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.
At the European Danda, Adi Da Samraj speaks about true masters knowing the "One Reality" from their Realization of It, not merely their concept of It. He speaks of anything other than such True Realization being the ego identity of the separate self.
poster: AdidamPodcasts length: 20:18 date added: March 17, 2012 event date: 1986 listens: 770; listens this month: 17; listens this week: 4
In this excerpt (from a talk Adi Da gave in Holland in 1986), Adi Da describes how doubt is not ultimately a sign that we have been "betrayed" in some way. The radical solution to doubt is to identify with the Divine Itself, beyond the temporary cycles of the body and mind and beyond the sense of being a separate self.
poster: AdidamPodcasts length: 10:25 date added: October 5, 2010 event date: April 1986 listens: 1882; listens this month: 37; listens this week: 5
In this historical recording from April, 1986, Adi Da Samraj recites the final section of His Love-Ananda Gita (now called The Lion Sutra and published in Part 15 of The Aletheon). In it, Adi Da communicates His most "radical" transcendental teaching regarding true renunciation of the egoic motive of separation and Realization of the Divine Self-Condition.
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