If my argument relative to divine ignorance is “considered” at the beginning of the Way of the Heart, it allows an intuitive glimpse of the self-radiant, self-existing, and divine condition, and that glimpse or intuition acts to magnify and perpetuate the impulse toward perfectly self-transcending god-realization.
That intuitive glimpse of the transcendental divine reality or self-condition can be regenerated in any moment by formally pondering my argument relative to divine ignorance and on that basis, and in any moment, simply by means of self-surrendering, self-forgetting, and self-transcending feeling-contemplation of my divine-ignorance revealing bodily form.
Such intuitive glimpsing of the divine self-condition is like the intuitive glimpsing of reality as it may be awakened in any moment of practice in the Way of the Heart by “considering” my argument associated with the first stage of the “perfect practice”, and which argument is epitomized by the proposition that you always already are, in this and every moment, the conscious witness of body, mind, and conditions, inherently free of identification with conditional existence.
All such intuitive glimpses of the divine self-condition, and all my arguments that permit or awaken those intuitive glimpses of the divine self-condition, are profound and useful motivators of the real process of practice in the Way of the Heart, but until that self-transcending practice fulfills itself, the arguments relative to divine ignorance and consciousness itself are only temporary awakeners that point toward the sixth stage of life and the seventh stage of life.
Adi Da Samraj