Videos of Meher Baba and His work
An original musical soundtrack by the Women’s Choir of Sufism Reoriented singing Meher Baba’s name combines with slowed-down footage to make this video ideal for meditation and contemplation.
An original musical soundtrack by the Women’s Choir of Sufism Reoriented singing Meher Baba’s name combines with slowed-down footage to create a timeless devotional experience.
Here Esfandiar shares his intensified experiences of the spiritual path: from moments of sublime bliss to struggles with powerful negative thoughts to his increasing understanding of the significance of the Master. He discovers that Baba knows his innermost being and that he can join the Divine Beloved deep in his heart. Esfandiar’s words carry the vibrancy of poetry as we follow this articulate young lover while he learns the nuances of the game of love. Esfandiar’s reminiscences are interspersed with period photographs, choral music, and scenes from The Prem Ashram, a play presented by Sufism Reoriented in 1981.
On the fiftieth anniversary of Baba’s accident, a four-day gathering was held in Oklahoma to commemorate this extraordinary event. Attendees shared songs, visited the accident site, heard from those who knew Baba, and enjoyed a rock concert, a dhuni fire, and more. Baba’s love and presence filled the air. This beautiful two-hour documentary honors Baba’s accident in a fresh, new way.