Ashtavakra Gita - Chapter: 7
- Janaka: In the infinite ocean of myself the world boat drifts here and there, moved by its own inner wind. I am not put out by that.
Let the world wave of its own nature rise or disappear in the infinite ocean of myself. I neither gain nor lose anything by that.
It is in the infinite ocean of myself that the mind-creation called the world takes place. I am supremely peaceful and formless, and I remain as such.
My true nature is not contained in objects, nor does any object exist in it, for it is infinite and spotless. So it is unattached, desireless and at peace, and I remain as such.
Truly I am but pure consciousness, and the world is like a magician's show, so how could I imagine there is anything there to take up or reject .