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SACRED HISTORY for December 21st

1996   Adi Da Samraj Gathers with devotees and Offers a Discourse, later published in Drifted in the Deeper Land, in which He “Considers” the three traditional yanas of Buddhism and how (collectively) they only cover the first six stages of life, whereas the “Radical” Reality-Way Adi Da has Revealed is the fourth yana, the seventh stage Way, encompassing and transcending all the progressive stages of life.

His Divine Presence Parama-Sapta-Na Adi Da Says:

“The ‘Radical’ Reality-Way of Adidam (or Adidam Ruchiradam) Is the single Way that covers all of the stages of life (but not limited to the first six). Rather, the Reality-Way of Adidam encompasses all seven of the stages of life, the seventh stage of life being not merely a progression on the first six stages of life but specifically being the transcending of each and all of the first six stages of life.

The Reality-Way of Adidam is a practice that transcends the inherent limitations in each of the developmental stages of life, and, likewise and directly, transcends the ‘root’-condition, or act, that is egoity itself, or the very one that would otherwise ‘develop’ or ‘evolve’, so to speak, through the six stages of life.”

Adi Da then Says:

“The process of the Reality-Way of Adidam is fundamentally the process in depth. And, all throughout the Great Tradition of humankind, that is the principle that is ‘taken advantage of’, so to speak. It is the Law, the unique principle in the midst of conditional ‘experiencing’—the fact that there is a depth, and it is there in every present moment, to be entered into as you like.

You can live in such a fashion that you cultivate that capability that is ego-transcending practice, or the esoteric life, because there is this depth—this whole vast domain, deeper than ordinary waking awareness, which is there to be explored or (otherwise) examined and gone beyond, as in the Reality-Way of Adidam.

And this depth is always there, no matter what realm, ‘experience’, condition, or whatever, of pain or pleasure or any mode at all of ‘experiencing’—waking, or dreaming, or (ultimately) even sleeping. There is a greater depth, and that is the Reality-Way of Adidam. That Is the Heart.”  ~The Mountain Of Attention Sanctuary

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