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Ramana Maharshi‘s deep teachings bring Self-knowledge and liberation. This podcast series will review major books from Ramana Maharshi in detail. Richard Clarke will offer commentary, and will lead a short meditation to bring the teaching directly to your experience. Additional teachings from contemporary teachers will deepen your experience. Richard Clarke has studied and practiced these teachings for more than 30 years. For 15 of these he was with a Self-realized teacher. For 8 years he an ...
 
As a boy of sixteen in 1896, he challenged death by a penetrating enquiry into the source of his being. Later hailed as Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi he revealed the direct path of practice of Self-enquiry and awakened mankind to the immense spiritual power of the holy Arunachala Hill, the spiritual heart of the world.
 
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Ramana Maharshi’s words, The first and foremost thought that arises in the mind is the “I”-thought. It is only after the rise or origin of the “I”-thought that innumerable other thoughts arise. In other words, only after the first personal pronoun, “I”, has arisen, do the second and third personal pronouns (“you, he,” etc.) occur to the mind; and t…
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 27th November 2021 Michael first discussed in detail the nineteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?), and that first portion of this meeting has been posted here as a separate episode: Nan Ar? (Who am I?) paragraph 19. ----more---- After discussing this, Michael answered questions on this …
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 27th November 2021 Michael James discusses the nineteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) sentence by sentence: ----more---- நல்ல மன மென்றும் கெட்ட மன மென்று மிரண்டு மனங்களில்லை. nalla maṉam eṉḏṟum keṭṭa maṉam eṉḏṟum iraṇḍu maṉaṅgaḷ illai. There are not two minds, namely a good mind and a…
 
In a Zoom meeting on 24th November 2021 Michael J discusses with Michael F the transient and hence unreal nature of all experiences, contrasting it with the permanent and hence real nature of ‘I am’, and also other aspects of Bhagavan’s teachings, particularly the practice of self-investigation and self-surrender. ----more---- During this discussio…
 
Ramana Maharshi's words:"That which arises in the physical body as “I” is the mind. If one enquires whence the “I”-thought in the body arises in the first instance, it will be found that it is from hydayam or the Heart. That is the source and stay of the mind. Or again, even if one merely continuously repeats to oneself inwardly, “I-I” with the ent…
 
In a Zoom meeting with ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 21st November 2021, Michael James first answers a question about verse 6 of Śrī Aruṇācala Aṣṭakam and then answers other questions about this and other aspects of Bhagavan’s teachings, particularly love for God as oneself and the practice of self-invest…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ramana Kendra, Delhi, on 14th November 2021 Michael James answers the following eight sets of questions about practising self-investigation (ātma-vicāra) and other aspects of Bhagavan’s teachings: ----more---- Bhagavan had mentioned that even thinking that I am not realized is an obstacle. Are there any more such obstacles wh…
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 13th November 2021 Michael James first discussed in detail the eighteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?), and that first portion of this meeting has been posted here as a separate episode: Nan Ar? (Who am I?) paragraph 18. ----more---- After discussing this, Michael answered questions on…
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 13th November 2021 Michael James discusses the eighteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) sentence by sentence: ----more---- ஜாக்ரம் தீர்க்கம், சொப்பனம் க்ஷணிக மென்பது தவிர வேறு பேதமில்லை. jāgram dīrgham, soppaṉam kṣaṇikam eṉbadu tavira vēṟu bhēdam-illai. Besides the saying that waking is…
 
This episode begins with Sadhu Om singing verse 9 of ஸ்ரீ அருணாசல நவமணிமாலை (Śrī Aruṇācala Navamaṇimālai), ‘The Necklace of Nine Gems for Arunachala’, and then Michael James explains and discusses the meaning and implications of it: ----more---- அம்மையு மப்பனு மாயெனைப் பூமியி லாக்கியளித்தம்மகி மாயையெ னாழ்கடல் வீழ்ந்துயா னாழ்ந்திடுமுன்னென்மன மன்னி ய…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ernesto and Carlos of ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 10th November 2021, Michael James answers the questions: ----more---- “What role should the Yamas and Niyamas play in someone who has a good intellectual understanding of Bhagavan’s Teachings but who has not developed a fairly bala…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ernesto and Carlos of ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 10th November 2021, Michael James answers the question: ----more---- “I wish we could address the issue of what nuances and characteristics the different degrees or levels of silence have as attention is increasingly shifted to 180…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ernesto and Carlos of ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 10th November 2021, Michael James answers the questions: ----more---- “Michael, I’ve heard you say there is no way for us to know where we are on the spiritual path according to our level of maturity, nor there is any need to find …
 
