Guru Purnima is a time when all who are devotees of a Guru celebrate their Spiritual Master. It takes place all over the world on the full moon in July. ("Purnima" is Sanskrit for "full moon".) James explains the significance of this celebration at this time of year.
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Produced in 1982, Truth is the Only Profound has circulated for years in bootleg editions and worn out cassettes and features the radio popular "What to Remember to Be Happy" recited by a 7 year old child. An unusual collection of Lynch's trademark melodic music with potent readings from Ray Lynch's spiritual teacher, Adi Da Samraj.
poster: realityway speaker: Elizabeth Lowe length: 09:50 date added: February 7, 2009 views: 1465; views this month: 20; views this week: 9
Elizabeth Lowe, a Jewish woman born in Austria the day that Hitler marched in, describes the extraordinary healing process she went through as Adi Da worked with her and through her blessed all the Jewish people.
poster: realityway speaker: Elizabeth Lowe length: 09:58 date added: February 7, 2009 views: 1646; views this month: 24; views this week: 5
In this part, Elizabeth tells of the extraordinary healing play she became involved in with Adi Da during her retreat on Naitauba. She describes how Adi Da healed her of her fear and search regarding the holocaust, and, through her, blessed and healed the pattern of suffering of the Jewish people.
The Silver Hall poster: realityway speaker: Jonathan Condit length: 05:57 date added: September 30, 2009 views: 1775; views this month: 26; views this week: 6
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.
UK devotee Gavin Brown talks briefly about his relationship to his Guru and spiritual teacher, Avatar Adi Da. Gavin gives a brief reading from Adi Da's essay, "Radical Adidam" (from Volume 2 of The Aletheon).
Adi Da's senior editorial assistant, Jonathan Condit, tells the story of the moment when Adi Da "captured his heart", while he was an ordained Buddhist monk. At the time, Jonathan had an immediate recognition of Adi Da as "Maitreya Buddha". He describes how his recognition deepened over time: "All the premonitions of a 'great being to come' [Maitreya] are unbelievably pale in comparison to the actuality of Avatar Adi Da."
[Note: Jonathan refers to 23 key books written by Adi Da. Since the time of this recording, Adi Da expanded His Vision for His primary literature to 23 "courses", each of which could be associated with many particular Texts.]
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