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  1. Awareness
  2. One's Self
  3. Recognition
  4. Self Knowledge
  5. Rest
  6. Knowledge
  7. Formlessness
  8. Bondage
  9. Renunciation
  10. Understanding
  11. Acceptance
  12. Ignorance
  13. Freedom
  14. Fearlessness
  15. Achievement
  16. Discrimination
  17. Desire
  18. Imagination
  19. Opinions
  20. The Self

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Astavakta Gita, Chapter 7 -- Of Formlessness

King Janaka

It is in the infinite ocean of myself
that the world bark wanders here and there,
driven by its own inner wind.
I am not upset by that.

Let the world wave rise or vanish of its own nature
in the infinite ocean of myself.
There is no increase or diminution to me from it.

It is in the infinite ocean of myself
that the imagination called the world takes place.
I am supremely peaceful and formless,
and as such I remain.

My true nature is not contained in objects,
nor does any object exist in it,
for it is infinite and spotless.
So it is unattached, desireless and at peace,
and as such I remain.

Truly I am but pure consciousness,
and the world is like a conjuror's show,
so how could I imagine there is anything there
to take up or reject?