This is the finale of A Difficult Man: The Miraculous Activities and Radical Spiritual Teachings of Bubba Free John, an explosive and joyful film documenting the activities of Adi Da and the community of His devotees. The film includes dramatic footage taken on "The First Great Guru Day" (Da Purnima) described in Chapter II of the book, Garbage and the Goddess.
A Difficult Man was produced and directed by Gregory Hoblit, who would later go on to be the Emmy Award-winning executive producer for such well-known television series as Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law, and NYPD Blue. (A Difficult Man was his first film.)
The Adidam Music Fest will be held Friday, September 30, at 7.30pm. The event will be held at Rudramandir, 830 Bancroft Way, Berkeley CA. (map)
Take part in an ecstatic evening of music, dancing, stories, refreshments and good company. The occasion will feature classical Indian music with John Wubbenhorst (bansuri), Samrat Kakkari (tabla). At the end of the evening will be trance dancing with the East/West jazz fusion group, "Facing East Trio". The evening is dedicated to the spiritual inspiration of Avatar Adi Da Samraj.
The Mummery Book by Adi Da Samraj is enacted by the "First Room" Theatre Guild in California on a regular basis. in this film audience members and guild members express the unique and very personal encounter with The Mummery Book.
The Mummery Book poster: firstroom length: 02:44 date added: February 5, 2009 views: 1445; views this month: 27; 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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