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Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:14

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In the Aquarian Age, the Aquarian Gospel written by Levi, it states that “the Science of the Soul is called the Holy Breath.” Have anyone read that book? The Holy Breath. Jesus came to His disciples after He returned from the grave and He breathed upon His disciples the Holy Breath. All through the ages Man has found that the link between Himself and God is the breath. The Holy Breath is the emerging principle. It is locked up with the life principle and only when we understand it, working from within ourcells (ourselves), are we liberated because the Holy Breath revolves around the spinal column. In Eastern writings, along the spinal column we find words mentioned like chakras or centers of energy. In the Christian scriptures, the Book of Revelation, we find the same thing mentioned in terms of golden candlesticks, the seven golden candlesticks and the golden candles. Candlesticks are containers, candles are the actual force burning. In the East they call them the seven centers or seven chakras.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:14)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:12

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Once I was asked the question and I said the answer is in the question. Anybody ask you a question, sometimes don’t you recognize the question carries the answer? Well, in the origin of Man lies the deliverance of Man? Do you see where you are? God created us in this marvelous plan via a breath process. He placed us in the Involvement to realize it. Now our desires are fed by the next breath. You don’t take the next breath, as I say yesterday, they cremate you or bury you so where are your desires now? That next breath… and if the involvement isn’t bordering or centered again by the breath then the emergence, the deliverance, the freedom is bordering on the breath. When a dying man is dying what does he wants most? The next breath. Who wants to die? Jivanmutka is that state when you can come and go from the frame totally in harmony with the Creator, the Divine Breath. Paul put it this way, “I rebuke you in your rejoicing for I live and die daily in the Lord.” He was emerging all the time in the Divine Consciousness. He knew the art of Conscious Death.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:12)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:10

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Saul says, “I was up in the 8th Heaven.” The triumphant emergence of Saul. Equally true all Masters make the same claim when They emerge. They are liberated in the body. True Masters who find God are not liberated in the never, never land of the mind. They are liberated here in the physical frame among mankind par example of living out the daily struggles involving themselves with human beings are arising, emerging, above that level, but they must have a method in order to bring about this emergence. The emergence is not done by any trick or magical whim, or any kind of a chemical method. The emergence is done by a natural law by which the Creator embedded in His creation. It’s involves the very origin of our nature. Remember those who were here yesterday when we spoke of the origin of the Soul, I said God breathed that wonderful, what?, into the Man, and he became a living, what? Breath and Brah-man, the breath man. If the origin tells us the link with God, the deliverance tells us also the link in God.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:10)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:08

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Let’s take a cigarette. If you repeat the process, it’s called a habit. Before you took it, it was called a craving or a desire and when you can’t get rid of it, it’s chronic, and then you’re frustrated because nobody helps you to be free so you are a slave, an addict. When we emerge from that craving, because that craving can be like a cocoon around a caterpillar. It dies in itself. When we emerge he said, “I dropped my habit. I got rid of this. I am free from that particular enslavement, that entrapment.” Now the greater entrapment is the universal cosmic desire involving creation. We are trapped all the time in the various levels of creation. The only time we are free is when we overcome it. So Master Jesus put it this way, “To him that overcometh, I will not send forth a second time, but I will make him a pillar in the house of My Lord.” Here the house is creation. The involvement is in creation. The overcoming and emergence must triumph in creation.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:08)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:06

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So a Jivan Mutki is one who is freed while living and Jesus put it in these words, “As many as received Him to them gave He the power to become Sons of God.” Seek the truth, the truth will make you free, freeman all, lords of yourself, Jivan Mutki’s. Emergence, completely liberated while in the body. Where do you want liberation? Ask yourself. If we are souls caught up in the involvement with creation, where would we want to experience liberation? Outside of creation, in some never never plane on creation, outside of involvement, or within creation and involvement? Freed while living. Do you see the opportunity open now? To be alive, to be conscious, and to be freed. What does the freedom entails and to be freed from what? We can only be free from the desires that entrap us in the involvement with the creation. There is no other entrapment. That is the internal cravings that tends to habitualize our actions around one particular form of behavior. Once we free ourselves from that habitual action, we can move on.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:06)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:03

