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Ramakrishna

Data de nascimento: 18. Fevereiro 1836
Data de falecimento: 16. Agosto 1886
Outros nomes: Šrí Rámakršna

Ramakrishna Paramahamsa , nascido Gadadhar Chattopadhyay [1], foi um dos mais importantes líderes religiosos Hindus da Índia, e foi profundamente reverenciado por milhões de Hindus e não-Hindus como um mensageiro de Deus. Ramakrishna foi uma figura influente na Renascença Bengali do século XIX.

Swami Vivekananda, um dos seus maiores discípulos descreveu Ramakrishna Paramahamsa como: "Ele que foi Rama, Ele que foi Krishna, agora é Ramakrishna neste corpo."

Citações Ramakrishna

„Deus reside em todos os homens, mas nem todos os homens estão Nele. Por isso eles sofrem.“

—  Ramakrishna
Atribuídas, Não Há Instituição Superior à Minha Verdade, 2014, Anabela Fernandes Dos Santos, Chiado Editorial, ISBN 9895121113 Google Books https://books.google.de/books?id=9D4wDgAAQBAJ&pg=PT127&dq=Deus+reside+em+todos+os+homens,+mas+nem+todos+os+homens+est%C3%A3o+Nele.+Por+isso+eles+sofrem.&hl=de&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjTqNCo9brXAhWHoKQKHVTQAJoQ6AEIKTAA#v=onepage&q&f=false

„Se eu estender um lençol entre nós dois, você não poderá me ver, apesar de continuar a seu lado. Da mesma forma, embora Deus nos seja mais próximo do que qualquer outra pessoa, o véu do egoísmo nos impede de Vê-lo.“

—  Ramakrishna
Atribuídas, Não Há Instituição Superior à Minha Verdade, 2014, Anabela Fernandes Dos Santos, Chiado Editorial, ISBN 9895121113 Google Books https://books.google.de/books?id=9D4wDgAAQBAJ&pg=PT128&dq=Se+eu+estender+um+len%C3%A7ol+entre+n%C3%B3s+dois,+voc%C3%AA+n%C3%A3o+poder%C3%A1+me+ver,+apesar+de+continuar+a+seu+lado.+Da+mesma+forma,+embora+Deus+nos+seja+mais+pr%C3%B3ximo+do+que+qualquer+outra+pessoa,+o+v%C3%A9u+do+ego%C3%ADsmo+nos+impede+de+V%C3%AA-lo.&hl=de&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiFmq-G9brXAhUBzaQKHVfrCLYQ6AEIJjAA#v=onepage&q&f=false

„Nem o Sol nem a Lua podem refletir-se claramente na água lamacenta. Assim a alma universal não pode realizar-se perfeitamente em nós, enquanto não afastarmos o véu da ilusão, isto é, enquanto perdura o sentimento do eu e do meu.“

—  Ramakrishna
Atribuídas, Não Há Instituição Superior à Minha Verdade, 2014, Anabela Fernandes Dos Santos, Chiado Editorial, ISBN 9895121113 Google Books https://books.google.de/books?id=9D4wDgAAQBAJ&pg=PT84&dq=Nem+o+Sol+nem+a+Lua+podem+refletir-se+claramente+na+%C3%A1gua+lamacenta.+Assim+a+alma+universal+n%C3%A3o+pode+realizar-se+perfeitamente+em+n%C3%B3s,+enquanto+n%C3%A3o+afastarmos+o+v%C3%A9u+da+ilus%C3%A3o,+isto+%C3%A9,+enquanto+perdura+o+sentimento+do+eu+e+do+meu.&hl=de&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjZ2Yf88brXAhVDzqQKHUwDAx4Q6AEIJjAA#v=onepage&q&f=false

„Se até eu e você existimos, por que é que Deus não existiria?“

—  Ramakrishna
Fonte: Site do IPPB - Instituto de Pesquisas Projeciologicas e Bioenergéticas; criado pelo espiritualista universalista Wagner Borges Certa vez, perguntaram a Paramahamsa Ramakrishna se Deus existia mesmo. Com seu jeito de menino, ele riu e disse o seguinte: "Se até eu e você existimos, por que é que Deus não existiria?, extraído do site ippb.org.br http://www.ippb.org.br/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10076:o-amor-real-ser-presenca-e-consciencia&catid=138:ultimos-textos-postados&Itemid=271"

