Nisargadatta Gita - Message of Nisargadatta Maharaj
with commentary by 'Pradeep Apte'

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Finally you have to transcend the ‘I am’ to enter the concept-free Parabrahman state, where you do not even know you are!

Ultimately what is the whole objective of the ‘Sadhana’ or ‘Practice’, which cannot be avoided? After understanding the knowledge ‘I am’ completely, you will have to meditate on it. You just cannot by-pass this step. The whole idea is to transcend the primary concept ‘I am’, only then you would be free from all concepts and enter your true natural Parabrahman state. This state is ever prevailing, right now, at this very moment itself! In fact you were never out of it. In this state there are no concepts, hence it devoid of content and there is no question of any experience, thus you wouldn’t even know that you are.
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