A Darshan of Adi Da in a Los Angeles hotel, shortly after the Ruchira Dham Event in April, 2000.
The soundtrack is Adi Da Samraj giving an extraordinary recitation of His rendering of the Narayana Sooktam, a traditional invocation from the Mahanarayana Upanishad. (Adi Da used this as the invocation for the first edition of The Method Of The Siddhas.)
The Way of Fun poster: DAbase length: 54:00 date added: October 19, 2010 event date: 1987 listens: 1710; listens this month: 197; listens this week: 41
Adi Da's very humorous and wonderfully instructive talk from 1987, The Way Of Fun, about how, after being around His devotees, He "finally got it", that "it's time for the Siddhas" to adapt to modern times, "time for the Truth to change". This new way ("The Way of Fun") — for realizing God without requiring self-transcendence — will "require nothing of you except to really dig those Divine Vibes." The talk is Adi Da's wonderful reflection of how the ego is always trying to revise the Way into something that is self-fulfilling rather than self-transcending, something that has no requirements and no difficulties, and that takes no time at all. "So whatever kind of association you have with Me . . . as long as it's fun, you're happy to do it. But if it requires anything of you, your resistance comes on immediately." For more on this theme, read our article, The Way of the Bone.
The Silver Hall poster: realityway speaker: Jonathan Condit length: 05:57 date added: September 30, 2009 views: 1777; views this month: 26; views this week: 7
The Silver Hall is a set-apart hall in Adi Da's home on Naitauba, Fiji. Adi Da uses this hall for the purpose of "Transmission Sittings" during which He Initiates his mature devotees into the Spiritual dimension of the relationship to Him. The Silver Hall continues to be used for this very special purpose, after Adi Da's Divine Mahasamadhi.
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