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This is supposed to be the third and final lecture, but how can you finalize the Science of the Soul in one lecture? Seems pretty hard to do. First lecture was called “The Origin,” the second one was called “The Involvement,” then what we think we can call the third one that would finalize it? We came down from a great plan laid out by the Creator to be involved, there must be a reason, this involvement will have to climax itself someplace. So the lecture really is called “Emergence.” You will know it as Resurrection. The Soul emerges at last free while living, an embodiment of its divine nature. Last time I was here yesterday in the afternoon around 3 o’clock, I wrote a word on the blackboard, but I did not go into the definition of it and the gentleman asked me what was that word, and what would it mean? The word was Jiva, J-I-V-A. Jiva is the individualized Soul awakening out of the involvement with creation. There is a word that follows Jiva every time it is written and that word is Mutki, which means free, liberated. When written correctly in Sanskrit, it is written as Jivan Mutki, each one being freed. Our final realization about our involvement with God is liberation, emergence, total freedom.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:03)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:00

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Introduction: … this country when he was 15. He studied in the Catholic priesthood for a good period of time after which he chose the path of his father, the Eastern way. He has studied comparative religions and has reconciled the Eastern and the Western paths. He spent many years living and studying with American Indian tribes and participated in many of their healing ceremonies. The Reverend Ley has the All Faith Fellowship in Tyler, Texas and this is where he lives and this is where he works. In October of 1969 Adano Ley was initiated into the ancient order of the Saraswati and at that time he was given the name Swami Nityananda Saraswati. Most of you have been here for the other lectures and you know that he in talking, as June said yesterday, will be speaking only to you. I would like please to introduce again Adano Ley. (Applause)
Adano: Thank you Faith. Seems like they move away the box so I can be a better display to everybody. As I said before this is not a lecture for a Swami, this is Satsanga. Satsanga is fellowship with the truth and three things occur at a Satsanga: a physical contact, mental contact, and extrasensory contact but in order for us to experience that we have to calibrate our consciousness so just keep the mind here and let’s calibrate our consciousness. (Short meditation). Thank you.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:00)

Involvement – October 9, 1971 – 1:31

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Question: When one begins to meditate seriously, how long, how many minutes or hours a day do you consider serious meditation?
Adano: Well there is so many answers you know to how long, how many hours, where, when, and what to be doing that we never get down to the action of meditating. Mr. Churchill was the greatest meditator next to the cat, they both knew the art of cat napping. Meditation is that ability to put to rest the sensory motor functions first, that it will recycle and become more vibrant and finally to put the organic functions to rest that the transformation occurs within us to give us a glimpse of the Divinity within ourcells (ourselves). Mr. Spock would say, “in Vulcan where I come from rest means to conserve my energy.” He might as well be saying this is true of meditation, it’s a conservation of energy and a recycling of it in the human body, but at the same time it’s a lining up of the Divinity in yourself. Mr. Lynn, who was a student of Yogananda, owned a large corporation and never went to work until 12 in the day so all his business associates would say, “How come you come so late. Don’t you have no respect for the business?”
— Adano Ley (Involvement – October 9, 1971 – 1:31)
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Involvement – October 9, 1971 – 1:29

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Question: In your opinion, suicide meant to be literal or interpretative? Is there something greater than the literal story there?
Adano: Judas is in the Master’s lap you know. Don’t… because he commit suicide and he denied the Christ in Jesus that didn’t say that Jesus condemned him or kicked him off like an unwanted child. That was the process of the psychological make-up that the Soul had to work through going from rejection to dogmatism to self annihilation in order to gain redemption. A musician can tell a child playing a certain instrument, the way he plays it, what would be the progression of growth of that child’s musicality and he can say, “If you don’t go this way you’re going to play pretty lousy in a couple of weeks. Your hands are going to be sore.” The child may say, “Oh, you don’t know what you’re talking about.” As soon as he finds out that he’s playing lousy because certain patterns are already recognized. A Realized Master recognize certain behavioral patterns and their symptoms and their results, long before He comes in to confront the student because He would have to live through them Himself. When I asked I said, “What constitute readiness of a student?” I was told, “Total frustration.” Now when I use the term total frustration don’t think I was never faced with the thought of self destruction. Every human being is faced with the thought because frustration encompasses all levels of action. It’s all blind alleys. All the IDs (ideas) that you can think up and you run into a blind alley and you can’t get out so you don’t want to get involved so sooner or later you’re going to think of destruction, but that is not the solution. The solution is mastery of your frustrations. That is a process you have to work out. I hope I’m not going beyond my time. Five more minutes? Alright?
— Adano Ley (Involvement – October 9, 1971 – 1:29)