Erkenne zum Zweck deiner Befreiung das Selbst , welches reines Bewusstsein ist, als den Zeugen von all diesem. Oh du alldurchdringender Einer! I-7 Du bist der eine Seher von allem, du bist immer frei. Deine einzige Bindung besteht darin, dass du den Seher als getrenntes Wesen ansiehst.
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This teaching from an enlightened Master goes deeper and more directly to the heart of who we are and how to see it. This kind of book is nothing ordinary. It is the sort that needs to be read over and over again. The truth is so stark that the ego self does not want to accept it, but through employing your own personal experiments in your daily life from the understanding offered in the teaching, the mind begins to see the Big Picture.
The most profound and meaningful book I have ever read. This book is a beacon upon the mountain of Knowing. All you have to do is to keep walking toward it and it will get brighter. My intellect has only finished 2 chapters, yet it wants to rate this book highly already. Janka says, even in crowd, his Advaita is maintained, just like in forest a person acutely feels loneliness, even in a busy market place, Janaka is able to maintain his Advaita.
He also says, all rooms for imagination has gone, with the true knowledge. The self illuminates its instruments, but must not mistake instruments to be itself. Just like after waking from dream, even though all illusions occuring in dream get destroyed, the dreamer still persists and his mind can say it was projecting illusory dreams.
There also is no bondage and all talks of freedom, bondage are meaningless, for the self is eternally free. Also, once reminded of its true nature, it again becomes boundless, ever restful, free. These illusory others springing forth from itself? It is the waker who can try to gain sleep. Similarly, so long as one is meditating, he has not apprehended the state of pure consciousness. Nirvikalpa means "devoid of all imaginations" suggesting "the spiritual state of thoughtlessness".
Later on Patanjali used it liberally and made it famous, and Sankara and other masters freely used it, but nirvikalpa is not found in major Upanishads or even in Bhagavad Gita, it is minted originally by Astavakra.
Ashtavakra Gita Swami Chinmayananda Chinmaya Mission