Following page would feature the epistles of enlightenment in audio format. In the due course of times, we shall be adding more and more audio dissertations; addressing some of the fundamental topics concerning spirituality and the journey of life…


“The not-so-sinister Mysteries of Life.”

Season 2: The Search Begins.

In the second season, we dive into the world of realization and enlightenment, We shed light on some of the advanced concepts pertaining to true spirituality and man’s lofty quest. In this season, we understand concepts like realization, fate, destiny, enlightenment and love. Stay tuned on the tlp weblog; we are in for a truly enlightening summer…[:)]

Season 1: The Basics

In this maiden season, we elucidate and elaborate upon the most fundamental topics concerning spirituality. We tackle subjects like devotion, desires and ego which are topics that spur an unceasing torrent of questions amongst fellow seeker. In the end, we cap off the season with an enlightening dissertation on true spirituality, wherein we shed light on the science of life as never before…
Check it out right now!


“The Prisoner of Choice.”

This is the story of the life of St. Ramus who was widely acclaimed as a healer. In the thirty six years preceding his ascension to the heavens, St. Ramus walked the lands healing countless souls of their many diseases. His own body remained a testament to his work as could be seen at the time of his departure from this world. Following is the account of the demon who became a man, of the man who became a saint and of the saint who until his last breath was a prisoner of his choice…The choice that made him a man…and the choice after which, he could no longer live as a man… This is his story in his own words… listen to it!


Conquer It!

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Life is a war…and many times its a war that you wage with your own self… an endless strife to achieve perfection in life. The Conquer It! series simply gives an expression to that inner strife. This series will feature practical and frugal tips to overcome the fundamental problems that plague man. Fear, Insecurity, Depression, Laziness, Fatigue… the list is endless. Now we provide the solution to absolve it; to overcome it; to Conquer It!listen now



Season 2: The Journey Continues.
In the second season of the Satsang series here on The Last Pilgrimage Weblog, we start it when we last left off. In the soulful and serene oratory fashion of Rutugandha, we bring you these offsprings of knowledge and realization. Come sit under this tree of spiritual endowment and here you shall find the answers to all the questions that plague your soul. Find lasting peace and unconditional happiness within yourself. Here you shall realize that true greatness and true satisfaction lie not outside but within yourself. The journey towards evolution continues…listen now!

Season 1: The Beginning

Satsang is new series of audio epistles here on the tlp weblog. “Satsang” is a series of audio dissertations given by the revered master Shree Milndji Moghe & compiled and recited by Rutugandha…listen now!


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  • By medha, October 15, 2009 @ 2:17 pm

    The mind indeed is a complicated phenomenon & as rightly said by the admin it is the difference between head & heart.With the help of the sadhana the seeker should try to attain the ‘NO MIND’state.IT means your head & heart should unanimously reach the same conclusion.I think for that your head should rule your heart & your heart should control your head,so that they reach the same point at the same time.

  • By Umesh, October 17, 2009 @ 11:54 pm

    Not able to run ‘The Mind Demystified’ audio, but able to run rest of audio, video discourse.

  • By admin, October 18, 2009 @ 12:20 am

    k its running now.. tell me if you have any problem regarding it..:)

  • By prachi, October 23, 2009 @ 1:01 am

    hi, listened to the audio on ‘ego’ …. the classification is very precise n simplified…. but it makes me realise very few people r driven by purpose….very few people know wat they r doing with their lives….very few r truely happy doing watever they have chosen to do…. so most of them fall in the desire category….. n these ‘most’ includes me… question is how do i know wat i truely want to do or wud b happy doing ? coz wat u do is usually influence by ur elders and its commercial viability… (how much would it pay u?)…n u feel guilty if u dnt live upto someones expectations….n sometimes u just have a weak drive to do something in life…. how does one get out of this viscious circle…..

  • By admin, October 23, 2009 @ 10:29 am

    essentially, the one thing in life that you have to realize is that you never can be truly happy, unless you really “want” to be happy in the first place. If there is a desire in yourself to always be happy and contented irrespective of the situations around you, you will never feel lonely or dejected. There is no problem in pursuing your desires, for ultimately many a times, your desires lead you to your purpose. The purpose manifests itself in due time. Whatever the situation, a person must always strive to be productive and creative at all times. that will not only improve his state of mind, but also yield him success in materialistic as well as spiritual pursuits…

  • By medha, October 23, 2009 @ 6:47 pm

    ‘Ego’ is the biggest obstacle for a seeker on the spiritual path.It is very difficult to leave ego as many people feel they will lose their identity if they leave their ego.For them it is a question of their survival.In the spiritual path total surrender is what is expected form the seeker.We hope to hear more on this topic.

  • By Umesh, October 25, 2009 @ 11:59 pm

    I belive Admin has not fully loaded the ‘The Ego Demystified Part 3 (Spiritual Identity)’discourse. I can see it is only 1:19 min. Please check.

  • By Umesh, October 26, 2009 @ 12:01 am

    It’s my fault, I revert back from my comments regarding ‘The Ego Demystified Part 3 (Spiritual Identity)’. I think some network connection problem.

  • By Atul Bhate, October 26, 2009 @ 4:34 pm

    It’s wonderful that passion ( read as desire ) is required to achieve whether in materialism or spiritualism, yet one has to be detached from the passion … in terms of identifying with it. One has to watch this interplay as a third person as to how thoughts blossom and die out … Simple but extremely difficult to practice as in a jiffy , we self identify with our thoughts so they transform into desires , and actions .



  • By suvarna kunnur, October 26, 2009 @ 8:26 pm

    the ego demystified 3….if the ego is unrequitted desires and karma,would it be right to say that in this birth part of the ego is already existant with birth and desires unsatisfied keep adding and buildingup the ego to a point where it prevents one from seeing the divinity present in each one of us…unquestionedly i would say that it needs a Master,Guru to bring one back on track

  • By admin, October 26, 2009 @ 11:46 pm

    yup that’s it.. and that is precisely what the “identity” of any human being constitutes…:)

  • By Charvee, October 31, 2009 @ 7:12 pm

    Heard th discussions but i have a question…..
    We r saying here is that Ego at sum point would start losing its desires and would , from being human would become divine, then in that matter, won’t a human being become an ideal human being, or attain divinity or sum1 who can live life without sinful indulgences?? Is it not called perfect life??
    How can anything/anyone in this world be perfect?

    and another question, “Silentium” means obscurity or stillness, but just a curiosity, y the name?

  • By admin, November 1, 2009 @ 1:49 am

    @ charvee yes the human being in that case would be an ideal human being. you have to understand the fact that when looked at objectively and dispassionately, you realize that no indulgence is in fact a sin. It is only the weakness that is derived from that senseless instinctive indulgence that clings on to the human being like a leech and prevents him from truly realizing his own potential…:)

    Silentium is latin for silence, stillness, completeness, flawlessness and perfection. (it also means obscurity; but that was not the meaning that we were looking for…)

  • By milindm2, November 3, 2009 @ 4:45 pm

    Not able to run , video discourse. Every cliping is haulted friquently, audio qulity is also very low.

  • By admin, November 3, 2009 @ 6:02 pm

    ya that is because you probably have a low-speed connection. just play the video and then pause it for a minute or two; then play it again. it will play seamlessly.
    audio quality is fair…not the best; but pretty much the standard for internet video.

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