To every person, everywhere, this time of year and ever, let's bring peace and joy to all and celebrate together.
We may seem to be different We may seem to be many But at the core of all our hearts is a single human family.
Let us embrace this time of year And let us make much beauty Let us celebrate each other and the light that guides us truly.
No matter what our country No matter what our creed Cooperation is our freedom Indivisibility our need.
Though many peoples of the world see differences everywhere, The heart of beings is unfurled when unity's declared. Even in the darkness of the night, All of humankind is bright Oh when we celebrate the Light-in-Everybody, Light-in-Everybody.
Love Comes To Here in Time, And Numbers All the Things of Beauty in the House. A Single Room Is Shown To Be –A Unity, Within and Every Where. No Point of View is Stood Apart. No Word Is Made To Say, This Space Is Empty, or, This Place Is Full. Only Light Itself Is Come –A Merest Touch of Brightness Neither Mind Nor Body Can Deny. It Is the Heart’s Explanation of Reality. It Is Reality, Plain Spoken To the Heart –and By the Heart Alone. It Is the Beautiful, Itself.
Slideshow of Adi Da's Image-Art, images of Avatar Adi Da, images from the Florence Dance Company's Quattro Maggiore (The Four Seasons) and Divina.com, and a selection of art from the Spiralled Light blog.
The soundtrack is Mul Mantra by Snatam Kaur (available on the Rising Sun album from Spirit Voyage Artists).
poster: TheBeezone speakers: Ed Reither, James Steinberg length: 11:00 date added: February 13, 2011 event date: January 26, 2011 views: 1073; views this month: 19; views this week: 4
Ed Reither of The Beezone interviews longtime devotee James Steinberg. James shares the story of his obsession with India and traditional spiritual books, and how Adi Da used His "Power Foot" and His "Beauty Foot" to make the point that the actual spiritual practice in relation to Him was what mattered, not books.
Produced in 2005, this album is one of Naamleela's most original and creative musical works. The songs were composed over a period of five years, to the ecstatic sacred poetry of Adi Da Samraj. Bringing together her training in both Eastern and Western music, and featuring several guest artists, a unique environment of natural and modern sounds, and the talents of Grammy-nominated producer Damian Taylor, the result is an exquisite melding of words, meaning, music, and beauty.
The Mummery Book poster: firstroom length: 02:44 date added: February 5, 2009 views: 1193; views this month: 61; views this week: 11
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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