Equal to Nisargadatta Maharaj in his contribution to I Am That

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Many are not aware of Maurice Frydman's enormous but silent contribution to Advaitan seekers worldwide. We should thank and bow to him no less than to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - the unparalleled perfect quality of the finished product of "I Am That" in English appears to be thanks also to his own realized state.

When you read the other translated books of Nisargadatta Maharaj, when you read the somewhat half-baked books of the other disciples of Maharaj (Balsekar, Wolinsky, Powel, and the others) you come to appreciate Frydman's advanced state in translating and communicating the text so purely and so accurately, you understand that all those other noisy direct disciples have not reached even remotely to Maurice Frydman and Maharaj, or as Maharaj himself said in response to the question 'In all the years that you have been teaching how many people have truly understood and experienced your teachings?" - "One. Maurice Frydman".