The Dawn Horse Testament (1991) – Adi Da Samraj – Da Avabhasa




The
Dawn Horse
Testament

The Testament Of
Secrets
Of The Divine World Teacher
and True Heart-Master,
Da Avabhasa
(The “Bright”.)

November 1991
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Chapter 26

And keep your feeling -attention in my love-bliss

In the way of the heart, the essence of the conscious
process, in its spiritually awakened form, is this: keep
attention in the grace-given love-bliss, and thereby release
mind and body into the condition of love-bliss itself.

If and when my devotee enters the “advanced” fourth stage
of life in the way of the heart, the primary means for
keeping attention in the grace-given love-bliss is either
the conscious process of technically “elaborate”
self-enquiry at the ajna door or the conscious process of
mahamantra meditation at the ajna door or the technically
“simpler” conscious process of self-enquiry at the ajna door
or the technically “simpler” conscious process of true
prayer at the ajna door. And the secondary seeing-means for
keeping attention in the grace-given love-bliss includes the
continuation of all the kinds of daily functional,
practical, relational, and cultural disciplines, as well as
the continuation of the various yogic exercises of
spirit-conductivity.

When, in the way of the heart, spiritually activated
meditation is engaged at the ajna door, it becomes ascending
meditation.

In the way of the heart, the primary intention of
ascending meditation is to transcend thoughts and sensations
by contemplating the place, source, carrier, spirit-current,
or spirit-matrix in which thoughts and sensations are
arising.

When you are given to practice the way of the heart in
this manner, instead of following thoughts and sensations
themselves, always trace thoughts and sensations to their
mysteriously “objective” point and space of origin
above.

When you are given to practice the way of the heart in
this manner, freely allow thoughts and sensations to arise,
but do not passively indulge in them.

When you are given to practice the way of the heart in
this manner, constantly control and concentrate attention at
the ajna door and above with random self-enquiry and
re-cognition, or otherwise with one or another form of the
mahamantra i will describe to you, or else with one or
another form of the technically “simpler”, or even
“simplest”, conscious process.

In the way of the heart, this practice of ascended
concentration tends to become thought-transcending and
sensation-transcending feeling-contemplation of the inherent
love-bliss of the by me revealed spirit-current above.

When mind-seeking and sensation-seeking become relaxed by
these means, the simple truth of inherent identification
with the witness-position of consciousness will become
spontaneously and steadily obvious, and the “perfect
practice” of the way of the heart will really begin.

 

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