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Subramanian.R

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Miracles Do Happen
« on: February 25, 2009, 12:13:44 PM »
Sri Ramanasramam has recorded over the past few years video interviews with some of the lesser known devotees, who had some
lesser known incidents to share and also their experiences with Bhagavan Ramana.

Sri T. Navaratna is a Sri Lankan, who even at the age of 21 thought thinking about the sorrows of the world and was anxious to know why all those things are happening and what was the role of god? Oneday, a friend of him, gave him a copy of Tamil biography of Bhagavan Ramana written by Suddhanda Bharati.  On reading that book, Navaratna felt that it was He who could give him answers to his doubts and questions.  In 1943, he came to the Asramam.  He was allotted a room, and he went into the Old Hall.  He prostrated to Bhagavan and gazed at Him. He understood that Bhagavan's eyes were not fixed to any one. Suddenly, Bhagavan looked at him and he felt that His gaze pierced his heart.  He felt a current passing through him and he could not face Him.  His experiences were inexpressible and His eyes were like two twinkling stars.  He also saw a halo arounbd Bhagavan, not a halo around His face, but the body had disappeared and the whole frame was halo!

After spending three days in the Hall, one day Navaratna prostrated  beofe Bhagavan on His return from the Hill.  He told Him that he was from Sri Lanka. Bhagavan Ramana looked at him very hard and said said:  "In the end of your spiritual journey, you will reach your goal!"  Navaratna strongly felt that he had all the answers for his burning questions.

After Bhagavan's Maha Nirvana, he had a dream in his house in Sri Lanka where Bhagavan appeared and he seemed to be telling Him:
Now we will go!  Bhagavan Ramana replied in the dream: Where would you go?  It seemed that Bhagavan Ramana told him in the dream that when he surrendered to Him, He would take him up!

(Source: Mountain Path, Deepam, 2007)

Arunachala Siva.