Ribhu Gita 2016

Chapter 8, Verses 44

Neither flesh, nor blood, nor marrow nor excremment, nor bone exist for me. One who abides in himself thus is called a jivanmukta.
Chapter 9,Verses 6

The blissful Self, one's own dear Self, the liberated Self, and the settled and thus one-pointed is the videhamukta.
Chapter 9, Verse 10

He does not remember himself in the least, anywhere at any time. He who remains in his natural state is the videhamukta.
Chapter 9, verse 13

The Supreme Self, transcending the guna-s, not accepting even "the Self of all," and he who is the great Self in all ways is the videhamukta.
Chapter 9, verse 16

Ever ascertained as the Self without qualities, the Self-less, the eternal Self, the Self that is void, the subtle nature he who is thus is the videhamukta.
Chapter 9, verse 20

Bereft of all sankalpa and being just Existence-Consciousness-Bliss, he who does not conclude that he exists is the videhamukta.
Chapter 9, verse 24

I am Brahman. I am all. Nothing else of the world exists. One who has this certitude is the videhamukta.