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This edition is printed in India, for sale in India only, and is same as the USA edition in all respects.
One Self is a compilation of satsangs with Nome. The satsangs are focused on Self-Knowledge. In satsangs, doubts are resolved, questions are answered, the Truth is revealed, and the way to realize is shown.
The satsangs are from May 4, 2003 to January 29, 2012. The satsangs have a discourse on the nature of the One Self and instruction on how to practice Sri Ramana’s Self-Inquiry. Each discourse is followed by questions raised by devotees regarding their own practices and Nome’s response.
Reading the book slowly while verifying what is written within will cause the removal of the misidentification with the body, mind, an ego entity or individual, and reveal the egoless real state, or real Self, the One without a second.
Prabuddha Bharata Review: "This reviewer is moved by the simplicity of Nome's style throughout the book... Nome is a follower of Ramana Maharshi and this book is a fitting tribute to that saint of Arunachala."
East and West Series Review: "..enlightening.."
Nome, a sage who practiced self-inquiry for steady abidance in Self-Realization, is a spiritual teacher at Society of Abidance in Truth, known by the acronym SAT, which established and maintains a temple for Nondual Self-Knowledge in California. Nome teaches Advaita Vedanta, especially as is contained in the teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. These teachings are those found in traditional Advaita Vedanta as expounded by Adi Sankaracharya, Ribhu, and the Upanishads. Nome is a teacher of this spiritual knowledge, an author of the same, and a translator of Vedanta texts.