Thus Spake Babaji: Online Q&A Video, No 14

A live online Q and A session, recorded on 25 October 2020.

In this session Shri Babaji gives guidance on the following: 

  0:00​ Babaji's introduction
  4:07​ The awareness of the Self.
10:30​ Being vigilant with your meditation practice
13:37​ Having faith in your practice
15:35​ Seeing images in meditation
17:04​ The meaning of birth and death
20:06​ Manifestations in Tapas
25:45​ Hearing sounds in meditation
28:06​ Single -pointed focus in meditation
29:59​ The third eye
31:36​ Is meditation a masculine or feminine activity?
32:54​ Does the pure consciousness of existence think?
36:45​ Does feeling or thought come first?
39:20​ Is it possible to meditate with eyes open?
40:17​ Importance of keeping eyeballs still in meditation
41:36​ In brief moments of peace in meditation are we getting a glimpse of pure consciousness?
45:42​ Tests in meditation
47:23​ The meaning behind the celebration of ten days of Vijayadashami
51:15​ Isn't asking questions here also a part of the thoughts arising?
52:15​ Focusing on the Guru in meditation
58:16​ Why does the Mother goddess present herself in complex and fierce forms?
1:01:14​ Body bending down even when mind is alert in meditation
1:03:28​ How long should we meditate?
1:04:40​ How to see people beyond the male or female form

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