Rudra Nua is a controversial figure in the field of the poetry of self-realisation. Many see him as 'the root of all vegetables' while others recognise him as the one they might see in the shaving mirror or sitting opposite them at the dinner table.
Cool blog, I like it. Pictures and just enough verbiage. I'm an ex-ex-premie if you like labels...
'we are the ones we have been waiting for'????very nice statement dude, i havent a clue what you are talking about. Ive been ng for god...so have a few hundred thousands before me..and we all live the same shitty life, chasing money and skirts, raising kids and dying...like dogs. Then we come back again..and start all over...Now tell me agian...we are the ones we have been waiting for? Man..you have been brainwashed by that krishnamurthy dude...i sincerely doubt the dude was realised..and even if he was..reading his nonsense hasnt made anyone realised so far. Now there are two of the krishnamurthy dudes...ive read up both of them..one was best friends with an indian producer called mahesh bhatt..a drunkard of the worst kind..a filthy character..ugh...whats the statement 'birds of a feather flock together'??
Hi Gerry the terrible one, Thanx for your kind comments. An ex-premie ji no less. enjoy the ride and no worries.
Hi Anonymous,Rudra knows what you are talking about OK.....chasing love, money, and god for millenia. It certainly appears shitty. As long as there is a person there is suffering (and enjoyment at times too). As long as there is a person that is.I haven't a clue whether the Krishnamurti boyos were 'realised' or not but they made some pithy observations whilst warning evryone who would listen not to believe them and find out for themselves.Rudra maintains that we can only find out for ourselves. All scriptures, prescriptions and paths need to be jettisoned; they are only yesterdays newspapers, fun to leaf through at times but the only news worth its salt is now. Rudra found Mahesh Bhatt a bit of a loud mouth to put it mildly but who is to judge?The answer is not in the mind it is in the heart.
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