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Ribhu Gita Verses

  1. Ribhu Gita 1-5
  2. Ribhu Gita 6-10
  3. Ribhu Gita 1-15
  4. Ribhu Gita 16-20
  5. Ribhu Gita 21-25
  6. Ribhu Gita 26-30
  7. Ribhu Gita 31-35
  8. Ribhu Gita 36-40
  9. Ribhu Gita 41-45
  10. Heart of Ribhu Gita

Forty Verses on Reality

  1. Verses 1 - 8
  2. Verses 9 - 16
  3. Verses 17 - 24
  4. Verses 25 - 32
  5. Verses 33 - 40

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        Ribhu Gita - Chapter 26, Verse 41-45
  1. Pure and impure thoughts are a feature of the mind. There are no wandering thoughts in the Supreme Being. Therefore, abide as That and, free from the pure and impure thoughts of the mind, remain still like a stone or a log of wood. You will then be always happy.

  2. By constantly thinking of the undifferentiated Supreme Being and forgetting thereby all thoughts, including the thought of the Supreme Being, you will become the all-comprehensive Supreme Being. Even a great sinner who hears and understands this teaching will get rid of all his sins and become the undifferentiated Supreme Being.

  3. The endless textbooks of spiritual instruction have already prescribed meditation for attaining purity of mind. In order that those who have become pure in mind may easily attain liberation and, realizing that they are absolute and boundless Bliss, remain still like a stone in the undifferentiated and all-comprehensive Supreme Formless God, the nature of this immaculate state has been expounded by me.

  4. Therefore, attaining purity of mind by constantly thinking that everything that is known is the Supreme Being and that Supreme Being is oneself, and thereafter abiding in the state of complete identity with the Absolute Reality, liberation can be attained here and now. I have spoken the truth. In this manner, Sage Ribhu expounded the true and full state of being to Nidagha.


  5. When one is convinced that one is always That which is Existence-Consciousness-Bliss and abides as That in a state of complete identity, one casts off the unreal bondage of identification with birth and death and attains liberation. This is the significance of the highly blissful mood and dance of our Supreme and undifferentiated God.