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The Nisargadatta Gita by Pradeep Apte - Part 77

read by James Traverse

The Nisargadatta Gita
Pradeep Apte 
77. Right now, right here, you are the Absolute, the Parabrahman. Hold on to the
‘I am’ very firmly, ever abide in it and it’ll dissolve, then you are as you are.

 This very moment you are the Absolute, or the Parabrahman, the only trouble being that you have
wandered away far off from the ‘I am’ and are lost in the add-ons.

     Here lies the crux of the whole ‘Sadhana’ (practice) where you have to snip-off all the add-ons or
     appendages and come to the ‘I am’ in its total purity - that is, when it dawned on you without words.

This done, you now have to hold on to the wordless ‘I am’ very firmly and always abide in it,
    then it will disappear and you will be in your true natural state.