This brief video clip presents some highlights from Part 1 of the three-part ballet, Not-Two Is Peace, from the March 15, 2013 performance in Florence, Italy. The complete ballet is 1 hour and 20 minutes in length. It was choreographed by Keith Ferrone. The art of Adi Da Samraj is displayed in monumental projections of beautiful geometries, color, and light, at times animated along with the dance. The searing, original music score by Andrea Portera is lifted to new heights with the addition of a female vocal ensemble, Trio Canora.
In this video clip, Benedetta, Egle, Angelo, and Ylenia of the Florence Dance Company grace the stage of Italy's palatial theater setting, Teatro della Pergola. Part 1 of the ballet is performed by 1 male dancer and 3 female dancers — at times reminiscent of Balanchine's 1928 Apollo.
Adi Da Samraj recites some of the core practices of the Transcendental Spiritual Way of Adidam from "The Teaching Manual of Perfect Summaries". This recitation took place at Adi Da Samrajashram on the Fijian island of Naitauba, as part of Adi Da's recitation of the complete Text of The Happenine Book, in a series of occasions starting on April 22, 2006 and ending on May 10, 2006.
Beezone's Ed Reither talks to Frank Marrero (author of The View from Delphi) on the origins of theater, and discusses the topics of Eleutherios, Orpheus, Greek mysteries, The Upanishads and the connection to the Greeks. The discussion revolves around the transition from mythology, rhapsodies and prosaic thought and communication and its relationship to Truth (Aletheon) and the connection to Adi Da Samraj's Literature, Theater and Image Art.
On December 2 and 3, 2011, the Florence Dance Company presented the Ballet Theater Event, Not-Two Is Peace, in the Teaotro Cantiere Florida, in Florence, Italy. This video clip includes excerpts from that performance.
poster: DawnHorsePress length: 07:28 date added: December 16, 2010 event date: July 7, 2005 views: 2144; views this month: 36; views this week: 9
An excerpt from the talk, Relinquish The Mummery Of This World.
This talk is from the first occasion in many years in which Avatar Adi Da spoke directly to a gathering of His devotees in California. Questions from devotees about intimate, familial, and social issues are met with Avatar Adi Da's Compassion and Humor, as well as His Liberating Wisdom.
From considering the "seed theme" of His Mummery Book, to describing His mindless and Indivisible State, Avatar Adi Da weaves a masterful tapestry of Instruction and Blessing. He Calls for and Transmits the most profound understanding possible of human life and sacred practice.
Transcendental TV poster: madjym length: 01:54 date added: June 5, 2010 event date: August 2009 views: 862; views this month: 10; views this week: 2
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.
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: 1439; views this month: 23; views this week: 6
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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