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Videos on the Teachings of Sri Ramana

  1. Introduction
  2. Playlists
  3. Subscribe to Sri Ramana Teachings channel
  4. Audio copies


All the available videos of Michael James discussing the teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi can be viewed on his YouTube channel:

Sri Ramana Teachings


There are currently more than two hundred and fifty videos on this channel, organised into the following eighteen playlists:

  1. Sri Ramana Teachings: all videos (in reverse chronological order)
  2. ஸ்ரீ அருணாசல பதிகம் (Śrī Aruṇācala Padigam), Eleven Verses to Arunachala
  3. ஸ்ரீ அருணாசல அஷ்டகம் (Śrī Aruṇācala Aṣṭakam): Eight Verses to Arunchala
  4. ஸ்ரீ அருணாசல பஞ்சரத்னம் (Śrī Aruṇācala Pañcaratnam): The Five Gems to Arunachala
  5. நானார்? (Nāṉ Ār?), Who am I?: discussions
  6. உள்ளது நாற்பது (Uḷḷadu Nāṟpadu), Forty Verses on What Is: discussions
  7. உபதேச வுந்தியார் (Upadēśa Undiyār), The Essence of Spiritual Teachings
  8. ஆன்ம வித்தை (Āṉma-Viddai): The Song on the Science of Self
  9. ஏகான்ம பஞ்சகம் (Ēkāṉma Pañcakam): Five Verses on Oneself, the One
  10. The note that Bhagavan wrote for his mother in December 1898
  11. The five sheaths and three states
  12. Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK: general discussions
  13. Sri Ramana Center, Houston: general discussions
  14. Discussions with Yo Soy Tu Mismo
  15. Discussions with San Diego Ramana Satsang
  16. Discussions in Helsinki
  17. Miscellaneous discussions
  18. Interviews on other channels

Subscribe to Sri Ramana Teachings channel

Several new videos are uploaded to this channel each month, so if you would like to be notified by YouTube whenever any new video is added to this channel, you can subscribe to it either by clicking on Subscribe to Sri Ramana Teachings or by visiting Sri Ramana Teachings and clicking on the red ‘Subscribe’ button that you will see in the upper right-hand corner just under the banner showing Arunachala hill.

Audio copies

Audio copies of all these videos are available on MediaFire in a folder called Discussions with Michael James, where they can be downloaded as MP3 files.