Vol. I $9.95


Vol. II $9.95


Letters from the Mandali of Avatar Meher Baba

Compiled by Jim Mistry

One amazing letter after another constitute these volumes, letters from Meher Baba to His lovers gleaned from an Avataric storehouse of correspondence from the 1950s through 1969, and letters after 1969 from the intimate disciples of the Avatar, who answer questions and illuminate many points from the wealth of their experience with Baba. Simply put, these volumes shine extraordinary insight upon the questions and problems faced by most lovers of the God-Man.

Cloth $25


The God-Man

C.B. Purdom

This is the most complete biography of Meher Baba available. It describes in detail the various phases of His life, journeys and spiritual work up to the 1960s: the early years; Baba’s meeting with the Perfect Masters of the time; His work with His early disciples; the beginning of His Silence and His comments on it; the period of world travel; the ten years’ work of finding and working with masts (the spiritually intoxicated); the enigmatic three-year phase of the austere and strenuous "New Life"; a complete chapter on Baba’s Final Declaration (concerning the breaking of His Silence and the imminent revolution in consciousness on earth). The book contains verbatim coverage of many exchanges between Baba and various seekers of God who approached Him, as well as conversations with His disciples and close followers. This biography bulges with discourses and explanations not elsewhere published, and it enlivens them with a flavor of the rich human context in which they were given.

Paper $6.95


The Perfect Master

C.B. Purdom

This biography, the first about Meher Baba to be published in the West, is the precursor to Purdom’s later work, The God-Man, and it includes much fascinating material not found in any other accounts of Baba’s life. The Perfect Master, which contains many rare photographs, focuses on the twenty-five years from 1911 to 1936, and it is permeated with a sense of freshness and wonder which comes from trying to write about the life of the God-Man in the very midst of His Advent on earth.

Cloth $30


The Wayfarers

Dr. William Donkin, Contains a separate map of Meher Baba's mast travels

This is the only book of its kind. It is an exciting, detailed account of Meher Baba’s work with the "God-intoxicated"-spiritually advanced souls who, overcome by the power of their inner vision, are drowned in the ecstasy of that experience. The book begins with a masterly two-part preface by Baba, distinguishing between ordinary madness and the apparent madness of some spiritually enlightened individuals. It goes on to describe the arduous travels undertaken by Baba and His disciples in search of these masts (divinely intoxicated seekers), and the behavior and character of the masts themselves, colorful, often extremely bizarre, and disarming in their predictions regarding Baba and the future of the world.

Cloth $12.95


Paper $N/A


Much Silence

Tom and Dorothy Hopkinson, Printed in England

The Hopkinsons have written a straightforward, informative introduction to the life and teachings of Meher Baba, first published in 1975. Part One is a compact biography which covers the major events in the life and work of the Avatar of the Age. Part two gives a highly readable introduction to the basic teaching of Meher Baba as elucidated by these two English disciples: His views on love, sex and marriage; on the ego; on the purpose of man’s life on earth; on the pattern of evolution running throughout all creation.