An Overview of
Real God Is The Indivisible Oneness Of Unbroken Light

by The Adidam Writer’s Guild

In Real God Is The Indivisible Oneness Of Unbroken Light (the opening volume of The Seventeen Companions Of The True Dawn Horse), Avatar Adi Da Samraj Offers us His intellectually rigorous "Consideration"—and His deeply ecstatic Revelation—of Who (or What) God really Is.

Avatar Adi Da uses the term "Real God" as a way of indicating that He is speaking of the Fundamental Reality of Existence—not of any Deity (or Principle) that is a projection of human desires, hopes, or fears (or a product of a mental process of conceptualizing).

Thus, in Avatar Adi Da's language, "Real God" is synonymous with "Truth" and "Reality". His most basic definition of Real God (or Truth, or Reality)—a definition remarkably free of any kind of cultural, religious, or philosophical bias—is "That Which Is Always Already The Case". This Spiritual "equation":

Real God = Truth = Reality = That Which Is Always Already The Case

is expounded by Him in a powerfully "mantric" series of declarations:

Notwithstanding whatever is conditionally experienced,
or known, or believed—Reality Is, Always and Already.

Only Reality Is Real God.

Reality Is, Necessarily, Truth.

Only Truth Is Real God.

Real God Is Reality and Truth.

Real God Is The God Of Reality and Truth.

Real God Is The God That Is Reality and Truth.

Reality and Truth Is That Which Is Always Already The Case.

Real God Is That Which Is Always Already The Case.

The title of this book—Real God Is The Indivisible Oneness Of Unbroken Light—is a beautifully poetic and precise summary of Avatar Adi Da's Revelation of the Nature of Real God. Through this title, Avatar Adi Da is telling us that His "Consideration" of the Nature of Real God addresses the full range of profound human responses to God (or Truth, or Reality)—not only the deepest intuitions of religion that God Is "Oneness", but also the ultimate conclusion of science that Reality is fundamentally "Light". And He is (further) Revealing to us that That Oneness is Perfectly "Indivisible" (not in any sense "divided" from the world, or from any being or thing), and That Light is Perfectly "Unbroken" (not in any sense affected by the apparent "breaking" of the White "Brightness" of Light Itself into the colors of the spectrum).

In making His Revelations about Reality, Truth, and Real God, Avatar Adi Da is not asking us to merely believe what He says—for Reality, Truth, and Real God cannot be rightly known through any process of mere belief. Rather, He is Calling us to examine the Nature of Reality, and (on that basis) to participate in the Process of Realizing Real God. That Process of Real-God-Realization is the Process of Divine "En-Light-enment", whereby the Supremely "Bright" Conscious Light—Which is the Divine Source and Substance of all of worlds and beings—literally Infuses, Transforms, and (ultimately) Outshines the apparent individual.