Oct 202014
 

The 13th October we celebrate the birthday of my Beloved teacher Papaji.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAPAJI !
OCTOBER 13, 1910
OM SHRI SATGURU DEVA PAPAJI KI JAI !!!
How lucky for all was and is His birth!
Jai SatGuru Deva PAPAJI KI JAI!!!

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Sri H.W.L Poonja, lovingly referred to as Papaji, was born into physical form on the 13th October 1910. He had his first direct experience of the self at age 9 and later met his Master, Sri Ramana Maharshi, in 1944. Shortly afterwards he realised the self in the presence of his master. Being a householder, he continued to work and support the many members of his extended family until his retirement in 1966. After extensive travel Papaji settled in Lucknow, India, where he received visitors from around the world.


Papaji held formal Satsang daily. Through his presence, his words and his dynamic transmission, countless people have been made aware of the impersonal reality that underlies the world and all phenomenal experiences. The DVD ‘ Who is goggling’ recorded in Papaji’s Satsang Bhavan, is one such Satsang. He died on September 6, 1997.


As many of you are aware I first met my teacher Papaji, after his physical form had passed. I was profoundly moved by his realisation, which deeply touched the truth within me, the truth of my own self, this that is your own self.

“Self is what gives breath to Life.
You need not search for It, It is Here.
You are That through which you would search.
You are what you are looking for!
And That is All it is. “~ Papaji
While we honour and celebrate Papaji’s birthday and his life, we also honour and celebrate this that is formless and deathless, this that is here before birth and remains after death – this is who we are, so simple so clear, such joy and such bliss in the truth of this.
“Everything in this universe comes, stays, and goes.
What doesn’t come, stay or go is your own Self.
“~ Papaji
Here is a beautiful youtube of Papaji quotes called ‘Introduce yourself to this moment’ enjoy.

When we really hear Papaji’s words “Satsang is not to do or undo anything” then we come together simply as we are, to tell the truth about what is already here, what is already free, this is the blessing and the opportunity of Satsang – let us meet here as this that we are – freedom itself.

In Love and endless gratitude for this that you are ~ Namaste Yantra-ji
Oct 132014
 

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Honoring life and death of the physical form:


As many of you are aware we had been caring for Richards beautiful mum Robin, who some of you have had the opportunity to meet recently – this has been a very precious beautiful and sacred time. On Thursday 25th September we said goodbye to one so loved, as Robin passed away suddenly and peacefully. To have spent this time with her, these precious weeks, at the end of this life, honoring the changes in the form and the physical needs has been such a precious gift of loving service … such a sacred journey between life and death ..

“I slept and dreamt that life was joy.
I awoke and saw that life was service.

I acted and behold, service was joy.”
~ Rabindranath Tagore

…..such a blessing to have these words reflect our life…

On that Thursday evening as my youngest daughter and i left the hospital, I felt such huge peace replace Robin’s fear of death, as she was able to be quietly with her two sons, this peace was unmistakable, on arriving home we lit a candle and I asked that my son Cohen ( who had passed 2 year before ) hold her hand and walk with her now .. at that moment she was able to pass in peace looking into the eyes of her two sons .. we returned to the hospital moments later to sit with her, to honor her body, to say goodbye to this form, she is now free, not constrained by this body any longer .. as we left the hospital again, all that was there was the hugeness of her EVERYWHERE, EVERYWHERE, EVERYWHERE .. yes there is sadness at the loss of a loved one and rejoicing that one is now home and free.

We were blessed to continue the honoring of her form, anointing her body with sacred oils and saying prayers prior to her funeral service. Our little one, in her short lifetime has had the experience of the normality of life and death. Here is the body of one we love, living, breathing, talking, rejoycing, here is the body of the one we love, without breath, without talking, still rejoycing at the precence that remains after form has gone. Meeting death is not for the faint hearted, it is a process of the willingness to be true, to be available to the moment, to the pain, to the heartbreak and to the hugeness of the love that holds it all.

