Ribhu sprach: I Oh Brahmin! Wer hungrig ist, wird satt und zufrieden von der Nahrung , die er isst. Weshalb stellst dur mir diese Frage d. I Zufriedenheit bedeutet die Ruhe des Geistes.
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Order Online Translated from the original Sanskrit by Dr. It is a consummate work of the spirit, an astonishing description of direct Nondual experience and understanding. First-hand descriptions of the experience of Nonduality are precious and rare. None is more powerful than this classic. Its uncompromising declaration communicates the uninterrupted direct experience of the Sage known as Ribhu.
The language is accessible, forceful -- and points clearly beyond the limits of time and circumstance. The Indian cultural frame, traditional dialog between Guru and disciple, is subsumed into the directly penetrating insight that is absolute, beyond any concept. In this second edition, footnotes have been added presenting alternative meanings to the word or phrase immediately preceding the footnote number or show the Sanskrit word in transliterated form that has been translated into English.
This second edition also contains an enhanced glossary from the original first edition. May we all recognize in this text the freedom and happiness of the Absolute, our True Nature, as reflected in the words of the great Sage Ribhu!
The language is accessible, forceful — and points clearly beyond the limits of time and circumstance. This book is an English translation of Ribhu Gita may be the only one existing from Aurobindo Ashram press, Pondichery. I am really eager to get this. November 09, Sanskrkt ask because I would like to be sure that the gitaa is really in an unaltered form compared with the original text.
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