Adi Da Reads the Concluding Verses of the Lion Sutra (video)
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Poster: delphiyes Post Date: July 11, 2012
||Adi Da Samraj recites the final section of His Lion Sutra (which is now published in Part 15 of The Aletheon). He calls on the reader to transcend the "disease of separation and seeking" that is the egoic self, and to "Swoon in Consciousness Itself."
This book is the most concise presentation of Adi Da's "Radical" Argument: "Seeking and attaining are a Total loss, and loss itself is the Only discovery of gain" and a direct and uncompromising invitation to self-transcendence and Divine Self-Realization.
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Event Date: May 18, 1986
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