Swami Sarvapriyananda: Seeing the eternal in daily life not just in samadhi

Also see: Does Swami Sarvapriyananda teach the same as Swami Vivekananda and Sri Ramakrishna? Above is a nice presentation from Swami Sarvapriyananda, but this in my view this is actually a distortion of genuine vedanta teachings. I do want to be respectful towards Swamiji as I think he is doing a great job sharing Vedanta … Continue reading Swami Sarvapriyananda: Seeing the eternal in daily life not just in samadhi

Can we do Self Enquiry in daily life in the everyday world?

The following is an excerpt from a larger article entitled In Ramana Maharshi’s own words: How to do Self Enquiry Disciple: Is the aforesaid Self-experience possible, even in the state of empirical existence, for the mind which has to perform functions in accordance with its prarabdha (the past karma which has begun to fructify)? Ramana Maharshi: … Continue reading Can we do Self Enquiry in daily life in the everyday world?

In Ramana Maharshi’s own words: How to do Self Enquiry | Self Enquiry in daily life| Atma Vichara |

I have taken and arranged the following quotes from Ramana Maharshi’s two works Who Am I? (Nan Yar?) and Self Enquiry (Vichara Sangraham) with a focus on Self Enquiry and how to actually put the method into practice. In order to do this, we will also look at some of the underpinning theory and also … Continue reading In Ramana Maharshi’s own words: How to do Self Enquiry | Self Enquiry in daily life| Atma Vichara |

Ramana Maharshi: How to bring spiritual practice (sadhana) into daily life

Many people find it difficult to engage in spiritual practices (sadhanas) during the ups and downs of daily life. In the following dialogue recounted by Devaraja Mudaliar, a questioner asks Ramana Maharshi 5 questions related to this: Mr. Joshi put five questions. I give below the questions and Sri Bhagavan’s answers: Question 1: Should I … Continue reading Ramana Maharshi: How to bring spiritual practice (sadhana) into daily life