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I am the self of all. I am eternal, I am free from blemish, I am formless, I am indestructible and changeless. I am the auspicious one, the inner light and the outer light, the indwelling light, higher than the highest, the light of all lights, self-luminous, the light that is the Self. I am beyond the three g unas-sattva, rajas, and tamas. Unattached am I, unattached am I, ever free from attachment of any kind; I am of the nature of Existence-Consciousness- Bliss. He who realizes after repeated contemplation that he is a mere witness, he alone is liberated.
I am the witness of even Brahma and others. I am myself the supreme Self. I am the witness of all pairs of opposites. I am ever liberated. I am devoid of parts. I am the self of all. I am the witness of everything. The seer is Brahman and the seen is mAyA. I am formless, indestructible and changeless. I am of the nature of infinite bliss. The work entitled Brahma Jnanavali Mala, by hearing which just once knowledge of Brahman is attained, enables all to attain liberation.
I am of the nature of infinite bliss.
The aspirant for liberation is advised to meditate on these in order to attain to the same state. I am without any support, and I am the support of all.
I am eternal, I am pure free from the control of mAyA. I am not a doer nor an experiencer. The seer is Brahman and the seen is mAyA. The jiva is Brahman itself and not different.
I am the inner controller, I am immutable, I am all-pervading. I am pure consciousness, I revel in my own Self. I am beyond mAyA. I am the very Self, indestructible and changeless.
I am of the nature of bliss. This is proclaimed by Vedanta.
The pot, wall, etc. Likewise, the entire universe is nothing but Brahman. I am the supreme light. He who realizes after repeated contemplation that he is a mere witness, he alone is liberated. This should jnanvaali understood as the correct SAstra.
This is proclaimed by Vedanta. Newer Post Older Post Home.
I am the supreme Self, beyond all the categories such as prakRti, mahat, ahankAra, etc. I am of the nature of indivisible concentrated bliss. I am beyond all the different forms. I am beyond mAyA. I am of the same nature and self-luminous.
I am the ancient, eternal one. I am the primordial one. I am of the nature of indivisible concentrated bliss.
I am a mass of awareness and of consciousness. I am a mass of awareness and of consciousness. I am beyond the three gunas-sattva, rajas, and tamas. Sections of this page.