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ENDORSEMENTS

 

The life and teaching of Avatar Adi Da Samraj are of profound and decisive spiritual significance at this critical moment in history.

BRYAN DESCHAMP
Senior Adviser at the United Nations
High Commission for Refugees;
former Dean of the Carmelite House of Studies, Australia;
former Dean of Trinity College, University of Melbourne

 

 

Adi Da is the transcendent and transformational Being of our era. He is the Good News Who has come in answer to our prayers.

DAN HAMBURG
Former Member of U.S. Congress;
Executive Director, Voice of the Environment

 

 

Adi Da's teachings take the great ancient traditions forward, not by negating them, but towards their fulfillment. 

RISHI KUMAR MISHRA
Founder, Observer Research Foundation
Former Member of the Indian Parliament
Vedic scholar and author of Before the Beginning and After the End: Rediscovering Ancient Insights; 
The Cosmic Matrix: In the Light of the Vedas; The Realm of Supraphysics: Mind, Matter, and Energy; The Ultimate Dialogue 

 

 

Adi Da Samraj has created a body of work that surpasses in its force and insight that of any other author and teacher of our time. 

PAUL E. MULLER-ORTEGA
Professor of Religion, University of Rochester
author, The Triadic Heart of Siva

 


It is obvious, from all sorts of subtle details, that he knows what IT’s all about . . . a rare being.

ALAN WATTS
author, The Way of Zen and The Wisdom of Insecurity

 


I regard Adi Da Samraj as one of the greatest teachers in the Western world today.

IRINA TWEEDIE
Sufi teacher; author, Chasm of Fire

 


Adi Da Samraj is a man who has truly walked in Spirit and given true enlightenment to many.

SUN BEAR
founder, the Bear Tribe Medicine Society




Adi Da Samraj has spoken directly to the heart of our human situation — the shocking gravity of our brief and unbidden lives. Through his words I have experienced a glimmering of eternal life, and view my own existence as timeless and spaceless in a way that I never have before.

RICHARD GROSSINGER
author, Planet Medicine; The Night Sky

 

 
Adi Da Samraj and his unique body of teaching work offer a rare and extraordinary opportunity for those courageous students who are ready to move beyond ego and take the plunge into deepest communion with the Absolute. Importantly, the teaching is grounded in explicit discussion of necessary psychospiritual evolution and guides the student to self-responsibility and self-awareness.

ELISABETH TARG, M.D.
University of California, San Francisco,
School of Medicine;
Director, Complementary Medicine Research Institute,
California Pacific Medical Center

 


That God can, among other things, actually incarnate in human form once seemed unbelievable to me. But reading the books of Avatar Adi Da obliterated all doubt about the existence of God right now, here on Earth in human form.

CHARMIAN ANDERSON, PH.D.
psychologist; author, Bridging Heaven and Earth
and The Heart of Success

 


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 KRIPAL, PH.D.
J. Newton Rayzor Professor of Religious Studies and Chair of the Department of Religious Studies, Rice University, Houston, Texas
author, Kali's Child

 


I regard the work of Adi Da and his devotees as one of the most penetrating spiritual and social experiments happening on the planet in our era.

JEFFREY MISHLOVE, PH.D.
host, PBS television series, Thinking Allowed;
author, The Roots of Consciousness

 

 

Nothing like this has ever been Revealed before. We have waited for this moment in history for countless lifetimes. Adi Da Samraj is the True Heart of the world.

ROGER SAVOIE, PH.D.
philosopher, writer, and translator;
author, La Vipère et le Lion: La Voie radicale de la Spiritualité

 

 

I believe that art should always be a surprise. It must create, even in the critic, not emotion, but a sense of insecurity. When one views Adi Da’s art, it is easy to see 'pop art', 'op art', all the possible linguistic, ethnological, and iconographic references; but, in the end, the final work is always a surprise. With Adi Da’s work, I did not simply find myself in front of a new personal iconographic universe but rather in front of images that returned me to an experience of ‘epiphany’.

ACHILLE BONITO OLIVA
Italian art critic, historian, and past Director of the Venice Biennale

 

It is a rare artist who can convey, convincingly, the sense of being face to face with the source of being. Adi Da can clearly live in the depths without succumbing to their pressure, bringing back pearls of art to prove it.

DONALD KUSPIT
Critic, Professor of Art History and Philosophy, State University of New York at Stony Brook

 

Not-Two Is Peace contains wisdom that can transform the current and ongoing world crises
that so desperately need effective conflict resolution. If truly acted upon, what Adi Da advocates has the power to bring an end to the horrors and suffering that are the result of our mad need to differentiate between "us" and "them".

HUGH O'DOHERTY
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

 

In a world beset with innumerable challenges, Not-Two Is Peace offers a new vision for the future. Adi Da emphasizes "prior unity" as the basis for our decisions and actions. If we proceed with putting the interests of the whole of humanity first, then there is the possibility of growth and development for the nearly seven billion people on the planet, not just a privileged minority. Such wisdom cannot be ignored.

SAM PITRODA
Chairman, National Knowledge Commission of India