- Its continuous; any continuity need be expressed more than once.
- It indicates that the I he talks of as Self is not the I we know as ego.
- It shows that the I lives with other (perceived) I's around.
- It expresses that the nirguna I and saguna I go hand-in-hand.
- It means that the I is advaitic, even while living in dvaita.
- It voices that this I is that I.
- Its the living expression of tat tvam asi.
Ramana's "Who am I?" enquiry process is expected to end in *I, I* for everyone. Here's where my understanding led me yesterday on why its called as *I, I* against just *I*: