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#3741 - Thursday, December 10, 2009 - Editor: Jerry Katz
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The Nature of This
Once the seeing happens that "I Am" is known as the Natural
Eternal Truth, then whatever appears in this space-like beingawareness
is naturally and effortlessly left as it is unmodified,
That is acceptance of what IS with no false belief in any ideas
that may be arising in spacelike awareness of an acceptor of a
It Is. That is the Eternal Seeing-Being, naturally embracing all
This is Love not the absence of hatred or the presence of love
in the relative way, but Absolute Love and only That.
Although in Truth there is no seeker, no path, no attainment, no
teacher, no realization: If there is seeking happening then this
Perhaps the habit is to identify your self as the thought "I" ... as
in I Am. Notice right now if the Presence behind the I thought
has been overlooked.
Break into the habit, being aware of That Presence as your True
Identity. This takes no time nor practice. It's just a natural seeing,
right here, right now. And that's the end of seeking; the Natural,
mystery to this. It is, simply, what you already always ARE.
Right Here Right Now You Are This. In This, There IS No End
and No Beginning.
Who's Driving the Dreambus?
Exploring life's most profound mystery
ABOUT THE FILM
Life is full of big questions: Who am I? Why am I here? Why is there suffering? Is there life after death? and - ultimately - the question we all try to find the answer to, How can I find happiness or peace of mind? But what if that search for happiness was based on a huge misconception, a misconception that has been drummed into us since birth, that we are separate individuals?
In Who's Driving the Dreambus? filmmakers Boris and Claire Jšnsch go on a personal journey through a series of interviews with eminent spiritual teachers, philosophers and writers - in a quest to unravel what it means to be alive. This radical and challenging documentary, ventures into the heart of the mystery of identity, flipping the idea of spiritual endeavour on its head, revealing a message so profound and yet so simple that it might just end the search.
Narrated by Boris Jšnsch, the film opens with extraordinary footage from his actual birth filmed by his father, and it becomes clear early on that Boris' search for answers has until now been somewhat unfulfilled. This poetic and uncompromising film comes full circle as it examines birth, death and asks the big questions. No spiritual stone is left unturned as the interviews also tackle wide-ranging topics including suffering, choice and freewill, enlightenment and meaning.
At times uncomfortably honest but equally humorous Who's driving the Dreambus? is unlike any film in it's genre to date and delivers a message with a radically non-dualistic flavour. If you have a treasured belief system, whether it's based on religion, agnosticism or indeed atheism, then this film may be a hard pill to swallow - because what this film is pointing to is the end of individuality.
You may have been searching for answers your whole life but are you ready to acknowledge that there might not be any? As Tony Parson's puts it: 'Oneness creates the idea of being a separate individual and goes around looking for something called not being a separate individual... it's a joke, it's the biggest joke in town'.
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"The film really gets to the heart of the festival - it asks questions, doesn't provide prescriptive answers. There are beautiful images and memorable moments - not least the footage of the film maker's own birth". -Dr David Butler, chair of the Insight Film Festival Selection organisation and lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Manchester Screen Centre.
Dr Amit Goswami
Driving the Dreambus?
Exploring life's most profound mystery
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