“You are meant to face the Emptiness,
face to face,
and you lose everything –
all concepts of the past,
present and future
which you consider to be your life.
You’re holding on to them
because the feeling is that you’re living along with them.
So, when they leave,
you have the fear of dying in the ocean of nectar.
The fear of death in the nectar.
And what’s the meaning of nectar?
ETERNITY, DEATHLESSNESS.” ~ Papaji

We also honor the passing of our dear and beloved friend Kerry Rostron, who gently and peacefully left her physical form ( a few days after Richards mum ) , on Monday evening 29th September. Such tender precious moments spent with loved ones as they take their last breath and the willingness to be still, to honor the moment and all that it offers. Attending her funeral was one of love and sadness, peace and tenderness, opening and being cracked wide open to it all , with her joy and laughter mixing with the tears. When death is met with openness, with love, with realness, then it is such a gift for all,  for those who are here and for those who pass – and the truth is experienced in the moment, that life is eternal, who we are is not the form, who we are is this that is life itself, and free.

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“My love, my heart, let this time of parting be sweet
Let it not be a death, but completeness
Let your love melt into memory and your pain into songs
Let your flight through the sky begin with the unfolding of wings
Let the last touch of your hands be gentle like the flower of the night
Stand still, oh beautiful love, for a moment
And say your last words in silence
I bow to you and hold up my candle to give light to you on your flight to freedom
My love, my heart let this time of parting be sweet
Let it not be a death, but completeness
Let your love melt into memory and your pain into songs
Let your flight through the sky begin with the unfolding of wings
Let the last touch of your hands be gentle like the flower of the night
Stand still, oh beautiful love, for a moment
And say your last words in silence
On your flight..to freedom”
~ Rabindranath Tagore

In loving gratitude for the gift of it all – Yantraji  ♥
Sep 222014
 

 

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The fire of Grace:
Often in Satsang the question HOW ? is asked – How do i become free? – How do i stop the mind? How do i give my attention to this moment? How do I give my self to myself?  – How do i surrender – How do i give my life to this that i am ? ….. The real question is How does one even answer such a question of longing, that only the stillness of the self can give rise to?


There is a grace that rises in you, moves with you, through you, in this life – and it is this same Grace that somehow touches a life in a way that the whole of your being is set on fire. This fire cant be ignored! This fire is the fire of freedom, the fire of truth, the fire of the self. This fire can be so powerful, so full, so deep, so rich, that there is an urge to throw one’s whole existence into the abyss of the Self.

Beloved Papaji was often quoted as saying ‘Stay sitting on the mountain top ( referring to Mt Arunachala ) stay still, stay quiet, don’t move, until you are pushed or pulled, by the force of grace herself.’


In beloved Mooji’s words, “You may find yourself saying, Remove everything. Save nothing. Remove every falsehood from my being.”


In this giving, throwing, removing, everything is thrown aside, including one’s self, the ‘thrower’. Then Unexpectedly, one finds a sense of peace, of stillness, of release, of a quietness, a love, joy within one’s heart, ones being. What remains is an effortless silence and stillness. There is actually ‘no one’ that remains and ‘no one’ who can claim this that remains, there is not an ‘I’ that has this, got this, received this. There is nobody to receive and nothing given, nothing taken. There is no giver, no taker, no receiver. This immaculate gift that seems to have been given, and seems to have been received in fact is nothing.

Beloved Papaji says “Nothing EVER Happened” and this is the truth, there never was a you, no I, no separate self who needs, or needed anything and the realisation of the self, is that there is nothing, no one.

As Beloved Mooji so beautifully says “Inside one’s being, one quietly knows: I am no one.‘I am neither a “receiver” nor a “giver”.’ And yet, one finds oneself saying, ‘Thank you, Beloved.”


Yes Thank you beloved – this that you are, such gratitude for this that is
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We have the opportunity to inquire directly into truth, into freedom itself. When we really hear Papaji’s words “Satsang is not to do or undo anything” then we come together simply as we are, to tell the truth about what is already here, what is already free, this is the blessing and the opportunity of Satsang – let us meet here as this that we are – freedom itself.
In Love and endless gratitude for this that you are ~ Namaste Yantra-ji
Sep 152014
 

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The invitation of Satsang:
I recently received an email from one of the beloveds who attends the Tuesday evening Satsangs. She along with some of the other beloveds  have offered these beautiful words about Satsang to be shared with you all.

