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    Da Avabhasa
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    0918801907
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    978-0918801906
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    Dawn Horse Press (1993)
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Discourses given during 1993. Published 1993 by Dawn Horse Press.

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Start by marking The Heart Conversion Talk Series as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Adi Da Samraj. Adi Da Samraj, born Franklin Albert Jones, has published works on his own spiritual system–variously referred to as "Adidam" or "The Daist Free Communion"–under a variety of adopted names, including Bubba Free John;, Da Free John, Heart-Master Da Love-Ananda, and Avadhoota Da Love-Ananda Hridayam. Books by Adi Da Samraj.

The heart conversion talk series: Discourses given during 1993. ISBN 9780918801906 (978-18801-90-6) Dawn Horse Press, 1993. Find signed collectible books: 'The heart conversion talk series: Discourses given during 1993'.

Adi Da published his fourth book, titled Garbage and the Goddess: The Last Miracles and Final Spiritual Instructions of Bubba Free John.

He changed his name numerous times throughout his life; these names included Bubba Free John, Da Free John, Da Love-Ananda, Da Kalki, Da Avadhoota and Da Avabhasa, among others. He began giving lectures there based on his autobiography, soon attracting a small following due in part to his charismatic speaking style. He taught in a traditional Indian style, lecturing from a raised dais surrounded by flowers and oriental carpets, with listeners seated on the floor. Adi Da published his fourth book, titled Garbage and the Goddess: The Last Miracles and Final Spiritual Instructions of Bubba Free John.

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Adi Da published his fourth book, titled "Garbage and the Goddess: The Last Miracles and Final Spiritual . The Lion Sutra: The "Perfect" Revelation-Book of the Divine World-Teacher and True Heart-Master, Da Avabhasa (The "Bright").

Adi Da published his fourth book, titled "Garbage and the Goddess: The Last Miracles and Final Spiritual Instructions of Bubba Free John. It documented the relatively unexpurgated lectures and activities of this period. It quickly sold out its first print run, and a second was sent to bookstores.

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All, with one exception, have participated in the Ross Priory broadcast talk seminar, held annually at Strathclyde University in Scotland.

Some parts are crystal clear and fascinating, and helped me to I see things as they really are. Some parts are hard to read because of the many repetitions, even repetition series.

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