Ramana Maharshi's words:"By a steady and continuous investigation into the nature of the mind, the mind is transformed into That to which the “I” refers; and that is in fact the Self. Mind has to necessarily depend for its existence on something gross, it never subsists by itself. It is the mind that is otherwise called the subtle body, ego, jiva o…
 
Ramana's words: "The world is perceived as objective reality when the mind is externalized, thereby forsaking its identity with the Self. When the world is thus perceived, the true nature of the Self is not revealed: conversely, when the Self is realized, the world ceases to appear as an objective reality." Comments by Richard Clarke, audio clip fr…
 
In a Zoom meeting with the San Diego Ramana Satsang (ramana-satsang-sd@googlegroups.com) on 7th November 2021 Michael discusses paragraph 11 of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) and answers questions about this and other aspects of Bhagavan’s teachings, particularly the practice of self-investigation and self-surrender. ----more---- During this meeting Michael a…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Sri Ramana Center, Houston, on 6th November 2021 Michael James discusses verse 29 of Upadēśa Undiyār: ----more---- பந்தவீ டற்ற பரசுக முற்றவாறிந்த நிலைநிற்ற லுந்தீபற விறைபணி நிற்றலா முந்தீபற. bandhavī ḍaṯṟa parasukha muṯṟavāṟinda nilainiṯṟa lundīpaṟa viṟaipaṇi niṯṟalā mundīpaṟa. பதச்சேதம்: பந்த வீடு அற்ற பரசுகம் உற்றவாறு இந்த …
 
Ramana's words, "Who am I?" paragraph 6"Nor is there any such thing as the physical world apart from and independent of thought. In deep sleep there are no thoughts: nor is there a world. Just as the spider draws out the thread of the cobweb from within itself and withdraws it again into itself, in the same way the mind projects the world out of it…
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 30th October 2021 Michael first discussed in detail the seventeenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?), and that first portion of this meeting has been posted here as a separate episode: Nan Ar? (Who am I?) paragraph 17. ----more---- After discussing this, Michael answered questions on this …
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 30th October 2021 Michael James discusses the seventeenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) sentence by sentence: ----more---- குப்பையைக் கூட்டித் தள்ளவேண்டிய ஒருவன் அதை யாராய்வதா லெப்படிப் பயனில்லையோ அப்படியே தன்னை யறியவேண்டிய ஒருவன் தன்னை மறைத்துகொண்டிருக்கும் தத்துவங்க ளனைத்தையும் சேர்த…
 
This episode begins with Sadhu Om singing verse 8 of ஸ்ரீ அருணாசல நவமணிமாலை (Śrī Aruṇācala Navamaṇimālai), ‘The Necklace of Nine Gems for Arunachala’, and then Michael James explains and discusses the meaning and implications of it: ----more---- புவிக்குட் பொங்கிடும் புவிச்சொற் புங்கவன் புரிக்குட் புண்ணியன் சுழிக்குட் சுந்தரன் றவற்குச் சுந்தரஞ் சதி…
 
In a Zoom meeting on 27th October 2021 Michael discusses the practice of self-investigation and self-surrender with Sashi and Harish and answers several questions asked by them about this and other aspects of Bhagavan’s teachings. ----more---- During this discussion Michael discusses the meaning and implications of various passages from Bhagavan’s …
 
Ramana's words:"The mind is a unique power (sakti) in the Atman, whereby thoughts occur to one. On scrutiny as to what remains after eliminating all thoughts, it will be found that there is no such thing as mind apart from thought. So then, thoughts themselves constitute the mind."Commentary by Richard Clarke, audio from Nome as SAT.…
 
