Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:06

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So they used to say “mother cow,” “brother goat,” “sister sheep,” and if you live on the reservations they do call these animals brother, sister, and mother like that. Now Western man is grown up into an environment where he eats meat without that type of association. To say that he should up and dump it to become a vegetarian overnight is not practical. I’ve tried every form of diet, the extreme to the non-extreme, I’ve found that on the spiritual path a simple diet helps. Meat has a tendency to… up to a certain point in your spiritual life in your meditation you can eat meat. After a certain level of meditation you can’t eat meat. I have an example. There was a man who got on a rooftop in the early days of Jesus, when Jesus passed on, and you may be familiar with his name, his name is Peter and he had a vision and he was supposed to visit someplace that they ate meat. He was then a vegetarian and saw all these things pouring into this sheet of cloth that was supposed to be eaten as food and he said, “Lord these things are unclean, can’t eat them.” But then he hear the consciousness saying, “Eat, everything I have made is clean.There is no unclean, providing.” At that level in meditation anyone who meditates he will see the astral forms of the animals that he had consumed or might consume. Here is the misguiding aspect of consciousness. The negative force of the consciousness can trick you at that moment to let you believe that if you consume the form, you can go higher up into God by telling you, “Everything I have made is clean.” Not until we are fully realized can we vouch for that experience. When we are in deep realization, we will not be pulled down by the object or the substance we eat, we will not come back to the lower tendencies.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:06)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:04

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Question: What about the cows that run around and eat just what they want.
Adano: How many cows do they have in proportion per capita of the population that they can afford to butcher them all up and eat them. They don’t have that tremendous ranching program going on in India, just a few in straggly little areas, but the reasons why the Hindus don’t eat meat, for centuries they have been following a spiritual path and they know that the human being and the animal have a bond. A human being can communicate with an animal and an animal can mimic and react like a human being and through the mimicry and the reaction, they have come to accept the animal as humanoid, close to the human level. The cow they accept as a second mother when the mother can’t give milk no more. Now they don’t eat the dog, some places they do. Some places they don’t eat the sheep. Some places they don’t eat the pig. Some places they do eat the pig. These are all varying changes of geographical calamities that cause them to be like that, but centuries ago they accepted the animal being close to human, therefore they would not consume a brother.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:04)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:02

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Question: I know that Jesus said that (can’t be heard)… the most humble person is most likely to be the Master but would not identify Himself as Master while in the body.
Adano: No, alright, the Master is servant truly. Is He the servant by providing food for you? Is He the servant by bathing you?
Question: If that be your need, it might be so.
Adano: Then every Master has done it. He provides food for those who don’t have. He provides homes for those that don’t have. He provides companionship. He provides liberation. Truly He is the servant in every form because there is nothing you can give Him. He will always give you what you cannot begin to carry, more than you can carry. Even before you ask He will pour it into your lap, that’s why He’s Master.
Question: But there are many Masters among us for there are many who do this.
Adano: Yes.
Question: We need to live on the principle of love then (can’t be heard)…
Adano: Yes. Now you know what Master is.
Question: I would like to know about one’s diet. In India they don’t eat meat and when people study Yoga in the West, is it right to change over to a vegetarian diet in this climate. If one eats meat would it add more to their animalistic nature?
Adano: I’ll have to answer you like Brother Thomas who I met in South Carolina. He said, “You know people ask me why I’m a vegetarian. So I said don’t ask me why I’m a vegetarian because I can go into all the pros and cons of the technical ends of it and all the pros and cons of not taking life. The only reason why I’m a vegetarian is it’s cheaper that way.” Let’s take the economics of India, why they are vegetarians.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:02)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:00

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Question: Isn’t it rather conceited for an individual to identify himself as a Master or a Saint while in the body. It seems that this sort of thing would not be information that’s given to people in the body.
Adano: Is it not conceitful for an individual to call himself a Master, to identify himself as a Master in the body? He who says he’s a Master is not and he who says he’s not a Master is not.
Question: Then who’s a Master?
Adano: He who is Master of himself.
Question: And who is to determine who has mastered himself?
Adano: God.
Question: So then it cannot be identified in the body who is a Master and who is not.
Adano: Yes. He has an unusual ability when you’re in His presence, to answer your questions before you ask them.
Question: (can’t be heard) they are not of love, then they are not of God.
Adano: His questions and His answers are always embedded in truth because He has lived them and will demonstrate them to you if you’re in doubt. He first must be able to walk the road before He can say or give an answer. Otherwise, He keeps His peace and that He gives you all the time while you are in His presence.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:00)

Adano Prayer

Heavenly Father, Divine Mother, Brother Jesus
Beloved Masters, Saints, and Sages of all religions
Be Thou present at this meditation
Open our Spiritual Eyes and take us back to Sach Khand
Lead us from Darkness to Light, from Ignorance to Truth, from Mortality to Immortality
We will Reason, we will Will, and we will Act
Guide Thou our reason, our will, and our acts to the right place, at the right time, for the right experience
May our Love so shine in the sanctuary of our devotion that we may awaken this Love in all hearts
Om, Shanti, Peace, Amen

