Most Difficult Stage


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Adi Da Samraj (Bubba Free
John)
Whole
Body of Enlightenment

– The Sacrifice of Man – page 338

The Most
Difficult Stage

In the Great Process of the Way of
Divine Ignorance, body and mind are ecstatically released or
surrendered into Life, or the Fullness of Divine Radiance.
Thus, as the Process matures, the structures and functions
of the body-mind first awaken and then become a sacrifice
into their Source-Condition.

The most difficult stage is the one
of transition from Lawless, subhuman existence to the
responsible beginning of spiritual life in the Way of Divine
Communion. After that, the whole affair is more creative and
freely voluntary. Thus, in the earliest stages of life,
where personal, moral, and religious preparation is
developed, much attention still remains in reactive and
self-indulgent physical, emotional, and mental patterns. But
as the stages of true practice of the Way develop, there is
less and less of the mechanical and self-conscious
attachment to the structures of the body-mind.

As the Way of Relational Enquiry
develops, the entire lower body-mind becomes Awake in the
prior Fullness of the Divine. Thus, social, dietary, sexual,
and other areas of habit and obsession gradually relax and
are sublimed through ecstatic Communion with the Divine. As
a result, by the time the devotee makes the transition to
the Way of Re-cognition, there is no longer any overriding
need to indulge such habits, and he can easily and naturally
maintain a daily practice that is wholly regenerative,
moderate, and free of the accumulating effects of
enervation, toxicity, distraction, reactivity, doubt, and
unlove.


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The
Great Transition
-The most
profound transition