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My "Bright" Word

Discourses from the Divine Siddha-Method of the Ruchira Avatar
Paperback Book
Publisher: 
Dawn Horse
 | 
June, 2007
ISBN:
9781570972058
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$33.50 CAD
Publisher’s Description: 

In My "Bright" Word, a new edition of the collection of classic spiritual discourses originally published as The Method of the Siddhas, Avatar Adi Da elucidates the fundamentals of "radical" self-understanding, or "His Revelation of the Way of Adidam." These include:

The basic principle of egoic existence, the search, which Avatar Adi Da later communicated in its simplest terms: "You want to feel goodbecause you feel bad. Therefore, you are seekingin order to feel good."

The essential ego-fault and the means for overcoming it: (1) Truth cannot be realized by seeking for it. The seeking itself is the problem. When there is no seeking, Truth (or Reality) is obvious. (2) Freedom (or Divine Liberation) is not dependent on any objective entity or process. Freedom (or Divine Liberation) is always already the case.

The single logic of egoic life: the logic (or process) of separation itself, of enclosure and immunity, informs every function of the living being, every experience, every act, every event.

The grace-given process of "radical" self-understanding: observe your own self-contracting activity. Understand your own self-contracting activity. Transcend your own self-contracting activity.

In modern language, this volume teaches the ancient all-time trans-egoic truth, transforming the student by paradox and by example. Consciousness, understanding, and finally the awakened self are the potential rewards."In these discourses from His early Teaching Years, Adi Da Samraj communicates an exquisite summary of His ""radical"" Teaching-Revelation, and He passionately offers to everyone the gift of the heart-relationship to Him as the means of Divine Liberation.

He says: You want to feel good-because you feel bad. Therefore, you are seeking-in order to feel good. Truth cannot be Realized by seeking for it. The seeking itself is the problem. When there is no seeking, Truth (or Reality) is Obvious. Freedom (or Divine Liberation) Is Always Already the Case.

’In modern language, this volume teaches the ancient all-time trans-egoic truths. It transforms the student by paradox and by example. Consciousness, understanding, and finally the awakened Self are the rewards. What more can anyone want?’ Elmer Green, Ph.D.

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