Fight Club = Bhagavad Gita
Is it a cosmic coincidence that the Fight Club is the exact same story of the Bhagavad Gita?
Not only is it the exact same story of non-duality, but the Fight Club goes way beyond the Gita’s polluted and diluted message of non-duality.
The Gita’s message of non-duality -- "Krishna is a hallucination of Arjuna" -- is polluted with gods, religions, morals, ethics, duty, rote and rituals. The exact same message in the Fight Club is pristine and pure because there are no morals or values to pollute and dilute it.
Both also have another same message: "there is no choice but to fight."
So far I have yet to find anyone who realizes that the two stories are obviously and exactly the same.
So far I only upset the gurus of scriptures when I compare the Fight Club to the Bhagavad Gita. And when I tell them that the Bhagavad Gita only scratches the surface of the Fight Club’s message these same gurus can only go ballistics.
Does anyone here know what I’m talking about? The book/movie Fight Club makes probably the greatest piece of literature ever written, the Bhagavad Gita, relatively insignificant by comparison.
And this explains the cult following of both the Gita and the Fight Club.
Most readers of the Gita are addicted to it because of its message of non-duality, pure-spirituality, even though few understand how Krishna can be the hallucination of Arjuna.
The cult following of the Fight Club is the same addiction to the same message of non-duality, pure-spirituality of the 5000 year old Advaita.