AVADHOOTA GITA PDF

Download the ancient text: The Avadhoota Gita as pdf. The Avadhoota Gita is writen by Sage Dattatreya. This Hindu text might be around Ancient Wisdom By Dattatreya (20 verses from The Avadhoota Gita) – 1. Through the grace of God alone, the desire for nonduality arises in. Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya with English translation and exhaustive introduction by Kanoo Mal published in

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Through the grace of God alone, the desire for nonduality arises in wise men to save them from great fear. Nonduality – monistic Consciousness, in which the knower, knowledge, and knowable – soul and God – become one; the highest realization of Divinity.

Fear – The word “fear” includes also such states of mind avadyoota insecurity,despair, and grief, all of which arise from a consciousness of oneself as limited and separate from others and which therefore can be dispelled only by realizing oneself as the All. How shall I salute the formless Being, indivisible, auspicious and immutable, who fills all this with His Self and also fills the self with His Self?

Salute – No form of afadhoota or worship is possible where there is no consciousness of avadhooat. The universe composed of the five elements is like water etc. Oh, to whom shall I make obeisance – I who am one and taintless?

Teachings and quotes of the The Avadhuta Gita

Five elements- earth, water, fire, air, and ether. According to most philosophical systems of Indiathese combine to constitute the phenomenal universe and are derived from God associated with maya or ignorance. The terms are not to be taken literally. Taintless – untouched by the slightest ignorance and hence absolutely pure. The word is often applied to the Self and God.

Ancient Wisdom By Dattatreya (20 verses from The Avadhoota Gita)

All is verily the absolute Self. Distinction and nondistinction do not exist. How can I say, “It exists; it does not exist”?

I am filled with wonder! It – the universe. The essence and the whole of Vedanta is this Knowledge, this supreme Knowledge: That I am by nature the formless, all-pervasive Self. There is no doubt that I am that God who is the Self of all; Pure, indivisible, like the sky. I indeed am immutable and infinite – of the form of pure Intelligence.

I do not know how or in relation to whom joy and sorrow exist. I have no mental activity, good of bad; I have no bodily function, good or bad; I have no verbal action, good or bad. I am the nectar of Knowledge – beyond the senses, pure.

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Gitaa mind indeed is of the form of space. The mind indeed is omnifaced. The mind is the past. The mind is all. But in reality there is no mind. All – the phenomenal universe – including all time and space – cosmos. In reality – In the highest realization of the Spirit there is no mind. I, the One only, am all this, beyond space and continuous. How can Git see the Self as visible or hidden?

Continuous – without the intervention of another substance; Therefore homogeneous and undifferentiated. Hidden – The question of the Self as being hidden or visible does not arise when one oneself is that Self. Thus you are One.

Why then do you not understand – that you are the unchangeable One, equally perceived in all? O mighty One, how can you, who are ever-shining, unrestricted, think of day and night? Avaxhoota – Dattatreya now addresses the disciple to whom he is imparting the highest Truth.

Night – There can be no perception of any time or condition in perfect Self-realization. Know the Self always to be everywhere, one and unintercepted. I am the meditator and the highest object of meditation. Why do you divide the Indivisible? Unintercepted – See note on “Continuous,” verse You are not born nor do you die. At no time do you have a body. The scripture declares in many different ways – the well-known dictum: You are He who is exterior and interior. You are the auspicious One existing everywhere at all times.

Why are you running avadyoota and thither deluded, like an unclean spirit? Union and separation exist in regard neither to you nor to me.

There is no you, no me, nor is there this universe. All is verily the Self alone.

You do not belong to that which is vaadhoota of the five objects of sense, such as sound; nor does that belong to you. You indeed are the supreme Reality. Why then do you suffer?

For you there is no birth or death, for you there is no mind, for you there is no bondage or liberation, no good or evil. Why do you shed tears, my child? Neither you nor I have name and form. Oh mind, why do you wander about deluded, like an unclean spirit?

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Behold the Self indivisible. Be happy through renunciation of attachment. You verily are Truth, devoid of change, motionless, one, of the nature of freedom. You have neither attachment nor aversion.

Why do you suffer, seeking the objects of desires? All the scriptures say that the Truth is without attributes, pure, immutable, bodiless, and existing equally everywhere. Know me to be That. Mar 18, Blog by Piyush Yadav. Add to Spiritual Diary. Fear – The word “fear” includes also such states of mind as insecurity,despair, and grief, all of which arise from a consciousness of oneself as limited and separate from others and which therefore can be dispelled.

How shall I salute the formless Being, indivisible, auspicious and. Salute – No form of greeting or worship is possible where there is no. Oh, to whom shall I make obeisance. I who am one and taintless?

Avadhuta Gita with English Translation

According to most philosophical systems of Avadhoofathese combine. Taintless – untouched by the slightest ignorance. The word is often. The essence and the whole of Vedanta is this Knowledge. There is no doubt that I am that God who is the Self of all. Pure, indivisible, like the sky. I indeed am immutable and infinite. Avadhootw do not know how or in relation to whom.

I have no mental activity, good of bad. I have no bodily function, good or bad. I have no verbal action, good or bad. I am the nectar of Knowledge.

All – the phenomenal universe. Continuous – without the intervention of another substance. Therefore homogeneous and undifferentiated. Hidden – The question of the Self as being hidden or visible. Why then do you not understand. O mighty One, how can you, who are ever-shining, unrestricted. You – Dattatreya now addresses the disciple to whom he is imparting.

Ancient Wisdom By Dattatreya (20 verses from The Avadhoota Gita)

Night – There can be no perception of any time or condition in perfect. The scripture declares in many different ways. You do not belong to that which is composed of bita five objects.

For you there is no birth or death, for you there is no mind. You verily are Truth, devoid of change, motionless, one.

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