Absolutely yes, ywe can attain Mukti this very moment, as claimed in ashtavakra Geeta, and is the basis of all Advaita philosophy.
Ashtavakra says that it is us who are holding onto things, to our emotions, to our intellect. We are the ones who are being clingy and not the other way around. And Mukti is simply a realisation of this truth. This is how knowledge is enough to liberate. This is Sankhya.
It says you don’t have to do a single karma to attain Mukti. Mukti is your nature. All you need to do is let go.
Let go how?
There are two ways to it
- Either you just trust this holy knowledge as the eternal truth – This is sankhya. Mukti through simply knowing.
What is to be known?
The literal meaning of the Sanskrit word Sankhya is mathematics. Many would know still the hindi word for numbers is sankhya. Thus sankhya very logically explains it’s philosophy. The level of logic is unmatched by any book ever trust me.
Krishnamurthy was a great proponent of this philosophy. Ashtavakra Geeta is the best book on this philosophy.
2. Or you are not the kind who would just hear and believe. You want to actually experience that there is no death for you. Then you take the long way of yoga such as Patanjali yoga and through a variety of other ways.
So, make your choice 🙂