“(The Atma) is not even in name different (from the Brahm.) It is not hidden in the high words (of the Vedas.) O Friend! How can I call it uniform or varied? I am by nature Eternal Freedom beyond all ills.” Avadhuta Gita, 4.13
“Know me to be free from one and all. For me there is neither the Maya nor its opposite. How can I be said to have anything to do with the Sandhya and other prescribed devotional duties? I am by nature Eternal Freedom beyond all ills.” Avadhuta Gita, 4.18
The Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya
“He who has filled the universe, He who is Self in self, how shall I salute Him!” To know the Atman as my nature is both knowledge and realisation. “I am He, there is not the least doubt of it.” “No thought, no word, no deed, creates a bondage for me. I am beyond the senses, I am knowledge and bliss.” There is neither existence nor non-existence, all is Atman. Shake off all ideas of relativity; shake off all superstitions; let caste and birth and Devas and all else vanish. Why talk of being and becoming? Give up talking of dualism and Advaitism! When were you two, that you talk of two or one? The universe is this Holy One and He alone. Talk not of Yoga to make you pure; you are pure by your very nature. None can teach you.”
— Swami Vivekananda on the Avadhuta Gita
As a yoga student/teacher, are you only familiar with the Bhagavad Gita?
It is my nature to be Free.