Sri Ramana and My Teacher Gurudev Sri Chitrabhanu-Ji: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

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All of us come from different backgrounds, and we walk the path in our own unique way. Yet, we all have the same innermost longing to know the deepest mystery of our own nature and being. Reflecting on the purest teachings of the Self and on the nature of Ahimsa as nonmovement of the mind, we are bound to have experiences and openings in our consciousness.

When my teacher, Gurudev Sri Chitrabhanu-ji visited Sri Ramana, he was just a teenager. Chitrabhanu-Ji became a Jain monk in 1942 at the age of 20. Prior to that, he was searching and visiting different saints in the various traditions of India and asking them questions about the spiritual path and how to become Self-Realized.

Gurudev Sri Chitrabhanu

Chitrabhanu-Ji told me that of all the saints and sages he visited in India in his teen years, a few were unforgettable and stood out to…

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One Response to “Sri Ramana and My Teacher Gurudev Sri Chitrabhanu-Ji: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar”

  1. Michael Brooker Says:

    Hi Richard, i have gotten settled in Navi Mumbai. Thank you for your help. I plan to take my girlfriend to tiruvannamalai when it is a little cooler. We are also planning a trip to rishikesh and badrinath in hopes of experiencing babaji. She is indian so i want to take her to America soon too. Hi to Carol. Blessings, Michael On 07-May-2016 8:07 PM, “Living in the Embrace of Arunachala” wrote:

    > Richard Clarke posted: ” ” >

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