Adi Da Samraj cuts through imaginary spirituality, speaking about the necessity to take responsibility for every level of living, entering into relationship with the Spiritual Master, following the instruction of the Spiritual Master, and transcending all limitations.
poster: DawnHorsePress length: 04:34 date added: June 23, 2012 event date: January 18, 1973
An excerpt from "Money, Food, and Sex", a humorous and penetrating Discourse from the very earliest years of Avatar Adi Da’s Teaching-Work. Adi Da criticizes the typical conception of Spirituality as having nothing to do with the realities of day-to-day life and says that taking responsibility for money, food, and sex creates the foundation practice of genuine spiritual practice.
This is an excerpt from the DVD, Locate What Is Real, an Avataric Discourse given by Adi Da on October 10, 2004.
On the full DVD: * Adi Da describes how Reality is the true “first experience” for everyone — more fundamental to existence than identification with the apparently “born” being. * He speaks about how music and other arts can function as extensions of Spirituality. * He talks about Ramana Maharshi and the sixth stage orientation, in contrast to His seventh stage Reality-Way. * He addresses a devotee’s experience of emotional trauma, and how such events can affect one’s life. * He describes His own Submission, in His early life, to the process of Christian mystical experience.
poster: TheBeezone speakers: James Steinberg, Ed Reither length: 14:32 date added: February 13, 2011
Ed Reither of The Beezone interviews longtime devotee James Steinberg about Adi Da Samraj's development of His Teaching about the Great Tradition in which He clarifies and makes sense of all humankind's exploration of religion, spirituality and truth. James talks about Adi Da's description of the esoteric anatomy of the body-mind and the process that a person has to go through to realize the truth.
Dr. Cristina Acidini (the Superintendent of the Authority for Cultural Heritage and State Museums in Florence, Italy) speaks about the exhibition of Adi Da Samraj's image-art at the Cenacolo di Ognissanti, February 2008.
Dr. Monica Bietti (Director of the Museum of the Medici Chapels, formerly with the Superintendency of Artistic Heritage of Bologna and Florence) speaks about the exhibition of Adi Da Samraj's image-art at the Cenacolo di Ognissanti, February 2008.
poster: realityway speaker: Elizabeth Lowe length: 09:58 date added: February 7, 2009 views: 1393; views this month: 31; views this week: 10
In this part, Elizabeth tells of the extraordinary healing play she became involved in with Adi Da during her retreat on Naitauba. She describes how Adi Da healed her of her fear and search regarding the holocaust, and, through her, blessed and healed the pattern of suffering of the Jewish people.
poster: realityway speaker: Elizabeth Lowe length: 09:50 date added: February 7, 2009 views: 1230; views this month: 24; views this week: 7
Elizabeth Lowe, a Jewish woman born in Austria the day that Hitler marched in, describes the extraordinary healing process she went through as Adi Da worked with her and through her blessed all the Jewish people.
The Mummery Book poster: firstroom length: 02:44 date added: February 5, 2009 views: 1193; views this month: 62; views this week: 12
The true enactment of The Mummery Book by Adi Da Samraj takes place in an extraordinary theater. That extraordinary theater is the theater of our own mind-not just the thinking mind, but mind in its coincidence with all of reality, internal and external.
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