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who am i

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There are two categories of people in this world. Those who identify themselves as body, and those who atleast understands he is beyond his body. He/She exists even body does not exists. This book leads toward knowing innerself. What happens if my body is no more. This books answers and explains methods to discover.
There are two categories of people in this world. Those who identify themselves as body, and those who atleast understands he is beyond his body. He/She exists even body does not exists. This book leads toward knowing innerself. What happens if my body is no more. This books answers and explains methods to discover.

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WHO AM I?
 AUTHOR
SHRIRAM SHARMA ARCHARYA
Publisher: Shantikunj, Haridwar(U.P), India, 249411Translated by: T. N. SahaiRevised by: Shambhudass
The WWW reprint is for free distribution
 
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PREFACE
In this paradoxical universe the pursuit to discover its mysteries islimitless. The more we know, the more humble we become in the face of whatwe don’t and cannot know. There are innumerable ways and means forinvestigating and acquiring knowledge. Amongst these, there are disciplines ofobjective, experimentally verifiable sciences about which man naturally wantsto know more and more. Why? How? Where? When? of everything -he keepson wondering and inquiring about. It is this natural curiosity which has ledman to acquire so much knowledge of the mundane and material world anderect an imposing and gigantic technological edifice of civilization and culture.Human ingenuity, aided by experimental science and thought, continuespushing back the limits of the unknown. However, the mass of humanity,including the elites, knows pretty little about its own real self. We hardly everthink about knowing the reality of our own existence. If we remain ignorantabout our own real identity, the course of life remains uncertain, fearful, andconfused. Because of ignorance of one’s real self, man is unable to think or actwisely and righteously. There is only one highway to true happiness and peacein life and that is Self-Knowledge.The present booklet is a humble attempt at “Exploration of the Self”. Words orlogic cannot fully explain the riddle of “Who am I?” The only way to knowone’s true identity is to explore the domains of consciousness within. Anendeavor has been made in this booklet to guide the seeker to explore thereality of Self through specific disciplines of meditation and contemplation. It ishoped that it will be helpful to the genuine seekers of the Spirit.-
Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya
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