Advaita Meditation Simple 3-Step inspired by the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi

by Ramanadas



Advaita Meditation Technique - Simple Stress Relief Meditation

This meditation technique is inspired by the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi. Daily practice of the Meditation Technique will help reduce your stress and calm you down. God bless.

Close your eyes and follow the steps - One to Three

Step One : You are not the Body

Start by asking yourself a simple question, 'Who am I?'

Am I the body? Is my body permanent? Think of yourself lying in a burning pyre after death. What happens to your body after death? Your body is not permanent. So you are not the body.

Step Two : You are not the Mind with all its thoughts

Am I the mind that generates the thoughts?

When a thought arises ask a question 'To whom do the thoughts come for?'

All thoughts come to serve 'I, the ego, the imagination of who you are. When there is no 'I, ego, your thoughts have no one to serve and they immediately die. The mind only exists to serve thoughts/desires to I, the ego. When there is no ego, there are no thoughts/desires generates by the mind. The mind disappears.
You are not the body or the mind. Then who are you?

Step Three : Consciousness is all that is

The breath awareness that swells in your heart is Consciousness. Consciousness is all that is. You are Consciousness. Stay in consciousness. Be free and be eternally Happy.

Practice Meditation daily. A few minutes of practice is superior to reading hundreds of books on the subject.

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Feb 21, 2016
An Arrow of Wisdom
by: Janaka

Thank you for your contribution, Ramanadas. Self-Inquiry is such a powerful tool, an arrow that takes one back to the Heart of Consciousness.


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