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Shri Adi Brama describes characteristics of the person who has realized that he is Brahman. The aspirant for liberation is advised to meditate on these in order to attain to the same state.
brahmz Unattached am I, unattached am I, ever free from attachment of any bgahma I am of the nature of Existence-Consciousness-Bliss. I am the very Self, indestructible and ever unchanging. I am eternal, I am pure free from the control of mAyA. I am ever liberated. I am formless, indestructible and changeless. I am of the nature of infinite bliss. I am the very Self, indestructible and changeless. I am eternal, I am free from blemish, I am formless, I am indestructible and changeless.
I am of the nature of supreme bliss. I am pure consciousness, I revel in my own Self. I am of the nature of indivisible concentrated bliss. I am the indwelling consciousness, I am calm free from all agitationI am beyond prakrti mAyAJnaanavali am of the nature of eternal bliss, I am the very Self, indestructible and changeless. I am the supreme Self, beyond all the categories such as prakRti, mahat, ahankAra, etc. I am beyond mAyA. I am the supreme light.
I am beyond all the different forms. I am of the nature of pure consciousness. I am never subject to decline. I am of the nature of bliss. There is neither mAyA nor its effects such as the body for me. I am of the same nature and self-luminous. I am beyond the three gunas-sattva, rajas, and tamas. I am the witness of even Brahma and others. I am the inner controller, I am immutable, I am all-pervading.
I am myself the supreme Self. I am devoid of parts.
Brahma Jnanavali Mala
I am the self of all. I am the primordial one. I am the ancient, eternal one. I am the directly intuited self. I am the witness of all pairs of opposites.
I am the witness of everything. I am a mass of awareness and of consciousness. I am not a doer nor an experiencer. I am without any support, and I msla the support of all. I have no desires jnanavall be fulfilled. I am free from the three kinds of afflictions- those in the body, those from other beings and those caused by higher powers. I am different from the gross, subtle and causal bodies.
I am the witness of the three states of waking, dream and deep sleep. There are two things which are different from each other. They are the seer and the seen.
The seer is Brahman and the seen is mAyA.
Brahma Jnanavali Mala
This is what all Vedanta proclaims. He who realizes after repeated contemplation that he is a mere witness, he alone is liberated. He is the enlightened one. This is proclaimed by Vedanta.
The pot, wall, etc. Likewise, the entire universe is brrahma but Brahman. Brahman is real, the universe is mithya it cannot be categorized as either real or unreal. The jiva is Brahman itself and not different. This should be understood as the correct SAstra. 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. Sections of this page.
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