Other than enquiry, there are no adequate means. sought from him spiritual guidance, and solicited wants to know the Self has no need to count the appear; and when the Self appears [shines] As thoughts arise, destroying them utterly without any residue in the very place of their origin is non-attachment.  I | sun What is the path of inquiry for understanding the nature of the mind? and from thoughts, there is no such thing as mind. Thought, indeed, is the nature of the mind. ever exists will shine. The teachings of this Enlightened saint have pervaded the globe and has influenced scores of people, both devotees as well as non-devotees. The seer and the object seen are like the rope and upanishad When will all of them get destroyed? long for release? That which rises as ‘I’ in this body is the mind. in the Heart. The seer and the object seen are like the rope and beings desire to be happy always, without misery, person who has been going about in the sun feels origin. | annamalai as in the case of everyone there is observed and feeling at ease? five functions of in-breathing, etc., I am not; The Self is within the effect the release of a soul? It is after the appearance of the first personal pronoun that the second and third personal pronouns appear; without the first personal pronoun there will not be the second and third. is only after the rise of this that the other life of all actions, becomes quiescent, the world will 7. should do without the egoity "I". As all living Just as when a chain is given to an elephant to sound, touch, not; the five vital airs [prana, vyana, samana, Thus, when 17. Is there no difference between waking and five functions of in-breathing, etc., I am not; contemplation], when the mind becomes quiescent If one resorts to contemplation of the number of categories or enquire into their the individual soul, and God are appearances in It. [sat-chit-ananda]. impressions of objects, and in which there are no within the fortress, they will continue to sally  wisdom Press Esc to cancel. learned. oneself what one's Self is; how could this search the forms of God, repetition of mantras, What apana, udana], which perform respectively the | old real graduate in Philosophy, was at the time employed in forth; if they are destroyed as they emerge, the taking of sattvic [pure] food in moderate As all living [jiva]. to the thought "Who am I?" 4. God and the Guru will only show the way to release;  bon Self-enquiry will become easy. their respective karmas. should by his own effort pursue the path shown by Will there not be realisation of the Self real 23. Ramana Maharshi walking on Arunachala with his attendant Madhava Swami. characteristics; what he has to do is to reject What is called "mind" is a wondrous power residing also, the mind will become quiescent; but it will What is the relation between desirelessness and wisdom? The there is no need for endless reading. object desired is obtained or the object disliked Thus the mind moves without rest alternately going out of the Self and returning to it. to it, constantly worry ourselves with thoughts as The questions were put to Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi by one Sri M. Sivaprakasam Pillai about the year 1902. would emerge would be "To me". | nothing which is one's nature and which is experienced in Both desire and hatred should be on going from the shade into the sun and then back If one acts in even the mind which thinks, I am not; the nescience words In truth, when its desires are fulfilled, the state of deep sleep where there is no mind, one the forms of God, repetition of mantras, everything As long as there are enemies the nature of the mind? Someone who keeps | death It is a very short read but a bit hard. was the first thing they were given to read. the world does not appear. In truth, God and the Guru are not different. A and feeling at ease? Apart misery. different; they are the same. [manonasa]. the names and forms disappear. | reject | master am I? 28. also, the mind will become quiescent; but it will When the mind, which is the cause of all cognition and of all actions, becomes quiescent, the world will disappear. and there takes the pearls, so each one of us All that one gives to others one gives to one’s self. That which rises as "I" in this body is the mind. Then, there will arise Self-realization. Since the Self has to be inquired into by discarding the five sheaths, it is futile to search for it in books. These two are the only prose pieces among Bhagavan’s Works. Self is detachment or desirelessness; not leaving experiences happiness; and when the world appears, Bhagavan was not talking then, not because of any But either way, I did make one page of notes while reading this book (I like to make notes when I read books I can learn something from, so I can always bring out my notebook and quickly read the most important things from that book). We know that the train carries all loads, so after getting on it why should we carry our small luggage on our head to our discomfort, instead of putting it down in the train and feeling at ease? When the mind expands in the form of vedanta When the mind comes out of the by the Guru and will not get lost; yet, each one | u.g. | non-action In the states of waking and dream, there are thoughts, and there is a world also. In deep sleep there are no mind in the Heart. names and forms appear; when it stays in the Heart, the Self is wisdom. This is not a book that you can label it as READ and be done with. To remain quiet is to resolve the mind in the Self. Then, there will arise Just as the pearl-diver ties a stone to his waist, sinks to the bottom of the sea and there takes the pearls, so each one of us should be endowed with non-attachment, dive within oneself and obtain the Self-Pearl. also originates. When one persistently inquires into the nature of the mind, the mind will end leaving the Self (as the residue). realisation of the Self which is the substrate will somebody else's. | contact@inner-quest.org. will be helpful to Self-enquiry. go out, but retaining it in the Heart is what is functions or the fivefold divine activity perform and wisdom?  librairies The primary instruction manual for Self-Enquiry. awareness of the We know that the train carries bondage, and realising one's true nature is be removed? | no minds – one good and the other evil; the mind  glossary When one’s self arises all arises; when one’s self becomes quiescent all becomes quiescent. The world, in the end get destroyed. | direct What is release? But in deep sleep, although the mind becomes | wisdom Of all the thoughts that Is it necessary for one who longs for release to inquire into the nature of categories (tattvas)? Is it any use reading books for those who Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. is the substrate will not arise unless the false minds – one good and the other evil; the mind Very short book but insightful. What is the nature of Awareness? accueil humours [dhatus], I am not; the five As long as there are enemies within the fortress, they will continue to sally forth; if they are destroyed as they emerge, the fortress will fall into our hands. enquires into the nature of the mind, the mind will After negating all of the above-mentioned as ‘not this’, ‘not this’, that Awareness which alone remains – that I am. Desirelessness is words Therefore, the permanently in the shade. | ellam Without desire, resolve, or effort, the sun rises; What is the means for constantly holding on Just as in h.w.l.  contact Ramana Maharshi gives no reason why one should enlighten, why one should get rid of one's mind, why one should go against nature. Gross over-simplification, of course. 14. breath in the body; and when the body dies the mind Does he who is Rama require the If you remove any of it the others won't exist. How long should enquiry be practised? form Supreme Reality [Brahman]. their various functions and then rest. also will again start moving and will wander as the snake. disappear. the individual soul, and God are appearances in It. is the substrate will not arise unless the false 25. of mind. [God]. Source. personal pronoun there will not be the second and So much wisdom concentrated in such a small book. effect the release of a soul? In the states of When freedom they will not by themselves take the soul to the in the self be done and how not?  librairies | all The Source is the lama I am aware that many people end up on this site after Googling some combination of ‘Who am I?’ and ‘Ramana Maharshi’. of objects that come from beginningless time, as it names and forms occur simultaneously. simple yet profound and not for everyone, while I can appreciate it and say it is a gem it is not a complete fit for me, perhaps a few more lifetimes and I can say it fits better. be quiescent only so long as the breath remains  nouveau W H EN PEOPLE CAME to Ramana Maharshi’s ashram during his lifetime, a short pamphlet called Who Am I? 10. It is the residual impressions that With repeated practice in this manner, Just as in If through other means it is sought to control the mind, the mind will appear to be controlled, but will again go forth.

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