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Holy Day of Parama-Sapta-Na Sannyas.
On July 10, 2007 (Fiji time), Avatar Adi
Da's Impulse to continue working in the
manner of Self-Submission conclusively vanished,
leaving only the Sign of His Divine Self-"Emergence"
Work. Only His Divine Self-Revelation, and
not any address to the ego in its presumed
separateness, enables the process of Transcendental
Spiritual Awakening. This Event is now celebrated
as the Great Sovereign-Avataric Holy Day
of Parama-Sapta-Na Sannyas.
27-29) is Adidam's unique version
of the traditional Guru Purnima celebration.
During this Celebration, the great and Divine
Guru-Function of the Divine Avatar, Adi
Da Samraj, is honored. "Purnima" means "full".
Guru Purnima is traditionally celebrated
during the brightest full moon of the year,
usually occuring in July.
July (and later):
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7-8, 2018: Where
Is Happiness?A FREE
two-day retreat at the European Danda, in
Maria Hoop, the Netherlands.
The language of this retreat is English.
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join us in Auckland, New Zealand, for this
contemplative evening including recitation,
video and chanting.
Purnima Celebration. Come
join us at the Mountain Of Attention Sanctuary
in Northern California, to celebrate the
Extraordinary Gift to all beings forever
of the Divine Guru, Adi Da
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