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American Mystic: Memoirs of a Happy Man
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In the tradition of great spiritual memoirs, such as "Autobiography of a Yogi" by Paramahansa Yogananda or "Meetings with Remarkable Men" by Gurdjieff, Ramana's life brings us into a process of spiritual Self Inquiry. Being a Westerner, an ambitious American pursuing the American Dream, his story is universal and there are many clues and insights of great value strewn throughout this account of his life and awakening.
Beginning his life in the abject poverty of the 1930s Great Depression and spanning the 20th century into th new millennium, it is a colorful story of determination to survive. But, it is the spiritual search that dominates the story of this extraordinary American - from his study to be a minister at Unity Church, exploration of the New Thought movement, encounters with such influential teachers as Napoleon Hill and Neville Goddard, to a final awakening when he experienced the mysterious presence of the great Indian mystic, Ramana Maharshi, in a bookstore in Phoenix, Texas. The late Ramana (born Dee Wayne Trammell, 1929 to 2010), became a brilliant teacher of Ramana Maharshi's direct path to enlightenment, founding spiritual centers in North Carolina and in Tiruvannamalai, south India. American Mystic: Memoirs of a Happy Man with many gems for anyone truly asking the question: "Who am I?"