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Conscious Immortality (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Paul Brunton , Munagala Venkataramiah

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This is the fourth revised edition of Conscious Immortality first published in 1983. It is a record of conversations and observations made by Paul Brunton and Munagala S. Venkataramiah, the compiler of Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi during the second half of the 1930s. Just over half the record in Conscious Immortality can also be found in Talks.
Since Brunton’s notebook is a historical document, the ashram has reprinted the notebook adhering as closely as possible to its original format and style. The editing has been minimal.
There is a wealth of instruction in the notebook and the devotees can gain immeasurably from this new edition.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 375 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 162 pages
  • Editeur : Sri Ramanasramam; Édition : Fourth (25 août 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00F13MWMU
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great book! 19 janvier 2014
Par Adam C. Dave - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Read this book 20 years ago in print, and it came up in conversation with my father, who had turned me onto it. Print copy is hard to find, but this kindle version is great. It's organized differently than the most recent print version, and it may have fewer pages, but the essence remains the same: Go within, ask the question "Who Am I?" And by the process of elimination (I am not the body, not the mind) you are left with your essence: sat, chit, ananda. Existence, consciousness, bliss. If this book were required reading in elementary school or at the latest high school, I can only wonder at the tremendous benefit. For as they say, the purpose of life is Self-realization, and the only help you can give someone is to remove the obstacles to being what you truly are (the Self, which is all), the greatest obstacle which is the mind, which is ever focused outward, on externalities, the unreal (Maya), although the irony is the mind is the tool for self-Realization, turning inwards to the source of Consciousness, and by the process achieving its own destruction, so that all that remains is Self. Can you tell Maharshi's words are fresh in my mind? Read it today!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Self is pure consciousness - here and now and forever 16 février 2014
Par Laura De Giorgio - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The talks with Ramana Maharshi in this book are presented in question and answer format. In the introduction, it says that 68% of these talks are the same as the ones presented in the book "Talks with Ramana Maharshi".

The talks are presented through chapters, with various headings like "The Mind", "The Ultimate as Reality", "The Ultimate as Truth", and a number of the talks are repeated verbatim under different chapters.

The talks consist of similar questions asked by people who have not experienced the Self, and Ramana's attempt to put in words that which can only be known through experience.

Ramana thus points over and over again, that the experience of the Self is a natural experience, that the person gets to experience it through self-enquiry by tracing his thoughts back to the Source, the Self, which results not in a verbal answer to self-enquiry, but in experience of the Self, and once experienced, all that is left is to practice abiding in the Self.

In this practice, the thoughts arising out of ego, the bodily identification, begin to dissolve. In the beginning the practice requires conscious effort. Eventually, it becomes effortless, natural expression of the Self.

A person asks, "What is this Self?
Ramana answers, "Know the Self and God is known. Of all the definitions of God none is so well put as the Biblical "I am that I AM" in Exodus III. But none is so direct as the - "I AM" - The Absolute Is. It is Self, God.

Another one says, "Convince me of the existence of God."
Ramana answers, Realization of the Self amounts to such conviction."

Yet another asks, "How is "I-I consciousness felt?"
Ramana answers, "As an unbroken awareness of "I". It is simply consciousness. You are that even now. There will be no mistaking it, when pure."

Q. "How is God to be seen?"
A. Within. If the mind is turned inward, God manifests as the inner consciousness.

Q. "What is liberation?"
A."It is to know you were not born. Be still and know that I am God. To be still is not to think. You have lost hold of yourself. Turn inward. If the mind's source is sought, it will vanish leaving the Self behind."

"Self is beyond knowledge and ignorance. It is Self-luminous."
"Self lies beyond [hearing or seeing] - all alone as pure Consciousness."
"The consciousness within, purged of the mind, is felt as God."
"The Self is here and now and alone. It is not new and something to be acquired. It is natural and permanent."

Q. "How to get rid of fear?"
A. "All fear is nothing more than thoughts. If there is only one there cannot be a second (to be afraid of). To think that there is something outside ourselves is the cause of fear, but if firmly rooted in our own reality, then there will be no fear, no doubt, no undesirable qualities, as all the latter are centered about the ego."

