🙏❤If you are interested in the thought of Ramana Maharshi you can follow me on my profile facebook : Alessandro Longi ❤ The subject of photography is The Sacred Mountain Arunachala, in the North of Tamil Nadu. 🙏Ramana Maharshi revealed that "Arunachala is the Guru in the form of a mountain. Know that Arunachala is the heart of the world. It's really the same Siva! Although Ramana Maharshi has left his human form, he will always be here shining in the form of Arunachala, giving guidance and comfort to his devotees."
❤ "Silence is unparalleled eloquence, the state of grace that comes from the interior" ❤ "The primordial substance whose essence is silence that is me" ❤ "Your duty is to be: and not to be this or that . " Ramana Maharshi ❤🙏💙🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
💙 Se sei interessato al pensiero di Ramana Maharshi puoi seguirmi sul mio profilo facebook : Alessandro Longi 💙🙏 Il soggetto delIa fotografia è la Sacra Montagna Arunachala, nel Nord del Tamil Nadu. 🙏
Ramana Maharshi rivelò che "Arunachala è il Guru nella forma di una montagna. Sappiate che Arunachala è il cuore del mondo. E’ veramente lo stesso Siva! Sebbene Ramana Maharshi ha lasciato la sua forma umana, egli rimarrà sempre qui risplendente nella forma di Arunachala, dando guida e conforto ai suoi devoti."
🙏 "Il silenzio è ľ impareggiabile eloquenza, lo stato di grazia che sorge dalľ interno" 💙 " La sostanza primordiale la cui essenza è il silenzio quello sono io " 💙 "Il tuo dovere è quello di essere : e non di essere questo o quello." 💙Ramana Maharshi
Places I fall in love with.
It was summer of 2013 when I decided to hit the road again. Yes the Himalayas on the way to the Gangotri. I still have vivid memories of those time, it was just a week after quiting my job I gave myself a much deserve treat. That was a major break in my life I was so #happy with the decision I took at that point of time after working my ass off day in n day out for an insane 3 years because life was becoming a monotonous play of "What The f@ck". One of the best feeling I had without a doubt. N so I headed to Dehradun hoping to have some fun n once I reach then came the twist in the #story to go for a trip to Rishikesh to celebrate the freedom.
Well Rishikesh I din't know how good a place this could be bcoz I only had a vague knowledge that it was a holy place where pilgrims in thousands come to take a dip in the Ganga. I did take a dip but not at this place with the crowd, instead we drove up along the hill for another 40 kms leaving behind the LakshmanJhula bridge. Half of the population of India was there. Haha. Kidding.
That is when I felt the real treat, farther we take the road, less n lesser the people and closer towards the wilderness. By the time we reached our camp at the river bank it was already dark, no hint of electricity no hanging bulbs all we had was the torch light and the lamp the camp owner provides. I rested that night on the bed of the Ganga River... that was one hell of night, I truly felt like I met Peace as if Peace was a living soul. I fall asleep sleeping on the white sand listening to the sound of Ganga.
N the next morning I woke up to this ABODE of everything I wished for. I still long for that morning. That rose pink light of dawn. I left a piece of my heart then and there. Best old memories. 💚
Well cutting it short, spent 2 n half days. Did River Rafting : Scariest thing ever done in my life. The water was shit cold n rapids were worst. A bit of trekking in the woods. N hitchhiking too. Damn we had no idea how far n high we had climbed up because it was all dark the previous night. On our way back we had to walk for mile(s) until a truck driver showed us some mercy.