Today's post is a bit different, not a playlist, but an audio book at the end.
Today you will find links to a writing I just learned about this morning, the Ashtavakra Gita. Gita means song (which I sometimes take to mean poem or other writing that may/may not be set to actual music), and Ashtavakra is a Sage who taught King Janaka about Oneness.
Here is a bit of background from Wikipedia:
Identification of Ashtavakra
In a conversation between Janaka and Ashtavakra, pertaining to the deformity of his crooked body, Ashtavakra explains that the size of a Temple is not affected by how it is shaped, and the shape of his own body does not affect himself (or Atman). The ignorant man's vision is shrouded by names and forms but a wise man sees only himself: "
There are a number of resources listed at the end of the article. I liked these two in particular:
Ashtavakra Gita in Devanagari with English translation side by side
John Richards translation in pdf format