June 24, 2017
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Books about Meher Baba

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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Three Incredible Weeks with Meher Baba

A diary account of Meher Baba’s “men’s meeting” at Meherabad in September 1954, written by the American mystical poet Malcolm Schloss and the English scholar Charles Purdom. At this gathering Meher Baba gave his Final Declaration and important discussions about his advent and work as the Avatar, all of which are reproduced in this small, [… Next …]

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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 …]

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Love Alone Prevails

Kitty Davy, one of the earliest of Meher Baba’s western disciples, weaves the story of fifty of her years with Meher Baba. She starts with her 1931 meeting with him in London, goes on to accounts of traveling and the fifteen years she spent with him in India and finally to America where she became an integral part of the life of the Meher Spiritual Center . . [… Next …]

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Listen Humanity

American business executive Don Stevens describes the atmosphere and events of a 1955 sahavas gathering with Meher Baba in India. Part II contains essays by Meher Baba on central issues of life: war, freedom, death and afterlife, love and God .. [… Next …]

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Just To Love Him

Adi K. Irani dedicated himself to Meher Baba when he was still in his teens and during his long lifetime served Baba in many roles, including many years as Baba’s personal secretary. This is a collection of excerpts from talks Adi gave to the public, in which he shared his love for and experience with the Avatar. [… Next …]

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How a Master Works

From 1947 until her passing in 1981, Ivy Duce was the Murshida (leader) of a Sufi lineage in the West which Meher Baba recreated under his guidance as Sufism Reoriented. Murshida Duce was a central figure in many phases of Meher Baba’s work, not only as a disciple of the Master but also as the only spiritual teacher directly appointed by Meher Baba [… Next …]

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The Divine Humanity of Meher Baba

In this delightful little book Bill Le Page brings us stories of Indian families and individuals who were exceptionally close to Meher Baba and who experienced his divine humanity. The stories describe the way Meher Baba entered the daily lives of these close ones in the most natural and human ways, becoming the center of their existence. [… Next …]

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The Dance of Love: My Life with Meher Baba

A ballerina with Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes and a noted teacher of ballet, Miss Craske met Meher Baba on his first visit to England, in 1931. She then spent “seven wonderful but battering years” at his ashram in India before settling in New York to resume her distinguished career in the world of dance. She writes with wit and charm of more than 50 years as Meher Baba’s disciple. [… Next …]

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Conversations with The Awakener

Bal Natu, a retired schoolteacher now living at Meherazad, first met Meher Baba in the 1940s. The author of Glimpses of the God-Man has fashioned his personal meditations into a series of delightful intimate internal dialogues with Meher Baba about the spiritual life. [… Next …]

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