The Song of the Self-Supreme
Radhakamal Mukherjee (publisher Motilal Banarsidass Publishers 1971)
VII. Janaka on the tranquil and boundless ocean of the self
- Janaka said: In me, the infinite ocean, the ship of the universe moves here and there, driven by the wind of the mind. I do not have any impatience.
- In me, the boundless ocean, the waves corresponding to the worlds spontaneously rise and vanish. I experience neither gain nor loss on this account.
- In me, the limitless ocean, rests the familiar illusion of the world. In this knowledge, I, profund serene and formless, abide.
- The Self is not in any object, nor is any object in the Self which is infinite and signless. Hence I am free from attachment and desire. Serene in this (knowledge) alone I abide.