The True Thought – Quotes from Hindu Scriptures

Those who do not know this entire world as consciousness in reality see it as material and drift in the ocean of delusion. (Vishnu Purana, 1.4.40)

This is to be attained through the mind indeed, there is no diversity here whatsoever; he who sees as though there is difference here, goes from death to death. (Katha Upanishad, 2.1.11)

The individual soul, considering itself and the Controller as different, revolves in this great wheel of Brahman that is the sustenance of all and the place of dissolution of all. When (one’s Self is) adored (as identified) with him (God), (then) thereby one attains immortality. (Shvetashvatara Upanishad, 1.6)

If the heart’s knot of ignorance is totally destroyed, what natural cause can there be for inducing such a man to selfish action — the man who is averse to sense-pleasure? (Vivekachudamani, 423)