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Direct Teaching of Bhagavan Raman
Direct Teaching of Bhagavan Raman

Direct Teaching of Bhagavan Raman

by V Ganesan

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Sri Ramanasramam


9788188225842 - Year: 2015 - Pages: 149



V Ganesan

Author: V Ganesan
Publisher: Sri Ramanasramam
Year: 2015
Language: English
Pages: 149
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788188225842


Spiritual seekers are advised by the great Master, Bhagavan Ramana to turn inward. In 'Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi' we read "The only useful purpose of the present birth is to turn within and realize it. There is nothing else to do" and "The Self-is not found in external objects. Turn your look within and plunge down; you will be the Self."

Sri Ramana Maharshi's teaching has the refrain 'know thyself’ "What exists in truth is the Self alone. The world, the individual soul, and God are appearances in it, like silver in mother-of-pearl, these three appear at the same time, and disappear at the same time. The Self is where there is absolutely no 'I' thought. That is called 'Silence'. The Self itself is the world; the Self itself is 'I'; the Self itself is God; all is Siva, the Self."

An earnest effort is made here to draw the seeker back to the one and only 'practice' our Master insisted on: 'Self-enquiry'. The seeker is thus exposed to the paramount importance, and true significance of treading the "Path of Sri Ramana".


To tread the path of true spirituality, the Great Master, Bhagavan Ramana, gave immense importance to inward-turned sadhana rather than to indulge in outward-turned good works. The recorded ' Talks' of the Maharshi, contained in the various published books, abound with statements confirming this, like "Practice is very important", "Practise, practise; practise more". There can be no two opinions on this.

The real significance of what the Master referred to as "practice" is revealed in the following report of an ardent sadhaka-devotee, S.S. Cohen: "Once, the devotee who was in charge of English Correspondence in the Ashram office was unavailable and the Sarvadhikari [Manager] asked Major Chadwick, who was living in the Ashram, to take his place. Chadwick refused but felt a prick of conscience for doing so. After dinner that night, when we were alone or almost alone with Bhagavan, Chadwick told Him about it and asked whether he had done right.



Publisher's Note Introduction

Section - I The Flight Of The Flame
PART - 1

Blossoms of Blessings
("Practise the Teaching," Bhagavan Ramana)

PART - 2
Blossoms of Blessings
("Practise the Teaching," Bhagavan Ramana)

Part - 3 Blossoms of Blessings
("Practise the Teaching," Bhagavan Ramana)

Section - II
The Prelude
1. Simply Be Aware
2. Dedicate Yourself to Pursuit of self-enquiry
3. Dissolving into Stillness
4. The All-Important Science
5. You Are That
6. We are God

Section - III
1. Teacher is the Teaching
2. For Whom is the Teaching and the Teacher?
3. Who Am I?: Simple Teaching of the Great Master
4. The Spiritual Aroma of Self-Discovery
5. One's True Anchorage: Body, Mind or the Self?
6. Love Yourself! Know Yourself? Be Yourself!


Bouquet of Beatitude [Revelations from Bhagavan Ramana]

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