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Subramanian.R

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The Secret Path
« on: January 10, 2009, 03:10:45 PM »
The followers of theosophy school followed the principle of what is
known as Secret Doctrine.  They also said that there are Secret Masters.
The way to realization was conveyed through some guarded advice
and the masters were invisible.  Madame Blavtksky, the occultist has
in fact, written a book called the Secret Doctrine.

Bhagavan Ramana is always an open book.  During His stay in
Arunachala, in the first two years in and around the temple, in
sixteen years of stay in Virupakshi Cave and another six years in
Skandasramam and about 29 years in the Asramam, He remained
an open Master for everyone.  Visitors and devotees can enter the
Asramam at any time.  They can ask any clarifications.  They can
sing songs on personal gods.  They can meditate with closed eyes.
They can do giripradikshana. The whole picture was open and His
message was always the one message, the direct and open message.
Find out: Who are you?  Last but not the least, His Silence, was
phenomenal, the silence that answered many questions and clarified
many doubts.  The silence, that pierced the mind and fixed it in the Heart.  Of course,  He has said:  O it is very easy, this atma vichara!  But many
of us find it very tough.  He mentioned it as very easy because, it needs
no paraphernalia, like a guru, a god, a scripture,  a mantra or offerings of flowers, fruits and sweet porridges and vada to Godhead.

As T.S. Eliot said:

We shall not cease from exploration,
And the end of all exploring,
Will be to arrive where we started,
To know the place for the first time!

Arunachala Siva.