Far Far beyond the Gita

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A movie that reveals the flaws in the Gita's message of Self-realization.

the MOVIE: “Perfume: The Story of a Murderer”
is a story of Nonduality (the ONE that thoughts make NONE) -- a story of "Self-realization"/Enlightenment --
“The Story of a Murderer” goes far far beyond the Bhagavad Gita... so far beyond that it reveals how the Indus River Sages of old, who gave us the Bhagavad Gita, polluted its message by using all sorts of dualities to hide if not kill its Self-realizing, nonduality/Advaita, message.

take out religion's self-serving dualities, like good and evil, out of the Bhagavad Gita,
and then add some senseless-violence to get the message across
and you have a story that goes far beyond the Gita, the movie: “Fight Club.”

Take the senseless-violence out of the Fight Club
and you have a story that goes far beyond the Fight Club
and far-far beyond the Bhagavad Gita.

“Perfume: The Story of a Murderer”

in this movie Jean-Baptiste is born to signify the personification of a NOBODY .. against ALL odds he refuses to die, which ends up “killing” his mother … and everyone else that “profits” from him ...
so he can end up killing not for worldly values/vices, like money, lust or sex,
but to get the smell/essence of "feminine-beauty" … to beget the ultimate-perfume … (read: ultimate meaning: Self-realization)
a Perfume that gives this NOBODY the COMPLETE power over EVERYONE (read: Krishna, god)

– this Perfume turns a serial killer into an god-intoxicating Angel of god, if not a Savior, (think: Krishna, Jesus, Buddha )
… so this NOBODY – who doesn't even have a scent/smell – can Realize (Self-realize) that this power over everyone is worthless … so he literally gives him-SELF to intoxicate others.
(think of the ONE that thoughts make NONE: SELF)

“Perfume: The Story of a Murderer” is a story of Nonduality that would make the Sages that gave us the Bhagavad Gita … laugh at their insignificant Gita.

– O'no


Funny it is

Chemistry is put for churning to give birth to bacteria who may as murderer kill other bacteria.

NIDHI PARKASH | Sat, 06/12/2010 - 19:25