02.08.17

Nisargadatta and the Maharsi cloud plug my ‘commie yoga’ initiative subject to complete non-endorsement…??? the hindu legacy needs to die and be reborn in a social revolution…

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The whole game of advaita/hinduism is threatened by neo-brahminism and its hatred of buddhism (and vice versa for buddhism…) and the law of caste: a simple revolution beyond hinduism could recognize the pre-Aryan character of ‘santana dharma’ …let’s not forget that Shankara was a hindu chauvinist and this in the era of the destruction of buddhism…we need more facts here…

The Maharsi legacy started at the turn of the twentieth century (early 1900’s) and is in many ways the most senior canonical New Age legacy (Ramakhrishna is too archaic), Maharsi as an avatar of the old but a prophet of the new, but with some curious legacies, such as da free john… Maharsis accepted no disciples by the way and simply witnessed to the ‘case’.
but also Nisargadatta who can be a beacon, but for me behind a Neo-advaita veil or bluff… it is unsafe for me to adopt any indic spiritual path…

Let us recall how we have shifted ground here: from pro-buddhism agin the neo-brahmins to ‘advaitist’ in the upanishadic legacy with a critique of ‘late buddhism’.

It is useful to study the ‘eonic effect’ to see their is not real contradiction: the axial age in india collated with phases: the upanishads, a version of jainism in Mahavir at least, and early buddhist just at the outside…The ‘eonic’ boost of buddhism gave it a status that surpasses that of santana dharma but a problematic was always… we must be very careful in assessing this classic, but as we can see all these are in the same historical manifestation as the general axial age…which includes the flawed and almost primitive israelitism, which we know we have to critique from a modern perspective…

dealing with the issue of buddhism is thus not simple…buddhism had a special grace and yet it is our suspicion something went awry…we linked last week or so to a book on the dalai lama: what went wrong is partially visible in the case of tibetan buddhism…

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