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Two conversations with Swami Venkatesananda

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Two conversations with Swami Venkatesananda
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Two conversations with Swami Venkatesananda

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Price: £4.00 / €4.93 (Including VAT at 20%)

Two conversations with Swami Venkatesananda in Saanen, Switzerland,1969


Aproximate Duration: 2 hours 15 minutes
Audio Format: MP3 CD


Content:

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Two Conversations

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1. Can another dispel the darkness in oneself?
25 July 1969

- Q: What is the role of a guru?
- The word ‘guru’ in the classical sense means the dispeller of darkness and ignorance.
- Can another help to dispel the darkness in oneself? He can only point out, ‘You are the door through which you yourself have to go.’
- Should a teacher lay down what is right conduct? This means they have set the pattern and are conditioning.
- How do I know if a teacher is right? Why should I accept a teacher?

Duration: 79 minutes

2. Can one experience the infinite?
26 July 1969

- Why do we always attach ourselves to something which we suppose to be the highest?
- We use the word ‘experience’ very easily. Can we experience the feeling of supreme ecstasy? Can we experience the infinite?
- Can the mind which is conditioned, prejudiced and frightened experience the highest?
- When fear and conditioning cease, is there experiencing of the highest at all?
- If the entity which is fear and anxiety has dissolved its fear, what is there to experience?
- What is the purpose of experience? Is there the need of experience at all?
- Being in a state in which there is no peace, we want to experience a state of absolute, permanent, eternal peace.
- If the mind can free itself from agony then what is the need to ask for an experience of the supreme?

Duration: 56 minutes


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