August 27, 2016

Books about Meher Baba

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Meher Baba’s New Life

Meher Baba’s New Life Bhau Kalchuri A comprehensive account of the extraordinary and often mystifying story of a period of Meher Baba’s life known as the New Life. The New Life began on October 16, [… Next …]

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Growing up with God

Sheela’s father Bhau Kalchuri joined Meher Baba as one of the mandali in 1953. Four years later, Baba called Sheela and her family to live in his near proximity. The Kalchuris had many opportunities to be in the Beloved’s presence, and Sheela’s first-person account paints a vivid, intimate portrait of life near Meher Baba, from the perspective of a child and teenager. [… Next …]

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Chanji’s Diaries

The contents of Chanji’s Diaries are wide ranging. Many of the diaries were kept in inexpensive little notebooks and pads of paper, whatever was available to Chanji, particularly in times when he was travelling with Baba and resources were few. Some of the diaries are extensive and others consist of only a few pages or with little written on each page. The diary numbering system was applied some years ago and does not entirely reflect a chronological order. [… Next …]

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The Empty Chair

Meher Baba’s 1969 Darshan. In April-June 1969, an extraordinary event took place in India: the “last” Darshan of Avatar Meher Baba. The announcement had gone out to His lovers in the fall of 1968, plans for the event were made . . . and then Baba dropped His body on January 31, 1969. Yet the Avataric Show went on, and what a Show it was [… Next …]

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Donkin’s Diaries

Donkin first joined Avtar Meher Baba in India in 1939 as a young doctor from England — and remained with Him for 30 years, until his death in 1969. He was the author of The Wayfarers, the remarkable account of Avatar Meher Baba’s work with the Masts (god-intoxicated) in India. [… Next …]

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As Only God Can Love

One of the earliest of Meher Baba’s American disciples, Darwin Shaw presents here a phenomenal memoir of a man who has lived in the world but has spent most of his life following and personally serving the being he instantly recognized as the Christ. Darwin was twenty-four when he first heard of Meher Baba and twenty-six when he met Baba in 1934. [… Next …]

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Treasures from the Meher Baba Journals

A collection of articles reprinted from the monthly magazine Meher Baba Journals, published at Meher Baba’s ashram in India from 1938 to 1942. Selections include accounts of Meher Baba’s work and activities, spiritual essays by Meher Baba’s devotees and many short discussions by Meher Baba. [… Next …]

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Glimpses of the God Man

Describes Meher Baba’s travels in India and his work with masts and spiritual pilgrims. Meher Baba’s Fiery Life phase and his nine-month stay in the north Indian town of Dehra Dun, where he issued “The Master’s Prayer” and his important message, “The Highest of the High.” [… Next …]

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The Beloved

Essentially a pictorial biography, this book offers a clear, easy-to-read introduction to Meher Baba’s life and work, including fascinating details not found in other biographies, such as a family tree charting the sometimes complex network of Meher Baba’s close relatives. Lavishly illustrated with 165 photographs covering every stage of Baba’s life. [… Next …]

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The Wonders of Silence

Dr. Moorty, the man Meher Baba called “the Talkative Disciple of the Silent Master,” when he gave talks to Sufis on both coasts. In the book, following Meher Baba’s command, he writes about his life in association with the Avatar. In the second edition, he adds a final section in which he describes [… Next …]

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