„A doença é o preço que a alma paga por ocupar o corpo, como o aluguer que um inquilino paga pelo apartamento onde mora.“

—  Ramakrishna
Atribuídas, Não Há Instituição Superior à Minha Verdade, 2014, Anabela Fernandes Dos Santos, Chiado Editorial, ISBN 9895121113 Google Books https://books.google.de/books?id=9D4wDgAAQBAJ&pg=PT71&dq=A+doen%C3%A7a+%C3%A9+o+pre%C3%A7o+que+a+alma+paga+por+ocupar+o+corpo,+como+o+aluguer+que+um+inquilino+paga+pelo+apartamento+onde+mora.&hl=de&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjclsTc87rXAhXDDuwKHeTnBaIQ6AEIJjAA#v=onepage&q&f=false

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„He who is called Brahman by the jnanis is known as Atman by the yogis and as Bhagavan by the bhaktas.“

—  Ramakrishna
Context: He who is called Brahman by the jnanis is known as Atman by the yogis and as Bhagavan by the bhaktas. The same brahmin is called priest, when worshipping in the temple, and cook, when preparing a meal in the kitchen. The jnani, following the path of knowledge, always reason about the Reality saying, "not this, not this." Brahman is neither "this" nor "that"; It is neither the universe nor its living beings. Reasoning in this way, the mind becomes steady. Finally it disappears and the aspirant goes into samadhi. This is the Knowledge of Brahman. It is the unwavering conviction of the jnani that Brahman alone is real and the world is illusory. All these names and forms are illusory, like a dream. What Brahman is cannot be described. One cannot even say that Brahman is a Person. This is the opinion of the jnanis, the followers of Vedanta. But the bhaktas accept all the states of consciousness. They take the waking state to be real also. They don't think the world to be illusory, like a dream. They say that the universe is a manifestation of the God's power and glory. God has created all these — sky, stars, moon, sun, mountains, ocean, men, animals. They constitute His glory. He is within us, in our hearts. Again, He is outside. The most advanced devotees say that He Himself has become all this — the 24 cosmic principles, the universe, and all living beings. The devotee of God wants to eat sugar, and not become sugar. (All laugh.) Do you know how a lover of God feels? His attitude is: "O God, Thou art the Master, and I am Thy servant. Thou art the Mother, and I Thy child." Or again: "Thou art my Father and Mother. Thou art the Whole, and I am a part." He does not like to say, "I am Brahman." They yogi seeks to realize the Paramatman, the Supreme Soul. His ideal is the union of the embodied soul and the Supreme Soul. He withdraws his mind from sense objects and tries to concentrate on the Paramatman. Therefore, during the first stage of his spiritual discipline, he retires into solitude and with undivided attention practices meditation in a fixed posture. But the reality is one and the same; the difference is only in name. He who is Brahman is verily Atman, and again, He is the Bhagavan. He is Brahman to the followers of the path of knowledge, Paramatman to the yogis, and Bhagavan to the lovers of God. p. 132

„All these names and forms are illusory, like a dream. What Brahman is cannot be described.“

