ADI SHANKARACHARYA QUOTES IN KANNADA

“The soul is beyond all boundaries.”

“Stabilize the mind in the Self. Arise, awake, and stop not till the goal is reached.”

“The Self is the witness of all actions; the Self is free from all actions.”

“The truth of the Self is not something to be attained, but to be realized.”

“The mind is everything. It is the cause of bondage and liberation.”

“One who has attained self-realization is not affected by the threefold miseries of material existence.”

“The universe is a product of the mind. When the mind is pure, everything appears pure.”

“One who is desireless, free from attachment, and has a pure mind attains the supreme state of liberation.”

“The ultimate reality is not an object to be perceived, but the subject that perceives.”

“The only way to realize the truth of the Self is through intense devotion, self-control, and knowledge.”

“The Self is the undifferentiated consciousness that is present in all beings.”

“The Self is the innermost essence of all things, the source of all knowledge and bliss.”

“The true identity of the Self cannot be realized through the senses or the mind, but only through the pure intellect.” SNOWSTORM QUOTES FUNNY

“The mind is the root cause of all suffering. If the mind is purified, one attains liberation.”

“The essence of the scriptures is to realize the truth of the Self, which is beyond the realm of the senses.”

“The ultimate goal of human life is to realize the truth of the Self and be liberated from the cycle of birth and death.”

“The Self is not an object to be perceived, but the very subject that perceives.”

“One who has realized the truth of the Self is free from all fear, attachment, and sorrow.”

“One who has realized the truth of the Self sees the same reality in all beings.”

“The true nature of the Self is pure consciousness, which is beyond all limitations.”

“The Self cannot be realized through any external means, but only through the grace of the guru and intense sadhana.”

“The ultimate truth is that there is no duality, only the oneness of the Self.”

“The essence of all spiritual practice is to realize the truth of the Self and abide in that realization.”

“The Self is the absolute reality that transcends all relative realities.”