SACRED HISTORY for September 23rd
1981 Adi Da Samraj Writes the Essay “The Three Ways of Buddhism”, which is later published in Nirvanasara.
His Divine Presence, Parama-Sapta-Na Adi Da, Writes:
“In the Buddhist tradition there are three primary Ways—the Hinayana, Mahayana, and Vajrayana (or the Ways of the Arhat, the Bodhisattva, and the Mahasiddha).
- The Hinayana Way of the Arhats is the Way of the transcending of sympathetic (and, ultimately, sorrowful) attachment to conditional ‘self’, its relations, and its ‘worlds of experience’. It is the ‘masculine’ Way of uncompromising abandonment or the transcending of the motives of sympathy or desire.
- The Mahayana Way of the Bodhisattva is the Way of the transcending of angry rejection of the conditional ‘self’, its relations, and its ‘worlds of experience’. It is the ‘feminine’ Way of ego-surrender and compassionate service.
- The Vajrayana Way of the Mahasiddhas is the Way of the transcending of both sympathetic attachment and angry rejection, or all the positives and negatives relative to the conditional ‘self’, its relations, and its ‘worlds of experience’. It is the magical Way of the powers inherent in the male-female unity (or the unity and equanimity of polarized opposites).
Beyond and Prior to these is Divine Enlightenment Itself, or Self-Realization of the Divine Reality, Which Is, under one Name or another, the Ultimate Goal of all the Wisdom-traditions.” ~Da Love-Ananda Mahal
2006 Adi Da Samraj Writes the first Essay, “Divine Adidam Is Inside Out”, for the Revelation-Text that becomes The Aletheon. ~Adi Da Samrajashram
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