What the fuck does Nisargadatta mean by "I Am"?
Nisargadatta Maharaj gives seekers the same advice his guru gave him: abide in the "I Am".
I have looked and looked and couldn't find in "I Am That" him explaining exactly what he means by that. Maybe it is included in other books.
Of course I have my own speculations but I want to be sure since it seems to be a key issue.
Please, if you give your assumptions, please indicate that it is a such otherwise please, if you can, include the quote of his explanation.
** 12/9/2011 - I added here a PDF file I found on the net that contains all the quotes of Nisargadatta Maharj in which he mentions or addresses the "I Am". The file is from http://www.stillnessspeaks.com/
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