Self Abidance Sat-Darshanam
The ‘Sat-Darshanam’, like the Upanishads, is a spontaneous expression of direct spiritual experience, the steady Self-abidance of Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharshi. He categorically states that seeking the self, merging in it and abiding steadily as the self is truly ‘Sat-Darshanam’. by repeatedly emphasising the need for getting into the inner movement of grace away from the outward movement of the mind and by his unfailing technique of self-enquiry Ramana has provided an easy and direct path to Self-abidance. is it then not natural to say that ‘Sat-Darshanam’ is truly a delight for earnest seekers of truth?
The ‘Sat-Darshanam’ in Sanskrit is a rendering by Ganapati Muni of Ramana’s original ‘Ulladu Narpadu’ in Tamil. Almost half a century ago His Holiness Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopananda Saraswati, now the revered Jagadguru of Dwaraka Sharada Peetha and Badri Jyotish peetha, gave a Hindi translation with a commentary and brilliant introduction. This work is marked by reverence for Bhagawan Ramana as an extract from his introduction would evidence.
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