Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:34

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So the teacher nailed him to the floor and waited and after two and half hours, the Swami opened his eyes and looks around, “See teacher, I don’t see anything or hear anything.” Guru says, “Alright, look at your foot.” He looked at his foot and there it was nailed, he couldn’t pull it out. He says, “Well I’ll pull the nail out for you now. I’ll heal the foot, but I’ll leave the scar as a momento of how deep in God you are.” He felt no pain and knew no pain, but that was how deep the man was in God, totally liberated. If you see the Swami, and my wife has seen him, we were both initiated by him, the texture of the man’s skin is like a baby just born. There’s not a single grey hair on his head and he has the buoyancy of a young boy just bumbling with love. Now if I can reach 86 years and look like that, I’m very thankful that I followed the path of conscious death because this would mean I’ve learned how to free myself from the involvement, freed while living. Now if this is an indication of what lies ahead of higher and more emergence because when this body has thrown off corruption and taken on non-corruption, that’s a higher emergence.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:34)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:32

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When I was initiated by Swami Ananda, he told me an interesting story of this conscious death. He was initiated a boy of 14 years of age and he practiced his meditation for years until he was 65. During that time he never saw anything in his meditation or heard anything. It was totally darkness in there. Out of respect for his teacher that gave him the technique, he kept on doing it. At the age of 65, he went to see his teacher. Now his teacher was 45 when he was 14. Now he’s 65 and his teacher is still around, he’s a pretty young man you know. So he said to his teacher, “Sir I don’t see anything, I don’t hear anything, and I haven’t made any progress on the spiritual path in God. I’m not free from this involvement, this entrapment.” So the teacher said to him, “You have. You have.” He says no. Then he says, “Tell me how long can you meditate?” He says well I can… “Without fidgeting.” That’s interesting, without fidgeting. He says, “For two and a half hours.” So the teacher says, “Show me.” So he sat down and he started to meditate. After one hour… He was sitting like this, in this position, so his foot was crossed. The teacher took a nail and a hammer and nailed, it… the leg right to the floor, through the calf and waited. Now imagine in India they don’t have nice bright shiny nails you know. A good rusty one would give you gangrene anytime.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:32)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:30

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If sleep is unconscious and the final death leaves you unconscious, then to live and die daily must be a different kind of death. It must leave you something else. It can’t leave you unconscious. If it leaves you unconscious then they will bury you or cremate you. That type of death is conscious death. It is an art in which like the caterpillar spinning its own cocoon around itself emerges and when it emerges we see a distinct transformation cellular-wise. When the Soul is returning back to its Creator and emerging from the involvement by conscious death, the first distinct transformation of that being is cellular, not miracles. The first distinct indication of emergence is a cellular change. The scriptures talk of an emergence, a transformation, but it’s a cellular transformation. There’s a distinct physical change that occurs in the body.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:30)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:28

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And the word Yogi means an individual who is in union with God. Slow paced means he’s not fully conscious and is moving at a snail’s rate, but when man is conscious of this particular movement in his body, he emerges into God and become a Son of God. Therefore there must be some method that this body is performing when we are unconscious, when we are asleep, that is propelling us into God gradually and is something that has to be awakened to our conscious mind in order to propel us quicker in order to emerge from the pull of creation and the desire. When we are sound asleep this energy revolves around the spine. It’s pulled in and you feel you’re in a deep state of relaxation, but you have no control. So sleep is called the little death and the final sleep is called the final death, but what is that ability to live and die daily? What kind of death is that?
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:28)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:26

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So we see emergence is based on that art of how to die consciously in the body while in this creation in order to gain liberation. Therefore Paul said, “I do it daily.” That means constantly he knew how to shut this thing down, this body, this mechanism. He was aware of shutting it down. It was a daily process with him. In our Book of Revelation they mention the seven candlesticks before the throne of God and in Eastern writings they mention the chakras and we know them as centers or vortices of energy along the spinal column. When the energy revolves around that area consciously, we are doing exactly what the caterpillar is doing by spinning its cocoon around itself to emerge as a butterfly, when we do it consciously. Now, Yukteswar said when He was in the body, “Man is Yogi at night when he’s sound asleep and gaining emergence in his Creator, but he’s a slow pace Yogi.”
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:26)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:24

