Autobiography of a Jnani now available for free download in both English and French, thanks to Gerald Dean. Autobiography of a Jnani Autobiography of a Jnani. AOAJ records the story of Rajivji’s nondual awakening with teacher Ed Muzika. The book offers rare descriptions of deep spiritual. Autobiography of a Jnani. ١ يوليو ٢٠١٠ ، الساعة ٤:٣٣ ص . eBook @ $ A new book is available for download. It is the complete edited dialogues between Ed.

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Sinking in the I sense will mean moving away from the void backwards. It must be lived in everyday life too: I find the objects beautiful, blissful and so connected with them, I mean all people around, the cars, the animals, the mountains and the valleys. Sir sometimes I do fear losing control. The “glimpse” has happened to me even during the office hours but it is rare. This needs to be tackled somehow. Nisaragadatta also points out how both the l-thought and I Am sense are unreal in the autobkography they are temporary and are ultimately mental constructs as opposed having reality on their own.

Experiences could be fleeting, changeable as they take place in the autpbiography but it does show we seem to be connected.

It often feels like death–and it is death to the I Am consciousness.

Thoughts jnaji emotions which arise and disappear on careful observation is not the real Me that is true, I catch them now just as they seem to arise. Sir You say “Enjoy the love of Consciousness while it lasts” Hmmmm I am very careful not to put effort in bringing about this oneness.


You see, the main purpose of the samadhis is to disidentify with the body, and identify instead with the totality of consciousness- -Oneness. The same is true I believe of the Tibetan meditation emphasis on the Void.

You are that knowing principal which is prior ontologically to the experiences.

Autobiograpjy my question is: These days dhyaan is immediate. It is a wonderful development! I then woke up to a sudden state, a state where I felt I am dying. My teacher, Robert Adams, stayed with both these teachers for a period of time, as well as with Yogananda. You know you are because you have seen consciousness come and go. Can I will myself back the same state?

The Void is not you, nor is the Void, Consciousness.

Autobiography of a Jnani

Auobiography gurus never have gone past this state of unity with consciousness. Sir do you think it is possible to move between these stages during sleep? Downplay any focus on the body or chakras in meditation. That generates too much Kundalini experiences and energizes thinking.

On wakeful witnessing again the void puts me in dream state. All of autoboigraphy understanding is of the mind which has to be transcended. I think next you will be dragged into the deep sleep state attached to the body.

Even the experience of the various Samadhis is not important. It is a continuation of your love of and for consciousness which has brought you as far as you have come. There is an extraordinary amount of pain and guilt in anyone who kills and eats animals. You are now answering the greatest questions posed by all beings through time.


Again On being aware the outer noises begin again. Open Preview See a Problem? The Void is Consciousness after high refinement through self-inquiry and meditation on the I or I Am. Sir, are you trying considering combining the two because one without the other is not “observing” the totality of it.

That is where the goal is. It may just a one-liner, yet I have this habit. It is the mind that does not know, because the mind can only know objects and all objects are impermanent forms, and are unreal. Unaffected in the least by this death, my being is shining clearly. He is married and has a young daughter and son, and runs a glass business with his father.

This is your first real test. The dialogues in this book are important because they show the birth of a Jnani, or one self-realized through self abidance, as opposed to the birth of a Yogi, who is one who applies meditation practices to that other than I. Nisargadatta learned all this from his teacher and tradition, but spends little time exploring these experiences and issues in his talks.

Self-Knowledge and Self-Realization

Thank you so much. The Samadhis point the way. You are having great fun now in consciousness and I don’t want to stop it.

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