Art Panel: Orpheus in the Modern World (October 5, 2011) — The later work and aesthetic philosophy of Adi Da Samraj was the subject of discussion between Los Angeles art writers and those close with the late artist and spiritual teacher. (This is a recording of first hour of the hour and 15 minutes panel.)
On December 2 and 3, 2011, the Florence Dance Company presented the Ballet Theater Event, Not-Two Is Peace, in the Teaotro Cantiere Florida, in Florence, Italy. This video clip includes excerpts from that performance.
A theatrical performance and recitation by devotee Theo Cedar Jones from Adi Da's book, Not-Two Is Peace. The essay being recited is Principles Regarding A Global Cooperative Forum: On The Dangers Of The Old "Tribalisms" and The Necessity For A Global Cooperative Forum Based On The Prior Unity of Humankind.
Dance by Isabelle Sjahsam and Maria LaMance of Artface Performance Group.
A story from Dutch devotee Robin Temple about his recent retreat on Adi Da Samrajashram, useful insights that he received about his egoic patterning, and a release from self-concern that Gracefully (Acausally) occurred.
[For more of Adi Da's wisdom on concern, click here.]
The Adidam Music Fest will be held Friday, September 30, at 7.30pm. The event will be held at Rudramandir, 830 Bancroft Way, Berkeley CA. (map)
Take part in an ecstatic evening of music, dancing, stories, refreshments and good company. The occasion will feature classical Indian music with John Wubbenhorst (bansuri), Samrat Kakkari (tabla). At the end of the evening will be trance dancing with the East/West jazz fusion group, "Facing East Trio". The evening is dedicated to the spiritual inspiration of Avatar Adi Da Samraj.
John Wubbenhorst (bansuri) and Samrat Kakkeri (tabla) will perform ragas and tell leelas of their trip to Fiji this Sunday, August 28th, 2011, at 4 pm, in Hands Up Hall (the Gauer house), in Lake County, California.
Suggested donation: $15 (no one will be turned away) Call 301.346.0789 for more information
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Guru Purnima is a time when all who are devotees of a Guru celebrate their Spiritual Master. It takes place all over the world on the full moon in July. ("Purnima" is Sanskrit for "full moon".) James explains the significance of this celebration at this time of year.
For more information on attending this year's celebration, click here.
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