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Re: Self-enquiry as taught by Sri Bhagwan is enough
« Reply #5400 on: June 18, 2018, 11:38:32 AM »
Dear Devotees,

 Sri Sadhu Om has written that it is not necessary for sincere aspirants to name before-hand the feeling-'I' either as ego or as the Self. I am totally one with this insight, for Sri Bhagwan Ramana has Himself taught there are not two persons, ego and the Self, in the aspirant. Besides, everyone of us has the experience 'I am one and not two'. Have we not?
Therefore, from the stage of practice itself, we should not give room to an imaginary dual feeling--one 'I' seeking for another 'I'- by differentiating ego and Self as lower and higher self respectively.
Are there two selves, one to be an object known by the other? For, the true experience of all is 'I am one'. For, the experience of Jnani is 'I am I'.


In the lighter vein: however, Sri Beloved Abstract here alone seems to have many selves, each with a separate fantastic tale to tell, even if one is not willing to listen.

Thanks very much.
   Pranam,
       Anil


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Re: Self-enquiry as taught by Sri Bhagwan is enough
« Reply #5401 on: June 19, 2018, 11:51:37 PM »
 :)
simply stop telling the story of the self and see who you are without it