nothing
revealing the true face of the beloved
again and again,
once only
and for – All!
~ Yantra-ji

May we always meet as this one self ~ Namaste Yantra-ji “


“We are so blessed to have the opportunity in this lifetime to sit in silence, to reflect, to inquire into the nature of truth and Self. Come home to yourself ! Who you really are at the core, in this very moment, is this that has always been here, this that always Is, the silent unchanging awareness” – Namaste Yantra-ji

May 162016

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The mind is nothing

There is a directness that gets spoken through this form in Satsang, even more direct so it would seem in the recent private Satsang offerings. The most recent very profound and direct conversation was about the mind being nothing. It was strong and intense, direct and clear – This fire of Papaji roaring, the fire of no compromise, the fire of Truth, the fire of fearlessness, the fire of freedom. This is the fire that is blazing here always. Lets be clear – the mind is nothing, the repetition of meaningless thoughts is nothing, it is like shit, of no value, nothing to be concerned with, nothing worth engaging with, nothing worth entertaining – just nothing – and here where you are, here is everything!

I was blessed after this on the same day to view a short you-tube clip of the beloved teacher Mooji titled – “Master Pointing #2: It’s Nothing Nothing Nothing!”. – ( click here to view)

Yes the truth really is so simple – This was the very same conversation I had had with the beloved in the private Satsang this same day and then here it was again – the same truth being reflected by beloved Mooji – in the same words – the mind is nothing – it is like serving up shit – it is nothing – Ahhh the directness of the words flowing from consciousness.

Beloved Mooji says  “Your Mantra from Sri Mooji today: It’s Nothing Nothing Nothing! This is something that is not a practice. It’s a nothing practice that gives you nothing and leaves you as everything – empty, joyful, complete. This is my offering to you today. Namaste. Enjoy a little.”

 In Gratitude I bow to this, this joyful nothing that is all – join us in Satsang as we experience the truth of this together
~ Namaste Yantra-ji


“We are so blessed to have the opportunity in this lifetime to sit in silence, to reflect, to inquire into the nature of truth and Self. Come home to yourself ! Who you really are at the core, in this very moment, is this that has always been here, this that always Is, the silent unchanging awareness” – Namaste Yantra-ji

May 022016

Staying True to this


Staying True to This

So many people both in spiritual circles and in Satsang will say that they know who they are, that they have experienced the boundless, spacious, presence of their own Self, pure essence, the true being, Truth itself, what Papaji referred to as ‘That’ and what I often refer to as This – yet they are often disturbed by the questions that continue to arise – How do I stay here? How do I free myself of the mind? What do I need to do in order to stay true?

Whenever you are immersed in compulsive thinking,
you are avoiding what is.
You don’t want to be where you are: Here, Now.
When the mind is quiet,
All is Self. ~ Papaji

When we love our ego more that the truth, we feel caught, trapped, tricked, at the mercy of life, the mind, thoughts, feelings, sensations and emotions. We feel that there is something wrong with ‘us’, we believe that we are a ‘someone’ with something wrong, that there is something wrong with what is occurring and that something needs to be done – either to fix or heal ourselves ( the somebody ), or to change the situation or circumstances, in order to be whole, in order to be free, in order to find peace ( in order to be a whole somebody, a free somebody, a peaceful somebody.)

“You are the Unchangeable Awareness in which all activity takes place.
Always rest in peace.
You are eternal Being, unbounded and undivided.
Just keep Quiet. All is well. Keep Quiet Here and Now.
You are Happiness, you are Peace, you are Freedom.
Do not entertain any notions that you are in trouble.
Be kind to yourself. Open to your Heart and simply Be.
Those who know This know Everything.
If not, even the most learned know nothing at all.
” ~ Papaji

Satsang offers the opportunity to inquire truthfully into what is here, what is being spoken, and where your attention really is. To inquire into who this ‘someone’ or ‘somebody’ that you believe is real, really is. You ask the question what do you really want? – and you find out what is true – are you willing to give up everything? Are you willing to be no-one, no-body? Are you willing to surrender to this that is unknown? Are you willing to give everything to this that you say you want?
“Question: How to stop Thinking?
Papaji: By Being! (giggles) When you think that you are an object, a person, a body, or some other idea, but by Being there is nothing! Just Being. And Being is already there. You are always Being. To become something you must meditate and perform some mantra, ritual, practice. Just to Be is simple. Without Being you can’t do any practice.So don’t think of anything else. Just Be! It is so easy to Be.
Question: But when I try to just be, so much thinking happens. I am sure everyone has this problem.
Papaji: Thinking happens when you want to become something. Then you must think. But to not become something what is there to do? Stay as you are! Be as you are in whatever circumstances, just always Be, It doesn’t need any practice. Whatever you get by practice you will lose, but Being will never be lost because you will not get it by any experience or practice. It simply is, Simply Be. Don’t stir your mind in Being, don’t think and don’t make effort. I will tell you how to be Being itself. No effort, no thinking. Avoid thinking and av
oid not thinking. What is between these two? ” ~ Papaji

