I have no beginning, middle, or end;
I have never been, nor will ever be bound.
My nature is stainless; I am Purity itself.
This I know as a certainty.
The Avadhuta walking naked upon the earth, clothed only in the highest wisdom of the Self; a mystical sage of Ancient India, known as Dattatreya – the Avadhut, uttered words which arose spontaneously out of the depth of his being. Dattatreya’s words have served over the ages as a balm to heal suffering mankind and to guide the mind from mortal thoughts into immortality. Anyone who has heard Mooji’s readings from the Avadhuta Gita knows how much his presence brings to life the sacred utterances of the Avadhut. This beautiful arrangement of Mooji readings accompanied by soul-rendered music from Sangha artists is guaranteed to draw the attention into the heart of Being. Enjoy!
Duration: 1h 10 min
Excerpts from Dattatreya: The song of the Avadhut. Translation by Swami Abhayananda, published by Atma Books, 1992.
Music: Shree (vocals), Suryaneel (Basuri flute), Sridhar (vedic recitation), Nataraaj (sarod and editing), Guests (Pamela Bloom and Stream),
Photo: Jyoti Graziano