In a Zoom meeting with ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 17th October 2021, Michael James first answers the questions: ----more---- Could you please talk about how to develop vairagya while our love for attending to ourself is very slight and how to reconcile vairagya with taking responsibility for our lives?…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ramana Kendra, Delhi, on 10th October 2021 Michael James answers the following five sets of questions about the practice of self-investigation and other aspects of Bhagavan’s teachings: ----more---- As per Ramana’s teachings what is the meaning of the word “pareccha”? How does this affect the seeker? Please explain with a pra…
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 9th October 2021 Michael James first discussed in detail the sixteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?), and that first portion of this meeting has been posted here as a separate episode: Nan Ar? (Who am I?) paragraph 16. ----more---- After discussing this, Michael answered questions on th…
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 9th October 2021 Michael James discusses the sixteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) sentence by sentence: ----more---- எந்நூலிலும் முக்தி யடைவதற்கு மனத்தை யடக்க வேண்டுமென்று சொல்லப்பட் டுள்ளபடியால், மனோநிக்ரகமே நூல்களின் முடிவான கருத்து என் றறிந்துகொண்ட பின்பு நூல்களை யளவின்றிப் படிப்ப…
 
Ramana Maharshi's words:"If the mind, which is the instrument of knowledge and is the basis of all activity, subsides, the perception of the world as an objective reality ceases. Unless the illusory perception of the serpent in the rope ceases, the rope on which the illusion is formed is not perceived as such. Similarly, unless the illusory nature …
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ernesto and Carlos of ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 6th October 2021, Michael James answers the questions: “Do we need to read Ramana’s own writings or is it enough to read your articles, videos and explanations?” ----more---- This episode can also be watched as a video: 2021-10-06d…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ernesto and Carlos of ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 6th October 2021, Michael James answers the questions: ----more---- “We don’t know what we will experience in a year’s time, for example, could some of the reactions I stop having between now and then, detachment from likes and dis…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ernesto and Carlos of ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 6th October 2021, Michael James answers the question: ----more---- “There are people who have not structured their ego sufficiently. Let’s say it is very unstructured and can be seen by disordered actions, constant tendency to feel…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Ernesto and Carlos of ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 6th October 2021, Michael James answers the questions: ----more---- “Bhagavan uses the analogy of a room filled with furniture versus the space that contains everything. If we want to see the space of the room, our true nature, we …
 
In a Zoom meeting with the San Diego Ramana Satsang (ramana-satsang-sd@googlegroups.com) on 3rd October 2021 Michael discusses paragraph 10 of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) and answers questions about this and other aspects of Bhagavan’s teachings, particularly the practice of self-investigation and self-surrender. ----more---- During this meeting Michael re…
 
In a Zoom meeting with Sri Ramana Center, Houston, on 2nd October 2021 Michael James discusses verse 28 of Upadēśa Undiyār: ----more---- தனாதியல் யாதெனத் தான்றெரி கிற்பின்னனாதி யனந்தசத் துந்தீபற வகண்ட சிதானந்த முந்தீபற. taṉādiyal yādeṉat tāṉḏṟeri hiṟpiṉṉaṉādi yaṉantasat tundīpaṟa vakhaṇḍa cidāṉanda mundīpaṟa. பதச்சேதம்: தனாது இயல் யாது என தான் தெரி…
 
In a Zoom meeting on 1st October 2021 Sean and Michael discuss Bhagavan’s teachings and Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and during this discussion Michael refers to and/or discusses the following passages from Bhagavan’s writings: ----more---- Nāṉ Ār? paragraphs 9, 13, 15 and 19 Śrī Aruṇācala Padigam verses 8 and 11 Śrī Aruṇācala Akṣaramaṇamālai ver…
 
Ramana Maharshi's words:"Therefore, summarily rejecting all the above-mentioned physical adjuncts and their functions, saying “I am not this; no, nor am I this, nor this” — that which remains separate and alone by itself, that pure Awareness is what I am. This Awareness is by its very nature Sat-Chit-Ananda (Existence-Consciousness-Bliss)."Commenta…
 
