Deep Meditator, Strong Transmission, Limited Audience
Anadi's understanding of meditation states is excellent. His samadhi is real. He can transmit to students.
This was filed under Con and not Pro with some consideration to give those who seek him out some valid points so they don't waste their time. He won't want to waste his either.
He is not interested in the world outside his path. That is OK. Many yogis don't care about society either. He has spent his life separate from regular life. The desire to transcend has left him with little appreciation for human existence.
It seems his natural aloofness strongly influenced his interpretation of spirituality. This is a powerful path, but it can attract people who are quite uninterested in anything but their path. That is a matter of preference then.
He does think he has the best way and the rest of the planet is mostly full of spiritual garbage. This makes it a bit militant and separatist. He believes he has evolved beyond all previous traditions. Who am I to say he hasn't, but it can have an arrogance about it. This may work for some hard core meditators who believe in his vision and maybe don't care about the personality of the teacher.
He believes completely in what he teaches. It is his way. It comes out of very hard work in other traditions. He studied the buddha and others intensely. He is extremely smart and has penetrated things most people cannot understand.
The path is direct meditation within his framework for consciousness. It is not full of techniques, you must sit. The energy of his transmission communicates a distinctly unearthly state. It is not like shaktipat.
He has picked apart the process of meditation completely. He has some very profound direct knowledge. He doesn't know everything and suits only specific types. His cosmology and map of awakening is his own. It did not strike me as integrated with human life and thus not for me, but that's a personal choice.
Not for bhakti yogis or those easily offended.