1.8 The thought: I am the doer is the bite of a poisonous snake. To know: I do nothing is the wisdom of faith.
1.13 Meditate on this: I am Awareness alone-Unity itself. Give up the idea that you are separate, a person,
that there is within and without.
1.19 Just as a mirror exists both within and without the image reflected, the Supreme Self exists both within and
without the body.
1.20 Just as the same space exists both within and without a jar, the timeless, all-pervasive One exists
2.5 Look closely at cloth, you see only threads. Look closely at creation, you see only Self.
3.10 A great soul witnesses his bodys actions as if they were anothers. How can praise or blame disturb him?
15.6 Realize Self in All and All in Self. Be free of personal identity and the sense of mine. Be happy
15.11 Let the waves of the universe rise and fall as they will. You have nothing to gain or lose. You are the ocean.
16.1 You can recite and discuss scripture all you want, but until you drop everything you will never know Truth.
16.8 Indulgence creates attachment. Aversion creates abstinence. Like a child, the sage is free of both and thus
lives on as a child.
16.9 One who is attached to the world thinks renouncing it will relieve his misery. One who is attached to nothing
is free and does not feel miserable even in the world.
16.10 He who claims liberation as his own, as an attainment of a person, is neither enlightened nor a seeker. He
suffers his own misery.
17.4 Rare in the world is one who does not relish past enjoyments, nor yearn for enjoyments to come.
17.5 Those who desire pleasure and those who desire liberation are both common in the world. Rare is the great soul
who desires neither enjoyment nor liberation.
17.17 The liberated one neither avoids experience nor craves it. He enjoys what comes and what does not.
18.9 Knowing for certain that all is Self, the sage has no trace of thoughts such as I am this or I am not that.
18.37 Because he desires to know God, the ignorant man can never become That. The wise man is God because he is free
of desire and knows nothing.
18.40 For he who thinks knowledge is things and ideas how can there be Self-knowledge? The wise do not see separate
things; only the timeless Self.
18.42 Some believe in existence; others believe nothing exists. Rare is the one who believes nothing and is never
18.43 Weak intellectuals may believe the Self is One without other. But being mired in illusion they do not
actually know Self, so live out their lives in misery.
18.49 The sage does whatever appears to be done without thinking of good or bad. His actions are those of a
18.55 Though his servants, sons, wives, daughters, grandchildren and all his relatives ridicule
and despise him, the yogi is undismayed.
18.56 Though pleased he is not pleasured; though pained he does not suffer. This wonderful state is
understood only by those like him.
18.58 Even doing nothing the dull one is anxious and distracted. Even amidst great action the wise
one remains still.