True Understanding

by Joan Greenblatt

He sang with complete abandon, playing huge symbols and occasionally ringing a large bell mounted on the ceiling.

Every day, as part of the daily routine, Nisargadatta Maharaj would play his part in keeping alive the spirit of his Guru's teachings and the lineage from which they derive. More than just hymns of praise, these songs reflect the highest wisdom; they represent spontaneous outpourings from the hearts of sages past. Many are taken from the abhangs of the beloved Marathi saint, Tukaram.

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