June 29, 2016
No Picture
Books By Meher Baba

Infinite Intelligence

The publication of Infinite Intelligence – by “Meher Baba” is truly an historic publishing event. The material comes from previously unpublished manuscripts dating back to 1926. The material was first discoverd shortly after Meher Baba [… Next …]

No Picture
Books By Meher Baba

God Speaks by Meher Baba

God Speaks is a vivid description of the theory of creation….using the “Sufi”, “Mystic” and “Vedantic” terminologies at the same time to explain the deepest secrets … evolution and involution in seven planes of consciousness [… Next …]

No Picture
Books By Meher Baba

In God’s Hand

IN GOD’S HAND. This facsimile edition reproduces in full color a 39-page manuscript in Meher Baba’s own handwriting, probably authored in 1925. The subject matter is metaphysical, concerning God as Natural Light, Natural Darkness, Unnatural [… Next …]

No Picture
Books By Meher Baba

Discourses by Meher Baba

A spiritual classic, in print since the 1940s, Meher Baba’s Discourses throw the light of true knowledge on many of life’s most perplexing problems. Inspiring and practical, the Discourses provide an ever-fresh framework of spiritual [… Next …]

No Picture
Books By Meher Baba

The Everything and the Nothing

his little book carries 65 of Meher Baba’s messages from the early 60s. The East West Gathering, where thousands of Eastern and Western lovers were brought together in one massive darshan is detailed. “These Discourses [… Next …]

No Picture
Books By Meher Baba

Lord Meher Biography of Meher Baba

Lord Meher, the 20-volume biography of Avatar Meher Baba. !! All 6,742 pages of Avatar Meher Baba’s Biography “Lord Meher” are currently also available online. For those who would like to buy a Print version [… Next …]

No Picture
Featured

Mehera

The life story of this central feminine figure in Meher Baba’s close circle is told in her own words in a sweet and poignant memoir published just before her death in 1989. Along with intimate glimpses of the daily domestic life of Meher Baba’s women mandali . . [… Next …]