In this desperate predicament, Arjuna turns to his charioteer, Krishna, for help.
The Dawn Horse Press will be publishing all of the following books in the near future: Volume IV is forthcoming: Disciplines that Amazon essays on the gita only embraced by members of the First Congregation will be presented in future publications.
It focuses on the immense variety of historical expressions of the religious and Spiritual search, from prehistoric times to the present. The core of this book is a bibliographical listing of 5, documents in all media: However, The Basket Of Tolerance has undergone major expansions and revisions since that time.
The Orpheum Trilogy, Book Two: Adi Da wrote The Scapegoat Book in The Scapegoat Book is a series of dialogues in the state mental facility between Raymond Darling and his captor-priest, during which the latter draws out, and yet refuses, Raymond's teaching of non-duality, and after which Raymond mysteriously disappears.
The Scapegoat Book is a masterful, poetic rendition of how the ego tries to trap the Divine Person; the Divine Person's Always-Standing Response to that entrapment or "scapegoating"; and the Divine Person's Perfect Offering which transcends all of that, and is the Perfect Inspiration to go beyond all of that with Him.
A book that delights and amuses, critiques and cuts to the quick, again and again. The Scapegoat Book is Adi Da's "re-working" of the Ashtavakra Gita, reflecting the ego's excuse-making for non-participation or mediocre participation in the process of Divine Realization.
The Orpheum Trilogy, Book Three: Adi Da wrote The Happenine Book in It is the last and longest book of The Orpheum Trilogy. The Happenine Book again recounts Raymond's life, teaching, and revelation, but this time through a posthumous collection of manuscripts and tape recordings, augmented by the Great Sage's paintings, drawings, and photographs.
This collection, left behind by Raymond "for all of us to find", presents a kaleidoscope of narrative and non-narrative forms ranging stylistically from traditional to postmodern, each embodied as space-time capsules of experience, or "happens", the identification with which is an illusory presumption of the separate "self" and therefore a fundamental error of human beings, which must be transcended.
His primary interest in writing this study was to address the implications of the modernist effort to reduce art to sheer plastic and technical manipulation of words or paint or the "medium," in any formthereby achieving a "meaningless" artistic communication.
The Books of Adidam: Adi Da's books are very often the first way people are introduced to Him.
Read for example all the stories on this site that illustrate the important role played by Adi Da's autobiography, The Knee Of Listeningin prospective devotees' developing relationship with Him.
The greatest gift anyone ever gave me was a book Written by this Great Avatar. The greatest event that ever occurred in my life of now 74 years was the heart-connection with Him, with Adi Da Samraj.
Should I live to beI could never repay the many Blessings He has showered upon my life. And it just keeps coming! Thank You, Beloved Lord! Leonard Mehlmauer This was very intentional on Adi Da's part: You have no idea what it took to make these Books.
There is not even a single word of "bullshit" in any of My Twenty-Three Books. Not a single lie or variation on it. Not a single untruth or suggestion of it, not a moment of withholding of the Most Perfect Loving Communication of the Being.Published: Mon, 5 Dec Bhagavad Gita, also simply known as The Gita, is a philosophical poem that focuses on a conversation between the Pandava prince Arjuna and the Beloved Lord Krishna.
In. these opening chapters the Gita talks about rebirth and it is a doctrine that has great ethical and moral benefits. The sages knew how to govern the majority. However, of course, new mind-body organizations are being continuously created for the great "play" of life and death. Also available in print and ebook editions from Amazon and other retailers.
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An exposition of the spiritual philosophy and method of self-discipline of the Bhagavad Gita. Almost all spiritual problems have been briefly but deeply dealt with in the Gita, Sri Aurobindo remarked to a disciple, and I have tried to bring all that out fully in the Essays.3/5(2).