The Wound of Love
THE LAUGHING MAN VOL. 6. NO. 3
©1986 The Johannine Daist Communion.
Editorial: “Even the Need for Love Is a Wound” by Richard
The Wound of Love: “BECOME WOUNDED BY LOVE” (7/2/83).
“DIVINE DISTRACTION” (12/16/75).
The Wound of the Gopis (excerpted from Gopis’ Love for Sri Krishna,
by Hanumanprasad Poddar).
‘PRACTICE THE WOUND OF LOVE’ (DHT).
“There are Seven Stages in that Ordeal of the Heart”: an Introduction
to the Seven Stages of Life as described by Master Da Free John.
Masters and Emotions, by Conrad Goehausen.
‘I HAVE GOT TO LOVING HERE’ (CDMS).
Sri Atmananda: the Self-Realized Householder (dialogues and stories
of a great twentieth-century sage): Social Service and the Sage
(extract of a talk between Sri A.P. and Sri Atmananda, Bombay,
How Sri Atmananda Faced His Wife’s Passing Away, Nitya Tripta.
The Sweetest Feeling and the Sharpest Pain: Jan van Ruysbroeck and
the Invitation to Unity with God.
“I CALL YOU TO ASSUME THE GREAT PRINCIPLE OF THE HEART”: Pondering,
Preparation, and Practice of the Way Taught by Master Da Free John,
by Richard Schorske.
At the Edge of Reality by Neal Stewart.
“THE FIRST THING YOU MUST DO IS OBSERVE YOURSELF”.
My Heart Has Fallen into Ruins: the Ecstatic Poetry of Ramprasad Sen
and Jelaluddin Rumi.
The Crazy Wisdom Teaching of Master Da Free John in the Context of
the Free Tradition of Crazy Adepts, part two, by the editors of The
Laughing Man: “DA AVACADO” (3/17/82).
Reviews: Feng-Shui: The Science of Sacred Landscape in Old China, by
Ernst J. Eitel, with commentary by John Mitchell.
Zen-Man Ikkyu, by James H. Sanford.