Three Names and One Universal Soul
- Published: Sunday, 19 January 2020 09:14
Arni Narendran – India
The Life and Altruism of Wanda Dynowska – Uma Devi –Tenzin Chodon
(30 June 1888 – 20 March 1971)
The Mystic Journey of a Polish Theosophist
In the sacred mountains of Arunachala, the abode of Lord Shiva, near the holy town of Thiruvannamalai, in South India, lived a sage by the name of Ramana Maharishi. One morning, after sitting in silence with the sage amongst many other Truth seekers, a young Polish lady approached the sage with a question about her dream in which she had a vision of Shiva. She asked the sage how she could retain her blissful vision for eternity. The Maharishi told her that a vision can never be eternal, therefore she should ask herself, who am I? One cannot see God and still retain once individuality. The seer and the seen unite into one being. There is no cogniser, no cognition nor the cognized. All merge into one Supreme Shiv. This was the sage whom Carl Jung described as the whitest patch in a white cloth of spirituality.