Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya, an ancient text of pure Nonduality describing Self- Realization and the transcendence of all else. Contains the Sanskrit (devanagari) . Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya with English translation and exhaustive introduction by Kanoo Mal published in On other page(s): History and calligraphy of the The Avadhuta Gita Source: # 73 to 75, Reprinted from Abhayananda, S., Dattatreya: The Song Of The Avadhut .

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I am neither with an essence, nor am I without an essence. Of course thi This book is all about Advaita Vedanta, one of the highest classic Indian paths to spiritual realization. The Avadhut has no ideal, neither strives after the attainment of an ideal.

There is no variety nor unity avadhut him; no bondage nor absence of bondage. It possesses neither intellect nor the power of thought.

The mind is as space, avzdhuta all. How, then, could you think to know the Self? Never was I bound. Self is not purified by the six daattatreya of Yoga. There’s no such thing as an infinite form; The infinite Reality has no form of Its own. Truly, you’re the unchanging Essence of everything! The Avadhut may be compared to immeasurable space. How can the ultimate Reality be described, since It is neither white nor any other colour, has no qualities such as sound, and is beyond voice and mind?


I do not know Shiva; how can I speak of Him? You are, yourself, Intelligence- An Intelligence that never ceases, never strays. Know well that all the senses are as space, and so also their objects. That undifferentiated, eternal, all-pervasive Self alone is.

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Retrieved from ” https: T he world of form and the formless Void: I know the avwdhuta of the one supreme Being; Like space, It extends everywhere. This is a collection of sayings by Sri Dattatreya, the first guru. Customers who bought this item also bought. Know that you are free from the illusory world. Words cannot describe this consciousness Absolute.

Name and form are neither in you nor in me.

His path is free from any such consideration. Woe to those who are attached to it, and indifferent to the ever blissful Self.

Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya by Dattātreya

Return to Book Page. The illusory world is not my modification. Duality is the product of defective vision. You have neither attachment nor aversion; Why, then, do you worry and succumb to desire? He realizes these change over time and with each age, it will be different. I’m not the doer, nor am I the enjoyer; I do not pervade anything, nor am I pervaded. The sayings are absolute non-duality.

Nor is it seen through postures. Concentrated bliss, alone and secondless, is Reality and that is the Avadhut. This is the Song [Gita] of the great Dattatreya Avadhut.


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I am subtler than primordial substance, beyond elements and compounds, free from birth and death, above duality and unity. Neither formless nor with form, described in the scriptures as “neither this, nor that”, free rattatreya separation and unity, the true Self reigns supreme. Lachesis rated it it was amazing Oct 22, Dattatrsya text has been influential on the Nath tradition of Hinduism, states Rigopoulos, and its teachings form a foundation of their Sama-rasya doctrine:. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya

Self is not the knower nor the known. How can the intellect, which operates only in duality, and which is perishable, discern It? A ll the scriptures unanimously declare That ‘the pure, formless, undifferentiated Reality Is the Essence of all forms.

When my tongue began to praise You it lost the power of praising others. The title of the text, Avadhuta means “liberated soul”, while Gita means song.