Review of the brand new “Consciousness is All” DVD
February 25, 2010 at 9:04 pm | Posted in Links, Media, Products, Reviews, Uncategorized | 2 Comments
“Consciousness is All” starts where leading 20th-century Mystic Joel Goldsmith and numerous other teachings leave off, making clearer then ever before the absurdity of an assumptive “belief in separation” or a supposed “fall from grace.”
Just as the book speaks singularly, uncompromisingly and purely about Reality, from Self, as Self, this two-part DVD is a lucid and beautiful complement to the masterpiece itself.
Peter Francis Dziuban’s majestic, enlightened Presence shines through the entire DVD, and sitting with dear seasoned, expert interviewer Chris Hebard makes for a pleasant, warm and open dialogue that clearly takes place within the One Being entirely.
Not to give too much away, but one gem stood especially out: the “screen analogy” that surely has been discussed in about every teaching from numerous angles.
As usual, dear Peter gives us a fresh and unique pointer from the “view” of Pure Consciousness, liking seekers on progressive paths to the movie characters wanting to “work their way up” to be more “screen-like’” when, of course, only Screen’s Omnipresence, Omnipotence and Omniscience is already established fact right here and now always.
It doesn’t get more direct than this, and dissolves any futile attempts to misidentify, continue playing prodigal or deny the unconditioned, undimensional Allness of Pure Being, completely precluding suggestions stemming from the five senses, projected ignorance that cannot exist of itself but borrows its supposed presence only ever from what is prior, immanent All-ness of the everfresh NOW.
There is no ‘leaving out’ of anything as starting with spacious Essence’s Allness as the effortlessly, grace-given premise, the “Finished Kingdom”, One experiences the same One Self shining as All, and this utter, loving embrace, contemplated deeply, leaves only Pure Silence, vibrantly fresh and alive.
The only tiny criticism would be the editing–it seems some important, clarity invoking points Peter Dziuban makes in all his beautiful video interviews, were maybe left out and could have added even more to the beautiful atmosphere of this rare, luminous DVD? But then again, only a guess stemming from a deep familiarity with Peter Dziuban’s entire work.
In any case, 5 ***** and thanks for this beautiful sharing that is certain to become a classic, relatively speaking!
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