On Liberation from ego and egoic Society, or, Cooperation + Tolerance = Peace

(Abridged) Essay by The Divine World-Teacher, Ruchira Avatar Adi Da Love-Ananda Samraj


The path of egocentricity is recognizable as separativeness, or the complex avoidance of relationship (or avoidance of the life-condition of inherent relatedness, or of universally patterned dependency within, and upon, the Indivisible Unity of Light-Energy Itself). Thus, the characteristics of the path of egocentricity are the struggle between the life-motives of childish dependency and adolescent independence, and the constant dramatization of every kind of seeking (based on chronic self-contraction, and the subsequent chronic sense of unfulfilled and threatened existence).

The egocentric life is characterized by delusion, fear, sorrow, anger, self-suffering, and the constantly alternating cycles of hope and despair relative to the ever-wanting need for “reasons” for hope, faith, and love. Even all the possible strategic religious resistance to “self” and world only reinforces the self-mind, because the strategy of resistance only duplicates suffering in its stark disciplines--but the only-by-Me Revealed and Given Way of Adidam inherently transcends confrontation with “self” and world.

Therefore, the only-by-Me Revealed and Given Way of Adidam is not the perennial path of the search for Peace. Rather, the only-by-Me Revealed and Given Way of Adidam is the Way of Inherent Peace

This essay is part of Avatar Adi Da's book Eleutherios (The Only Truth That Sets The Heart Free) which is available to purchase from the Adidam Emporium.