Satsang: Ramana Maharshi’s “Who am I?” – Paragraph 24

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Ramana Maharshi’s words:
“Countless vishaya-vasanas (subtle tendencies of the mind in relation to objects of sense gratification), coming one after the other in quick succession like the waves of the ocean, agitate the mind.
Nevertheless, they too subside and finally get destroyed with progressive practice of Atma dhyana or meditation on the Self.
Without giving room even to the thought which occurs in the form of doubt, whether it is possible to stay merely as the very Self, whether all the vasanas can be destroyed, one should firmly and unceasingly carry on meditation on the Self.”
With videos by James Swartz, Mooji and Nome of SAT.
Hosted by Richard Clarke

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