July 23, 2024
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Books about Meher Baba

Donkin’s Diaries

Donkins DiariesDonkin 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. Donkin’s diaries of the war years with Meher Baba are beautifully illustrated with over 100 photographs and endnotes which give further insight into this period. [… More info …]

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As Only God Can Love

As Only God Can LoveOne 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. [… More info …]

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General and Biographies

Francis Brabazon

Francis Brabazon a modern Hafiz. By Ross KeatingRoss Keating does a thorough and very professional job of detailing the life of Francis Brabazon, Australian poet whom Meher Baba called “my Hafiz”, and who lived with Meher Baba at Meherazad for ten years. Brabazon is best known to Baba followers as the author of Stay With God, which Baba called “the second most important book next to God Speaks. Keating traces Brabazon’s life through his initial interest in Sufism to his connection with Ivy Duce, Murshida of Sufism-Reoriented.. [… More info …]

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Treasures from the Meher Baba Journals

Treasures from the Meher Baba JournalsA 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. [… More info …]

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Glimpses of the God Man

Glimpses of the God Man By Bal NatuDescribes 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.” [… More info …]

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The Beloved

The Beloved By Naosherwan AnzarEssentially 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. Naosherwan Anzar first met Avatar Meher Baba as a child and spent much time with Him, and in writing this book he draws from many sources. From the earliest times Meher Baba instructed various of His disciples to keep extremely detailed diaries, transcribing verbatim all of His talks. Thus, Naosherwan was able to supplement his own personal knowledge and experience of Meher Baba with the invaluable information contained in these diaries. [… More info …]

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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 [… More info …]

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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, [… More info …]

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Mehera

The life story of Mehera, 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 . . [… More info …]

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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 . . [… More info …]

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