—  Ramakrishna
Context: He who is called Brahman by the jnanis is known as Atman by the yogis and as Bhagavan by the bhaktas. The same brahmin is called priest, when worshipping in the temple, and cook, when preparing a meal in the kitchen. The jnani, following the path of knowledge, always reason about the Reality saying, "not this, not this." Brahman is neither "this" nor "that"; It is neither the universe nor its living beings. Reasoning in this way, the mind becomes steady. Finally it disappears and the aspirant goes into samadhi. This is the Knowledge of Brahman. It is the unwavering conviction of the jnani that Brahman alone is real and the world is illusory. All these names and forms are illusory, like a dream. What Brahman is cannot be described. One cannot even say that Brahman is a Person. This is the opinion of the jnanis, the followers of Vedanta. But the bhaktas accept all the states of consciousness. They take the waking state to be real also. They don't think the world to be illusory, like a dream. They say that the universe is a manifestation of the God's power and glory. God has created all these — sky, stars, moon, sun, mountains, ocean, men, animals. They constitute His glory. He is within us, in our hearts. Again, He is outside. The most advanced devotees say that He Himself has become all this — the 24 cosmic principles, the universe, and all living beings. The devotee of God wants to eat sugar, and not become sugar. (All laugh.) Do you know how a lover of God feels? His attitude is: "O God, Thou art the Master, and I am Thy servant. Thou art the Mother, and I Thy child." Or again: "Thou art my Father and Mother. Thou art the Whole, and I am a part." He does not like to say, "I am Brahman." They yogi seeks to realize the Paramatman, the Supreme Soul. His ideal is the union of the embodied soul and the Supreme Soul. He withdraws his mind from sense objects and tries to concentrate on the Paramatman. Therefore, during the first stage of his spiritual discipline, he retires into solitude and with undivided attention practices meditation in a fixed posture. But the reality is one and the same; the difference is only in name. He who is Brahman is verily Atman, and again, He is the Bhagavan. He is Brahman to the followers of the path of knowledge, Paramatman to the yogis, and Bhagavan to the lovers of God. p. 132

„Attend to all your duties but keep your mind fixed on God.“

—  Ramakrishna
Context: Chant the name of God and sing his glories unceasingly; and keep holy company. Now and then one should visit holy men and devotees of God. If a man lives in the world and busies himself day and night with worldly duties and responsibilities, he cannot give his mind to God. So it's important to go into solitude from time to time, and think about God. When the plant is young, it should be fenced on all sides. Unless there's a fence around it, goats and cattle may eat it up. When you meditate, go into the solitude of a forest, or a quiet corner, and enter into the chamber of your heart. And always keep your power of discrimination awake. God alone is real, that is to say, eternal; everything else is unreal, because it will pass away. As you discriminate in this manner, let your mind give up its attachment to the fleeting objects of this world. … Attend to all your duties but keep your mind fixed on God. Wife, son, father, mother — live with all of them and serve them, as if they were your very own. But know in your heart of hearts that they are not your own. As quoted in Ramakrishna and His Disciples (1965) by Christopher Isherwood, p. 265

„His ideal is the union of the embodied soul and the Supreme Soul.“

—  Ramakrishna
Context: He who is called Brahman by the jnanis is known as Atman by the yogis and as Bhagavan by the bhaktas. The same brahmin is called priest, when worshipping in the temple, and cook, when preparing a meal in the kitchen. The jnani, following the path of knowledge, always reason about the Reality saying, "not this, not this." Brahman is neither "this" nor "that"; It is neither the universe nor its living beings. Reasoning in this way, the mind becomes steady. Finally it disappears and the aspirant goes into samadhi. This is the Knowledge of Brahman. It is the unwavering conviction of the jnani that Brahman alone is real and the world is illusory. All these names and forms are illusory, like a dream. What Brahman is cannot be described. One cannot even say that Brahman is a Person. This is the opinion of the jnanis, the followers of Vedanta. But the bhaktas accept all the states of consciousness. They take the waking state to be real also. They don't think the world to be illusory, like a dream. They say that the universe is a manifestation of the God's power and glory. God has created all these — sky, stars, moon, sun, mountains, ocean, men, animals. They constitute His glory. He is within us, in our hearts. Again, He is outside. The most advanced devotees say that He Himself has become all this — the 24 cosmic principles, the universe, and all living beings. The devotee of God wants to eat sugar, and not become sugar. (All laugh.) Do you know how a lover of God feels? His attitude is: "O God, Thou art the Master, and I am Thy servant. Thou art the Mother, and I Thy child." Or again: "Thou art my Father and Mother. Thou art the Whole, and I am a part." He does not like to say, "I am Brahman." They yogi seeks to realize the Paramatman, the Supreme Soul. His ideal is the union of the embodied soul and the Supreme Soul. He withdraws his mind from sense objects and tries to concentrate on the Paramatman. Therefore, during the first stage of his spiritual discipline, he retires into solitude and with undivided attention practices meditation in a fixed posture. But the reality is one and the same; the difference is only in name. He who is Brahman is verily Atman, and again, He is the Bhagavan. He is Brahman to the followers of the path of knowledge, Paramatman to the yogis, and Bhagavan to the lovers of God. p. 132

