Can You Hear the Avadhut?



Moojibaba calls the Sangha together to—as he puts it—‘sit together consciously in presence.’

It is a rich and profound sitting in which spontaneous utterances flow. Readings and clarification of the Avadhuta and Ribhu Gita are shared, amidst many stories, anecdotes and varied pointings. Each word serves to settle us into that one place of our true being.

“There is an understanding that is beyond the understanding of the mind. It becomes spirit. Can you hear the words of the Avadhuta?“

9 September 2019
Monte Sahaja, Portugal

Live music after Satsang: “Rise up” by Sangita, performed by Sangita, Jiří Dosoudil & Igor Malewicz


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