Ribhu Gita 2013

Chapter 5, Verse 57:

What little sankalpa there is, is all sorrow, nothing else. What little sankalpa there is, is a misapprehension about the reality of the world.

Chapter 5,Verses 63

What little sankalpa is there, all that does not exist. There is no doubt of this. The mind only is all the world. The mind itself is the great enemy.

Chapter-5, Verse-83

Beings do not exist, do not exist, either. All is non-existent; there is no doubt about this. Nidagha! That all is non-existent has been said by me in this discussion. Whoever hears this even once, he himself becomes Brahman.
Chapter 6, Verses 7: I am of the nature devoid of all. I am. I am the space of Consciousness. All this is, indeed, the Supreme Brahman. I am Brahman alone.
Chapter 6, Verses 3

I am of the nature of the Supreme Brahman. I am the supreme Bliss. This, indeed, is the great ablution: the certitude that I am Brahman.
Chapter 6, Verses 13

I am ever of the nature of Satsang. I am ever the Supreme. All this is, indeed, the Supreme Brahman. I am Brahman alone.
Chapter 6, Verses 20

I am of the nature of the radiance of the Self. I am the essence of the Light of the Self. All this is, indeed, the Supreme Brahman. I am Brahman alone.
Chapter6, Verses 25

I am ever of the nature of authoritative Knowledge. I transcend everything, always. All this is, indeed, the Supreme Brahman. I am Brahman alone.
Chapter 6, Verses 29

I am devoid of the attitude of having a body. I am,indeed, devoid of mind. All this is, indeed, the Supreme Brahman. I am Brahman alone.
Chapter 6, Verses 37

I, indeed, manifest as if another. I, indeed, manifest as if the body. All this is, indeed, the Supreme Brahman. I am Brahman alone.