Darshan of Adi Da Samraj (video)
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Poster: JensenBellin Post Date: July 20, 2012
||Darshan of Adi Da.
Music is Ray Lynch, "Drifted in a Deeper Land", from his album, No Blue Thing; and Ray Lynch, "The Temple", from his album, The Sky Of Mind.
In the background is a recording of Adi Da reciting from the Lion Sutra.
Only Be, Bliss-Aware, Consciousness Itself, I Said.
Therefore I Say, Come To Rest (or Be Awake), Before "things" Happen.
Come To Rest (or Be Awake), Prior To the Motion of separation and relatedness.
Come To Rest (or Be Awake), Already Forever Arrived In My great Hermitage.
The Heart Is My Hermitage.
My Blessing-Seat Is Consciousness Itself.
Consciousness Itself Is the "True Heart-Master".
Consciousness Itself Is Da.
Consciousness Itself Is Self-Existing, Self-Radiant, Inherently Free "Love-Ananda".
I Am Heart-Master Da Love-Ananda.
Consciousness Itself Is the Way that I Teach.
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Darshan Ray Lynch Sacred Sighting
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