The paradox of instruction an introduction to the esoteric spiritual teaching of Bubba Free John by Adi Da Samraj

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Published by Dawn Horse Press in San Francisco .

Written in English

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Includes bibliographical references.

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Statementby Bubba Free John.
SeriesVision Mound Ceremony publications
LC ClassificationsBP610 .B816 1977b
The Physical Object
Pagination326 p. :
Number of Pages326
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4566237M
ISBN 100913922285
LC Control Number77081836

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"Paradox of Instruction" by Bubba Free John, aka Adi Da, is the explanation of what we as beings are"doing" to ourselves, to perpetuate suffering by experiential inclusion of unnecessary actions of thought, word and deed eminating from karmic DNA habituation and present moment contribution to exclude ourselves from the "Real, That, Is", presently, "Now", Manifesting,Divine, God, Everything!5/5(1).

"The Paradox of Instruction," first published inis an ultra-esoteric spiritual text for the ages. As I peruse my copy, which I recently received from storage, I marvel at the penetrating spiritual insights of Bubba Free John (a.k.a. Franklin Jones, Da Free John, and finally Adi Da Samraj).

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