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:56

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If you look back in the lives of all the Masters who died, very few die in Their beds. They’ve all died a violent death by the involvement with the disciple. There is the great Master, Guru Arjan, who was literally butchered to death by the involvement of His disciples where He came to teach them in Punjab. Buddha died by poisoning. Krishna died by being taken for a beautiful deer because His skin was blue. The auric light was so bright that the man who was hunting thought it was a beautiful deer walking and shot Him. So we don’t know of any real Master leaving this earth plane dying in bed. The involvement of their disciples determine their death. It seems tragic from the Western point that Jesus involvement brought a death on a cross, but the cross is not a Christian symbol. It was used centuries ago before by the Chaldeans, (can’t be heard) emphasize Christianity. Crucifixion was not a normal way to kill a man. It was only reserved for criminals, but even then they never nailed him, they would tie him on the post or the cross and let him hang out there and die a slow death and in the slowness of the death, they would gradually break the limbs to speed up the pain.
Question: As Christians experience illumination when they accept Jesus as Savior you’re saying they’re accepting Him as Master, would you make that statement?
Adano: Yes, the word Savior and Master means the same because it comes from the word Guru, Messiah, He who lifts up, He who saves you from your frustrations. What is a Master for and what is a disciple? What constitutes the disciple? When you are totally frustrated that’s the only time you’re gonna need help, but as long as you don’t have frustrations you’re gonna think you’re pretty smart and get out of it yourself until you find yourself in a mental blind alley. It’s like the wild horse. He’s pretty smart as long as they keep chasing him, he’s gonna run the whole arroyo and all of the whole plain till they pin him up into one corner, then he’s frustrated and he may be lucky if he can turn around and charge into his opponents and throw them off guard and get away. Maybe when we can turn around in our mental whirl (world) and face our ids (ideas) just like that wild horse and surprise ourcells (ourselves), then we are free. A Master comes to us because He has solved these mental blocks, these behavioral patterns, achieving that total freedom by living it. He extends that to the student or the disciple so that he can turn now, solve that same frustration and come out. Otherwise there is no need for the Master. That’s why Jesus said, “The student should be as the Master.” The Master is frustration less, but the student is frustration total. You see?
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:56)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:53

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John the Baptist meeting Jesus at the halfway mark. Jesus was from the age of 12 to the age of 30, no one knew where He was, but the moment He met John the Baptist that was the halfway mark. The two met and started the final conclusion of the emergence. It is that initiation, that inner contact between you and God that sets the final liberation. Thank you. (applause). Yes there are questions and answers or five minutes break?
Question: (can’t be heard)
Adano: He was crucified. The involvement of the disciple determines the death of the Master.
Question: Could you repeat that please?
Adano: The involvement of the disciples determine the death of the Master. A Master does not die because He wishes it, He fulfills the desires of those who wish His death. So their karma, their involvement is the one that determines how He dies. Remember He was with a group of people, His own people, “He came unto His own and they received Him not.” So in their rejection, they themselves in the involvement would determine His destruction. When they were offered a choice between Barabbas who was a guerrilla chieftain captured by the Romans and Jesus, what did they say? All they shouted was “Crucify Him” and when the disciples realized they were going to be strung up too, they all denied Him. So the death of a Master, anyone, is determined by the involvement of the disciples around that Master.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:53)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:51

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In emerging from this involvement, the father met the prodigal son halfway. That halfway mark when we are emerging, is at the heart center. The heart is opening up. If your heart don’t open up in any shape or form to get beyond the involvement of creation, we’re not going to be able to be free. God has to meet us at the halfway mark. The opening up of the heart, the opening up of compassion, the shedding of the desire, and the longing for the union with the Spirit, at the halfway mark. Here at the halfway mark, we are greeted. There the bell tolls within us. There is a bell that rings right inside of our consciousness at the halfway mark and as we hear it in our meditation, then the transformation begins, then the emergence begins, we start to rise and rising is like the cloak being put upon you, and the crown, and the fatted calf, and everything. You are at last becoming free, you are feasting now in the divine light. So if there is any doubt in the mind as to your emergence, remember God meets you at the halfway mark, but how He meets you at the halfway mark? Not by coming out of the sky and say, “I’m ready for you.” He meets you at the halfway mark through the aid of a God realized person who initiates you into that art.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:51)

Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:49

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We don’t have to hit anyone on the head to convince him or to convert him. We have to make the effort to discover it for ourcells (ourselves) and to experience it. It’s the experience for each one of us that is open to us and though “heaven and earth may pass away, not one jot and tittle of my word will pass away.” And jot is a full stop and a tittle is a comma, not even that will interfere with the fact that man will come down from this creative process, be involved, and will have to fight his way out to get back home. So if you want to use a model of the process, think of the prodigal son. The prodigal son is the Soul going forth from the father’s home, getting involved, squandering its sustenance, that is the use of its free will, entrapped, and suddenly coming to his senses decides to return and emerge, but here’s an interesting thing, on the return home to his father, on the process of emerging, it is said that the father did something when he saw his son coming, can anyone remember that, what did the father do? Audience: “He killed the fatted calf.” Adano: No, before he did that the father met him halfway. That is an important thing to remember in your emergence.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:49)