JEAN DUNN NISARGADATTA PDF

By Jean Dunn The teachings of Nisargadatta Maharaj have been published in several books using the original question-and-answer format in which the teachings were given. Many people from the West have come to follow his precepts through their reading of these collections. Now, another in the golden link of guideposts is presented here as Consciousness and the Absolute. In this book you will find the last teachings of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, the final dialogues he had with the people who had come from all over the world to hear his words.

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Only copies were printed and Jean gave me one of these original copies, though this book can now be readily found on the Internet as well as on this site. Jean Dunn was a chain smoker as was Maharaj and suffered from emphasema as a result. She used to have a friend in Los Angeles, and when in town, she would call and we would meet.

She would mostly talk about problems she was having, which was disconcerting as I wanted to talk about mine. However, she did tell me many stories about Maharaj and the games he played with her. Her world revolved around him as befits a true Bhakta. She was told by her doctors that she should never fly again. My favorite, and the one I think most powerful, is Prior to Consciousness. Jean was always extremely supportive and worked hard to lessen my self-doubt, which was difficult, as Robert was working equally hard to increase it.

He was born in Bombay in , and was brought up on a farm in Kandalgaon, a village south of Bombay. He had an alert, inquisitive mind, and was deeply interested in religious and philosophical matters. After the death of his father, he moved to Bombay in , and in married Sumatibai, who bore him a son and three daughters. Although he started life in Bombay as an office clerk, he soon went out on his own and started a small business, and in a few years he owned several small shops. After the death of his Guru in , the urge for Self-realization reached its zenith, and in he abandoned his family and businesses and took to the life of a wandering monk.

On his way to the Himalayas, where he intended to spend the rest of his life, he met a brother disciple who convinced him that a life of dispassion in action would be more spiritually fruitful. Returning to Bombay, he found only one small shop remaining of his business ventures. For the sake of his family he conducted the business but devoted all his energy to spiritual sadhana. He built himself a mezzanine floor as a place for meditation this is the room where we all used to gather to listen to him talk.

Find out what you are. Watch the sense I AM, find your real Self All my spare time I would spend looking at myself in silence It took me only three years to realize my true nature. Stop imagining yourself to be something else. Jean Dunn.

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Only copies were printed and Jean gave me one of these original copies, though this book can now be readily found on the Internet as well as on this site. Jean Dunn was a chain smoker as was Maharaj and suffered from emphasema as a result. She used to have a friend in Los Angeles, and when in town, she would call and we would meet. She would mostly talk about problems she was having, which was disconcerting as I wanted to talk about mine. However, she did tell me many stories about Maharaj and the games he played with her.

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Edited by Jean Dunn Note from www. Both versions of the book are on this website. The original is here. Jean made this adaptation because she thought it was easier to understand, but you may like the original better. Foreword by Jean Dunn I first purchased this little book in Bombay in , and while it was difficult to read, it was so very dear that I decided to edit it, making it easier to understand.

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