The Avadhoota Gita

The Advahoota Gita

BY DATTATREYA

Chapter 6

Verses 1/27

1. The srutis declare in various ways that this –
the ether and its like, and we ourselves are like a mirage.
If there is only one indivisible, all-comprehensive Absolute –
how can there be the comparable and comparison?

2. The supreme is without divisibility and in-divisibility.
The Supreme is without activity and changeability.
If there is only one indivisible, all-comprehensive absolute
how can there be worship – how can there be austerity?

3. The mind is verily supreme, undivided –
all-pervasive and devoid of largeness and smallness.
The mind is indeed the indivisible,
all-comprehensive absolute.
How can we do anything with the mind and speech?

4. The Self is the negation of
the distinction between night and day.
The Self is the negation of
the risen and the not-risen.
If there is only one indivisible, all-comprehensive absolute
how can there be the Sun., moon and fire?

5. The Self is that from which
the distinction of desire and desirelessness
of action and inaction are gone.
If there is only one indivisible, all-comprehensive absolute

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