Adidam Is the Seventh Stage Way (video)
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||An excerpt from Avatar Adi Da's remarkable Discourse of September 23, 2004, in which He describes, in technical detail, the distinctive qualities of His Reality-Revelation in the context of the Ashtavakra Gita and the Great Tradition altogether.
In this part (Part Five), Adi Da clarifies why the seventh stage of life is unique, and describes the profound moment in His Avataric process that occurred at Ruchira Dham Hermitage (on Lopez Island, Washington) in April, 2000.
The full DVD of this talk (3.5 hours long) is available from The Dawn Horse Press here.
Avataric Discourses. From mid-2004 to early 2006, Avatar Adi Da offered a unique series of Discourses broadcasted live over the Internet to His devotees worldwide. During these occasions, Avatar Adi Da answered questions from those present in the room with Him, but also from devotees all over the world via speakerphone. As He had always done, even from the beginning of His Teaching Work, Avatar Adi Da addressed each devotee personally, but was also Instructing all beings, in all times and places. Many of these Discourses are available as DVDs and CDs from The Dawn Horse Press.
Poster: delphiyes Post Date: September 1, 2012
Length: 37:07 Views: 508 Views This Month: 38 Views This Week: 9
Event Date: September 23, 2004
DVD Avataric Discourse
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