When we love truth more than feeling safe and secure, when we love truth more than the known and predictable, when we love truth more than being in control, or right, or loved, when we are willing to be here un-moving as we are, warts and all, in this human existence, then there is the possibility to truthfully see what is untouched, what is un-moving, to see what and who you really are. ‘Who am I’ ? Who I am – no longer is a mental question, it is a deepening of truthful discovery.

In the willingness to speak the truth, and in the willingness to commit to the truth of your own fresh discovery, you deepen in This, you find the peace, stillness and serenity that you have been looking for all along – you discover who you ARE is THIS – and you discover the effortlessness of Staying True to THIS .

Join us for an evening of Self Inquiry.
All love
Namaste Yantra-ji

Apr 252016

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Discernment – the choice to be True

We have reasons for everything. Reasons to do or not do, to come, to stay, to leave, to partake … on and on… Reasons for what or who can we trust, how something needs to be done or not done, what is in our best interest, how we will benefit or loose. We may weigh the different options, ask for others opinions, or go it alone – it is as though the decision making process itself seems fixed, or occurs naturally and it is a process we are used to trusting. Usually the reasons and decisions themselves seem as though they are being made by us, in our best interest. We never really question what this means, or if it is actually true.

If we were to ask any question about the reasons for our decisions, we would usually find our self being encouraged to ask or uncover what the driver of these decisions might be, in order to determine whether they are healthy or supportive for us or not. Then the same process of weighing our options, asking others for opinions or going it alone occurs again – and again we are at the mercy of life or so it seems.

What if we were to ask a different question?

What if you ask yourself ‘Where do these reasons and decisions actually arise’? When this is investigated what do you discover? We can then ask the question ‘Is this that they are arising from to be trusted‘? This questioning and unveiling is discernment – to discern what is actually true.

When this is truthfully investigated we find that all reasons and decisions come from the mind – even if you have a gut knowing or an instinctual awareness or any other sensation that gives rise to the decision making, it is all being filtered through the mind – which goes through its familiar process of weighing the different options, asking for others opinions, or going it alone.

Have you ever asked whether the mind that gives rise to these reasons and decisions is actually trustworthy? We have always thought the mind ( especially our own mind ) to be trustworthy, but is it really. What is the mind in service to? What is the mind making decisions for? What is the mind protecting?

What if you were to investigate this … what do you discover ?… Here lies the discernment to touch nothing of the mind and discover what is deeper, untouched, and true regardless of any mind, thought, decision, feeling, action, experience. Then there is an opening to the possibility to be true to this discovery – this that is always here, this that is neither arising or falling away, this that needs no protection, this that requires no mental activity – This, where the peace of you resides.

From discernment you then discover the choice to be True is effortless.

Namaste Yantra-ji

Apr 042016

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Crazy little thing called ‘love’

‘The minute I heard my first love story,
I started looking for you,
not knowing how blind that was.
Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere,
they’re in each other all along.’ ~ From Essential Rumi – by Coleman Barks

Often when people are having an issue with love, I find the line from Queen’s song goes through my mind – ‘a crazy little thing called love’ – it seems that this question about love is arising again, so what is this Crazy little thing called ‘LOVE’?

First let us take a look at the song lyrics from Queen’s ‘Crazy little thing called Love’ …..
….”This thing called love, I just can’t handle it,  I must get round to it, I ain’t ready, Crazy little thing called love.
This (This Thing) called love (Called Love), It cries (Like a baby), In a cradle, all night, It swings (Woo Woo,) It jives (Woo Woo), It shakes all over, like a jelly fish, I kinda like it, Crazy little thing called love
There goes my baby, She knows how to Rock n’ roll, She drives me crazy, She gives me hot and cold fever, Then she leaves me in a cool cool sweat.
I gotta be cool relax, get hip, Get on my track’s, Take a back seat, hitch-hike, And take a long ride on my motor bike
Until I’m ready, Crazy little thing called love.
This thing called love, I just can’t handle it,  I must get round to it, I ain’t ready, Crazy little thing called love….”

