Adi Da responds to an Israeli devotee's question about people's response to the communication of the Adidam Mission that Adi Da is "The Promised God-Man" and its relationship to the overall communication of His Word and Work.
poster: SanctuaryKitchen speaker: Douglas Short length: 08:01 date added: January 27, 2011 event date: January 27, 2011 views: 1350; views this month: 35; views this week: 5
In keeping with Adi Da's recommendation that devotees eat a maximally raw diet [see Adi Da's Green Gorilla], Douglas Short, the head chef at First People (The Mountain Of Attention Sanctuary kitchen), instructs us on how to make a less oily salad dressing. Ingredients: cucumbers, carrots, red bell peppers, avocadoes, apple cider vinegar, honey, olive oil, salt, coriander. Interesting tip about adding olive oil while the blender is running.
[The clip actually starts with Douglas showing us the red lentil dal soup that was the subject of part 7.]
poster: SanctuaryKitchen speaker: Douglas Short length: 07:55 date added: January 26, 2011 event date: January 26, 2011 views: 1489; views this month: 33; views this week: 6
While Adi Da recommends a maximally raw diet [see Adi Da's Green Gorilla], the Sanctuary Kitchen occasionally makes a cooked dish drawn from the broader vegetarian cuisine. In this video, Douglas Short, the head chef at First People (The Mountain Of Attention Sanctuary kitchen), instructs us on how to make red lentil dal soup. (You can see the finished result in Part 8.)
Transcendental TV poster: madjym length: 01:54 date added: June 5, 2010 event date: August 2009 views: 754; views this month: 17; views this week: 7
Separative vs. transcendental existence. Performed for the 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Featuring the Irish Company, Fidget Feet, with Jym Daly, Chantal McCormick, Jenny, Lee, Steve, and the voice and wisdom of Adi Da Samraj.
This is a short talk where Adi Da describes the beginnings of reception in the body of spiritual energy, the 'conductivity' of it, and the yogic pattern of it. This is something He has talked a lot about, and is one of the main parts of His teachings and our practice.
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