"Light, if is goes in search of darkness will find its absence."
Ramesh is truly a rare light. Rather than dispelling darkness he helps us awaken to understanding that darkness is merely an illusion...a mirage. With astonishing clarity he lifts us out of the morass that is our conditioned thinking and points us to the Truth that is masked by our ego.
Through 24 dialogues between the Jnani (Enlightened Master) and a disciple, we are allowed vivid insights into the nature of God, alienation, Love, Joy and BEING.
This is a book for the serious spiritual seeker. it point to the most basic of all facts:
We are not what we think we are...
we are much, much more.
The late Advaita sage, Ramesh S. Balsekar was a disciple of Nisargadatta Maharaj, himself a renowned Advaita master. Balsekar was drawn to Advaita as a boy, and particularly enjoyed reading the teachings of Ramana Maharshi and Wei Wu Wei as an adult. After his retirement from banking, Ramesh discovered Nisargadatta Maharaj, who became his guru. Ramesh wrote nearly 50 books on Advaita, and starting in 1982, met spiritual seekers daily at his home in Mumbai. He died September 27, 2009.