SACRED HISTORY for April 3rd
1990 Adi Da Samraj Gives Oral Instruction on the devotional disposition and action required to move beyond the presumptuousness of egoity.
His Divine Presence Parama-Sapta-Na Adi Da Says:
“To practice devotion to Me, you must lose face, you must ‘get out of shape’. You must bow to Me with body, emotion, mind, and breath. You must prostrate yourself before Me, and beg for devotion, and yield your egoic ‘self’ to Me, and not be satisfied with your limits.
To practice devotion to Me, you must be absolutely intolerant of your presumptuousness and your idiotic orderliness and your pretending to be your own ‘guru’, as if you are to be served by Me simply because you have come to Me. To feel that you deserve, or have somehow earned, My Divine Avataric Blessings is utterly inappropriate.
The presumptuous ego feels superior, even to the Guru. Therefore, if you are to transcend your presumptuous ego, you must animate your devotion to Me.”
Adi Da Concludes:
“Devotion to Me is something that you must do. It is not something to merely think about doing, nor is it something that, as an active ego-transcending practice, merely happens to you. It is something that you must practice, intentionally.
As you will discover, or as you perhaps have already discovered, the seed of your devotion to Me is My Gift to you. But it is not, in any particular moment, necessarily shown to you in a dramatic way. You must, as often as necessary, re- ‘Locate’ (or re-Discover) the ‘Place’ in you where I have already Given this Gift to you (there, where you inevitably respond to and spontaneously feel My Inherent ‘Bright’ Attractiveness), and then you must practice, or intentionally animate and magnify, that feeling-devotion to Me. If it is just a little ‘thread’, or only a ‘thimbleful’, then you must throw your body to the floor and yield your heart, so that the ‘vessel’ that you are becomes larger to receive My Divine Avataric Grace.
People who are rigid and not expressive of devotion to Me, and who cannot feel Me or forget their separate and separative ‘selves’ in devotional Communion with Me, cannot truly and fully use Me.” ~Adi Da Samrajashram
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