The Elemental Song

With all the unusual weather patterns around the globe lately, it came to us that Adano has a particular chant regarding the Elementals: Air, Fire, Water, and Earth. You might recognize the tune and the words are so beautiful.

We love you, we love you, we love you.
Our dear Elementals we do.
All Beings of Air, Fire, and Water, and Beings of Earth we love you.
I AM Presence, free all Elementals the great, the small.
I AM Presence, through them give protection to all.
(Repeat 5 times)

We all might want to consider singing this regularly until conditions improve.

Here is a link to Adano singing The Elemental Song.

Paul and Ginger

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:45

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If peace is truly psychological emergence, then transformation of the cells is biological emergence. If liberation to the highest form of Beingness, the eighth heaven, is Soul liberation and Saul went up there as Paul and Saul will tell you, “I was the worst among you” because he confessed it to his fellow man. He didn’t hide it, he told the world outright that he was the worst to be involved, but he made the effort to free himself. In the emergence comes the final link. We can’t emerge without help. Jesus went to John the Baptist and said to him, “Baptize me” and John the Baptist said to him, “You baptize me.” Now picture this at the river Jordan, two grown men arguing who should throw a little water on each other’s head. Ain’t that kinda strange? It’s only water, but what is the significance of the water? What is the whole purpose of the confrontation? But Jesus said to John, “Suffer it to be so,” in other words endure it at this moment in the involvement, “For this is the way of righteousness.” This is the way I can make it through your intercession, through your grace, through your contact, a human to human relationship.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:45)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:43

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We will struggle in various blind alleys, with various theories and id’s (ideas), trying to find a solution to what is essentially locked up in ourcells (ourselves). God is eternal life in every aspect right down to the atom and if His embodiment in human form is any measurement of that eternal life then Jivanmutka, freed while living, is the highest form of emergence as religion or the Science of the Soul can offer man. Man truly is Spirit, Eternal Force, not created, not destroyed, ever existing, ever free. When crystallized in form, man is called “Sant” or Saint, sane for the first time, truly sane. He is not a derelict in creation. He’s not like the Wandering Dutchman on the high seas of life. He is truly aligned with his Creator. His role in life is one of peace. That’s why the only thing Jesus said that made any sense to my mind when I was studying the comparison between Christianity and Eastern teachings, “The peace I give, the world don’t give.”
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:43)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:41

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It is because of that, man needs some focal point to respect his Divinity. It’s difficult to worship God as an “It.” You can’t worship God as “It” because there is no feeling of intimacy with “It.” If we are made in the image of It-ness, then what intimacy has It-ness to do with “It?” Then I’m an “It.” Do you see? “But male and female created them.” This image has an intimacy. This is the image that brings forth the need of meeting God on the human level. That is why Masters are present on the Earth, to reach us at the human level, to demonstrate the qualities of the human level extended beyond the involvement of the creation. They extend those qualities. They seem to draw it out of us to help us realize that these qualities are embedded in us from the very instant we were projected out by the Creator. That we are all free men, lord of ourcells (ourselves) once we know the truth about ourcells. We don’t know the truth about ourcells, we don’t know why we are involved in a creation, we don’t know why we have to resolve ourcells in the creation, and we don’t know the origin of ourcells in the creation, then we are not free.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:41)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:38

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The Hindus took their roses and cremated it. The Mohammedans took their roses and buried it and the war of Kashmir went on. Pakistan and India is a reality, but Guru Nanak or Kabir is a figment of imagination, just as much as Jesus might still be a figment of imagination for many people. It is not the genetic background of the nation that determines emergence in God. It is the conscious involvement of the Soul to demonstrate its superiority as Soul over the involvement in creation that determines what is God and why we are involved with God. Soul, when free while in the human form, is the highest expression Man can look up and have respect for God. If I was a cow, I would want a super-cow to be my god, something greater than the form I’m in. If I was a fish, I’d want a super-fish. If I was a tree, I’d want a super-tree, but I am made in the form of man then my highest ideal of God crystallizing Itself in creation and overcoming its involvement would be the super-man and what is the super-man? Not one who tries to impress me with his abilities to be with miraculous powers. One who transcends the normal breakdown rate of my form to which I’m subjected to when I’m involved with the creation. When that form can demonstrate its emergence then I am seeing God at the human level. This is the reason why Masters come on the Earth. They are called Avatars or descent of the Spirit, incarnates. We have the word Avatara or Emmanuel, the God in man, or God with us, the incarnate.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:38)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:36

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We see in the case of Yogananda’s body, not subject to decay after death. There are many other cases like that. In the resurrected body of Jesus. Kabir, in the case of Kabir is interesting. Kabir came, like also like Guru Nanak, these two men came and they taught the Hindus and the Moslems and they tried to reconcile them. Well when Nanak died he was in the coffin and the Hindus said, “By our customs we cremate the dead.” The Mohammedans said, “By our customs we bury the dead.” While they were busy arguing the lid of the coffin flew off and up stood Kabir, up stood Guru Nanak. These two Masters were at the same time, teaching the same type of people, having the same identical experiences. He looked at them (can’t be heard) Kabir or Nanak, anyone, the two men. He looked at them and dematerialized in front of their eyes. He left in the coffin two bunches of roses.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:36)

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)