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srkudai

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To Remain as Stillness is The highest form of Prayer
« on: August 04, 2010, 07:39:00 PM »
Tushnimeva asanam puja ... says Ribhu Gita.
To remain seated as Stillness, is the highest prayer.

Bhagavan Ramana says, Arunachala makes one absolutely still like itself.
When one approaches Arunachala out of bhakti, it makes him one with itself and he becomes stillness itself!

I am not saying he becomes "Still", he becomes "Stillness itself". That means He remains as one with Consciousness!

This is also what our Subramanian ji said he experiences. He says chanting Arunachala Siva, his mind is captured.
That is what Arunachala Siva does.

infact, Sri Bhagavan's song "Aksharamanimalai", has the verse Arunachala Siva repeated at the end of each verse. There are 108 verses and at the end of each verse, this "Arunachala Siva, Arunachala Siva, Arunachala Siva, Arunachala!!" is repeated. its like a very effective way of doing japa with full bhakti!




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Re: To Remain as Stillness is The highest form of Prayer
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2010, 10:53:46 PM »
Arunachala Ramana - powerful mantra.

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Re: To Remain as Stillness is The highest form of Prayer
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2010, 10:45:46 AM »

Bhagavan Ramana says in Verse 70 of Sri AAMM:-

The moment I thought of Your name, You caught and drew me to
yourself.  Who can know the greatness of Your Grace, O Arunachala? 

Again He says in Verse 102:-

The moment I thought of You as Arunachala, you caught me in
the noose of Grace. Can the net of Your Grace ever fail to catch and hold its prey, O Arunachala?

Sri Sadhu Om used a variation Arunachala Ramana.  Both are
the same.

Arunachala Siva.