The Great Process comes about when the Divine Intervenes, Appears, Incarnates, Blesses, Teaches the understanding and the transcending of ego – such that the direct Divine Blessing may be received and the Great Divine Yoga may be entered into. This is What I Do.
—Avatar Adi Da Samraj
Events in Seattle
Conscious Light Film Screening
Join us for the Seattle screening of a new 65-minute documentary film on the life of Avatar Adi Da. Conscious Light offers a penetrating glimpse into the remarkable life, enlightened teachings and transforming spiritual revelation of Avatar Adi Da.
Drawing on an extensive archival collection of film, photography, and audio recordings, as well as interviews with students who lived with Adi Da and practice His Teachings, this intimate documentary takes the viewer on a journey from Adi Da’s birth through His 36 years of teaching to the legacy and relationship that remains after His passing.
Filmmakers Peter Harvey Wright and Blythe Massey have received five Awards of Merit from Impact DOCS Awards for Documentary Feature; Original Score; Viewer Impact: Content / Message Delivery; Viewer Impact: Motivational / Inspirational; and Religion / Ethics. The film has also been accepted into the Awareness Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA, running from September 27-October 7.
Sunday, October 07, 2018
7:00 PM-8:30 PM
Wyckoff Auditorium, Engineering Building, 901 12th Ave.
Seattle WA , US
Contact Person: Katherine Morse
Directions: Wyckoff Auditorium is on the second floor of the Engineering Building on the Seattle University Campus in Seattle. Enter the campus at the main entrance off 12th Ave at E. Marion St. You can park on the street for free or pay $6 for campus parking, to your left as you enter campus. To access the Engineering Building walk one block west to 11th Ave. (greenhouse in front of you in Bannan Center), turn left. The Engineering Building is the second building on your right, perpendicular to Bannan Center. Enter the Engineering Building on your right and take the elevator up to the second floor to the auditorium.
Campus map here. https://www.seattleu.edu/media/SU-Campus-Map.pdf