The Spiritual Teaching of Ramana Maharshi

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Shambhala, Jul 13, 2004 - Philosophy - 116 pages
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The renowned Indian sage Ramana Maharshi is beloved by Buddhists, Hindus, Christians, and Taoists alike for the inspirational power of his teachings, which transcend all religious differences. Here is a collection of Sri Ramana's instructions and discourses culled from three works: Who Am I? , Spiritual Instructions , and Maharshi's Gospel. These teachings are arranged by topics such as work and renunciation, silence and solitude, peace and happiness, and the discipline of self-inquiry. Reading this book, presented in question-and-answer format, evokes the feeling of being with this outstanding teacher at one of his intimate teaching sessions.

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User Review  - Stephen Sundaresan - Goodreads

This is basically two works in one book under a different title. Includes "Who Am I?" and "Maharshi's Gospel". Both of these are available for free online, I believe Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel Prasetyo - Goodreads

This book consists of Sri Ramana's instructions and discourses from three works: Who Am I?, Spiritual Instructions, and Maharishis's Gospel, and foreword by the great Carl G. Jung, these teachings ... Read full review

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Instruction
15
Experience
31
Work and Renunciation
41
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