Thank you so much for you quick reply. I have come across the Nisargadatta Gita but have not read it deeply...I will give it my full attention. I did start reading Prior to Consciousness a few weeks back and it feels even more astounding than I am That...if that's even possible.
Thank you again Ed...I will let you know how it goes.
Yes, Pointers is more advanced because Jean Dunn's understanding was more advanced
Maharaj said of "I Am That," that it was grade school, while Prior to Consciousness was graduate school.
Jean was only one of 2 people Maharaj authorized to teach. Balsekar was not I might add. I think Ramesh falls in the category of my previous post, of someone whose understanding was not backed by sufficient meditation practice. I understand near the end he had become quite critical of Maharaj and Ramana both, and may have been abusive of some of his students. I don't know, I only hear rumors.