Advaita Vedanta – Good Introduction

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Self-Enquiry

My world, your world, the world, is composed of thoughts, feelings, sensations and perceptions. Then there is Consciousness in whose light the thoughts, feelings, sensations and perceptions are known. So, Consciousness is the subject, and thoughts, feelings, sensations and perceptions are the objects. The "I" that I am now taking to be me, the ego, … Continue reading Self-Enquiry

Self-Enquiry Method of Ramana Maharshi

Here is David Godman describing what the self-enquiry method taught by Ramana Maharshi is and how it can be practiced (Source: Introduction to Chapters 4 and 5 of David Godman's book Be As You Are: The Teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi): It will be remembered that in the chapter on Self-awareness and Self-ignorance Sri Ramana … Continue reading Self-Enquiry Method of Ramana Maharshi

David Godman on Ramana Maharshi’s Highest Teaching

These [Ramana Maharshi's] verbal teachings flowed authoritatively from his direct knowledge that consciousness was the only existing reality. Consequently, all his explanations and instructions were geared to convincing his followers that this was their true and natural state. Few of his followers were capable of assimilating this truth in its highest and most undiluted form and … Continue reading David Godman on Ramana Maharshi’s Highest Teaching

The Philosophy of Ramana Maharshi in 800 Words

We exist in deep sleep or dreamless sleep as evidenced by our remembrance of the state during the waking state as when we say “I slept happily”. What also characterizes the dreamless sleep is that we exist during it without being associated with the body and mind. What is our real or true nature should … Continue reading The Philosophy of Ramana Maharshi in 800 Words