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For items purchases from Sounds True, which manufactured by other companies, we indicate the warranty period in the product description.Please note: Refund requests over 120 days from the purchase date will receive a check as funds cannot be returned to the credit card due to fraud protection policies.But this went into further levels of understanding. And also watch some earlier videos from the series first.I was surprised that is a relatively small file that I think took less than 30 minutes to download - and yet the picture quality is pretty good even though it's 1 h4 45 minutes-ish.Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (Mahârâj, 1897-1981)—Life & Teachings of Bombay's Fiery Sage of Liberating Wisdom © Copyright 1981/2007, by Timothy Conway, Ph. Such a figure was Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, a sage of the highest order, a tremendously gifted teacher who spoke directly from Absolute “pure Awareness, unborn Reality,” and thus from real spiritual authority. 8, 2007) [Explore the links here and repeated near the bottom of this long webpage for my recollections of being with Sri Nisargadatta, and my long article on several facets of Maharaj's wisdom useful for helping professionals, as well as various collections of teachings and photos of the Maharaj.] Every great once in a while, Absolute Awareness manifests within Its fascinating dream-play a powerful dream-figure to talk about the nature of the dream and to indicate the transcendent Absolute.The narrator summarises SN Maharaj's teachings pictures, sitar music and spaciousness of the film help the messages get through.
These teachings convey Maharaj's basic premise: "All you can teach is understanding.
For me it was the rare footage of Nisargadatta answering questions in his tiny apartment, with kids shouting in the streets outside and hammering going on in the garage below, that makes this DVD priceless.
And Wolinsky's descriptions of his encounters with the Maharaj were much more interesting than his spiritual intreptations of scientific theories.
He takes statements from Nisargadatta and explains how they fit in with his ideas of various scientific concepts.
Wolinsky offers some practical meditation instructions which are quite good.