So, how do you feel about love? Is love this crazy thing that you cant handle? Is love this thing that seems just out of reach? Does love have you feel out if control, or makes you want to control others. Is love illusive, overbearing, nonexistent?

What is it that you are defining love as – a thought, an emotion, a sensation, an action, a behaviour, a set of circumstances?
Where do you look for love? do you lo
ok to the mind to your thoughts and fantasies, dreams and desires?

Is love this crazy mental activity swinging from one thought to the next, needing, wanting, pleasing, pleading, doing, yearning, longing, planning, imagining? When we stay still, if we just stay here, we discover there is no future, there is no past, there is no suffering with mental activity – then where is love? Rather than love being crazy, you discover what is ‘crazy’ is defining love through the activity of mind and thoughts.

Where do you look for love? do you look to the emotions, to the feelings, to your emotive responses that stem from your fantasies, hopes, dreams and desires? The emotions, where do they arise? Notice how emotions are always arising and falling, changing in intensity and quality, changing name and form. Is love this roller coaster of crazy emotions, elation, deflation, happiness, misery,  satisfaction, dissatisfaction, ecstasy, devastation?

Are all of these fluctuating emotions that are arising in the mind and body really love? What if you were to stay still and not grasp any emotion, any feeling no matter how painful or pleasurable – what is discovered – what then and where is love? Rather than love being crazy, you discover what is ‘crazy’ is defining love through the highs and lows of emotional response.

Where do you look for love? do you look to the sensations in the body, to the arousal filtered through your thoughts and fantasies, dreams and desires? Are the physical sensations of attraction, repulsion, pleasure, arousal, really love?

Is love really the physical sensations of pleasure and pain, of arousal, attraction, repulsion, this that makes you sweat and shake and want to get on your bike to run towards or away from love? is this really love – or is it sensuality, sexuality, attraction, desire, lust, need? Rather than love being crazy, you discover what is ‘crazy’ is defining love through the bodily sensations and physical responses.

Where else do you look for love – in circumstances, events, relationships? Where in your life are you feeling like you cant handle love? What is it about love that there is to handle?  Where are you wishing that you could just get around to love or or wish the other person would get around to it? Rather than love being crazy, you discover what is ‘crazy’ is defining love through circumstances or events, through any relationships or lack of them.

Where else do you look for love – When we entertain our thoughts, the mental activity, we swing between the polarities of thought, future and past, pleasure and pain – this is all mind – none of it is love. Love cannot be found in the past – where is the past, the past is gone, the past doesn’t exist – try to find it – where do you have to look for the past? What do you discover?  The past is only ever in your mind. So love cannot be found by looking to the past no matter how delightful memories may be.

What about the future, where do we need to look to find it, where can it be found? it also doesn’t exist, so all of the mental projections, the longings, the fantasies, are all in the mind, they too don’t exist other than in the mind. So love cannot be found in the the past or the future – what about the present, where is it, can you find it? – even the present is illusive moving from the future to past in an instant. Rather than love being crazy, you discover what is ‘crazy’ is defining love through the past or future or through hoping in the present, which instantly becomes past and future again.
What about any of this, has a
nything to do with this crazy little word called ‘love’?

So what is it now that you are defining love as?
If you could no longer look to the mind or thoughts, if you could no longer to the feelings or emotions, if you could no longer look to any of the physical sensations or cues of the body, if you could no longer look to outward circumstances, events or relationships to define love – If you could no longer define love – then what remains – what is really here always, available, free, here, now ?

When you surrender everything you thought was love, just surrender and open innocently to this that is here now, unknown – what is discovered?
This that you are needs no definition, this that you are requires nothing in name or form, this that you are is love itself, this that you are is the beloved, it cannot be named or owned, or given or it is you – this that you have been searching for, recoiling from, desiring, pleading with life for – this with no defining is discovered to be love, this that is free, boundary-less, wordless, emotionless, body-less, sensation-less, thought-free, this is love.

Love is the surrendered grace that is everything in every moment. – what a relief !!  Now how will your life look without all that previous need to define and seek love – wow – what an adventure you are in for with the divine realisation of your own self – hold onto your hats because this crazy little thing called love is you !!!!

In Satsang there is the opportunity to have your Self revealed to your self , to discover this that you are is Love here and now, regardless of what is showing up as this physical experience. Satsang points to the truth, that there is the possibility to know yourself here and now, as you are, with all of the experiences of the arising of form, of body, of mind, of emotions, of appearances, of circumstance, without needing to fix, change, or alter anything, to be at peace, to be free, here and now – as love itself” ~ Namaste Yantra-ji