There have been different comments on whether Luo Nian-An’s learning corresponds to the study of Wang Yang-Ming. This paper will have a reflection on this issue. The “different routes” of Luo Nian-An and Wang Long-Xi are commonly seen. However, it is a natural result of “Learning for One's Own Self”. Undoubtedly, the ultimate realm of his learning is the same as those of Wang Yang-Ming and Wang Long-Xi, which is to achieve oneness with the myriad things. Besides, Luo promotes Zhou Dong-Guo’s purpose of cautions and fear and focuses on the practices of “digging out the root of desire”, which can also be considered the development and deepening of Wang Yang-Ming’s theory on “Dispelling Desire and Keeping Reason”. It has been shown that Wang Yang-Ming’s theory on getting rid of desire to keep the good fame and Luo Nian-An’s insight on conscientiousness and courageous reflection on personal mistakes share the same spirit and serve as the proof for each other. In fact, “no good, no evil” and “achieving oneness with the myriad things” of Wang Yang-Ming and Wang Long-Xi have carried the hidden meaning of openness, tolerance, and respect for different opinions, demanding people to learn from each other sincerely and treat everything with modesty. Whether acquired in epiphany or gradual learning, they are all sage learning without any difference.