La Relation avec Adi Da Samraj après Sa Mort (video)
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Un dévot de longue date parle de la façon dont la relation avec Adi Da se manifeste après sa mort. Adi Da en parle également, suivi du témoignage d'un dévot sur la relation directe avec Adi Da après sa mort.
This video, "La Relation avec Adi Da Samraj après Sa Mort" ("The Relationship to Adi Da Samraj After His Lifetime"), begins with longtime devotee, Anthony Costabile, describing how the relationship to Adi Da is manifesting after the end of Adi Da's human lifetime.
Then at 2:29, Adi Da also speaks on this subject. This is an excerpt from a talk He gave on April 16, 1995, "Love is How I Got To Here". You can read a transcript of much more of this talk here. The talk is also available as a CD here.
At 6:43, another longtime devotee, Dennis Coccaro, talks about the direct relationship to Adi Da after His lifetime.
For much more about Adi Da's human passing and Eternal Presence, visit our section, Adi Da's Divine Mahasamadhi and Adidam In Perpetuity. You can also read our section, Is Adi Da Still Spiritually Active?.
French audio/video channel. In addition to watching the videos in our French channel, you can also read our free book, Nous Sommes La Conscience Elle-Même, or read a chapter from Roger Savoie's book, Trois Paradigmes: Critères pour une philosophie de la spiritualité. You can also subscribe to our YouTube video channel, adidavideo.fr, and be notified when new videos are posted.
Poster: Vidéos d'Adi Da Post Date: December 17, 2017
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Event Speakers: Anthony Costabile, Dennis Coccaro