Awaken to the Eternal – Nisargadatta Maharaj: A Journey of Self-Discovery

by Concierge

Nisargadatta Maharaj’s life was a wonderful example of a modern-day sage, one who lived the simple life of a shopkeeper and family man yet taught from the highest perspective of nondual realization. Maharaj’s books and teachings are popular among Western seekers because of their great clarity and direct approach to spiritual awakening.

Awaken to the Eternal contains comprehensive film footage footage of Nisargadatta Maharaj. The essence of his teachings is clearly presented, and several people discuss the significant impact of his presence and teachings in their lives. Included are interviews with Jack Kornfield, Jean Dunn, Stephen Wolinsky, and Robert Powell.

Take a privileged seat in Nisargadatta’s room in Bombay and join him in the midst of spirited conversation. Maharaj always spoke from direct spiritual experience, hammering away at the concepts that keep us from understanding what Truth and Freedom really are.


Director: Bertram W. Salzman
Editor: Matthew Greenblatt
Time: 59 Min.
Item #: 978-1-878019-28-8
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Reviews

“”A sensitive and inspiring portrait of one of the great minds of this or any other century.””
—Lawrence Shainberg, author of Ambivalent Zen: One Man’s Adventures on the Dharma Path

“”Whether or not you’re familiar with Nisargadatta, you’ll want to have a look at this video: It’s a good introduction to his teaching, and a fine portrayal that fleshes out this common man who had a most uncommon insight.”” —Yoga Journal

“”Awaken to the Eternal is a marvelous look at a true advaita master. This video fully reflects the wisdom and wonder of Nisargadatta Maharaj.””
—Wes “”Scoop”” Nisker, editor of Inquiring Mind and author of The Essential Crazy Wisdom

“”Being with Nisargadatta Maharaj gave me one of the deepest experiences that I have ever had with a human being who was truly free.””
—Jack Kornfield (from the video), author of


Excerpt

“”What you are, you already are. By knowing what you are not, you are free of it and remain in your own natural state. It all happens quite spontaneously and effortlessly.””
—Nisargadatta Maharaj