“Satsang with Yantra means sitting in a gentle fire of truth.  Her clear heart and true seeing means awakening is happening right here.  I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to sit in an intimate group, in a beautiful environment with one so truly present – Thank you thank you – Mia

” It is such a privilege to gather, to open and deepen in presence together. Having this opportunity to share together is such a blessing, we are so graced by your presence and your ongoing commitment to continue to open & dive into the truth of your own being.” - Yantra-ji

“From the moment you walk in the door you feel carried into a sanctuary, a sacred space. Yantra’s Satsangs allow such an opening, such a stillness I can barely describe. You never know what truths these openings will reveal, but you can always be sure Yantra will guide with love. Sitting among familiar faces, who have become beautiful friends, or welcoming new ones… sitting as a group feels nourishing, comforting, connecting. Then afterwards…having the opportunity to share, or just sit in stillness, having a cup of Yantra’s delicious homemade chai. Whether it’s a guided Satsang, a DVD Satsang, chanting or a special celebration, Satsang has become an essential part of my life and I always look forward to it. So much gratitude here, thank you, Yantra.” – Jenny Exall
Papaji says ‘Come to Satsang with empty hands – leave all your baggage at the door’.
Yes! Leave everything at the door, your bag, your shoes, you day, your past, your future, your fears, your desires, your expectations, your longings, your spirituality, your concepts, your knowing, your lack, your personality, your gender, your identity.
The real opportunity, the invitation of Satsang, is to come to Satsang with empty hands  – with no Agenda – to experience your self, naked to yourself, just as you are. “Satsang is the opportunity to just be, to rest in this blaze of truth… Resting in Sublime stillness, just emptiness, such surrender, deconstruction and freedom are possible.
Surrendered in the Silence and Grace of Papaji, Ramana, Arunachala, and This that is ALL…no words…so still… so silent…gratitude….rest…this is Satsang, this is the nature of the self” – Yantra-ji

What is Satsang:
‘Satsang’ translated from the Sanskrit words ‘Sat’ and ‘Sangha’ –
‘Sat’ meaning truth, existence, the ideal, pure and true essence, the nature of all existence and ‘Sangha’ meaning, association, meeting, group, company or community with a common goal, vision or purpose.
Satsang literally means coming together…in truth…communion in truth, keeping company in truth… Meeting in the presence of Truth.

Satsang with Yantra: is an exploration of the nature of self and truth – through stillness, and reflection, silence, meditation, conscious dialogue, opening, sharing, process work and chanting.
Yantra is committed to awakening presence in all beings, through her gentle nature & love of truth. She has been holding Satsang in Sydney on the Northern Beaches for the past 12 years.

” It is such a privilege to gather, to open and deepen in presence together. Soaking in this profound presence, sharing in all love, is so beautiful, healing & heart opening. Having this opportunity to share together is such a blessing, we are so graced by your presence and your ongoing commitment to continue to open & dive into the truth of your own being.”
– Yantra-ji

We have the opportunity to inquire directly into truth, into freedom itself. When we really hear Papaji’s words “Satsang is not to do or undo anything” then we come together simply as we are, to tell the truth about what is already here, what is already free, this is the blessing and the opportunity of Satsang – let us meet here as this that we are – freedom itself.
In Love and endless gratitude for this that you are ~ Namaste Yantra-ji

Sep 082014
 

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No Agenda – What is here?

When we come to Satsang there is often an underlying agenda -  it may be to rid oneself of unwanted thoughts, circumstances, emotions, it may be to sit in the company of others who are like minded, to open in truth, to sit in presence, to be calm, to have a quiet mind, to be at peace, to experience freedom.

Whilst these may be beautiful and valid agendas, there is the possibility to come to Satsang with no agenda at all – Papaji says ‘come to Satsang with empty hands – leave all your baggage at the door ‘.


What if you were to leave everything at the door, your bag, your shoes, you day, your past, your future, your fears, your desires, your expectations, your longings, your spirituality, your concepts, your knowing, your lack, your personality, your gender, your identity – what is left ? Who is left ?

