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Be Still, It is the Wind that Sings
Be Still, It is the Wind that Sings

Be Still, It is the Wind that Sings

by Arthur Osborne

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English

Publisher

Sri Ramanasramam

ISBN

9788182880924 - Year: 2008 - Pages: 475

Binding

Paperback

Arthur Osborne

Author: Arthur Osborne
T.V. Gopalakrishnan/
Publisher: Sri Ramanasramam
Year: 2008
Language: English
Pages: 475
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788182880924

Description

When Arthur Osborne founded The Mountain Path in 1964, he declared: “The aim of this journal is to set forth the traditional wisdom of all religions and all ages, especially as testified to by their saints and mystics, and to clarify the paths available to seekers in the conditions of our modern world.” And then he added: “The Mountain Path is dedicated to Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi.”

This anthology of articles and poems that he contributed to the journal under his own name and various pseudonyms complements an earlier volume, For Those With Little Dust. Included is a longer work on the ‘question of Progress’ as well as 16 hitherto unpublished poems.

Taken together, they form a powerful testament of the clarity and dedication he brought to bear upon his chosen task as a devotee of Sri Ramana Maharshi. Whether elucidating the subtleties of Bhagavan’s life and teachings, bridging the apparent diversity of religious practice and belief, or simply surrendering to the exquisite inspirations of his Muse, Arthur Osborne’s energetic writings from the last decade of his life continue to strike an inner-chord at the turn of the millennium.

Contents

What Remains?
The Song
This Dream
The Poet The Wind

Foreword
By Kitty Osborne

Arthur Osborne
By Lucia Osborne

Sri Ramana Maharshi

Hinduism

Buddhism

Islam

Christianity

Comparative Religion

Poems

Appendix

List of Articles by Arthur Osborne


SRI RAMANA MAHARSHI
The Look that Pierced
Ramana still Lies
The Ascent
The Maharshi’s Place in History
The Essential Teaching of the Maharshi
The Nature and Function of the Guru
Self-Realisation as taught by Bhagavan
Stilling the Mind Through Vichara as Taught by Bhagavan
Why Bhagavan Ignored symbolism
Effort, Grace and Destiny
Physical Supports of Grace
The Two Kinds of Guru
Austerity
Vegetarianism
The Collaborator
Sri Bhagavan’s Teaching – The Literary Testimony
Happiness

HINDUISM
Advaita

HINDUISM (Continued)
Bhakti Marga and Jnan Marga
The Threefold Scripture
The name
Krishna, Teacher of Dharma
The Swami Vivekananda Birth Centenary

BUDDHISM
Buddha and Ramana
The Four Noble truths
Some Consequences of Anatta
Ignorance and Sin
The Tibetan doctrine of Incarnate Buddhas

ISLAM
Islam and Advaita
Is Sufism Islamic?
Shirk and Tawhid
The Lesser and greater Jihad
The Sufi Path of Love
A world-Sanctifying Religion
The Sufi Science of Lataif
Paradise and Nirvana
Al-Khizr
Jnani, Prophet and Avatar
Petitionary Prayer
The Meaning and Use of the rosary in Islam (Sunni)

ISLAM (Continued)
“We will show Them Our signs”
“Which, Then of Your Lord’s Bounties will Your Reject?”
The Will to Perversity
Shari’s at and Tariqat
The Miracle of the Koran
The Place of Islam in History


CHRISTIANITY
An Aggressive Teacher
Spiritual Traditions of the Greek Orthodox Church
“Cast Not Your Pearls Before Swine”
“Many Are called But Few Are chosen”
Jnana and Bhakti in Christianity
“Render Unto Caesar…”
I and My Father Are One
“Be Ye therefore Perfect…”
Can a Christian follow the Maharshi?
Christian Healing
A Christian view of Reincarnation
Traces of Reincarnation in the West
The Basic Christian Symbol
The Cult of Suffering
Christian free Will
Good and Evil
Was Christ an Avatar?
Predestination and Prayer

THE CONCEPT OF PROGRESS

THE QUESTION OF PROGRESS
1- Progress and History
2- Progress in Religion


COMPARATIVE RELIGION
Comparative Religion as a University Discipline
A New approach to Comparative religion
Modern Idolatries
Moral Philosophy
Rene Guenon
The Symbolism of the Quest in the Odyssey
Hermetic symbolism
The symbolism of Numbers
The Relations Between Religion and Art
Shakespeare’s Morality Plays
The death with

POEMS
A Testament
The Guru
To Arunachala
To Bhagavan
Brief Eternity
The Tiger
The Indewller – II
The Initiatic Death
The Dark Night


POEMS (Continued)
Desolation
The Lady of Shalott
Complete Your Work!
The sleeping beauty
Anatta
The Two Windows
To Whom?
The World
The World – II
The Shakti
Ergo on sum
The Dream-Self
Others – II
The Expanse
Fantastic things
To Christians

Day and Night
The Waning Moon
The Elixir of Youth
Otherness

APPENDIX
List of articles
By Arthur Osborne

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