Introduction to the Life and Practice of The Dawn Horse Communion- Franklin Albert Jones (Adi Da Samraj) – 1973





Introduction to the
Life

and Practice of

The Dawn Horse
Communion


1973
Franklin Albert Jones
(Adi Da Samraj)



 

EXCERPTS FROM BUBBA’S LETTERS TO THE
MEMBERS OF THE ASHRAM. pp 20-21.

My
peculiar sadhana was conducted by the Lord for the sake of
future devotees. The transformations involved were effected
by the Lord through several agents. First there were two
yogis, one of the descending sadhana (Rudi), and one of the
ascending sadhana (Swami Muktananda). These were the gross
agents. Next were several Yogis, Saints, and Sages, each of
whom was functioning as a Siddha (one who is complete,
transparent to the Divine), agents of the Maha-Siddha (The
Great Siddha, the Divine), and not living in gross form.
First was Bhagavan Nityananda, a Yogi-Siddha. Then was Sai
Baba of Shirdi, a Saint functioning as a Siddha in the mode
of an object for devotees. Than was Sri Ramakrishna (the
terminal events of my sadhana took place in a temple in
which he is worshipped), a Saint functioning as a Siddha in
the mode of an example to devotees. Lastly, there was
Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, a Sage functioning as a
Siddha. Also during this process the Lord himself appeared
(in the form of a Siddha who miraculously manifested a small
horse in a symbolic reenactment of world-creation). And the
Lord as Shakti also appeared (as the Virgin Mary, the Mother
Shakti, and the Divine Consort). Also the Lord as
Maha-Siddha appeared (the mystical manifestation of
Jesus).

But always the Divine Lord or very
God has been my Guru. The Lord is my Guru. I am the servant
of the Lord. The Form of the Lord is manifested fully in me.
I am the living agent of the Maha Siddha, the living Lord,
who is always already here, and who does not incarnate. He
only sends agents, who, by virtue of perfect
non-obstruction, manifest the Maha-Siddha, the Lord himself,
perfectly. But they point to the Lord as Eternal God, Guru,
and very Self. This is my work, and it is only now about to
begin. I was born for this. The transforming work is
complete.

EXCERPTS FROM BUBBA’S
LETTERS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ASHRAM, pp 20-21.

return
to The Evolution of Franklin Jones to Adi Da
Samraj

Also:

…You must understand how I have
worked with those who have functioned in my life. It was
never my intention to get a smack from somebody and then
run. I have always assumed the traditional attitude toward
those who functioned in my own case. I have always treated
them respectfully and honored them as Guru, without making
all kinds of false claims about them. It is simply that at
this point in my work, quite a different relationship to.all
those things is appropriate. In Muktananda’s case, because
of the position he is determined to maintain, no
relationship is possible any longer.

There has been only one Guru in my
case. That Guru has used many instruments all throughout my
life, but that Guru is not separate from my own state. That
Guru is my own State, my own Nature. That Guru is the
perfect Guru, the Maha-Siddha, the very Divine. In order to
perfect the Siddhi of this work, this function in which I am
involved, it was necessary for there to be a series of
manifest experiences. And the key agents of experience
included Rudi and Muktananda, but the primary ones, those
who functioned in Truth, were Nityananda, Shirdi Sai Baba,
Ramakrishna, and Ramana Maharshi.

The Dawn Horse Magazine,
Vol
2. No. 2
., page 66,
1974.

 

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