Adi Da describes how one's destiny has everything to do with where one places one's attention, and that our attention is currently fixated on material existence. Adi Da elaborates on the mechanics of attention and the great alternative of transcending attention altogether and Awakening to the Divine Reality.
Adi Da Samraj sits silently with devotees, on a windy day in front of the brass gates to the inner courtyard of Aham Da Asmi Sthan, at Adi Da Samrajashram in Fiji. He ends the occasion by Blessing prasad which will then be distributed to the devotees present.
A child recites Adi Da's teaching for children about the Mystery beyond knowledge and death, expanding their awareness beyond the materialistic. Adi Da invites young people to enter into a relationship with Him even at their young age.
Two occasions of Adi Da's Darshan. The first occasion is from the late 1980's. The second occasion (at 4:25) is Adi Da's final Darshan on November 26, 2008.
The soundtrack is Adi Da speaking about the ultimate delight of His Bodiless and Mindless Realization of State and Person. This excerpt is from a talk that was published as the Epilogue ("My Sphere of Love-Bliss") of the book, Ishta.
In a sobering discourse, Adi Da speaks of the condition after death in which mind determines one's circumstance, without the limitations of the body, brain and unconsciousness. He addresses the fact that where one's attention is fixed during life affects attention and destiny after life. He recommends that devotees direct their attention to sadhana so that the purification process gives one wisdom that frees one from karmic limitations.
This talk is published as "After Death, Mind Makes You", in the book, Easy Death.
In this discourse from May 31, 1980 at The Mountain Of Attention, a student of Avatar Adi Da asks Him for suggestions to help her dying mother. Adi Da then responds both with compassion and also with very practical advice on how to serve the dying.
Interview with gallerist Pien Rademakers, who displayed works from Adi Da's Quandra Loka Suite in her Galerie Pien Rademakers in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and also exhibited them at the 2012 Pan Amsterdam Art Fair.
Pien talks about the significance of Adi Da's Image-Art, and the importance of spreading the word and having increasingly more people experience it.
Adi Da Samraj recites some of the core practices of the Transcendental Spiritual Way of Adidam from "The Teaching Manual of Perfect Summaries". This recitation took place at Adi Da Samrajashram on the Fijian island of Naitauba, as part of Adi Da's recitation of the complete Text of The Happenine Book, in a series of occasions starting on April 22, 2006 and ending on May 10, 2006.
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