By Arthur Osborne
This ebook 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Mountain Path.Included is also al onger paintings at the 'question of development' in addition to sixteen hitherto unpublished poems.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 delivered to endure upon his selected job as a devotee of Sri Ramana Maharshi.Whether elucidating the subtleties of Bhagvan's existence and teachings,bridging the plain range of spiritual pracitce and belief,or easily surrendering to the beautiful notion of his Muse,Arhtur osborne's full of life writings from the decade of his lifestyles proceed to strike an internal chord on the flip of millineum. The Bookwas initially released within the 12 months 2000 and the following variants within the years 2003 and now 2008.
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Therefore the Spirit, unable to penetrate directly through the inward side, manifests outwardly in order thus to attract the attention of the mind and turn it inwards. This outward manifestation is the Guru. ” Understood thus, whatever serves to proclaim the reality of the Spirit to a man and to turn his mind inwards can be called a Guru; and in this sense the Sage Dattatreya could say that he had many gurus. Those rare persons who are already near to spiritual awakening can be illumined by the Inner Light acting directly with no outer agency, and for them, as the Maharshi said, no outer Guru is necessary.
Time and again some one would ask his authorisation to renounce the world, but he did not give it. He always taught that the battle was to be fought in the life of the world, in the midst of family and professional life. “If you renounce it will only substitute the thought of renunciation for that of the family and environment of the forest for that of the household. But the mental obstacles are always there for you. They even increase greatly in the new surroundings. Change of environment is no help.
95. 14 Forty Verses, v. 35. 15 Marital Garland, v. 45. 11 12 44 that ritual and technique are simplified to the utmost to make it available to those also who are not Hindus or who, being Hindus, are more or less cut off form the traditional forms of Hinduism. It would have been incongruous, therefore, if Bhagavan who brought this development to its completion, had given instruction in a highly technical approach such as yoga. Indeed, he specifically says in Self-enquiry: “As there are elaborate treatises on the elements of ashtanga yoga, only as much as is necessary is written here.