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3 matches for: Devotional Prayer of Changes
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La Pérdida y Dolor Humanovideo
poster: Videos de Adi Da - Español
length: 15:14
date added: February 5, 2018
event date: October 3, 2004
language: Spanish
views: 1003; views this month: 91; views this week: 32
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Una charla de Adi Da Samraj acerca de la Realización como la unica liberación de la pérdida humana. 3 de Octubre de 2004 en Naitauba, Fiyi.

In this excerpt, "La Pérdida y Dolor Humano" ("Human Loss and Pain"), Adi Da Samraj talks about the pain of loss, and about liberation. This is in response to a devotee's question about the Devotional Prayer Of Changes and the death of the devotee's grandchild.

This video excerpt is from the DVD, Easy Death. Subtitles in English, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Polish, Czech, and Hebrew.
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Spanish   death   Devotional Prayer of Changes   DVD   Avataric Discourse  

Realization Is the Only Liberation from Lossvideo
poster: AdiDaVideos
length: 15:15
date added: January 21, 2013
event date: October 3, 2004
language: English
views: 3384; views this month: 56; views this week: 7
Adi Da Samraj talks about the pain of loss, and about liberation. This is in response to a devotee's question about the Devotional Prayer Of Changes and the death of the devotee's grandchild.

This video excerpt is from the DVD, Easy Death. Subtitles in English, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Polish, Czech, and Hebrew.
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death   Devotional Prayer of Changes   DVD   Avataric Discourse  

Notes on the Adidam Missionvideo
poster: TheBeezone
length: 07:55
date added: September 18, 2012
event date: 2004
language: English
views: 2621; views this month: 39; views this week: 2
In 2004, Adi Da Samraj talks to devotee Peter Harvey-Wright about using the Devotional Prayer of Changes to serve the Adidam Mission. He distinguishes conventional "neurotic prayer" (in which a person relates to God like a big "Parent") from the Prayer of Changes, which requires not just visualization but a change in action. As part of that change in action, He mentions the "barefoot Mission" (a phrase meant to emphasize the one-on-one nature of a truly effective Mission). He also stresses the importance of an authentic culture of Adidam as essential for attracting new devotees.
tags:
Mission   Devotional Prayer of Changes   Avataric Discourse  




 
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