Adi Da: "It's amazing how controlled people are, in their whole pattern of feeling and living, by patterns that have affected their emotional-sexual impulses, activities, thoughts, concerns. The process of people's experience of life is so arbitrary in many respects. . . . It's just a shuffle of shapes!"
Transcendental TV poster: madjym length: 01:54 date added: June 5, 2010 event date: August 2009 views: 860; views this month: 9; views this week: 1
Separative vs. transcendental existence. Performed for the 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Featuring the Irish Company, Fidget Feet, with Jym Daly, Chantal McCormick, Jenny, Lee, Steve, and the voice and wisdom of Adi Da Samraj.
This is the selection, "Descending Grace", from the CD, "True Water" recorded by John Wubbenhorst (flutes,vocals and keyboards) and Ken Anoff (percussion). This recording, inspired by the wisdom of Adi Da, is a unique collection from these world travelers, available at www.facingeast.com.
Saturday July 17th, 2010 7-9:30 pm St. John's Presbyterian Church 2727 College Avenue Berkeley, California
Featuring the Facing East group, with John Wubbenhorst (bansuri), Steve Zerlin (bass), Rishabh Dhar (packhawaj), Kit Walker (keyboards), and Samrat Kakkeri (tabla). Also music from Adi Da's daughter, Tamarind Free Jones (vocal), and a performance by Peter van Gelder (sitar) and Tim Witter (tabla).
poster: FacingEast108 length: 07:31 date added: May 21, 2010 views: 1891; views this month: 33; views this week: 12
From the CD, Facing Beloved, with John Wubbenhorst (bansuri), Subash Chandran (ghatam) and Ganesh Kumar (kanjira). This piece is based on a melody from J.S. Bach (siciliano) with elements of Raga Kirwani.
Kalimba Chant poster: FacingEast108 length: 09:58 date added: May 20, 2010 event date: July 2008 views: 1426; views this month: 16; views this week: 4
This is an improvisation that took place in July 2008 on the island of Naitauba, Fiji. On this occasion, we were playing while Adi Da Samraj was working on His Divine Image-Art. It was truly a blissful and ecstatic time.
Satsang poster: enderxen length: 10:55 date added: May 20, 2010 views: 897; views this month: 9; views this week: 2
A dance that creatively develops the meaning of "Satsang". Choregraphed and danced by devotees Tom Evert and Susana Weingarten, and dedicated to Adi Da. Costume Design by Janet Bolick. Set Design by Molly Watson. Music by Phillip Glass and Ravi Shankar. Voiceover by Adi Da.
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