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Subramanian.R

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Miracles Do Happen
« on: March 01, 2009, 02:39:54 PM »
Once G.V. Subbaramayya wanted to present some mangoes to Bhagavan Ramana and others.  Sitting in the Asramam, on one evening, he posted a letter to his cousin, in Chittoor, requesting him to send mangoes to the Asramam.  Even before the letter could reach Chittoor, on the next morning, a basket of mangoes arrived from Chittoor.  The way bill was submitted and the basket was opened.
G.V. Subbaramayya became very happy about the incident and
about Bhagavan Ramana's grace.  It happened in 1941.  A Jnani's
Presence would confer the fulfillment of wishes of his devotees, even though he has himself no wish or sankalpa.

(Source: Reminiscences, G.V. Subbaramayya.)

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Re: Miracles Do Happen
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2009, 06:22:23 PM »
I recorded many happenings of this kind without a Jnani's presence. It is called telepathy. That is, a mode of communication without using words. It seems it is an ancient mode left when the language based on words has been discovered. Animals still have use of this - they even read our minds, at least on a basic (emotional) level.

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Once G.V. Subbaramayya wanted to present some mangoes to Bhagavan Ramana and others.  Sitting in the Asramam, on one evening, he posted a letter to his cousin, in Chittoor, requesting him to send mangoes to the Asramam.  Even before the letter could reach Chittoor, on the next morning, a basket of mangoes arrived from Chittoor.  The way bill was submitted and the basket was opened.
G.V. Subbaramayya became very happy about the incident and
about Bhagavan Ramana's grace.  It happened in 1941.  A Jnani's
Presence would confer the fulfillment of wishes of his devotees, even though he has himself no wish or sankalpa.

(Source: Reminiscences, G.V. Subbaramayya.)

Arunachala Siva.