The Knee of Listening. The Early Life and Radical Spiritual Teachings of Bubba Free John
The Dawn Horse Press. 1978. (ISBN: 0913922439). Soft cover. The Knee of Listening. Revised edition 215 x 125 mm. 271 pages. First published in 1972, "The Knee of Listening" is the spiritual autobiography of the Ruchira Avatar, Adi Da Samraj. Containing simple narrative, ecstatic poetry, complex argument, and discourse, Adi Da's autobiography reveals the miraculous story of his unique incarnation and revelation in the west for "the sake of liberating all beings The Knee Of Listening was never intended to be an autobiography in the conventional sense of the word. Based on Adi Da's purposes for the book, The Knee Of Listening had a very specific structure: Purpose 1: Because most people are only aware of the material dimensions of Reality, the book should take readers on a tour (at the universal level) of all the greater-than-material dimensions of Reality, and also take readers on a tour (at the personal level) of the human esoteric anatomy (the body, the mind, kundalini and spiritual ascent, consciousness, etc.). The book should make readers aware that these dimensions of Reality and components of esoteric human anatomy actually "factually" exist. Purpose 2: However, the book should also conclude, over and over again, that none of those dimensions, realizations, or aspects of esoteric human anatomy were "It", the Ultimate Realization. Only Reality Itself was the Ultimate Realization, or Most Perfect Enlightenment or Freedom. Very Good.
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Keywords: 0913922439 Adidam, religion,