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Mediocrity

mediocrity:: of moderate or low quality, value, ability, or performance, ORDINARY, SO-SO   ADI DA SAMRAJ: You cannot avoid pain. This is a primary part

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India and Ancient Greece

  “We may venture to affirm, that, on attentive inquiry, we shall find in the Puranas, and other fabulous writings of the Hindus, almost the

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Plotinus

“There must be those who see this beauty . . . and when they see it they must be delighted and overwhelmed and excited. . . . These experiences must occur whenever there

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The Death of Narcissus

Originally published in ‘The Knee of Listening’, 1972 edition by Franklin Jones (Adi Da Samraj The death-of Narcissus had begun in me. I was stuck

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Realization as Authority

The following is an excerpt from a talk by Adi Da Samraj that was given on April 10, 1987, entitled ‘The Discipline of Participation‘ which

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Philo Logical Methodology

The classical Greek term φιλολογία (philologia), originally meaning a love of learning or literature today references the study of written historical sources. Philology is commonly

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Where the Mind Goes Mad

It wiill do well to bear in mind that the ‘Present Age’ Fichte characterized in these lectures was the great transition period of Modern Europe,—the

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India and Ancient Greece

  “We may venture to affirm, that, on attentive inquiry, we shall find in the Puranas, and other fabulous writings of the Hindus, almost the

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Scholaritis – Georg Feuerstein

ScholaritisAn affliction without a cure?   “The world’s great men have not commonly been scholars, nor its great scholars great men. ” Oliver Wendell Holmes,

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Alan Watts – The Bible

Speech extract from “Insert Speech Title” by Alan Watts, courtesy of https://alanwatts.org.     Alan Watts opens up about Jesus and the religion. Speech extract

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Paul Tillich – An insight

Paul Tillich (1886-1965), the first non-Jewish scholar that the Nazis dismissed from a university in 1933, in his writing wanted to synthesize the seemingly divergent

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The Light of Light

Epilogue – Conscious Exercise and the Transcendental Sun – Adi Da Samraj    Light, or vibratory brightness, is the most universally venerated object among men

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Cooperation and Doubt

Cooperation and Doubt (adapted by Beezone – The original essay and book are available in the Beezone Library) Scientific Proof of the Existence of God

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Allen Ginsberg – Face to Face

BBC Face To Face Interview, 1994 “Ah Sunflower weary of time,Who countest the steps of the sun;Seeking after that sweet golden climeWhere the traveller’s journey

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The Passing of War?

The Ideal of Human Unity was written and published in monthly installments in the Arya between September 1915 and July 1918. In 1919 it was

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Humanity ‘All at Once’

“And now we see militarism and commercialism united in a loving clasp, coalescing into a sacred biune duality of national life and patriotic aspiration and

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The Sanskrit Effect

“In short, Sir, I am convinced that everything–astronomy, astrology, metempsychosis, etc.–comes to us from the banks of the Ganges.”  François-Marie d’Arouet (1694–1778), better known by

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