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Pearls of Wisdom through Mr. Nome - 9
« on: April 16, 2009, 04:59:05 PM »
Mr. Nome continues....

WHO AM I?  If only the answer to this is known, there is then
nothing more to be known or attained.  He said: "The Enquirer
himself  is the answer and there can be no other answer."
WHO AM I?  At one point, it seemed the method to quell all
other notions, and, indeed, i is ideal for that purpose.  Yet,
it is still more.  It is for the revelation of unobscured Being.


We should never think that Bhagavan Ramana leaves us to find
the answers for ourselves, though that may be said to instruct
a person who assumes the Guru will give the Self-Realization,
as if handing over an object.  He is always there with the answer,
with the ocean of His Grace and the profusion of His Wisdom.
We have only to ask the deep question, and that too, not merely
verbally, but at the same time deep level that we wish to experience bliss and peace.  His instruction, known to us all, "Can "I" eliminate itself?"  "Find out if the ego exist?, reveals the answer to be closer
than I thought.

Myriad lessons about the single sole-existent Reality, His Grace and Teaching reveal.  He has spoken of Dattatreya, who is associated with the Avadhuta Gita, Tripura Rahasya and pure Advaita.  It is said
that this great sage of antiquity had twenty four Gurus.  Bhagavan
Ramana, who is Siva Himself, Brahman itself, of an inconceivable nature, is all those Gurus or the One who appears in countless ways.


The Maharshi blissful Wisdom is all-comprehensive, making known as the nature of everything from the smallest sensation or thought, to
all kinds of Samadhi.  No shadow of doubt or confusion can withstand
the radiance of the sun of Bhagavan Ramana, more dazzling than a
thousand suns and consuming the universe in His splendour.

[ Mr. Nome himself has given a detailed chart on various kinds of
Samadhi in his Ribhu Gita, English, as an appendix.]

(Source: Centenary of the Advent of Bhagavan Ramana, 1996.
Souvenir.  An article by Mr. Nome.)

Arunachala Siva.