Wake Up and Roar
Satsang With Papaji
Rev. Jacquelyn Eckert shares from the teachings of Papaji by reading, contemplating and commenting on the book, Wake Up and Roar, by Eli Jaxon-Bear.
Papaji was born on October 13, 1910, in Gujrawala, in the Punjab, in what was then India. After a life-time search throughout India, his search ended at the feet of his master, Ramana Maharshi. Wherever he went, he allowed no ashram, no organization, and he refused to settle down. “The Whole universe is my ashram,” he explained. Papaji’s mission was to spread satsang to the West. His radical transmission of a silent mind and direct realization spread like wildfire through the spiritual community of truth seekers. Now satsang has spread throughout the world and people everywhere are hearing of the possibility of waking up to full self-realization. This is Papaji’s gift to us. — [From the dust jacket of Wake Up and Roar].
Taught Live in the Sanctuary:
Wednesday Afternoons, 3:00-4:00 pm ET
Facilitated by Rev. Jacquelyn Eckert