(To Fourth Edition)We should not be astonished that
‘‘The Path of Sri Ramana’’
needs a fourth printing in a relatively short time.Readers find and describe this book as “precise anduseful”, the “Do it yourself” manual for doing one’s duty :to Be . . . happy. On one occasion Bhagavan Sri Ramana isreported to have said – on the subject of
That itcannot be done : the ego cannot want Liberation (its owndisappearance) and the Self needs neither the ego nor“sadhana”. What remains to be done is to let Self do the
How? By relaxing, by “doing nothing”. How? Bysubmitting, which is devotion. How? By knowing how?That’s what this book gives : new clues, most valuableinsights. These have been enlarged upon, from the
approach as also for those wondering what to do with allthis in our day-to-day life. Those two separate parts willsoon see the English translation, also by Sri Michael James,now an author in his own right, and our trustee.Have a nice “suicide”, or rather “ego-cide”.
R.E. Hamsananandan (J.J. de Reede)Mahasivaratri, 23.2.’90President , KANVASHRAMA TRUST“Mounalayam”Sri Ramanasramam P.O.Tiruvannamalai-606 603.
A Fifth Edition
Most cultures teach about the SIX SACRED ARTS: –Sculpture, Painting, Dance, Music, Recitation, Architectureas leading to the Seventh Art: to Be Self.Here is Sad-Guru Ramana’s Short-cut.
R.E. Hamsanananda (J.J. de Reede)President , KANVASHRAMA TRUST