Ramana Maharshi Satsang – Paragraph 12 of “Who am I?”


Richard Clarke Satsang

Even when extraneous thoughts sprout up during such inquiry, do not seek to complete the rising thought, but instead, deeply inquire within, “To whom has this thought occurred?” No matter how many thoughts thus occur to you, if you would with acute vigilance inquire immediately as and when each individual thought arises to whom it has occurred, you would find it is “to me.” If then you inquire “Who am I?” the mind gets introverted and the rising thought also subsides. In this manner as you persevere more and more in the practice of Self-inquiry, the mind acquires increasing strength and power to abide in its Source.


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