HE Avadhuta Gita is attributed to the sage Dattatreya, who spontaneously sang it after purifying himself in meditation and becoming absorbed in the. This work is incomplete. If you’d like to help expand it, see the help pages and the style guide, or leave a comment on this work’s talk page. Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya [Dattatreya, Swami Ashokananda] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. One of the purest statements of the.

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Within this cause is Reality. Do not hold the immature, the credulous, the foolish, the slow, the layman and the fallen to have nothing good in them. By nature pure, taintless is my Self.

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The law of cause and effect touches It not. The Avadhut has no ideal, neither strives after the attainment of an ideal. Views Read Edit View history. There is no “you” nor “I”, no world, no Guru nor disciple.

They are both translated by the same person yet this one is dull and uninspiring. I am thus the pure Shiva, devoid of all doubt. Dattatreya was a Shakta or a worshiper of the goddess, and probably a naked sage or an outcast. See all avadhkta reviews. Do not cry, mind, verily you are All.

If it’s seen as both real and unreal, can that be the experience of Unity? Concentration is not possible either on perishable objects, on account of their mutability, nor on the Self. The Self is free from day and night, and therefore the conception of Its pilgrimage in time and space is no true one.


The talented as well as the witless attain the state of desirelessness by knowing the mystery of the Self, through the Grace of their spiritual teacher. There -is no me, no you, no manifold world; All is the Self, and the Avahuta alone.

How can the Eternal, the All be expressed in any way? The cause of imagination too is absent in me.

There are three kinds of wine, produced from syrup, grain and honey. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In other words, the difference between what is Formless and what has Form disappears forever, and it is co-eternal with the vision of the Universe in Atman.

This is a collection of sayings by Sri Dattatreya, the first guru. Neither of these exists independently. Who Reality is I do not know. I am the nectar which is knowledge absolute; beyond the range of the senses I am.

Understand that the Self is continuous Being, The One within all, without any division. A Concise Dictionary of Indian Philosophy: The wise man does not strive for anything, not even for good conduct, righteousness or liberation. Where, then, are the castes or the stages of life?

Translation:Avadhuta Gita

Eternal peace, space-like Transcendental Truth am I. Dattatreya speaks knowingly as the source and does not mince words. It is all purity, in Itself, by Itself. Ever practicing Gitta, not depending on any object, the yogi merges his consciousness in Reality, and becomes Reality. His Soul is naked and free from all taints and modifications of the illusory world. Why do you weep, 0 mind? Become aware of the indivisible Self.


No duality can touch the conception of Reality, because It is all-pervasive. Explore the Home Tita Guide. How can I be Self-realisable? This is the Song [Gita] of the great Dattatreya Avadhut. The seed of the plant of the world exists not in me, contentment and pleasures exist not in me; bondage and ignorance are not in me; space-like, Absolute Reality am I.

The intellect, the mind and the senses are not mine. This I know for sure. In It is neither day nor night. The word “avadhut” refers to one who has renounced all worldly attachments and connections and lives in a state beyond body consciousness. None can teach you. How can I talk avaddhuta attachment and detachment, since I am taintless Nirvana? The mind is not my own. Run not to and fro like a ghost. You pervade ggita equally, and there is neither inner nor outer.