The Collected Works of Ramana Maharshi

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Arthur Osborne
Red Wheel Weiser, Jan 1, 1997 - Religion - 244 pages
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This book gathers all of Maharshi's original works: Self-Enquiry, Upadesa Saram, Five Hymns to Arunachala, and the two sets of Forty Verses, together with miscellaneous pieces the most significant being Atma Vidya. This collection represents the core teachings of this world-renowned spiritual teacher and shows readers how to attain the purest form of non-duality through the supremely simple discipline of Self-Enquiry. Glossary, index.

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User Review  - Dean P - Goodreads

Original prose and poetry by Ramana, contains essential Advaita advice, and reinforces other works written by followers and transcribers. Read full review

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I liked the thought behind the book- an effort to understand the absolute or the ultimate.Certain things like the magnetic influence of Arunachala on Maharshi, the concept of universal truth and the ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
7
SelfEnquiry
17
Who am I?
39
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