9. If you have understood what ‘you’ really are, is there any necessity for spiritual pursuits?
10. The waking state, sleep, beingness, all this experience combined, is the ignorance only. That ignorance termed as ‘birth’ means these three.
11. Prior to the appearance of this beingness, you were purely Parabrahman, the Absolute.
12. Witnessing happens to the Absolute, which is the unborn eternal principle called the Parabrahman.
13. ‘You’ the Absolute are not the body, and not even the indwelling beingness.
14. The ultimate principle is prior to the sphere of subject-object.
15. The Absolute ‘non-being’ state, by assuming the being state becomes dual in manifestation.
16. When the dhyana-yoga is done correctly, the beingness gradually dissolves into ‘non-beingness’.
17. My process is atma-yoga, which means abidance in the Self.
18. Transcending individuality, one is the manifest beingness only. In this process the Unmanifest reveals itself.
19. Unmanifest means total quietude and rest; then there is no birth and death, no coming and going.
20. I, the Absolute, am not my beingness but a witness to it, which is the total manifestation.
21. Not identifying with the body-mind sense, you will first transcend into the beingess and later you will transcend the beingness as well.
22. ‘I’, the Absolute, am not the personal ‘I’. The personal ‘I’ cannot tolerate impersonal beingness and hence fears death.
23. The factual, eternal ‘I’, the Absolute has no fear of death.
24. One who transcends time, the beingness and its attributes, abides in the Absolute.
25. Prior to, during and after the dissolution, I, the Absolute ever prevail, untouched, untainted and unchanged.
26. The knowledge ‘I am’ is not the Absolute.
27. The Absolute cannot be understood. Whatever you understand, you are not that. In non-understanding, you understand yourself.
28. In the state prior to your birth, you are bereft of waking, sleep and knowingness. Abide in that state during meditation.
29. Samadhi will be there but ‘You’ the Absolute, are not in the Samadhi.
30. With the transcendence of the knowledge ‘I am’, the Absolute prevails. The state is called Parabrahman, while the knowledge ‘I am’ is termed Brahman.
31. The knowledge ‘I am’ or beingness is an illusion.
32. When Brahman is transcended only the Parabrahman remains, without a trace of the knowledge ‘I am’.
33. Would there be any necessity of beingness in the Parabrahman?
34. The beingness is a superimposition, a cloak of illusion over the Absolute.
35. How was I in the absence of the message ‘I am’ – that is prior to beingness?
36. Prior to experiencing the ‘I am’ and the world I abided in myself, in my eternal Absolute state.
37. Without beingness – that is without the message ‘I am’ – Only my eternal Absolute state prevails.
38. Who would have witnessed the message ‘I am’ if my priormost state of ‘non-beingness’ was not?
39. There are no experiences in my eternal state; ‘I’ alone prevail even without the message ‘I am’.
40. When the state of beingness it totally swallowed, whatever remains is that eternal ‘I’.
41. The Navanaths loudly chant ‘Alakh Niranjan!’ (Alakh = the state before conception and Niranjan = the unblemished.)
42. Stabilize in the source of your being and you will transcend time and ever prevail in eternity.
43. When you are established in the final free state, the knowledge ‘I am’ becomes ‘non-knowledge’.