In a satsang given in Santa Cruz, California, Adyashanti delivers the message that there is no problem, a message the mind perpetually resists. He begins by discussing the nature of truth and then mentions the satsang he had that morning in Oakland. He gave a long talk (too long, he suspects) on how no one really has a problem; but then all but one of the people who had questions nevertheless wanted to discuss their problems. The mind creates the illusion that there is a problem. But who we are, who we truly are, has no problem at all. Adyashanti admits that he once would have found this message insulting, as would many people, especially when they are experiencing profound trouble in their lives. Yet in the awakened state, one realizes, even in the midst of chaos, that problems do not exist. Later, three members of the audience come on stage. The first is a man, bearing the gift of tea, who wants to discuss the power of prayer. The second is a man who is losing his fear of becoming ... Written by
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This video is volume 10 in the "Satsang with Adyashanti" series. The ISBN number is 097637885X. The OCLC number is 71204616. See more
Welcome to satsang. As most of you know, "satsang", meaning "association with truth".
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