Nisargadatta Maharaj was one of the great sages of modern India. The talks in this collection are transcribed from tape recordings made during question and answer periods between 1980 and 1981. Maharaj passed away in November of 1981 at the age of eighty-four.
The central core of Maharaj's teaching is: Until man can free himself from false identifications, from pretensions and delusions of various kinds, he cannot come face to face with the eternal verity that is latent within his own self. "What the mind invents, the mind destroys. But the real is not invented and cannot be destroyed..."
Published by The Acorn Press
edited by Jean Dunn
Softcover 154 pages