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Ramana Maharshi Quote: “When the pot is carried, the space within the pot, Though conceived of as carried, Is it not the pot only that is carried? The Self too, like Space, remains motionless. 53. When the pot breaks, the space in the pot Merges one with the great Space. When the inert body passes away, the Self, seemingly in the body, Becomes immediately one with the Supreme Self.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “The purpose of all these illustrations is to direct the seeker’s mind towards the one Reality underlying them all.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “Although the modes of meditation may appear to be different from one another, in the end all of them become one. There is no need to doubt this. One may adopt that path which suits the maturity of one’s mind.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “The fruition of this process is samadhi which yields release, which is the state of unsurpassed bliss. The revered Gurus also have said that release is to be gained only by devotion which is of the nature of reflection on the truth of the Self.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “The greatest error of a man is to think that he is weak by nature, evil by nature. Every man is divine and strong in his real nature. What are weak and evil are his habits, his desires and thoughts, but not himself.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “The ultimate Truth is so simple. It is nothing more than being in the pristine state. This is all that need be said. till, it is a wonder that to teach this simple Truth there should come into being so many religions, creeds, methods and disputes among them and so on! Oh the pity! Oh the pity!”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “One can know oneself only with one’s own eye of knowledge, and not with somebody else’s. Does he who is Rama require the help of a mirror to know that he is Rama?”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “If the light of the sun is invisible to the owl it is only the fault of that bird and not of the sun.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “In the middle of the Heart-cave the pure Brahman is directly manifest as the Self in the form of ‘I-I’.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “Whatever draws the mind outward is unspiritual and whatever draws the mind inward is spiritual.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “How is breath control the means for mind control? M: There is no doubt that breath control is the means for mind control, because the mind, like breath, is a part of air, because the nature of mobility is common to both, because the place of origin is the same for both, and because when one of them is controlled the other gets controlled.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “Of all yogins, only he who rests his unwavering mind and love in me is dear to me.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “Because of the grades in misery and happiness, the released ones, the jivanmuktas and videhamuktas, may be spoken of as belonging to four categories – Brahmavid, Brahmavara, Brahmavariya and Brahmavarishtha. But these distinctions are from the standpoint of the others who look at them; in reality, however, there are no distinctions in release gained through jnana.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “People such as inventors searching for new material, make their discoveries in a state of self-forgetfulness. It is in a condition of deep intellectual concentration that this forgetfulness of the ego arises and the invention is revealed. This is also a way of developing intuition.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “It is beyond words or thoughts.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “As the activities of the wise man exist only in the eyes of others and not in his own, although he may be accomplishing immense tasks, he really does nothing.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “Action and knowledge are not obstacles to each other.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “One of two things must be done. Either surrender because you admit your inability and require a higher power to help you, or investigate the cause of misery by going to the source and merging into the Self. Either way you will be free from misery. God never forsakes one who has surrendered.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “All religions first postulate three principles, the world, the soul and God. To say that one principle alone appears as the three principles or that the three principles are always three principles is possible only as long as the ego exists.1.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “If it is asked whether the wise man derives any benefit from the discharge of domestic duties, it may be answered that, as he has already attained the state of complete satisfaction which is the sum total of all benefits and the highest good of all, he does not stand to gain anything more by discharging family duties.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “Be equally indifferent to both and abide in the faith of God. That will be so only when one’s faith is strong that God looks after all of us.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “I do not consider anyone to be my disciple. I have never sought upadesh from anyone nor do I give ceremonial upadesh. If the people call themselves my disciples I do not approve or disapprove.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “The revelation or intuition arises in its own time and one must wait for it.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “They say that there are many saints in Tibet who remain in solitude and are still very helpful to the world... “It can be so. Realisation of the Self is the greatest help that can be rendered to humanity. Therefore, the saints are said to be helpful, though they remain in forests. But it should not be forgotten that solitude is not in forest only. It can be had even in towns, in the thick of worldly occupations.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “The peace of mind which permeates the saint’s atmosphere is the only means by which the seeker understands the greatness of the saint.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “All that is needed is that you give up your realisation of the not-true as true.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “That which is worth taking up is the self-enquiry that reveals jnana; that which is worth enjoying is the grandeur of the Self; that which is worth renouncing is the ego-mind; that in which it is worth taking refuge, to eliminate sorrow completely, is one’s own source, the Heart.”
Ramana Maharshi Quote: “Finally there comes a stage when a person feels helpless notwithstanding the sadhanas. He is unable to pursue the much-cherished sadhana also. It is then that Gods power is realized. The self reveals itself.”
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