I Am That ~ 05
|date & time||15 Oct 1980 am|
|location||Buddha Hall, Pune|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 43min. Quality: good.|
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- Reader of the sutras: Sw Ananda Teertha.
- The sutra
- The one self never moves,
- Yet is too swift for the mind.
- The senses cannot reach it,
- Yet it is ever beyond their grasp.
- Remaining still, it outstrips all activity,
- Yet in it rests the breath of all that moves.
- It moves, yet moves not.
- It is far, yet it is near.
- It is within all this,
- And yet without all this.
- He who sees everything as nothing but the self,
- And the self in everything he sees,
- Such a seer withdraws from nothing.
- For the enlightened, all that exists
- Is nothing but the self,
- So how could any suffering or delusion
- Continue for those who know this oneness?
- He who pervades all, is radiant,
- Unbounded and untainted,
- Invulnerable and pure.
- He is the knower, the one mind,
- Omnipresent and self-sufficient.
- He has harmonized diversity
- Throughout eternal time.
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