Ramana Maharshi has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Golden Age of Gaia' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Ramana Maharshi was highly popular in November, 2016.
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[...] speaks in metaphors and claims to be channelling another entity. Names like Jesus, Buddha, Ramana Maharshi, Bashar, Eckhart Tolle and Krishnamurti come to mind. They are all unique manifestations with [...]
[...] and encouraged me to write on Vedic tradition. I have also been influenced by the great sage Ramana Maharshi and his disciple Ganapati Muni. I also have great respect for South Indian guru Sivananda [...]
[...] with sahaja nirvikalpa samadhi, which is a more advanced state of enlightenment, visible in Ramana Maharshi and (I believe) Adyashanti. At sahaja, the spiritual heart opens and does not shut again. [...]
[...] looked at him and did not even touch him. Standing there he became enlightened. And then Ramana Maharshi walked away to take his bath. Papaji just came up. He did not even speak to Ramana about his [...]
[...] its source – the silent and aware, transparent and spacious essence of mind’s true nature. Ramana Maharshi put it this way: “You are awareness. Awareness is another name for you. Since you are [...]
[...] important traditions. A few pages later the reader will get a one page or so introduction to Ramana Maharshi, and then Ramakrishna. Finally by page 30 the reader is introduced to the texts such as the [...]
[...] , spiritual masters, teachers, and avatars. Great masters such as Buddha, Jesus, Krishna, Ramana Maharshi, Paramahanza Yogananda, and thousands of others who understand deeply what it means to be [...]
[...] a fine restraint so that the mind energy did not form into an actual thought. Upon reading Ramana Maharshi in the following statement: "Worshiping the formless reality by unthought thought is the [...]