Free online book: The Wild Song of Standing Free

The Wild Song of Standing Free, a book I wrote in a couple of weeks in 1997 as preparation for beginning my online work in nonduality, is available at no charge at

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OfHjwFRD-2wMD901XTa45kQXU99df0N4i9sF0rIk1yc/edit?usp=sharing

The book consists of short poetical verses inspired by the Avadhuta Gita:

“The title of this book is consumed. The beginning of this book is consumed. The middle of this book is consumed. The end of this book is consumed. This entire book is non-existent. To say the book is non-existent is to say it is existent. The sea of existence and non-existence is parted. All is essenced by the interval. There I know the One Day. There I Stand Free. The author is essenced.”

“Clearly I have not a body; nor have I knowledge of the Absolute. I am the Absolute. Do not think that I am in any way separate from any entity or that there are any entities at all.”

“I do not subscribe to anything; there is nothing to subscribe to. There is nothing manifest. There is nothing deep or wonderful. No out-of-sling purpose to anything. No secrets. No sevens.”

“The Truth is not a man or woman; it is not an idea or an intuition; it is not joyful or sorrowful; it is not bliss, being or consciousness. It is: I am the One Standing Free.”

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