Ribhu Gita 2015

Chapter 7, Chapter 50

Look upon all sound as unreal and all touch as ever unreal. Look upon all forms as unreal and all taste as ever unreal.
Chapter 8, Verses 6

He who has no body or such, who is certain that he is Brahman, and who is filled with the highest Bliss is called a jivanmukta.
Chapter 8, Verses 8

He who is definite of being only Consciousness, who is of the nature of Consciousness alone, and who does not remember anything else is called a jivanmukta.
Chapter 8, Verses 18

I have no body. I have no distinguishing marks. I have no cause. I have no fourth state. He who is established in himself thus is called a jivanmukta.
Chapter 8, Verse 24

I have no punya; I have no papa. I have no body. I have nothing auspicious. I have nothing to see. Such a seer is called a jivanmukta.
Chapter 8, Verse 28

There is no Guru for me, no disciple for me,no teaching for me, nothing higher for me, and no object is exalted for me. Such a one is called a jivanmukta.
Chapter 8, Verse 34

There is no muttering of mantra-s for me, no mantra-s at all for me, no homa-s for me, no night for me - none of all this for me. One who abides in himself thus is called a jivanmukta.
Chapter 8, Verses 40

There is no existence for me. There is no birth for me; there is no aging for me; there is no decay for me. There is no superimposition for me. One who abides in himself thus is called a jivanmukta.