Author Topic: Suri Nagamma Relates How Once Kunjuswami’s Trip To Tirupati Has Been Cancelled  (Read 6038 times)

ramana_maharshi

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thanks a lot for all your information Subramanian garu.

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From Kunju Swami's reminiscences:-

There was one Alamelu Ammal from Madurai.  She was called Tiruppugazh Alamelu Ammal because of her great devotion to
Lord Subrahmanya.  She considered him her Guru.  She refused
to accept anyone else as her Guru.  As she was constantly
reciting Tiruppugazh songs [of Arunagiri Natha], she came to be
called as Tiruppugazh Alamelu Ammal. 

She came to Tiruvannamalai when her father was working as a
Deputy Collector.  When her father invited her to see Sri Bhagavan,
she declined.  The same night she dreamed of Sri Bhagavan.
In the dream, He disappeared and in His place Lord Subrahmanya
appeared.  Next day, she came to the Asramam to see Sri Bhagavan.  First she saw Sri Bhagavan and even as she was looking at Him, He changed into Lord Subrahmanya.  Then she completely
surrendered to Him.

She came to see Sri Bhagavan several times afterwards.



Arunachala Siva.     

ramanaduli

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Dear Subramaniyan ji,


Bhagavan gave a correct meaning for Guru Viswasam. Many people if they come across any holy man, they never do concern. They say, we belong to that guru so we never do namaskaram. The true devotee should see his own guru dewelling in everywhere and everybody.


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Dear ramanaduli,

Yes. In true advaitic state [for that matter, Advaita is not a philosophy, it is a state or anubhavam.]  there is no one beside you.  And when you are the Brahma Swarupam, the one without a second, all others that appear in the scene are also Brahma Swarupam.  That is why Bhagavan Ramana said:  There is no Jnani or Ajnani.  There is only Jnanam - Swarupam.  If everyone is Brahma Swarupam, then how did Bhagavan distinguish between G.V. Subbaramiah and Munagala Venkataramiah?  It is here the Chit Sakti came to play.  Chit Sakti guides that Jnani to distinguish between GVS and Munagala.       

Bhagavan Ramana describes it in Verse 5 of Sri Arunachala Pancharatnam. 

Arunachala!  That best of devotees who, taking Thee as the sole
refuge and having surrendered his all unto Thee, beholds with a pure
Heart, all perceived world as Thine own Form.  He loves Thee as none other than his own Self, mingles nondually in Thee and getting
immersed in Thy Form of Bliss, gains mukti and triumphs.




Arunachala Siva.