The Appearance of the World Is a Mechanical Display
ADI DA SAMRAJ: The subtle worlds are just as mechanical as this one, yet you do not even see this one as being mechanical. You think you are very creative and do your thing and so forth. But the appearance of the world is an automatic display, a dream.
Every moment is being cranked out, predetermined.
There is nothing new about this life.
It is suffering and illusion.
You know it as something in itself and so you pursue various ways of consoling yourself for it, among which are spiritual and religious paths. But you do not undo it. To undo it you must become sober, you must become free of your karmic illusion, you must become free of your path of tendency. You must become free of your consolations, your goals, the changes of state, high or low, that are desirable to you.
You must really appreciate the nature of this condition and the inherent suffering that it involves. When this freedom begins to appear, then another kind of perception arises that is intuitive in nature, not a matter of tendency, of decision, of strategy. In that new perception, all that arises is to be sacrificed and understood.
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