The Middle Way of Adidam
“Make sure…this is…always told in every generation.” – Adi Da Samraj
Beezone introduction to “The Greatest Secret” published in The Free Daist bimonthly Journal, Vol 1, NBRS 4 & 5, December 1992 – January 1993, published by the Free Daist Communion (Adidam).
There is a Middle Way in Adidam given by Adi Da Samraj. It is a path (Sadhana) of purification and growth in The Way of the Heart. It has been given for most if not everyone and must always to be told to every generation all over the earth.
The Middle Way also called a Middle Ground is for those who are unable to make the Perfect Gesture and Embrace the Radical Way of Adidam Perfectly. The difference between the Perfect Gesture (and therefore The Perfect Practice) and the Middle Way is one of degree not of kind. The most Perfect and Direct Gesture (and Response) is ‘The Great Secret’ or ‘The Secret of Enlightenment.’ requring Perfect Surrender, Perfect Death which reveals Perfect Realization, magnifing itself as Perfect Renunciation.
The Middle Way of Adidam is for those “on the way” and is a Great Process always founded upon “The Great Secret”. The reason for the Middle Way is because of ‘unfinished business’ that still is requiring attention (and its extensions) to be disciplined and purified. The work of the Middle Way is to handle business and “let nothing be left over”. “This is how you serve your own realization; this is how you serve all beings.” One must become human before one can become spiritual.
The Middle Way is an active and conscious process founded in The Seventh Stage Way offered to householders to grow in. It is where self-transcendence, not lingering in the first three stages and “trying to work things out” is understood and disciplined. There is the Direct and Ultimate Way, and there is The Middle Way. To continue with the talk, “The Greatest Secret” given by Adi Da Samraj on December 14, 1992, continue reading.
Unfinished Business – Crazy Wisdom Magazine
Handle Your Business – The Law That Changes All
You Must Hear the Teaching Argument – Why must a gradual path be created?
perfect among the sages is identical with Me. There is
absolutely no difference between us”