Spirituality

You and the World are One

Another great verse from Ashtavakra Gita:

You are the endless sea
In whom all the worlds like waves
Naturally rise and fall.

You have nothing to win,
Nothing to lose.
Child,
You are pure awareness,
Nothing less.

You and the world are one.

So who are you to think
You can hold on to it,
Or let it go?

How could you!
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-Ashtavakra Gita 15: 11-12

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