The Direct Path
For most spiritual questers, it is a deeply held matter of faith that our thoughts, feelings and beliefs rule every facet of our lives, and that gaining mastery over them leads to a new freedom and happiness. But how – exactly – do we do this? Beyond prayer, meditation and affirmations, the ancient Hindu masters taught a way of realizing a truer reality than most could even imagine.
In the early years of the 20th century, an Indian sage named Ramana Maharshi made the essence of this dateless teaching available to the modern world. The response was explosive, yet many of the most ardent spiritual explorers have never even heard of Ramana Maharshi or Self Inquiry.
Abiding in Self Inquiry is like putting on a pair of glasses that you didn’t even know you needed, but now could hardly imagine life without.
The complete story of Ramana Maharshi and Self-Inquiry (1:19:59)
Many consider this the single most important spiritual work they have ever done.
I’m certainly one of them.