Who is Robert Adams?

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Article by David Godman     Robert Adams on self-enquiry
The Wanderling (Independent Biography of Robert Adams)http://the-wanderling.com/adams.html
Jane Adams
Original artwork and remembrances
Non Duality Magazine  -  Interview with Alan Jacobs

A lovely interview where Alan discusses his experience meeting Robert and Nicole in Sedona, Arizona.

*Interview conducted by Paula Marvellyhttp://www.nondualitymagazine.org/nonduality_magazine.alanjacobs.robertadams.htm
A personal remembrance by Luis De SantiagoLuis_De_Santiago.html
Ramana Periya Puranam 
written by V. Ganesan (grand nephew of Ramana Maharshi)V_Ganesan.html
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Alan Jacobs:  “The best biography of him that I know is on the web, posted on The Wanderling website” http://the-wanderling.com/adams.html


Article about Robert Adams in “The Mountain Path” (a quarterly Journal founded in 1964 by Arthur Osborne and published by Ramanasramam)

“Robert Adams was an American Self-realized teacher, who was born in 1928 in the Bronx and died in 1997 in Sedona, Arizona.  Beyond any shadow of a doubt, Robert was a Self-realized jnani.  You could feel the power of love and peace in his presence”.  - Alan Jacobs

*artwork by Jane Adams