Produced in 1982, Truth is the Only Profound has circulated for years in bootleg editions and worn out cassettes and features the radio popular "What to Remember to Be Happy" recited by a 7 year old child. An unusual collection of Lynch's trademark melodic music with potent readings from Ray Lynch's spiritual teacher, Adi Da Samraj.
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Adi Da reads His early writings while images from those first days at the Melrose Ashram (in Los Angeles) are shown. Nina Davis recalls those days, as well.
Adi Da: "I intend to make the most extraordinary statement of this time — one that will make all suffering, all fundamental error, unnecessary. A most practical communication that reduces all suffering to misunderstanding, and makes creative energy available in Perfect Freedom. I was born for this very thing."
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