Welcome to Satsang with Ananta

Ananta shares Satsang with the blessings of his Guru, Shri Mooji. In Sanskrit, the word “Satsang” ("Sat” – truth, “sangha” – company) simply means being with the truth. Satsang with Ananta is an invitation for sincere seekers to come to the complete realization of the Self. In his presence, many beings have experienced a stillness of mind and an opening of the heart. Attention to thoughts reduces and the mind comes to rest. In this peace, our true nature reveals itself. Although words may be used in Satsang, communication also happens non-verbally, through a deeper transmission of the heart. All are welcome to attend. There is no registration required.

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See the Belief Which is Here and Ask 'Who is this me?' - 27th Sept. 2016

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What You Really Are ... is Invisible (Reading from Ashtavakra Gita) - 27th Sept. 2016

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What Does it Mean 'Don´t Believe Your Thoughts'? - 27th Sept. 2016

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Look for this entity you believe is the doer, and you will find that all of this is a play of the light of Consciousness itself.

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Read Ananta's words and pointings transcribed from video Satsangs from 2014 onwards. These words contain the essence of Ananta's teachings and can be downloaded for computers, devices, or to read online.

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About Ananta

Ananta (born, Tapan Garg) is a disciple of spiritual Guru, Shri Mooji. His quest for self-realization began in 1998, at the age of 23.

He spent the initial few years involved with Sri Sri Ravishankar's Art of Living Foundation. At one point, he seriously contemplated becoming a teacher of the Art of Living, but life led him in a different direction when he came ...

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Ananta Reading from Ashtavakra Gita (Day 1)

[Segments posted as separate transcripts are all combined here: From Day 1] ~ ~ ~ Knowledge with a Capital ‘K’  ~ ~ ~ [1.1] Janaka said: Master, how is Knowledge to be achieved, detachment acquired, liberation attained? ~ ~ ~ We were talking about the instruction on Self-Realization, which is the first chapter of the …

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September 28, 2016

Ananta Reading from Ashtavakra Gita (Day 1)

[Segments posted as separate transcripts are all combined here: From Day 1] ~ ~ ~ Knowledge with a Capital ‘K’  ~ ~ ~ [1.1] Janaka said: Master, how is Knowledge to be achieved, detachment acquired, liberation attained? ~ ~ ~ We were talking about the instruction on Self-Realization, which is the first chapter of the …

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September 28, 2016

Sharing Pointers from the Ashtavakra Gita – [1.1-1.5] (Day 2)

We’re really looking at this beautiful scripture and we’re finding that there’s a very direct correlation with what’s being spoken in satsang, in a very condensed form. And sometimes because it is so condensed, it can seem like it is obvious already. That’s why we’re relaxing through the verses, taking our time, going over every …

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September 28, 2016

Sharing Pointers from the Ashtavakra Gita – [1.6]

[1.6] Ashtavakra says: “Right and wrong, pleasure and pain, exist in mind only. They are not your concern. You neither do, nor enjoy. You are free.” ~ ~ ~ Chapter 1, verse 6 is: Right and wrong, pleasure and pain, exist in mind only. They are not your concern. You neither do nor enjoy. You …

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September 28, 2016

Abide in Awareness with no Illusion of Personhood (Reading from Ashtavakra Gita)

A: Then he [Ashtavakra] says: ‘Abide in Awareness with no illusion of person. You will be instantly free and at peace’. How does one abide in Awareness? The sage says ‘Abide in Awareness with no illusion of person. You will be instantly free and at peace’. So, for me, I would read the second one …

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BOOKS Books written by Ananta

ARE YOU AWARE NOW

Based on a series of talks given by Ananta between April to August 2014. “You are always the Awareness itself, and as Awareness you know that all that is appearing in front of you is just an appearance. There is no one here besides You. All appearances are a play of Consciousness. You stay as the Awareness itself. Once the one that wants to help vanishes, then pure grace and help will flow from You, from your Being itself. Do not get confused, my beloveds. This is all for your own good, for your own freedom. There is only You. You are all there is. All emerges from your own Being. And the way to bless the entire Being is to find your complete freedom.”

CAN YOU STOP BEING

Can You Stop Being consists of excerpts taken from some of Ananta's earliest Satsang's between August to October, 2014. “Ask yourself right now: Can I stop being now? In this question you will see that there is a Being here; your own Presence, which cannot be stopped. This Being is not a man or a woman, it is just Being. Irrespective of what happens in the story of this life, this Being is unaffected, unchanged, untouched Consciousness. Prior to I am a person, I am a man, I am a partner, I am a parent, I am a child, prior to all of this: ‘I Am’.

DONT BELIEVE YOUR NEXT THOUGHT

This book is a selection of Satsang dialogues that took place between Novemmeber 2014 to October 2015. “Although it can sound simple, almost trivial, but to not believe our next thought is to experience the freedom, the non-resistive, non-suffering state, right now. You cannot suffer without buying your next thought. Even if you believed all your previous thoughts, this fresh moment is so beautiful and powerful that all prior conditioning has dissolved already unless we pick up the tree of conditioning again by pulling at the branch of the next thought.”

AWARENESS ITSELF IS AWARE OF AWARENESS

This book is a selection of satang dialogues that took place between January and February, 2016. “You see, the Knowing is always Knowing. Awareness is always Aware, and This is always 'I'. So although Being is coming to a realization of its Source, The 'I' has always been 'I' . Even in the playing of ‘I’ as ‘I Am’, ‘I’ has remained as ‘I’.”

BEYOND ALL CONCEPTS

This book is a selection of satang dialogues that took place between March and May, 2016. “That’s why I say that ‘You are free now’. What does that mean? As Awareness you are free. But the advice is ‘Keep coming to satsang’. For who? For the Beingness. There is nothing here for the person. You see? So Consciousness in this monologue is saying to Itself: ‘Hey, buddy, you know, it’s good, what we’ve walked together so far, but let’s just keep at it’. You know? That’s the real monologue that God is having with Itself. It’s all part of the game.”

FREEDOM IS NOW

This book is a compilation of short, poignant talks taken from online Satsangs with Ananta between 19th May to 11th July 2016. It is not the recognition which is difficult. More difficult is to give up our stories. But That which You Are, (and you’re recognizing it now), cannot have a story. That which is not phenomenal cannot have a story. That within which all phenomenon is born and dissolves cannot have a story. You Are This.

WHO IS AWARE OF AWARENESS

Based on a series of talks given by Ananta in July and August 2016. “Can it be that all the wise ones were fooling us with their imploration ‘Know Thyself’ just so that one day we would come to this conclusion that ‘The Truth about the Self is unknowable’? The Realization of the Self is completely possible! The Self is completely Knowable! But not in the way we think. Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi's repeated advice to inquire ‘Who Am I?’ and Nisargadatta Maharaj's guidance to stay with the sense ‘I Am’ was not so that one day they could say ‘Fooled you!’ There is a big clue in the phrase ‘Know Thyself’. The clue is to look at this Knowing itself.”

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