Arunachala

Asked about the special sanctity of Arunachala, Ramana Maharshi said that Arunachala is Shiva himself. In his later years, Bagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi said it was the spiritual power of Arunachala which had brought about his Self-realisation. He composed the Five Hymns to Arunachala as devotional song.

- The Path of Bagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi -

Self-Inquiry

Vichara

"Self-enquiry", also called ātma-vichār or jnana-vichara is the constant attention to the inner awareness of "I" or "I am". Ramana Maharshi frequently recommended it as the most efficient and direct way of realizing Self-awareness, in response to questions on self-liberation and the classic texts on Yoga, etc...

Nan Yar

Along with Vicharasangraham (Self-
Enquiry), Nan Yar (Who am I?) constitutes
the first set of instructions in the Master’s
own words. These two are the only prose
pieces among Bhagavan’s works. They
clearly set forth the central teaching that
the direct path to liberation is Self-enquiry.

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FROM: A Search in Secret India - By PAUL BRUNTON

The Maharshi and His Message

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In the presence of this Sage one felt security and inward peace. The spiritual radiations which emanated from him were all-penetrating. I learnt to recogn ise in his person the sublime truths which he taught, while I was no less hushed into reverence by his incredibly sainted atmosphere. He possessed a deific personality which defies description. I might have taken shorthand notes of the discourses of the Sage: I might even print the record of hi s speech: but the m ost important part of his utterances, the subtle and silent flavour of spirituality which emanated from him, can never be reported. If, therefore, I burn literary incense before his bust, it is but [a] mere fraction of the tribute I ought to pay him. -- by Paul Brunton

- From the Preface by Sir Francis Younghusband. “The Maharshi - the Great Sage - was the man who made most appeal to Mr. Brunton.”

Sri Ramana Maharshi Quote:

Let come what comes, let go what goes. See what remains.

Self-Inquiry (video & audio)

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Who am I – Ebook

The teachings of Bagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi Who am I? Is the title given to a set of questions and answers bearing on Self-enquiry. The questions were put to Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi by Sri M. Sivaprakasam Pillai, about the year 1902. Along with Vicharasangraham (Self-Enquiry), Nan Yar (Who am I?) constitutes the first set […]

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