SACRED HISTORY for January 23rd

1974      The Day of the Hermitage Stand at the Mountain Of Attention

1983  Adi Da Samraj Gathers with devotees and Gives the Talk “The Grace of Indifference” (later published in The Dreaded Gom-Boo or The Imaginary Disease That Religion Seeks to Cure), wherein He Speaks about the need for tolerance and going beyond the societal impediments to the creation of a truly human and Spiritual culture.

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

“You must not draw lines anymore around ‘religions’, races, colors. Such distinctions are no longer appropriate. They are an expression of hatred and intolerance.

Provincial ‘religion’ creates a basis for intolerance along ‘religious’ and racial and national lines. Scientific materialism creates another circle, another line about human beings drawn up around your body like a sack, suggesting that you are merely flesh-born and have no other purpose of existence than fleshy fulfillment, and that human beings (therefore) should rightly be controlled by the State so that they will not get too free, too liberal, begin to move too much and shake themselves free.”

Adi Da then Says:

“You must overcome these limits. The Spiritual practitioner does not cooperate with what kills humankind. Not to cooperate with destructive forces does not mean one becomes an ascetic or a killer or a revolutionary snuffing people out. Spiritual practice has nothing to do with any of that. It is to find a place for real practice at the human level, in the miniature scale of intimate existence, but it also is to not cooperate with the negative features of human society.

You are not called to support negativity, and you should not do so. Do not be like the snake who heard a little bit of wisdom and would not even hiss. Do not submit to being destroyed, but love, cooperate, live, communicate. This is what I Advise you to do.”  ~Da Love-Ananda Mahal

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