Harsha ADVAITA & YOGA, Arunachala, Gurus, Hinduism, INSPIRATIONAL, Love, Meditation, Ramana Maharishi, Self-Inquiry, Spirituality, Wisdom, YogaGrace, Harsh Luthar, Heart, Hinduism, Meditation 玄想, Personal Growth, Ramana Maharshi, Self-Inquiry, Self-Realization, Spirituality, Yoga The Search For True Love October 8, 2017 The search for true love is really the search for the ultimate reality of this universe. It manifests outwardly as the search for that perfect person, the search for God, the search for the mystery of our existence. Underlying all fears and anxieties is the fundamental agitation of not knowing who we are. To solve this existential riddle, Sri Ramana advocates the sincere and keen inquiry that focuses on the question, “Who Am I?” It is this inward focus with intent and intensity, that leads the mind to dive deep into the very heart of the unknown. It is in the deepest core of our being, that we find the Heart, that is in reality the Self. One never feels complete until one realizes that one who has been pursued and sought as one’s true love is one’s own Self. In coming close to the Self, one is drawn to the Self, and then by Grace merges with the Self, the very Heart of Existence and becomes That. Bhagavan Ramana used to say, “The Self is always there. It is you. There is nothing but you.” Share this:TwitterLinkedInFacebookRedditSkypePocketPrintTumblrWhatsAppPinterestTelegramEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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“The search for true love is really the search for the ultimate reality of this universe.
I believe this with heart and soul – thank you Harsh Luthar!
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