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ULLadu Narpadu - 160
« on: June 08, 2010, 10:25:02 AM »

Bhagavan Ramana says in Maharshi's Gospel as follows:
[This can be read along with ULLadu Narpadu, Verse 25.]

"The bliss of the Self is always with you, and you will find it
for yourself, if you would seek it earnestly.  The cause of misery
is not the life without.  It is in you as the ego.  You impose limitations on yourself and then make a vain struggle to transcend
them.  All unhappiness is due to the ego.  With it comes, all your trouble.  What does it avail you to attribute to the happenings can
you get from things extraneous to yourself?  When you get it, how long will it last?

"If you would deny the ego and scorch it by ignoring it it, you
would be free.  If you accept it, it will impose limitations on you and throw you into a vain struggle to transcend them.  That was how the thief sought to 'ruin' King Janaka. 

"To be the Self, that you really are is the only means to realize the bliss that is ever yours."

Arunachala Siva.