Forty Verses on Reality was written by Ramana Maharshi at the request of Muruganar, who wanted a concise synopsis of Ramana’s teaching, and wanted REALITY IN 40 VERSES | VERSE 04 | SRI RAMANA MAHARSHI. 1. If Self has form, the world and GOD likewise have form. If Self is without. Forty Verses on Reality. THIS IS MY favorite work of Sri Ramana’s. It strikes me as the most complete, the deepest, and the most tersely expressed. Sixteen years .
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Will it not be laughable, repeatedly thinking over discussion [what is] gone [and] will be. The past the having been, the gone and the future the to become are the present being in [their] own time. Is it not, rather, ignorance to know all else without knowing oneself, the knower? Will they again get entangled in them?
This larger body of verses consists of both verses composed by the Maharshi and verses derived from other texts that were translated into Tamil from their Sanskrit originals. Sleep is not knowledge. Although the scriptures proclaim ‘Thou art That’, it is only a sign of weakness of mind to meditate ‘I am That, not this’, because you are eternally That.
All dualities and triads shine for some thing some reality that is the support for some thing upon which they depend. From our perception of the world there follows acceptance of a unique First Principle possessing various powers.
How can one see one’s Self? The body is of the nature of the five-fold sheaths lit.: If the first person, I, exists, then the second and third persons, you and he, will also exist.
Therefore, to inhere in one’s own Being, where the ‘I’, or ego, is dead, is the perfect State. Just as a man would dive in order to get something that had fallen into the water, so one should dive into oneself, with a keen one-pointed mind, controlling speech and breath, and find the place whence the ‘I’ originates.
Abidance without differentiation without doubtthe Absolute the Supremeis agreeable for dear to all.
Forty Verses On Reality by Ramana Maharshi
Is to be said, the Lord who is the powerful Mastersomeone with boundless power. For the other, the Self is discernible as only the body the Self is only the measure of the body. The dream of one who is awakened, how can it now be true? Knowledge of multiplicity is false knowledge.
The existence of sound and others is a mode of the senses made to appear brought to light. The mind is to be turned back within interior to the mind, here. The introduction and translation is taken from the book, Saddarshanam and An Inquiry into the Nature of Truth and Oneself.
Mind, bhava gamana existence, samsarajiva the individual named. Once the ‘I’ emerges, all else emerges. Reality-Consciousness does not emerge. Does one who abides in Truth Being again approach illusion? Various manifold forms of Consciousness.
Various manifold forms of Consciousness Are not established accomplished apart different. For mqharshi former, the seen universe, indeed aloneis the real the true.
Upon the rise of that whichall arise. The resultant state, which shines as Absolute Being, is one’s own natural rakana, the Self.
Visit his website at: For those who have taken refuge, out of fear of death, in the Conqueror of death. The real thing the true Realitydevoid of birth and decay destruction, perishingthe One. Ordinary knowledge is always accompanied by ignorance, and ignorance by knowledge; the only true Knowledge is that by which one knows the Self through enquiring whose is the knowledge and ignorance.
The Divine gives light to the mind and shines within it. Oneself Himself within the mind or: The Truth is silent. But to those who have not realized, Truth is adapted to the measure of the world, whereas to those that have, Truth shines as the Formless Perfection, and as the Substratum of the world.
Only so long as one considers oneself bound, do thoughts of bondage bg Liberation continue.
They that know the Self as the one Source of destiny and free-will are free from both. He knows not anything other than the Self. With a keen mind enquire whence this ‘I’ emerges. If the Self is mahqrshi, indeed, the seen, how can there be talk of the Lord?