"Radical" Transcendentalism

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Adi Da Samraj

"Between the covers of this book, there are words that communicate great philosophical and practical import. But, like the fullest experience of a great work of art, to come upon the words of Adi Da Samraj is to participate in an event that can not be encompassed by language. ... this book itself is only a vehicle for "meeting" the One Who Speaks these words--and for discovering the Truth he has come to make plain to everyone. ... As the subtitle of this book indicates, Adi Da Samraj is offering a "non-'religious' and post-'scientific'" revelation of Reality, coincident with a "radical" understanding about the "nature" of the "self" we presume to be. The separate "self" (or ego-"I") is, he says, not something we are being, rather the separate "self" (or ego-I) is something we are doing. Adi Da's Way of Adidam is the Way of "radical" transcending of this contraction... . Only when such "radical" transcending of the ego is the case is it possible to truly "know" (or Intrinsically Intuit) Reality Itself.

- from the Introduction

In this collection of essays from THE (the third book of The "M" Trilogy), Adi Da's in-depth, "radical" analysis of the primal fault of "self" and "other" makes way for a deeper sensitivity to and tangible understanding of his no-seeking Way of "Perfect Knowledge". You will find many brand new essays here, as well as the current form of "The Five Reality-Teachings", and potent Instruction on the signs of right life in the Way of Adidam.

"The writings of Adi Da Samraj are the most doctrinally thorough, the most philosophically sophisticated, the most culturally challenging, and the most creatively original literature on radical nonduality currently available in the English language."

JEFFREY J. KRIPAL, J. Newton Rayzor Professor of Religious Studies, Rice University; Author, Kali's Child: The Mystical and the Erotic in the Life and Teachings of Ramakrishna

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