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The Daily Dharma – April 10, 2021

Ramana Maharshi (1879 – 1950), a great teacher in the yogic tradition, used to say that to attain inner-freedom, one must continuously as the question, “Who am I?” He taught that this was more important than reading books, learning mantras, or going to holy places. Just ask, “Who am I? Who sees when I see? Who hears when I hear? Who knows that I am aware? Who am I?”

from The Untethered Soul
Chapter: Who Are You?

To be continued . . .