Tag: Self Inquiry

Our problem is Knowledge

joejo's picture

I think the fundamental problem with us is that we give tremendous importance to thought or mental consciousness. In such a case the thought and the word becomes all important.

Beyond Ramana

genep's picture

Self-inquiry is all about seeking everything that makes NOW, Self, DIFFERENT from everything that appears in it, NOW.

… seeking these differences long enough
AND sooner or later

What does Ramana Maharshi's "I-I" stand for?

solomon's picture

I encounter the notion "I-I" quite often in Ramana Maharshi's texts while I haven't seen it elsewhere, not in the words of other Advaita teachers (e.g. Nisargadatta Maharaj) nor in scriptures.

How to do self enquiry? Ramana Maharshi

mih999's picture

Hello all I don't know if I'm doing Ramana Maharshi's self enquiry correctly.

Who are you, really? find out in 5 simple steps...

Wahido Theriaca's picture

Someone very amazing and outstanding once asked me: "Who are you?". Obviously this question made me think and lead me to the question "Who am I".

The "I Thought" and the "seer"

erez's picture

Recently, someone asked me the following question:

Are "I thought" and "seer" the same?

And to that the response that came:

When you feel the loneliest

angel76's picture

You feel the loneliest when an "I" of you evaporates.

But you don't understand this. You think that you feel so because there are no other people around.

What type of meditations do you usually do?

david's picture

Problems with ramana maharshis self-inquiry

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Advanced Self Inquiry Meditation Technique

blissmusic's picture

"In meditation,

one of the greatest
things you can do
is become aware
of how thought identification

Become aware
of the process
of thoughts arising
and the action of