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The Spiritual Teaching Of Ramana Maharshi

Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950) was one of the greatest spiritual teachers of modern-day India. At the age of seventeen he attained a profound experience of the true Self. After some years of silent seclusion he finally began to reply to the questions put to him by spiritual seekers all over the world. Though he wrote little, his many conversations and verbal teachings were recorded by followers.

The Spiritual Teaching of Ramana Maharshi


In this book of key spiritual teachings from unpublished discourses, the great Advaita Master, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, teaches us that we are not limited to the body. Because of our mistaken body identity, we feel separate from what we truly are. Our identification with the body and mind subjects us to endless cycles of pleasure and pain, desire and fear, which cause us to search beyond ourselves for that which we believe we lack.

This workbook for beginners contains seven basic lessons and exercises you can apply now to begin to slow down and stop your chattering mind and begin to enjoy living in "The Now", an experience that will grant you inner peace and freedom from illusion starting today. It presents the basic concepts, principles, and methods behind the spiritual teachings of Eckhart Tolle, Dalai Lama, Krishnamuti, and Meister Eckhart, among others.

Who was the 20th-century Indian sage known as Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi? How did he attain enlightenment and become one of the most celebrated spiritual masters of his time? Why is his spiritual teaching presently revered by Buddhists, Hindus, Christians, Taoists, and followers of other spiritual paths, transcending all religious differences? What is the essence of his revolutionary technique, popularly known as self-inquiry meditation? And how can you learn to practice and apply it to conquer spiritual progress and inner peace? 041b061a72

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