The Nisargadatta Gita Book

by Pradeep Apte

DEDICATED TO THE GREAT MASTER

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

57. The One who abides in that principle

by which he knows ‘I am’ knows all and

does not require anything.

 

The One who has transcended the ‘I am’ is the Absolute, he knows the knowledge ‘I am’ has only spontaneously appeared on him, is utterly false and will spontaneously disappear. He knows the root or the seed very well, hence he knows all. The One abiding in his True Self does not require anything at all, he is above needs and requirements.

 

SOURCE:
The Nisargadatta Gita

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