"We talk of attaining the Self, of reaching God with time. There is nothing to attain. We are already Self-Existent. Nor will there ever be a time when we shall be nearer to God than now. We are now ever blissful, Self-Existent, the Infinite. Our consciousness is unbroken, continuous, and eternal."

"There is only one Self and it is fully conscious now and ever. There is neither past, present nor future for it, since it is out of time. Without the Infinite Power, God, the true Self, this incense would not burn, this world would not exist. This Self is in all forms. It alone gives them reality. Hence the Illumined One finds himself in all others, for he has found Unity and no longer perceives multiplicity."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 2 août 2014
Par Urmila - Publié sur Amazon.com
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His writing makes you want to know the real you .
5.0 étoiles sur 5 awareness speaks! 24 septembre 2015
Par Halifax Student Account - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In every human being there slumber faculties in which he she can attain the higher yoga awareness; the realisation that God resides not in the clouds; but behind your eyelids. This sounds good to me and, dare I say it, it should sound good to you too! Why, didn't you know that the God behind your eyelids makes you yourself God almighty? Yes, you! And, all you need to do is to switch your faculties on, and off you go!

Erwin Schrodinger, the father of quantum physics, believed this; and he would finish his lectures by declaring to the local Church congregation, "Hence I am God Almighty", and he ended up winning the Nobel prize (though not for thinking that he was God, I am happy to say).

The faculty needs switching on before we drop the ego, as it where. The faculty is the awareness we take for granted. The awareness is our sense of who we are before the ego, before the world flooded in. Most people take the 'I' sense for the ego. But they are mistaken. The 'I' sense comes first, and then the ego floods the inner sense and so we mistake ego for our true being.

Ramana Maharshi said that the ego is the world and the world is the ego. The ego is fleeting and it changes, just like the world is fleeting and changes. "Panta rhei", said the weeping philosopher, "all flows".

But the philosophers only weep for this world and for the ego. All doesn't flow. Time flows but eternity, which you are, is stationary. Your awareness was there when you were born, it never changed. The awareness is the watcher, the gap between the thoughts.

The philosopher was not aware of the background watching all things changing, all things come to pass, like a passing carnival, but you are aware of the show because you are the watcher of the film. When you realize it is a film, you awaken.

Arthur Schopenhauer wrote, "The more you become conscious of the frailty, vanity and dream-like quality of all things, the more clearly will you also become conscious of the eternity of your own inner being; because it is only in contrast to this that the aforesaid quality of things becomes evident, just as you perceive the speed at which a ship is going only when looking at the motionless shore, not when looking at the ship itself.

Awareness is the eternity, is our inner being and when the body drops, we will be aware.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Provocative 6 juillet 2015
Par Phil Calandra - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"Conscious Immortality is the study of the non-dual wisdom of Ramana Maharashi. The book is divided into 21 interesting chapters in a question and answer format. The primary theme of the book is Ramana's "Self Enquiry Method" of self realization through the query "Who am I". This method is purported to be the quickest and most direct method of self realization. The greatest obstacle in this process is our own mind and ego which constantly focuses outward on external things rather than our inner consciousness. According to Ramana, the soul, mind, and ego are mere words and are not true entities of any kind. The only truth is "Consciousness" which has been our eternal birth right. The difficulty with this analysis is that "Self" and "God" are considered synonymous with one another and our real identity is considered "One" with the "Absolute". According to this non-dual philosophy, we are the infinite consciousness of "God". Other terms used are the "Self", "Absolute"; however, on a finite level, we share the ego, mind or individual consciousness of man. The book does not go into any depth the subject of creativity and does not explain how and why man does not know his true identity. "Conscious Immortality" is a provocative but very difficult book to rectify with some peoples' established beliefs especially if one comes from a Judaic Christian background. How we come to terms that we are the "Absolute" or "Self" is a difficult if not impossible concept to incorporate into one's belief system. When the relative part of ourselves engage in prayer, are we really praying to our higher "Selves"? Notwithstanding these challenges, this book is thought provoking and I would highly recommend it.
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