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Recognition of Me Is Liberation

A sublime compilation of Avatar Adi Da’s essential Communications on the foundation principle of "radical" devotion in the Reality-Way of Adidam.

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Essays include updated sutras from the forthcoming final (and significantly expanded) edition of The Dawn Horse Testament, readings from The Aletheon, and never-before-published Discourse material from 1998, 2004, and 2005.

Avatar Adi Da describes in great detail the “seed” of the Reality-Way of Adidam: devotional recognition of His intrinsically egoless State. He further describes how this seed of tacit recognition (and not belief) is the means by which the devotee Communes with His Eternal Divine State via the responsive turning of the faculties (of body, emotion, mind, and breath) to His Divine Presence.

“The practice of Adidam is a participatory process of worship and whole bodily turning to the Divine One, Revealed in human Form As Avatar Adi Da Samraj. In that responsive turning to His Divine Presence, the Fullness of His Divine State becomes more and more profoundly magnified, and the Pure Attractiveness of His Person Draws one beyond separate self. A Divine existence, rather than ego-existence, becomes the guiding impulse of one’s life—and the distinction between ego and egolessness becomes completely apparent.”
                   —Ruchiradama Quandra Sukhapur Rani Naitauba
                      (from the introduction)
Recognition of Me Is Liberation is part of a five-book series of core Instruction on the foundation practice established in the Second Congregation of Adidam. The first four books cover "radical" devotion and right life, while the final book, Notice This, is a depthful contemplation of "Perfect Knowledge".

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6" x 9" Softcover, 394 pages
ISBN: 978-1570972867
Price: $29.95

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