Lucy Cornelssen was a German mystic who lived that last part of her life at the Arunachala Hill in South India. She writes from direct experience, sharing. Hunting the I, according to Sri Ramana Maharshi. A book on spiritual queries. Download – Hunting the I – by Lucy Cornelssen. Lucy Cornelssen – ‘Hunting the ‘I’. DON’T FIGHT – JUST WATCH There is only one way to ovecome the ghost to watch it. Do not fight, do not.
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However, for the Centenary of the Masters birthday we wanted to bring out something which will show that the Secret lucj the Sage of Arunachala is not at all exhausted, but that still again and again new perspectives are opening themselves to the searching soul.
Their method of catching the trustful ignorant is often a mystifying show of ceremonies, incantations, dark hints, and even threats of black magic powers, with references to tradition. The master cornelssne at his own time; he went when his time was over. Because ego is no entity it will automatically vanish and Reality will shine forth by itself.
He will be enormously ignorant and foolish!
Hunting The I According To Ramana Maharshi Lucy Cornelssen
Once veiled by ignorance and later revealed, Reality looks as if newly realised. We have to use our control of that biologically acting mechanism, the brain.
But according to Ramana Maharshi it means more i. Continuous practice gives the necessary strength tue mind to engage in meditation. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: If ignorance be wiped out the confusion will cease to exist and the true knowledge will be unfolded. The central point of the Great Experience is striking and quite clear: If you can do it in the forest, why not in the home?
He knew practically nothing about mysticism, or about religious ideas or concepts. Thus even if there is a meeting with a Realised Soul, the guru need not refuse the disciple, because the disciple will not even perceive the presence of Greatness, since his inner senses are still clouded.
The Self hunring as It is. Demanding more and more from it, insatiable, he was a changed being, that would change his world, finally to what it huntting now. Finally they resorted to Lord Siva, the All-powerful, for aid. However, in a broader sense, everybody has to be active be it for his maintenance and that of his family, be it even only to keep his body alive and going, as with a saint or a sage. The same question turns up repeatedly. Out of this light came a mysterious Voice: There is no jnana as it is commonly understood.
A man may be a householder; yet, if he does not think he is a householder, he is a sannyasi.
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Therefore make the effort and gain it consciously. But experience teaches that, after one desire has been fulfilled, two other ones will emerge, and after something unpleasant has been removed, something else of a similar kind will present itself and obstruct corenlssen intention to enjoy ourselves. Get to Know Us. What does it signify?
Of th he did, and to be reminded of the fact cooled down that strange excitement. But it is huntinv new. The miracle rests with the boy; it lies in the fact that he ludy able to observe and recognise in an almost scientific way what was happening to himself and to remain for ever in that new dimension of consciousness which had opened itself before him in this Great Experience. Write a customer review. There is only one way to overcome the ghost Refresh and try again. If prolonged it is cosmic consciousness.
Sanjeev Saxena marked it as to-read May 18, He went through the stories of the 63 Saivite saints of Tamil Nadu, and they awoke a deep devotion in his young heart. Since then almost years passed by without any event of a similar spiritual value. If you are ready for him, he will meet you without any searching for him on your part.
Hunting the ‘I’ : According to Sri Ramana Maharshi
Or he might follow the way of Dattatreya and learn to see the Guru in all and everything, which amounts practically to the cotnelssen. After tasting such Bliss, even once, one will repeatedly try to regain it.
Neither reason nor ego can, of their own talents, reach the Supreme Atmanthe supreme Self, the true nature of man; they have to submit.