This episode begins with Sadhu Om singing verse 7 of ஸ்ரீ அருணாசல நவமணிமாலை (Śrī Aruṇācala Navamaṇimālai), ‘The Necklace of Nine Gems for Arunachala’, and then Michael James explains and discusses the meaning and implications of it: ----more---- அண்ணா மலையா யடியேனை யாண்ட வன்றே யாவியுடற்கொண்டா யெனக்கோர் குறையுண்டோ குறையுங் குணமு நீயல்லாலெண்ணே னிவற்ற…
 
In a Zoom meeting on 28th September 2021 Robert and Michael discuss various aspects of the teachings of Bhagavan Ramana, particularly his teaching that our present state is just a dream, and the practice of self-investigation and self-surrender. Early in this discussion Robert refers to one of Michael’s recent articles, which he had written in repl…
 
Here starts Ramana's teaching on spiritual practice, focusing on negation and discrimination. Ramana's words: " “Who am I?” I am not this physical body, nor am I the five organs of sense perception, I am not the five organs of external activity, nor am I the five vital forces, nor am I even the thinking Mind. Neither am I that unconscious state of …
 
In a Zoom meeting with devotees of Sri Ganesha Temple, Nashville, on 26th September 2021 Michael James discusses the practice of self-investigation (ātma-vicāra), ‘Who am I?’, taught by Bhagavan Ramana, and then answers questions on this and other aspects of his teachings. ----more---- During this discussion, Michael refers to and/or discusses the …
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 25th September 2021 Michael first discussed in detail the fifteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?), and that first portion of this meeting has been posted here as a separate episode: 2021-09-25a Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK: Michael James discusses Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) paragraph 15. ----…
 
In a Zoom meeting of the ‘Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK’ on 25th September 2021 Michael James discusses the fifteenth paragraph of Nāṉ Ār? (Who am I?) sentence by sentence: ----more---- இச்சா ஸங்கல்ப யத்நமின்றி யெழுந்த ஆதித்தன் சன்னிதி மாத்திரத்தில் காந்தக்கல் அக்கினியைக் கக்குவதும், தாமரை மலர்வதும், நீர் வற்றுவதும், உலகோர் தத்தங் காரியங்களிற் பிரவ…
 
Ramana's words:"Every living being longs always to be happy, untainted by sorrow; and everyone has the greatest love for himself, which is solely due to the fact that happiness is his real nature."Commentary by Richard Clarke, and an audio by Nome of SAT on Happiness. Concludes with a short guided Self-inquiry.…
 
This video begins with Sadhu Om singing verse 6 of ஸ்ரீ அருணாசல நவமணிமாலை (Śrī Aruṇācala Navamaṇimālai), ‘The Necklace of Nine Gems for Arunachala’, and then Michael James explains and discusses the meaning and implications of it: ----more---- காமாரி யென்றுநீ யன்பரா லென்றுமே கதித்திடப் படுகின்றாயாமாமெ யுனக்கிது வாமாவென் றையுறு மருணாச லேச்சுரனேயாமாய…
 
Richard Clarke provides early history of Ramana Maharshi in Tiruvannamalai in the time frame when the dialogs between the young Ramana Maharshi and Sivaprakasam Pillai were held which were the basis of "Who am I?"Includes a short talk, “How to Find Peace in World,” by Swami Sarvapriyananda, and a short meditation, a guided Self-inquiry.…
 
In a Zoom meeting with ‘Yo Soy Tu Mismo’ (a group of Spanish devotees of Bhagavan Sri Ramana) on 19th September 2021, Michael James first answers the questions: ----more---- “For people with a lot of mental and emotional agitation, so much so that even it has an impact on their bodies, to what extent is it necessary to achieve first of all a certai…
 
In a Zoom meeting on 17th September 2021 Michael answers a series of questions asked by Palani about the teachings of Bhagavan Ramana, particularly about why and how to practise self-investigation (ātma-vicāra). ----more---- While answering these questions, Michael refers to and/or discusses the following passages from Bhagavan’s writings: Uḷḷadu N…
 
In a Zoom meeting on 16th September 2021 Michael answers several questions asked by Indira about Bhagavan’s teachings, such as whether the seer is ego or our real nature (ātma-svarūpa), the role of ego in our spiritual journey towards self-knowledge, the practice of surrender to the will of God or guru, the value of a human birth, the benefit of se…
 
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