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by Adi Da Samraj




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Download The Dreaded Gom-Boo or the Imaginary Disease That Religion Seeks to Cure epub
ISBN: 0913922749
ISBN13: 978-0913922743
Category: Religion
Author: Adi Da Samraj
Language: English
Publisher: Dawn Horse Pr; 1st edition (February 1, 1983)
Pages: 400 pages
ePUB size: 1470 kb
FB2 size: 1334 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 768
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Yayrel
This book is a fun and humorous spin on Advaita Vedanta; however, unlike many "Advaita teachers" who do the shuffle and whose teachings are exclusively rooted in rhetoric, or Jnana Yoga, or the changing of one's "headset", Master Da's Teaching is rooted in the context of transmission of powerful shakti. It is in this context that this teaching must be understood. How do you do that? Sit with a Teacher who can radiate that field of Love-Bliss. Such teachers are more and more rare these days, but once you taste, then this Teaching will be much more palpable. Even further, you can receive the shakti from tuning into this book. And bare minimunm you will change your way of looking at Life.

Da's Teachings are remarkably consistent in terms of recognizing the folly of seeking, self-contraction, etc. However he was always innovating how he might impart that. This book is a prime example of that. It shows him as Guru as Artist. Always innovating the vehicle. Great!!!
Via
Ah what a book! I have a battered old copy with me, and keep it close. The chapter I most often turn to is "The Ultimate Location". If you are open to it, this book will lift you beyond your present state, as many have testified. It was written in the early 80's, but is still very relevant and will remain so as long as the- The Gomboo- remains uncured (since no cure is either necessary or possible) which may be a long, long time. Highly recommended!