To know who you are, see what you want -Ramana Maharshi

Ramana Maharshi says ‘Go to the root of the thought’. However a common question that arises is such: ‘when a thought arises in the mind then it demands to be addressed, otherwise it keeps hanging and causes trouble.’ So all is good. When a thought arises in the mind and demands to be addressed, do address it and address it properly and fully. On the one hand we complain that we remain annoyed…

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