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Breath is linked with suspension. Breath is linked with action. So the Holy Breath is that process that revolves around the mechanism that brings about an internal suspension in order to emerge. Out from the caterpillar and the cocoon emerges a brand new species, something that does not even crawl no more. It flies and you know every other flying creature by their own natural gift of God to fly is not beautiful in comparison to that butterfly. Look at them, take a good look. Of all the flying creatures in the world by their natural gift of God to fly and look at the emergence from the caterpillar into the butterfly where the beauty is. It’s a distinct stamp of emergence, freedom, and it lives and when it appears to go into suspension, it does not decay. Has anyone seen a decaying, rotting butterfly? Yet other creatures that fly by the gift of God, when they go into suspension, or death, transition, they go through decay.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:24)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:22

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The return and the return and the return, the coming back and the coming back, for what? If you’re coming back by unfulfilled desires and we are not free, is it not better to come back when all desires are completely resolved to help others to lift themselves up? So the choice in emergence is not reincarnation, the choice in emergence is resurrection, a transformation. An apple carries within itself the seeds of another apple. You plant the seeds and out come tomatoes. Interesting apple tree huh? Well no such deal, you must have the same pattern repeating itself. So reincarnation, or involvement again, is the repetition. Emergence is something else. Liberation is something else. We look at a caterpillar. It spins a cocoon but before it can do that it has to gorge itself while it’s in existence to satisfy its physical structure then it spins a cocoon. This is an interesting part. It deliberately knows how to die to its environment, like Paul, “I rebuke you in your rejoicing for I live and die daily in the Lord.” Therefore Paul is conscious of a method of bringing about suspension.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:22)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:20

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Now we become what the Master Jesus say, “A pillar in the House of the Lord.” Now a pillar in this building would be a permanent fixture, a part that supports the structure. If you are free from the pull of the senses and the desires then you and the Creator are not separated anymore. You are free in the creation. You are free within this whole structure and in fact you begin to realize that you hold up a part of the structure, you carry a portion of the load of maintaining the structure. You carry the responsibility of seeing the structure maintaining its balance. You carry the involvement of voluntary aiding every form of creation to continue its growth into emergence or liberation. Now those who have achieved this emergence would state in one voice, “If it needs be, I’ll come again and again to raise my fellow man back to his true divine nature.” If it needs be. So we hear the term, “Second coming of Christ.” We hear the term of Krishna coming again. We hear the term Buddha coming again.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:20)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:18

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Liberation is not a passive experience. It’s an active experience because it occurs while you’re in the body. If when we die and we would be able to be in all the levels of creation because nothing would restrict us, we are supposed to be pure Spirit then, floating around, come and go at will, nobody can say nay to you or yeah to you, can’t say “don’t come in here.” That’s not possible because the spirits can come and go when they want, but they cannot say they are free because they are not in the physical body. Now those who are in the physical body and have the experience, they are free because they are in two levels of existence. They are in the physical level and they are in non-physical level. They are free. The desires don’t pull them. The energies of the negative field don’t restrict them. They are free, free-men all, lord of themselves. They come and go in consciousness. God is the total freedom which we all strive to emerge our cells (ourselves) in and if we overcome the pull of our desires, we don’t have to repeat them again and again. We are free.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:18)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:16

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The Holy Breath is the revolving force around the centers that raises up the Son of Man, which is the five senses, to the Godhead which is the intuitive force, and when the five senses are refined and are focused out as an intuitive principle, we emerge for the first time beyond the boundary lines of sensory limitation and desires. The boundary line of your five senses for sight would be that wall. Now if you look and see through the wall, then the boundary line is extended. Those who have that particular awareness, they have extended the boundary line, they have emerged, they’re free. Do you see what Emergence is leading to now? Getting beyond the limitations, freed while living.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:16)