Satsang: Ramana Maharshi’s “Who am I?” Paragraph 22

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Ramana;s words:
“When the mind is split up and dissipated into countless varying thoughts, each individual thought becomes extremely weak and inefficient.

When, on the contrary, such thoughts subside more and more till they finally get destroyed, the mind becomes one-pointed and, thereby acquiring strength and power of endurance, easily reaches perfection in the method of enquiry in quest of the Self.?”

With videos from Swami Sarvapriyanada, readings from the Ashtavakra Gita and Ribhu Gita, and a talk by Nome of SAT.
Hosted by Richard Clarke.

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