There is the real possibility to come to Satsang with empty hands  – no Agenda – this is the real opportunity, the invitation of Satsang – to experience your self, naked to yourself, just as you are.
We have the opportunity to inquire directly into truth, into freedom itself. When we really hear Papaji’s words “Satsang is not to do or undo anything” then we come together simply as we are, to tell the truth about what is already here, what is already free, this is the blessing and the opportunity of Satsang – let us meet here as this that we are – freedom itself.
In Love and endless gratitude for this that you are ~ Namaste Yantra-ji

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Sep 012014
 

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The endless cycles of form
What words are there that can express this love? just love itself showing up as all – birth – life – death – grateful for it all
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This week we have been celebrating and honoring it all – birth, death, transition. Celebrating death through the 10 day memorial of my beautiful son Cohen who’s physical body passed 2 years ago. Celebrating birthdays of dear friends including my beloved friend Janaki – Brandon Bays of the Journey. Celebrating and honoring this time of transition for many beloveds in our Sangha – sending blessings untold  as they walk the road to freedom, navigating the path between the worlds of Life and death, in the endless unknown. All is love.
When we are addicted to ourself as a form, we experience pain, misery and suffering at the changes of life. The form is always changing, all of life is always changing.
It is a trick of the mind to see, to experience something, anything, as static, as permanent. That which is, is now that which was, is all past, not here, not now, not real.
Papaji asks the question – Where is baby, the child that was you ? – The body of the baby – is now passed, that of the toddler – now passed, of the child , of the adolescent, of the youth – has all passed, even the young  adult is no longer here, every moment there is changing form. What we experience as birth, life and death are just these
endless cycles of form. Bringing awareness to life ,death and transition in this way, as cycles of form, enables us to be acutely aware of the temporariness of all form and at the same time aware of that which is unchanged. Deeper, closer, more still than the change, is the grace of your own being, of all being.
Life and Death, freedom and bondage, belong to mind not to you” ~ Papaji

“Q. Is the consciousness of which you speak Eternal – Unborn and undying?
Papaji: Consciousness is beyond the concepts of birth and death, beyond even any concept of Eternity, Emptiness or space. That which accommodates Emptiness or Eternity is called consciousness, within which everything is existing.

Q. Yet there is the appearance of birth and death.
Papaji: You see, all existence and destruction happens ceaselessly. All these manifestations are like bubbles and waves in the ocean; let them happen. The ocean doesn’t find that they are separate. The bubbles, the eddies, the waves – they may appear to themselves as separate, but the ocean itself has no trouble with them. Let them move on it, let them have different shapes and different names, coming and going. This body will be the food of worms and ants. From earth it came and to earth it will return. You are That which shines through it. The consciousness is untouched.
Q. Do you propose that we identify with the ocean, that Source, instead of with the waves?

Papaji: No, you need not identify with anything. You only need to get rid of your notions. Do not identify with any name or form which is not real, and no name or form is real. Now to reject name and form you need not make any effort or employ any kind of thinking or identification. You have been identifying with names and forms which have caused you to feel separate from the fundamental nature which you always are, so you have to dis-identify with something which is not true. No need to identify with the ocean or Source. You are the Source. When your identification with the unreal has vanished, then you will be what you have been, what you are, and what you will be.

Over the last 2 Tuesday evenings we offered the Papaji Satsang DVD’s – ‘Fear of death’ and then ‘Death and Eternity’- they were both very beautiful and profound Satsangs in light of this current Inquiry around Birth, Life, death and freedom.

For those of you who are unable to attend Satsang and would like to watch these Satsangs you can click here for the ‘Papaji Satsang- Fear of death ‘  – to view it on youtube and  if you would like to view the ‘Papaji Satsang – Death and Eternity’ you can click here visit the Avadhuta Foundation website to obtain a copy.

There are a wonderful variety of Papaji Satsangs on offer both on youtube and through the Avadhuta foundation.

We have the opportunity to inquire directly into truth, into freedom itself. When we really hear Papaji’s words “Satsang is not to do or undo anything” then we come together simply as we are, to tell the truth about what is already here, what is already free, this is the blessing and the opportunity of Satsang – let us meet here as this that we are – freedom itself.
In Love and endless gratitude for this that you are ~ Namaste Yantra-ji

Aug 192014
 

 

You are invited to join us for a Memorial & Anniversary gathering – spread over 10 days from the 21st – 31st August 2014images-3

What words are there that can express this love? just love itself showing up as all – birth – life – death – grateful for it all

On the 21st August 2012 my 17 year old teenage son Cohen, died in a head on car collision on the wakehurst parkway in Sydney near to where we live.

