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Our own self-realization is the greatest service we can render the world. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
The degree of the absence of thoughts is the measure of your progress towards Self-realization.~ Sri Ramana Maharshi

Self-realization is an expression used in Western psychology, philosophy, and spirituality which refers to making the most of one's potential, typically via study, self-discipline, and service to humanity.


  • The three states [of waking, dream and sleep] owe their existence to non-enquiry and enquiry puts an end to them. However much one may explain, the fact will not become clear till one attains Self-realization and wonders how one was blind to the self-evident and only existence so long.

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