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30 ॥ अष्टावक्र गीता ॥Ashtavakra Gita Chapter 4 ॥ चतथु ोऽध्याम्॥ अष्टावक्र उवाच ॥ हन्तात्मऻानस्य धीयस्य खेरतो बोगरीरमा । न तह संसायवाहीकै भढू भ ्ै सह सभानता ॥ ४-१॥ janaka uvāca hantātmajñānasya dhīrasya khelato bhogalīlayā na hi saṁsāravāhīkairmūḍhaiḥ saha samānatā Janaka: The wise person of self-knowledge, playing the game of worldly enjoyment, bears no resemblance whatever to samsara's bewildered beasts of burden. ् प्रेप्सवो दीना् शक्रार्द्या् सवभदवे ता् । मत ऩदं अहो तत्र तस्थतो मोगी न हष भभऩु गच्छतत ॥ ४-२॥ yat padaṁ prepsavo dīnāḥ śakrādyāḥ sarvadevatāḥ aho tatra sthito yogī na harṣamupagacchati 31 ॥ अष्टावक्र गीता ॥Ashtavakra Gita Truly the yogi feels no excitement even at being established in that state which all the Devas from Indra down yearn for disconsolately.

Establishing yourself in firm dispassion, be free of passion and happy. तृष्णाभात्रात्मको फन्धस्तन्नाशो भोऺ उच्यते । बवासंसतिभात्रेण प्रातप्तततु ष्टभहुभु भहुभु ् ॥ १०-४॥ tṛṣṇāmātrātmako bandhastannāśo mokṣa ucyate bhavāsaṁsaktimātreṇa prāptituṣṭirmuhurmuhuḥ The essential nature of bondage is nothing other than desire, and its elimination is known as liberation. It is simply by not being attached to changing things that the everlasting joy of attainment is reached. 48 ॥ अष्टावक्र गीता ॥Ashtavakra Gita त्वभेकश्चेतन् शिु ो जडं तवश्वभसत्तथा । ु तथातऩ ते॥१०-५॥ अतवर्द्यातऩ न तकं तचत्सा का फबु त्सा tvamekaścetanaḥ śuddho jaḍaṁ viśvamasattathā avidyāpi na kiṁcitsā kā bubhutsā tathāpi te You are one, conscious and pure, while all this is just inert nonbeing.

Ashtavakra Gita तन्स्पृहं भानसं मस्य न ैयाश्मेऽतऩ भहात्मन् । ु ना के न जामते ॥ ३-१२॥ तस्यात्मऻानतृप्तस्य तर niḥspṛhaṁ mānasaṁ yasya nairāśye'pi mahātmanaḥ tasyātmajñānatṛptasya tulanā kena jāyate Who can be compared to the great-souled person whose mind is free from desire even in disappointment, and who has found satisfaction in self-knowledge? स्वबावाद ् एव जानानो दृश्मभेतन्न तकं चन । इदं ग्राह्यतभदं त्याज्यं स तकं ऩश्मतत धीयधी् ॥ ३-१३॥ svabhāvād eva jānāno dṛśyametanna kiṁcana idaṁ grāhyamidaṁ tyājyaṁ sa kiṁ paśyati dhīradhīḥ How should a strong-minded person who knows that what he sees is by its very nature nothing, consider one thing to be grasped and another to be rejected?

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