Last year at the 1 year anniversary of his passing we offered a memorial gathering spread over 10 days – it was a beautiful opportunity for friends, loved ones, and our community to share not only about the experiences and memories of my sons life and death,  it was also the opportunity for all of us to share about life and death in whatever way that was relevant.

This year it will be 2 years since Cohen’s physical passing on the 21st of August and of his funeral/celebration which was held on the 31st August ( on the blue moon )


If you feel called to join us, we would love to share this 10 days with you reflecting on Cohen’s life, his death, how we are, how you are … and anything else about life and death that you may want to share ♥

As Coey’s mum, I would especially love to have you visit and share personally with me / us – to share memories about your relationship with Cohen whist he was alive, funny stories or events with him or there may be things that have arisen from Cohen’s death, the accident, or unanswered questions that you may have.

We have had ongoing continual contact with Cohen since his passing, which we are happy to share about with you.
If you have had similar contact with him you may like to share that with us.

Throughout this 10 days ( 21st -31st August ) we will have an open house:
You may like to join us for an hour,
an afternoon,
an evening,
a day,
a few days,
you may like to have tea,
or share a meal with us.
You can just drop in or call to make a time,
come on your own or together with others
or with family and friends.
You may like to join us in meditation or prayer at the accident site or just visit us at our home.
If you are traveling you are most welcome to stay with us.

* On Thursday morning 21st August – we will have a women’s circle from 9.30am-12pm
* On Tuesday evening 26th August –
we will have a Satsang on Life and Death – all welcome 7.15 for 7.30pm                             * On Thursday morning 28th August – we will have a women’s circle from 9.30am-12pm
* On Sunday 31st August –
we will show the dvd of Cohen’s funeral celebration for those of you who would like to see it and join us ( Time open )
* Over the 10 days – there will be an ongoing slide show of our beautiful Cohen’s Life

Please feel free to share this invite with Coey’s friends and families
We have been so blessed by your ongoing love and support, your beautiful company and sharing is most welcome at this time ♥
many blessings – In all love
Yantra & Family
Mob: 0405 758 073

 

Aug 092014
 

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Anything and everything can be used in service to THIS, to this that you are, to truth, to existence itself.

Papaji speaking about the fire of freedom says

“Firstly there must be a desire for God, a love for God or a desire for liberation, without that nothing is possible.
Secondly, this desire for God or realisation is like an inner flame, one must kindle it and fan it, until it becomes a raging fire which consumes all of one’s other desires and interests.
Thirdly, if this inner fire rages for long enough, with sufficient intensity, it will finally consume even that one central overwhelming desire for God or the self and Fourthly, the presence of the master Is the final ingredient
~ Papaji


Papaji loved the Buddha, from the time he was a young child he looked to the Buddha’s life to give an explanation to his own early experiences of being absorbed into the self
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“ I simply fell in love with his beautiful face and decided that I should try to emulate him. In the picture he was meditating under a tree. I didn’t know that at the time. In fact I didn’t even know what meditation was. I thought I can do that. I can sit crossed legged under a tree. I can be like him.” ~ Papaji
Papaji took one of his mothers white silk Saris, dyed it ochre and would go about the streets impersonating the Buddha begging, and giving sermons until he was discovered. It was not the mischievousness of a young child, rather he felt that he was being drawn to do this and could only follow.
In an interview between David Godman and Papaji’s sister about this time, she says her mother was not angry with Papaji, instead she asked him ‘ When did you get transformed like this? You are on fire for God? How did you get such a fire?
 And Papaji replied, When there is a big fire, it is the kindling, the very small twigs that catch fire first.”

