THE DAWN HORSE PRESS invites you to an evening of conversation,
presentation, personal testimonies, and refreshment to benefit
the ongoing publication of Avatar Adi Da's Wisdom. The evening
Watch a video discourse by Adi Da Samraj.
On July 28, 2004, Avatar Adi Da Samraj initiated a series
of occasions ("Avataric Discourses" or "Adidam Revelation
Discourses") at His Hermitage Sanctuary in Fiji, in which
He addressed questions from His devotees. He invited all His
devotees from around the world to participate in these occasions
via telephone and Internet broadcast. He would travel to California
to continue giving these Discourses at The Mountain Of Attention.
He would continue giving these Discourses (that responded
to devotees' questions) through October 6, 2005.
Listen to stories about serving the publication
of Adi Da's Divine Wisdom. Speakers will include Jonathan
Condit, Senior Editorial Assistant to Adi Da Samraj, and Megan
Anderson, Dawn Horse Press Editorial Manager. Adi Da worked
very directly with both Jonathan and Megan over the many years
of their service to His Word. They offer an intimate view
of the process of serving the protection and publication of
Meet staff members of the Dawn Horse Press.
Peruse our book table. Avatar Adi Da
has produced a vast body of Wisdom-Literature that addresses
literally every aspect of human, Spiritual, and Divine life.
The Dawn Horse Press is dedicated to making this Teaching
available to all. In addition to the Teachings of Avatar Adi
Da, we also carry a selection of books from the various religious
and spiritual traditions of the world.
Enjoy hors d'oeuvres and beverages.
Discover where the Dawn Horse Press has
been and the vision for its future.
This fundraising evening will introduce you to the new "Friends
and Benefactors of the Dawn Horse Press" program and other
ways to financially support the continued publication of Adi
Da's Word to ensure it is available for generations to come.
Avatar Adi Da's Wisdom has the potential to profoundly change
this world. The Dawn Horse Press has been publishing Avatar
Adi Da’s Reality-Teaching since 1972, and we know that His Work
is deeply valued by many. Yet there is much, much more to do
— many critical Works by Adi Da Samraj still need to be published,
both audio-visual and written, in both printed and digital forms.
We also need funding to reach out to those who have never been
given the opportunity to be touched by His Divine Word. You
can help us support these very important aspects of Avatar Adi
Da's Work by becoming a Benefactor of the Dawn Horse Press.
Your financial help will not only support the publication of
Adi Da Samraj’s unparalleled and vast Reality-Teaching, but
also help to bring Avatar Adi Da's Liberating Wisdom to a world
desperately in need.
We look forward to seeing you on May 19 to tell you
In the spring of 1970, Avatar Adi Da had a vision that
He understood as a sign of the future manifestation of His
own Work in the world. He witnessed a gathering in which
an Adept was demonstrating the spiritual art of materialization.
At some point, though nothing had yet appeared, everyone
except the Adept seemed satisfied and left the room.
It was only then that a small, perfectly formed horse
In 1984, Avatar Adi Da spoke
about this vision:
I was at once the Adept who performed the miracle of manifesting
the horse, and I was the one who was party to the observation
of it and its result. And I did not have any feeling of
being different from the horse itself. I was making the
horse, I was observing the horse, and I was being the horse.
Avatar Adi Da named the horse of His vision the "Dawn Horse",
explaining that it was a sign of His Work and Person taking form
in and as the conditional universe. And it became a symbol for
His Life and Work altogether as the Coinciding of the Divine Reality
and the conditional worlds.
Founded in 1972 by Avatar Adi Da, THE DAWN HORSE PRESS
was one of the earliest means Adi Da established for extending
His Work into the world. And its name, given by Adi Da Himself,
indicates the significant intention He had for its work.