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The Story of Me and You
The Original Genius and The Grand Performer


ADI DA SAMRAJ: The emotional-sexual ego Constantly Hunts For an other. The ego-“I” Hunts an other In Order To Be Gratified, Consoled, and Protected. 

The Compulsive Hunting For an other Is Generated By The Feelings Of Un-Happiness, Emptiness, and Separateness That Possess and Characterize the self-Contracted being.

Once an other Is Found, the ego-“I” Clings To the other, At First pleasurably, and Then Aggressively. 

The ego-“I” Depends On the other For Happiness, and, Over time, the ego-“I” Makes Greater and Greater Demands On the other For Fulfillment Of itself.

Often, In time, the other Becomes Depressed and Exhausted By This Demand (and Thus Leaves, or Dies). 

Just As Likely, the ego “I” Discovers, Over time, That the other Cannot or Will Not Satisfy The Absolute Demand For attention and Consolation. 

In That Case, the ego-“I” Feels Betrayed, and the ego-“I” Begins The Strategy Of Punishing, Rejecting, and Abandoning the other.

Every conditionally Manifested being Has Often Been The Proposed Victim Of This Strategy Of Separate and Separative selves. 


Even More, Until The Heart Gives Way To Divine Love-Bliss, 
every conditionally living being Is The Original Genius and Grand Performer 
Of This Strategy Of Separate and Separative selves. 


It Is The Strategy Of Narcissus, and It Is The Dreadful Work Of all conditionally living beings who Are Not Awake To The Truth Beyond the ego-“I.


Adi Da Samraj

The Last Avatar



From “Incarnation of Love”

1993

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