Ramesh Balsekar

In this amazing 4 minute video, Ramesh Balsekar tries to describe in one word what Advaita is all about. He explains that the ultimate understanding of Advaita is “Acceptance” and how this applies in our day to day lives. Let’s take a quick listen…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

Very often people lose the essence of the Advaita teachings through an ‘over-analysis’ of what is said or heard. In this very enlightening video from Gautam he explains why this is so and what we can do to remain within the “true meaning” behind the teachings. Let’s listen…

Gautam Sachdeva is a disciple of Ramesh Balsekar. Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this revealing super short two and a half minute video, Ramesh Balsekar shares the Advaita way of looking at birth, rebirth and the ego. Let’s listen very carefully to the words of this wise man…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this super short two and a half minute video clip, Ramesh Balsekar answers the question, “Where do thoughts arise from? Does my brain or mind create them?” Let’s listen to his reply…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this enlightened 5 minute video, Ramesh Balsekar helps us understand what spiritual seekers are truly seeking, and in order to do that, one must must find out who the seeker is. Let’s listen in on this rare footage from Ramesh…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this 6 minute video, Gautam Sachdeva takes the seeker through one of the core concepts of Advaita’s sage Ramesh Balsekar, as outlined in his first book ‘Pointers from Ramesh Balsekar’. Gautam first visited Ramesh in February 2000 and, over a period of nine years, also worked closely with him in the process of publishing some of Ramesh’s books.

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this great little 4 minute video, Ramesh Balsekar explains that many people are looking for Enlightenment to bring endless bliss, but in actuality it only means the end of suffering. Let’s listen to his words very carefully.

You may want to turn on “CC” (Subtitles) if you don’t understand some of his words.

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this awesome eight minute video, Ramesh Balsekar explains how free will works and how it affects our sense of responsibility. He also explains how knowing that we are not the doer doesn’t give us license to do anything we want without consequences. Let’s listen…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this six minute video, Ramesh Balsekar tells about his Understanding of the scientist’s Big Bang theory and the emergence of this manifestation. He says that Consciousness is all there is. Life is a movie in which Consciousness is playing every character in the movie, the movie is scripted, produced and directed by Consciousness and Consciousness is witnessing the movie… and it is already in the can! Let’s listen carefully…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

Most people believe that Enlightenment or Awakening means the end of the ego. In this very short four minute video, Ramesh Balsekar explains that in actuality the ego remains after Awakening and for the entire duration of the body. Let’s listen carefully…

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

This beautifully produced 80 minute DOCUMENTARY of the life and times of Sri Ramana Maharshi is called, “Jnani: The Silent Sage of Arunachala” and produced by CINEFX PRODUCTIONS. This film is highly recommended for anyone interested in Ramana as well as any direct students of Ramana such as Papaji, (Mooji from Papaji), or others interested in Advaita Vedanta.

In this six minute video, Ramesh takes on the two most popular questions of the spiritual seeker… “What is Enlightenment?” and “How will Enlightenment change my life?”

Ramesh Balsekar is a direct desciple of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.  He also became one of Maharaj’s favorite live translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.

In this great little interview of Ramesh Balsekar by Stephen Wolinsky, they discuss the relationship between Ramesh and Nisargadatta Maharaj and what he believes was the central message of his teachings.

Ramesh Balsekar and Stephen Wolinsky are both disciples of the late Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.  Balsekar also became one of Maharaj’s favorite translators and did so for several years until Maharaj’s death and went on to write several books containing Maharaj’s teachings and discourses.