Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda: Abandonment Of Non-Self

ṇatthi mama ko vi moho bujjhadi uvaoga eva ahamekko.
Taṃ mohaṇimmamattaṃ samayassa viyāṇayā viṃti.
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ṇatthi hi mama dhammādῑ bujjhadi uvaoga eva ahamekko.
Taṃ dhammaṇimmamattaṃ samayassa viyāṇayā viṃti..
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(Bujjhadi) Realization that (moho mama ko vi ṇatthi) delusion is nothing to me/is not my attribute, (ekko uvaoga eva ahaṃ) and nothing else but consciousness (knowledge and intuition) is mine i.e. I am nothing else but consciousness, (taṃ samayassa viyāṇayā mohaṇimmamattaṃ viṃti) such knowledge is called abandonment of delusion by the wise ones who are well versed in scriptural knowledge or have themselves achieved self-realization.

(Bujjhadi) Realization that (dhammādῑ mama hi ṇatthi) none of the eternal substances viz. dharmāstikāya etc. is myself or belongs to me; (ekko uvaoga eva ahaṃ) and nothing else but consciousness (knowledge and intuition) is mine i.e., I am nothing else but consciousness (taṃ samayassa viyāṇayā dhammaṇimma­mattaṃ viṃti) such knowledge is called abandonment of non-self such as dharmāstikāya by the wise ones who are well versed in scriptural knowledge or have themselves achieved self-realization.

Sources

Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda Publishers:
Jain Vishva Bharati University First Edition: 2009

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