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QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM ‘I AM THAT’ #32

All I can say is “I am”, all else is inference. But the inference has become a habit. Destroy all habits of thinking and sleeping. The sense “I am” is a manifestation of a deeper cause, which you may call self, God, Reality or by any other name.

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QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM ‘PRIOR TO CONSCIOUSNESS’ #24

The “I am” and the Absolute are not two. In the Absolute the “I amness” comes and then the experience takes place. Whatever is happening, from the Absolute standpoint, without the knowledge “I am”, is very profound, unlimited, and expansive.

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QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM “SEEDS OF CONSCIOUSNESS” #17

The knowledge “I am” is the first ignorance and whatever knowledge you acquire with it is ignorance. Go back to the source of your ignorance.

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ASSORTED QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ #10

To locate a thing you need space, to place an event you need time; but the timeless and spaceless defies handling. It makes everything perceivable, yet itself is beyond perception.

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QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM “CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE ABSOLUTE” #19

What is the most ingrained habit you have? It is to say “I am”. This is the root habit. Words and experiences are unworthy of you.

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QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM “THE NECTAR OF IMMORTALITY” #14

Consciousness is the sense of knowingness “I am” without words, and it appeared unknowingly and unsolicited. Only in the realm of knowingness ‘I am” “the consciousness” can a world be, and so also an experience.

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Q: Who sees there is no doer? (Self-Enquiry, Ramana, Who am I?)

Q: You say there is no doer, and that this is a key point in your teaching, but who or what sees there is no doer?  886 more words

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