What is your fire? When you know what you want at the deepest level, your desire for God, for truth, freedom, liberation, then the fire is lit, the kindling is lit, when your attention is unwavering and the kindling catches fire, your attention is then totally absorbed in the self and you are on fire,  who you though you were is burnt to dust to ash and you recognise that you were, have always been, always are, FREE!
“Buddha was my first guru. I loved him and I followed his example, imitating him in everything I did. Eventually, like him, I even ran away from home to look for God. And eventually, like him, I discovered that one doesn’t have to run away to find him. The Bodhi tree is inside. In no other place will you find him” ~ Papaji
It is said that 2,500 years ago Prince Siddhartha attained enlightenment and became the Buddha under the Bodhi tree, in Bodh Gaya, India. In 2007 whilst in Bodh Gaya, I was still on fire – the fire of truth, Papaji’s fire was burning, consuming me, consuming everything – consuming what? I cannot say – all I could do was to allow this burning to occur. Only that which is real exists – that which is not real does not exist.
“You will know what you truly are and what you have always been, and this is indestructible. All else will be destroyed, only Existence itself remains. The Truth will always remain – it Is – it is eternal. That which is not truth does not exist at all”. ~ Papaji
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We have the opportunity to inquire directly into freedom itself. When we really hear Papaji’s words “Satsang is not to do or undo anything” then we come together simply as we are, to tell the truth about what is already here, what is already free, this is the blessing and the opportunity of Satsang – let us meet here as this that we are – freedom itself.
In Love and endless gratitude for this that you are ~ Namaste Yantra-ji

Aug 042014
 

My daughter Jhanie is studying Transpersonal Art Therapy in Sydney and would like to offer some free sessions as  part of her final case studies,  see the details below – if you would like to take up this offer  please contact me.                                               Many Blessings Yantra

I am at the final stages of my studies in Transpersonal Art Therapy and I am seeking 4 or 5 clients for my case studies. Each client will receive 2-4 sessions free of charge. While names and personal details will be confidential, I will need to write up the sessions so I can be marked.

If you are interested or know someone who may be, please contact me or forward my details.

 

What is transpersonal art therapy?

Art Therapy builds on counselling by developing and drawing on your own natural creativity and expression.

You do not need to be an artist or feel confident with drawing. This approach is not about making pictures that look good. Rather, it focuses on expressing feelings and emotions through the use of colour, texture and movement.

In addition to listening and discussing concerns, using therapeutic art processes can gently access your deeper self to locate and express what is going on for you.

This can be particularly good for people who experience difficulty expressing themselves with words, or anyone feeling blocked or stuck.

 

Transpersonal Art Therapy explores that which is beyond the persona and the masks that we all wear. It aims to bring healing and awareness to our lives by connecting us back with our true inner selves. Transpersonal work is where psychology and spirituality meet, enabling us to discover self awareness and self realisation.

In Transpersonal Art Therapy, we combine transpersonal counseling with artistic and creative expression, for example: drawing, clay work, and movement, to help externalise the inner experience, and bring conscious awareness to areas that are hidden and unseen.

Art and creativity offer a source of inner wisdom that can provide guidance, soothe emotional pain, and bring a new sense of life.

We work as client centered practitioners, enabling the client themselves to find their own insights and wisdom throughout their healing process.

As transpersonal art therapists we journey along side the client, holding a safe space for them to explore their inner world.

Jhanie Lindon

 

Aug 042014
 

Choice and Choicelessness

Right now, right here, this is your life.

When you come to Satsang, this is your life.

You have the choice to ask earnestly, sincerely -  What do you want at the deepest level?

This is not an idle inquiry .. What do you choose ?  … Who is the one choosing?

When you really hear Papaji’s words and dive into the choice itself, you discover the truth of choice and choicelessness, you discover the truth of yourself -  that you are already free!!!

” There aren’t different levels of freedom, only different levels of the choices you make.                

Once only is enough to choose freedom.                                                                                                                       

If you repeat it, it will lose it’s value.                                                                                                                      

Hold onto the choice when it arises and march into that choice itself.                                                     

Then it will become choiceless.                                                                                                                            

Identify yourself with the choice.                                                                                                             

Immediately dive into it and then that choice will be no choice.                                                               

Jump into this choice and become the choice itself.

Investigate where this choice comes from.                                                                                                        

Whose choice is it?                                                                                                                                                            

This will lead you to choicelesness.                                                                                                                        

When the choice is from the other side, there is no choice.                                                                           

From this side it is the choice of ego, who has fooled you for ages.                                                              

One call from the other side is enough.                                                                                                                     

The emperors have left their thrones, families wives and treasures.                                                        

They gave full honour to this choice. “~ Papaji

We have the opportunity to inquire directly into freedom itself. When we really hear Papaji’s words “Satsang is not to do or undo anything” then we come together simply as we are, to tell the truth about what is already here, what is already free, this is the blessing and the opportunity of Satsang – let us meet here as this that we are – freedom itself.
In Love and endless gratitude for this that you are ~ Namaste Yantra-ji