the modern Gita
- From: "UV-gap" <semmin@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 3 Dec 2005 09:33:22 -0800
perhaps the greatest classic of non-duality is the Bhagavad Gita.
If you want to know what the Bhagavad Gita is all about then stay
away from all the experts of Advaita and go see the movie Fight
And if you stay away from the experts, who can only explain the
word "simple" by complicating it ... and if you can think for
yourself, you will realize that the Fight Club echoes the exact same
story of the Bhagavad Gita. But there is far more. The Fight Club
goes so far beyond the Gita with its message of non-duality that it
makes it obvious how much the Gita is shackled to social and
religious norms that are totally incompatible with understanding non-
duality, the one Reality, Atman.
In fact the Fight Club goes into areas of non-duality that even
today no society would let even a god like Krishna talk about.
If you don't get the message it is only because you missed the
Gita's message about "there is no doer" and thus "you have no
choice to fight."
But if you keep the subject "simple" you should realize the Fight
Club's "beyond-Gita-message." And then you can have a good laugh
at what the experts of Advaita have to say when you tell them that
the Bhagavad Gita only flirts with the real message of non-duality
that only the Fight Club makes obvious.
Death is a Universe-Vanishing explosion of Unfathomable Laughter and
that our phobias play hide and seek with all our lives.
In the East this Unfathomable BLISS is called Samadhi, its Laughter
is Kundalini that in the west decays into the Holy Spirit but only
because doctors call it every mental-disease in their books.
Death is a phobia we call education, religion, liberty and freedom
truth, democracy and justice.
Without this phobia called death
life would be just a dull spiritual wonderland.
With the phobia called death life is dynamite
because it is every imaginable excitement and addiction
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