The Sunshine Makers (video)
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Poster: Tuber77 Post Date: May 8, 2010
||Classic animation from the 1930's. This was one of Adi Da's favorite cartoons, because of its depiction of Light and Happiness dissolving and outshining the force of egoity.
"Everyone transmits. All of you are transmitters. You reinforce these limitations in one another and you transmit them to one another. Each one of you emits invisible forces that are locked up in limited messages that reinforce the same limitations in others . . . Realizers of one or another degree of Spiritual development likewise by nature spontaneously Transmit what they are. . . . Since everything and everyone transmits states of existence, since life, or existence itself, is participation in transmissions of all kinds, the best thing you can do is to associate with the greatest possible Transmission above all. . . . That is the great rule, the Great Law, the Ultimate principle of the Great Tradition."
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