Ramana Maharishi was always in Sahaja Samadhi (the highest of the three types of Samadhis and the most natural of them all) after his death-like experience.
Here are some responses he gave elaborating on Sahaja Samadhi...
What is samadhi?
wakeful state is samadhi. Samadhi is continuous inherence in the Self
in a waking state. Nidra or sleep is also ...
The Story of Creation
From Aitareya Upanishad
हरिः ॐ॥ आत्मा वा इदमेक एवाग्र आसीन्नान्यत्किञ्चन मिषत्।
स ईक्षत लोकान्नु सृजा इति ॥
hariḥ om|| ātmā vā idameka evāgra āsīnnānyatkiñcana miṣat | sa īkṣata lokānnu sṛjā iti ||
In the beginning the Spirit was One and all this (universe) was the Spirit; there was nought else that saw. ...
The problem with this question is - it needs a Guru to address it in person because this group expects literary references, which don't always provide the full context. Nevertheless, I'll stake my neck out and give an authentic answer.
Imagine a serene calm pond. When a pebble is dropped, concentric ripples begin to emerge and race to the shore - from a tiny ...
I will keep borrowing heavily from Sri Ramana Maharishi for answering this question because otherwise the simplicity is lost with verbiage. I will also use some examples that helped me in my Self-Inquiry. And for the rest of the answer where I use the word "you" / "your" it points to any "individual" and nothing makes it more ...
Problems like Corona are natural phenomenon and there is no need to bring in Saints to solve it. Everyone faces their own individual Karma. Scriptures say that the world is a very dangerous place to live in and so advice moksha. Saints understand and share pain of others and try to uplift them from Avidya by bestowing Jnana which gives strength to face all ...
Maybe it will be a partial Answer, Brahma Gaayn, Atma Gaayn and Moksha are three distict things. Both Gaayn are neccessary or occur as one transits towards Moksha. (Also see Which Āstika schools mention the different types of Muktis? and What is "Moksha" in Hinduism?)
From the Gaayn-Sankuli Tantra:
ॐकारादक्षरात् सर्वात्वेता विद्याश्चर्तुदश ।
Brahmajnana is the same as atmajnana according to Advaita Vedanta and leads to moksha.
The Vedanta system of philosophy posits Brahman as the origin of the
entire universe including the inanimate nature and the living beings.
The universe evolves out of it, it is sustained in it and involves
back to it. Its essential nature is 'sat-cit-ananda',