the moments that are wasted in thinking of the objects that are not the
Self are spent on inquiry into the Self, Self realization will be attained
in a very short time!
the mind becomes established in the Self, some kind of bhavana is
essential (contemplation of a personified god or goddess with deep
emotion or religious feeling), otherwise the mind will be frequently
assailed by wayward thoughts or sleep.
method of inquiry into oneself should be practiced as soon as the
mental strength which is the result of such bhavana is attained
excellence of the practice (sadhana) lies in not giving room for a
single mental concept.
should practice until the state of 'I' and 'Mine' no longer exists.
state of being free from mental concepts is called dwelling in solitude.
of thought and inquiry alone removes attachment to the body - not
removing oneself from stations in life.
the world in the mind is real asceticism.
from samsara is real renunciation.
a silent witness of all activities taking place.
one who is free from all latent tendencies (impressions) is a Sage.