An Excerpt from The Overnight Revelation Of Conscious Light


from February 28:

by The Divine World-Teacher,
Ruchira Avatar Adi Da Samraj


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AVATAR ADI DA SAMRAJ: It’s not enough to know something about “Samraj Asana” in Yogic terms as I have Given it to you. You have to do it for real, responsively—and then you have to do it profoundly, consistently. Over time, for real, altogether, such that the cup gets full.

It’s not enough for it just to be a cup—it must be Filled. Realizing all that’s Realized in the in-Filling and Pervading, including being beyond this cup. Realizing that by demonstration is the real Process. It’s not a technique. It is a relationship. This relationship is the Way of Adidam.

So what is it—not only in terms of the practice—what is it as a demonstrated Process and Realization?

WILLIAM: Most fundamentally, it is Samadhi, the Samadhi of heart-Communion with You, bodily.

AVATAR ADI DA SAMRAJ: Mm-hm. By surrendering whole-bodily, psycho-physically. But it’s not a matter of being a cup that’s getting Filled. To be the cup you must be surrendered to begin with. There’s just this Filling. But it is about this Filling, and not merely about being in the cup position. It’s Filling by heart-Communion with Me, ego-forgetting Communion with Me. Live the Yoga, and that’s the proof of it—the capability to become full of this nectar, My Tangible Touching Presence, Love-Bliss.

You must become Filled to the crown. I in-Fill you from Above, but you become full from the bottom, in some sense. When the level of the wine rises, it gets to the top last—and, yet, it has to come in from the top to begin with. You see how it works.

And when it is full, there’s no more up or down, because it’s full. There’s no position relative to up or down—it’s the “Thumbs”, if I am allowed most profoundly, ego-forgettingly, given up in heart-Communion with Me. It is “intoxication” of life. But more and more so—not done occasionally, a little bit, and so forth, but truly, most profoundly done—it is Filled by Me. It is Me, in heart-Communion with Me, you see—all else Melted, such that there is utter transparency to Me.

Only when you accommodate Me, all the way down to the base, does the cup begin to become full. Not an impediment. It’s this in-Filled Realization of Me beyond egoity that is the Enjoyment of My devotee. All else is preparation. That Enjoyment is the transcending of that which is, otherwise, Raymond’s “problem”—all the change and mortality, all the inevitabilities and this and that. This relationship, this asana, this Way, this Process in heart-Communion with Me, transcends that. Not merely in attitude, but in in-Filling. To demonstrate the Way of Adidam truly, it must become a Spiritual matter of true devotion to Me—fully lived, and Yogically lived, to the point of becoming a Fullness of Me, Tangibly Present. And all the signs that come from that. Until then, the virtue of the Way of Adidam is not yet Full, and your Realization of it likewise. That Fullness must become Most Perfectly Realized, Most Perfectly Demonstrated.

No matter how much you know about the Way of Adidam, until it becomes Full of Me, literally, in this Yogic devotion, it’s only a beginning. The beginning is necessary, because there needs to be a foundation in every aspect of life. There needs to be responsibility for the gross aspects of the character, the egoic presumption, the ego-asana, “Narcissus” looking at himself.

That knot is you. It’s a pattern of point of view. It is bereft of Me. It has nothing to do with Divine Realization, Realization of Reality Itself. It’s the opposite of that asana. It is the ball, not the cup—not the open, Up-turned cup, but the ball. The whole form and feature crunched upon itself, a kind of knot of individuality.

“Samraj Asana” isn’t merely a shaping of the physical body in a certain position, such that everything then follows. “Samraj Asana” is a Yogic form. It comes about in response to devotional heart-recognition of Me, which becomes Spiritual Communion with Me. It is not ego-based, it’s not a seeker’s gesture, and so on. It’s not merely to assume a position physically and hold it—that’s not it. It’s a matter of heart-Communion with Me, transcending “self” and the self-knot, therefore. There are certain kinds of Realizations that can come about by holding oneself in place that can relate to any of the stages of life, truly. But it’s all point of view, the pattern that persists.

There must be a full cup, fully Realizing Me now, whatever the nature of the “now” is, whenever, wherever. If the cup isn’t full, you’re still working on your asana.

It must become one immense cup, indeed. All the oceans on earth are piss, compared to the size of that cup. As soon as you can get out of the way, it stops being miniaturized. An ocean is nothing. It klinks when it hits the bottom of that cup. Klinks like a tiny needle falling on a gigantic cast-iron bell bottom. Walls thousands of mile thick. What kind of reverberation are you going to get out of a needle clanking there?

The universe is indifferent to your existence. Only Existence Itself Loves you. Really get to the size of This.