Who was and who is
Bhagavan Sri Ramana
Ramana Maharshi had no use for 'lectures' or philosophy. In
fact, he was philosophy-himself. He had no teachings. He was teachings.
He spent most of his bodily life (1879-1950) in the
Sacred Hill of Arunachala, India, helping with his presence thousands
of devotees who went to see him, and guiding them with verbal
suggestions, with his own example, and with the Power of his Silence (it may
'sound' incredible in these days!). Click on 'Experiences of
(especially the first experience related) to understand.
Maharshi was living
But -you could ask- what is the
use of all this for me?
I have enough of sages, saints, etc. They talk, and talk, and talk, but all
this does not mean anything to me.
Well, are you happy in this moment? If your answer is
"Not, not too much", you can give a look to the whole site (especially to the 'Experiences of
devotees' part). If your answer is "Yes, I am happy
all the time, or most of the time", you can give a look to this site
in any case. Maybe you find something of interesting.
The life of action need not to be renounced. If you will meditate one
two every day (in the right way), you can then carry on your duties. If you meditate in the right
manner, than the current of mind induced will continue to flow even in the midst
of your work. It is as though there were two ways of expressing the same idea;
the same line which you take in meditation will be expressed in your activities.
As you go on you will find that your attitude
towards people, events and
objects will gradually change. Your actions will tend to follow your meditations
of their own accord.
A man who is advancing will begin to enjoy the deeper
beatitude, whether he
is at work of not. While his hands are in society, he keeps his head cool in
If you are seeking
How this site will be updated:
It depends from your response. If I see some visits, I will add
new tales to the part of the experiences of devotees and if I receive some
questions I will create a section on Q&A.
For questions, comments, etc:
(If you think to come back here in
the future, press Ctrl+D)