The First Stage of Life: Part 1 (video)
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|This is part 1 of the 3-part series, The First Stage of Life:|
part 1 | part 2 | part 3
Total length: 33:19
(Parts all share the same title)
||Beezone editor and teacher Ed Reither interviews devotee and teacher Frank Marrero about the first stage of life (conception to 7 years of age), as taught by Adi Da Samraj.
They discuss the first stage of life misadaptation to constantly be seeking pleasure and the admonition of Adi Da Samraj to discipline the body, transcending patterns and thus allowing the body to live in the pleasure dome of natural life force energy without abberation.
More information on the disciplines as recommended by Adi Da Samraj can be found here.
See also the book, The First Three Stages Of Life.
This video is part of a more comprehensive video webinar on the seven stages of life. An introduction and index to all the videos in the webinar can be found here.
Right life and disciplines. For more about disciplines and right life, read Disciplines in the Way of Adidam and The Necessary Artfulness in Taking Up Disciplines in the Way of Adidam.
Stages of life. For more on Adi Da's "seven stages of life" framework, read this article, or read Adi Da's book, The Seven Stages of Life. For further insights, you can also watch an unofficial video seminar on the seven stages of life.
Poster: TheBeezone Post Date: January 30, 2011
Length: 14:34 Views: 1288 Views This Month: 46 Views This Week: 5
Event Speakers: Ed Reither, Frank Marrero
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