I have the book "Gurukatha prasanga" where disciples are asking Babaji Maharaj questions and he answers. Some of it was very interesting, but I found myself saying "Whaaaaat???" a lot of the time. I thought it was just because of the language barrier, but now it seems that might not be the only issue. Babaji Maharaj's kirtans, on the other hand, seem more clear. Multilayered, sure, and at times quite opaque... but somehow simpler. In his recorded conversations he seems very loving but also elusive and strict, even stern. But in kirtan, his words are boiling honey. Dadu Maharaj is an enigma and I am eternally intrigued.
Sorry, I am just now reading this thread. I have been very occupied with family stuff the last couple of weeks.
I would be more than happy to send copies of the lectures your way, Nitaiji! Unfortunately I wasn't able to make it over to Kirksville due to lack of $$ and mode of transportation. I sure hoped to... well, maybe next time.
Did you ever receive these CDs from Bisakha? Receive any from Sakhicaran along with the books? Of course, I'm extremely happy that Sakhicaranji is no longer with us. I'm hoping that some of, if not all of his library and CDs made it into good hands, such that they can be translated/distributed etc. Anyone know of any info on this?
"Unless I am able to analyze the unconscious aspects of the society in which I live, I cannot know who I am, because I don't know which part of me is not me." - Erich Fromm