SACRED HISTORY for August 5th
1987 Adi Da Samraj Gathers with devotees and “Considers” how everyone and everything transmits its own state to everything else, and how the State of the Real-God-Realizer is the highest, most auspicious Transmission to participate in.
His Divine Presence Parama-Sapta-Na Adi Da Says:
“Everyone transmits. All of you are transmitters. Each one of you emits invisible forces. Those forces are locked up in your limited messages, and they reinforce the same limitations in others.
People are all indulging in a kind of ‘communion’ with one another, and the state of the ‘world’ proves the potency of this ‘transmission’.
Realizers of one or another degree of Spiritual development likewise (by nature) spontaneously Transmit What they Are. What they have Realized Transmits Itself, subtly as well as grossly, by what they do, by what they are, by what they feel. Those less developed, transmit their realization, and those more developed transmit their more advanced Realization.
Because I have Realized That Which Is Inherently Perfect, I Transmit That Condition to you. Such Transmission is inevitable, and It is an absolute Law. This is why traditionally it is said that the best thing you can do, among all the things you must do—and you must do many things—the best among them, the chief among them, is to spend time in the Company of a Real-God-Realizer.”
Adi Da goes on to Say:
“Everything transmits: the stones transmit, the sky does, the TV does.
Since everything and everyone transmits states of ‘existence’, since life, or ‘existence’ itself, is participation in transmissions of all kinds, the best thing you can do is to associate with the greatest possible Transmission.
Since everything is transmission, spend time in the Company of the One Who Spontaneously Transmits That Which Is Inherently Perfect and Ultimate. This is the great rule, the Great Law, the Ultimate Principle of the Great Tradition.” ~Adi Da Samrajashram
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