HUNTING THE I LUCY CORNELSSEN PDF

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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You will distinctly feel it as an undercurrent of peace and detachment. In ths legend of Arunachala, Brahma stands for buddhi, the reason, Vishnu for ahamkara, the ego of man, Siva for Atman, the secret of man’s true Nature.

The inner guidance sends signals, as it were, ceaselessly Who then is a guru?

By the application of feeling, thinking and acting during numberless ages, those earliest forms of life developed that brain and nervous system meant to be the biological mechanism of conscious reacting. An introduction to the philosophy and practice of the spiritual teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Second Edition. Sri Ramana Maharshi says about these means: When we probe to see what it is, there is nothing like it. Mere book-learning is not of any great use. He wants some body to love, and Hinduism has many lovable deities.

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There is only one quality by which he is revealed in his silence as well as in his talk. No effort can reach It. But what is the means?

Hunting The ‘I’ by Lucy Cornelssen

The Self is certainly within the direct experience of everyone, but not as one imagines it to be. Destroy the ego by seeking its identity. Experience is said to be temporary or permanent. That must be known.

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The veil, yunting they too put between the pure consciousness of Identity and their personal relative consciousness remained transparent, as it were. There are documents about this available already from the third millennium B.

The one requires effort to acquire, the other does not. Try to locate this opponent to the most important decision of your life, your search for the Self.

Brabmacharya is not confined to sexual continence in acting, word or thought. On Gurus, Siddhis, Sannyasa 49 But when the fake-guru is clever enough, he may ckrnelssen feign this attitude also. The Swami of the Hill never thought of that.

In their ignorance they conceive of Brahman as something more huge ii powerful than anything else. Moreover, the sleep state is not recognised to be one of awareness by people; but the sage is always aware. All the sadbanas are called yogas, e. The dream- creations are purposeful; they serve the dreampurpose.

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Hunting the ‘I’ : According to Sri Ramana Maharshi

Rejoicing in the things of the spirit, calm, Caring for nothing, abstaining from sensual pleasure, Himself his only helper, He may live on in the world, in the hope of eternal bliss. About the Author Little is known about the generally self-effacing devotees of the Bhagavan and Lucy cornelssen probably belongs to this category.

The Western concept of creation goes along the line or origin, evolution, decline and destruction, whereas Indian thinkers of yore did not allow a creation out of naught. This ‘I’ can only be a ‘wrong I’, because it is not the ‘I’ that realises. Then all your vasanas are washed off and you are free.

The small incident was soon forgotten. Kevin Tharayil rated it liked it Oct 11, He knew he had simply to submit. Think of your own room or office. Concentrate and you will get it. After the truth of the rope is known, the illusion of the snake is removed once and for all.

Because of a single error of ours: The one which soon will betray itself as a great deposit of obstacles is the so-called mind, with its main qualities, restlessness and dullness.