Here's a link to the full movie, Abide as the Self, The Essential Teachings of Ramana Maharshi
, which has inspired my questioning:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJwkuJfslUU
The intro to that movie states: "What is not permanent is not worth striving for."
EA teaches that God is imperfect and is an evolving force.
Exactly what is it that Ramana is expressing, that is exuding from his eyes, and demonstrating by his life? The Heart of God...pure love...the cessation of duality....or simply a guru who himself is evolving?
The essence of that "unspeakable something" that he is transmitting is incredibly blissful! - perhaps demonstrating a cessation of all separating desires?Quote from Rad: .........what is perceived in the single eye, or what has been called the ‘third eye’ that naturally exists within the interior of consciousness and can be accessed, merged with, with our Soul. When this occurs the law of duality ceases to exist. The ultimate ‘satisfaction’ is then realized.
Was Ramana Maharshi in the 3rd Stage Spiritual on a par with Jesus or Mother Teresa?
Would anyone like to share their thoughts?