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

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When one is established in the final free Absolute state, the knowledge ‘I am’ becomes ‘non-knowledge’.

The Absolute state is the ultimate state or you can say that it is the stateless state. After the disappearance of the ‘I am’ which was the primary and root concept, there is no content anymore. The ‘I am’ departing there is no duality anymore, the knowledge ‘I am’ becomes ‘non-knowledge’ as it is not required anymore. The dissolution of the ‘I am’ is the end of all experience as well, as who is to experience what? The knowledge ‘I am’ is the initiator of everything, in its absence nothing is left.
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