Adi Da Samraj sits silently with devotees, on a windy day in front of the brass gates to the inner courtyard of Aham Da Asmi Sthan, at Adi Da Samrajashram in Fiji. He ends the occasion by Blessing prasad which will then be distributed to the devotees present.
Two occasions of Adi Da's Darshan. The first occasion is from the late 1980's. The second occasion (at 4:25) is Adi Da's final Darshan on November 26, 2008.
The soundtrack is Adi Da speaking about the ultimate delight of His Bodiless and Mindless Realization of State and Person. This excerpt is from a talk that was published as the Epilogue ("My Sphere of Love-Bliss") of the book, Ishta.
This video opens with Adi Da landing by seaplane on Adi Da Samrajashram (the Fijian island of Naitauba) for the first time, on October 27, 1983. Adi Da Samrajashram would become His primary Hermitage and the primary seat of His Blessing Work.
Adi Da then speaks about the significance of His unique incarnation as the Divine Avatar — "The Bright" — and its relationship to the context of His birth circumstance and the deeper personality vehicles associated with His Incarnation.
The video goes on to document Adi Da's childhood and young adulthood.
Devotee Frank Marrero shares a leela of his time in Adi Da's Company. Many years later, he has come to see that Adi Da was teaching him about self-understanding and samadarshan: "The vision of sameness - a vision that penetrates beyond the apparent differences between beings to their transcendental nature."
This video clip begins with silent Darshan. Then Adi Da addresses a questioner who is taken by a vision of the "Midnight Sun". Adi Da clarifies that the vision was a state that the ego experienced therefore was not the true vision of the Midnight Sun which is itself the egoless condition.
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