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Be Still, It Is The Wind That Sings by Arthur Osborne

By Arthur Osborne

This publication is an anthology of articles and poems that Arthur Osborne,an ardent devotee of Sri Ramana Maharshi,had contributed to the Ashram magazine,The Mountain Path.Included is also al onger paintings at the 'question of development' in addition to sixteen hitherto unpublished poems. Taken jointly they shape a profound testomony of the readability and commitment the writer has dropped at endure upon his selected job as a devotee of Sri Ramana Maharshi.Whether elucidating the subtleties of Bhagvan's lifestyles and teachings,bridging the obvious variety of non secular pracitce and belief,or easily surrendering to the beautiful notion of his Muse,Arhtur osborne's lively writings from the decade of his existence proceed to strike an internal chord on the flip of millineum. The Bookwas initially released within the 12 months 2000 and the next variations within the years 2003 and now 2008.

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9 And the mind wonders at the Grace of it: “Thou art the Primal Being, whereas I count not in this or the other world. ”10 The two paths are not incompatible. Many do in fact combine them. Nevertheless a person is apt to be drawn more to one or the other. Therefore guidance was provided on both. ” Whatever Guru one may follow it is only a manifestation of the Inner Guru, the Christ in you, and his function is to lead you back to the Source. Nevertheless, until the heart is purified various impulses may masquerade as the inner Guru and it is safer (and indeed usually necessary) to have an outer Guru.

The drop, in essence the same as the sea, has only lost it’s limitation, having become the sea. “These distinctions in Realization are from the standpoint of the others who look at them; in reality, however, there are no distinctions in release gained through jnana. “One Should enquire into one’s true nature. “The Consciousness of ‘I’ is the subject of all our actions. Enquiring into the true nature of that Consciousness and remaining as oneself is the way to understand through enquiry one’s true nature.

There should be regular times for this ‘meditation’, since the mind accustoms itself and responds more readily. I have put the word ‘meditation’ in inverted commas, since it is not meditation in the usual sense of the word but only concentration on Self or on being. ”3 Good times are first thing when you wake up in the morning and last thing before going to sleep at night. At first a good deal of time and effort may be needed before the current of awareness is felt; later it begins to arise more and more easily.

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