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Reflections of Ramana

February 17, 2010 by Dr. Catherine Schultz, Ph.D.  

I’ve been reflecting a lot today on my experiences with A. Ramana, founder of AHAM, who I found out passed away yesterday morning in India of cancer. He had longstanding bouts with a number of physical ailments.

He taught me a tremendous amount in terms experiencing directly the deeper meaning of Unmanifest, Awareness, and Consciousness as termed by Tolle, Nisargadatta, and Bhagavan Ramana Maharashi, respectively. I recall a particular moment when I looked into his eyes and it appeared we shared a transcendent experience completely beyond words or description of this primordial state.

He also taught me, through his ruthless admonition of the multi-dimensional body-mind manifestation, to honor and value this ‘experiential’ aspect of my Self.

Other teachers such as Gangaji and Ken Wilber’s inclusivity and integral approach rang more palapably as true, but my Seeing of this was clearer, and my ability to know the Stillness at the core of all phenomonena was enhanced through the programs developed by Ramana and many of the other beautiful family members at AHAM.

In Gratitude for his Unique Form of support substantiating an ongoing capacity for re-cognizing Formlessness as our true nature. Blessings for Ramana.

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