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CHAPTER I – THE SAGE

THE SAGE

We know quite well, at least those among us who are interested, that sages and saints cannot be understood by a study of their life, because sagehood and sainthood are not related to the person with the name and form or to the family and circumstances. 2,588 more words

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Chapter I - THE SETTING

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THE LONE STAR

To view Chidambaram, to be born in Tiruvarur, to die in
Benaras, or merely to think of Arunachala is to be assured… 1,848 more words

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Preface

Sri Ramana Maharshi is well known wherever there is a longing for a life of Wisdom and Love, of inner Freedom. The Sage of Arunachala was an embodiment of such a higher life and a living proof that the longing for the highest Truth is no escapism for weaklings from hard facts to soft dreams, but the entrance to true Reality. 198 more words

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ALL CHAPTERS MADE SIMPLE

ASHTAVAKRA GITA ALL CHAPTERS MADE SIMPLE

Nonduality Conciousness

This is actually what all Indian yogis like Swami Vivekananda try to remind us again and again: 162 more words

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Astavakra Gita – Chapter 20

Akincanabhava – Transcendence of the Self

Janaka said:

1. In my unblemished nature there are no elements, no body, no faculties, no mind. There is no void and no despair. 312 more words

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Astavakra Gita – Chapter 19

Svamahima – Majesty of the Self

Janaka said:

 1. Using the tweezers of the knowledge of the truth I have managed to extract the painful thorn of endless opinions from the recesses of my heart. 174 more words

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Astavakra Gita – Chapter 18

Jivanmukti – Way and Goal of Natural Samadhi

Ashtavakra said:

1. Praise be to That by the awareness of which delusion itself becomes dream-like, to that which is pure happiness, peace, and light. 2,620 more words

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