„Thou art the Whole, and I am a part.“

—  Ramakrishna
Context: He who is called Brahman by the jnanis is known as Atman by the yogis and as Bhagavan by the bhaktas. The same brahmin is called priest, when worshipping in the temple, and cook, when preparing a meal in the kitchen. The jnani, following the path of knowledge, always reason about the Reality saying, "not this, not this." Brahman is neither "this" nor "that"; It is neither the universe nor its living beings. Reasoning in this way, the mind becomes steady. Finally it disappears and the aspirant goes into samadhi. This is the Knowledge of Brahman. It is the unwavering conviction of the jnani that Brahman alone is real and the world is illusory. All these names and forms are illusory, like a dream. What Brahman is cannot be described. One cannot even say that Brahman is a Person. This is the opinion of the jnanis, the followers of Vedanta. But the bhaktas accept all the states of consciousness. They take the waking state to be real also. They don't think the world to be illusory, like a dream. They say that the universe is a manifestation of the God's power and glory. God has created all these — sky, stars, moon, sun, mountains, ocean, men, animals. They constitute His glory. He is within us, in our hearts. Again, He is outside. The most advanced devotees say that He Himself has become all this — the 24 cosmic principles, the universe, and all living beings. The devotee of God wants to eat sugar, and not become sugar. (All laugh.) Do you know how a lover of God feels? His attitude is: "O God, Thou art the Master, and I am Thy servant. Thou art the Mother, and I Thy child." Or again: "Thou art my Father and Mother. Thou art the Whole, and I am a part." He does not like to say, "I am Brahman." They yogi seeks to realize the Paramatman, the Supreme Soul. His ideal is the union of the embodied soul and the Supreme Soul. He withdraws his mind from sense objects and tries to concentrate on the Paramatman. Therefore, during the first stage of his spiritual discipline, he retires into solitude and with undivided attention practices meditation in a fixed posture. But the reality is one and the same; the difference is only in name. He who is Brahman is verily Atman, and again, He is the Bhagavan. He is Brahman to the followers of the path of knowledge, Paramatman to the yogis, and Bhagavan to the lovers of God. p. 132

„The waves belong to the water. Does the water belong to the waves?“

—  Ramakrishna
Context: It is not good for ordinary people to say, "I am He." The waves belong to the water. Does the water belong to the waves? The upshot of the whole thing is that, no matter what path you follow, yoga is impossible unless the mind becomes quiet. The mind of a yogi is under his control; he is not under the control of his mind. p. 248

„In the same manner those quarrel who have seen one aspect only of the Deity.“

—  Ramakrishna
Râmakrishna : His Life and Sayings (1898), Context: Four blind men went to see an elephant. One touched the leg of the elephant, and said, "The elephant is like a pillar." The second touched the trunk, and said, "The elephant is like a thick stick or club." The third touched the belly, and said, "The elephant is like a big jar." The fourth touched the ears, and said, "The elephant is like a winnowing basket." Thus they began to dispute amongst themselves as to the figure of the elephant. A passer-by seeing them thus quarrelling, said, "What is it that you are disputing about?" They told him everything, and asked him to arbitrate. That man said, "None of you has seen the elephant. The elephant is not like a pillar, its legs are like pillars. It is not like a big water-vessel, its belly is like a water-vessel. It is not like a winnowing basket, its ears are like winnowing baskets. It is not like a thick stick or club, but its proboscis is like that. The elephant is the combination of all these." In the same manner those quarrel who have seen one aspect only of the Deity.... Different creeds are but different paths to reach the Almighty. Saying 6; this is a variant of widely used teaching anecdotes of India involving blind men and an elephant.

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