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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita



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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita



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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita



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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita



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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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To some, the Self appears as "other";
To me, the Self is 'I'
Like undivided space,
One alone exists.
How, then, could the subject and object of meditation be two?




The Avadhuta Gita

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