Adi Da Samraj


"If you believe that you are just dead when you die, you will cease to love, and love is sufficient wisdom.

I, like many others, have seen that we are not just the body. I am certain that you will survive. But I don't want you to just believe that. I want you to intuit the Reality of your Condition, which is Love.

We are human beings, awakened to this mortal condition, subject to all of these influences. No information shouts itself out of the clouds. Our awareness for the most part is in everything that is below the heart.

How should you create your life? Create it on the basis of what you can be associated with, what you can understand, what you can Realize through Love. That is my fundamental communication.

That is a great gesture, a manly gesture, a womanly gesture. Since you are unable to love absolutely, you must respond to this Teaching below the heart, at the level of your experience, in your loving, your real human relations. Actually, that is enough, because it involves you in the midst of experience with a gesture that is Free, that overcomes the complication of mortality.

My business is to enter into friendly relations. You are all very beautiful to me. I love my men and women friends. It is not consoling, but I like it. So if you commit yourself to this Way in a most enthusiastic fashion, you may Realize a Destiny that I cannot possibly enjoy. Because I am coming back here. I cannot leave this place. I cannot stay away from here for an hour. I am always incarnate."

Da Free John, December 25, 1977

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  Adi Da, Ramana Maharshi, Nityananda, Shridi Sai Baba, Upasani Baba,  Seshadri Swamigal , Meher Baba, Sivananda, Ramsuratkumar
"The perfect among the sages is identical with Me. There is absolutely no difference between us"
Tripura Rahasya, Chap XX, 128-133



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