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Adi and Praja

Chapter 6

Issue 26: Adi decides to become a man

Thoughts are invisible living beings. So even when you think them when nobody else knows, when you never tell these thoughts to anyone, they are as least as powerful as when you tell them to someone. So by taking care of your own mind and the thoughts it thinks, you can become a great helper of other beings – even if they don’t know it – and then these thoughts help you also.

(26)

 (Adi decides to become a man)

meditating god

Perhaps you can now understand Adi’s difficulty. How to give them a free mind and a free will, free adventure, free curiosity, and at the same time protect all these creatures from doing evil and cause suffering to each other and themselves.

The best way to teach good things to others is by being good yourself, and by telling others what is true about the universe and all beings, and how it all works.

Adi decides to become a man

Adi decided, first, that when he had entered with parts of his own mind into the brains of his selected and chosen creatures, he would continue to do so for a few million years, so that billions of creatures would be awakened in such a way that henceforward they could think for themselves. AP 26 2 Man da_vinci_humanTheir species would be called “man,” which means “thinker” So, actually, a woman is also a man, because women think. And, second, he would himself, or rather a part of himself as a messenger or representative descend into the world of the Earth and let him enter into a human body, and become a great teacher who would teach the real Truth – at least a small part of it, as far as the human minds of that time and in the particular country or culture could understand. At the same time he would live a very pure life to be a perfect example of his own teaching. Of course for Adi a pure life is a natural life, because he was not even able to think anything wrong if he had wanted to. But in most times and countries many people would criticize him, because in their minds they had wrong ideas about what purity is.

Rodin The Thinker

Thinking man

Purity is Truth and Compassion only, and is not subject to rules whatsoever. Due to his truthfulness and his compassion for all people and other beings he would often have to deny or trespass or destroy human rules, because such rules were only good in the beginning, but then became rigid, out of time, and then become a great obstacle for real goodness and for real progress. So Adi decided to be born in a human body from time to time, and every time he would teach a lesson of the Truth that is always there (of course). Always when he would come in this way he would teach peace, never to kill or harm other people and creatures, never to cause suffering to anyone, not even to say or think unkind things. He would always teach things that would make people more intelligent and happier and a very positive attitude towards understanding real things. Some of his teachings would be helpful for the development of the human mind over very long periods and for the whole world, others would be more precisely attuned for a particular period and part of the world. And always he cooperated with the other planets around the sun (which are also living beings, just like our Earth, even with our telescopes we see nothing on these planets because many life-forms are invisible for us). Always he would explain to the people that there are many worlds and many invisible supporters in the universe and on Earth, but that every human being can only solve their problems by right thinking and by their own effort. Nobody can do that for anyone else. Adi, and anyone who lives and thinks, can only give the example by his own way of living. Nobody else can live your life, and you can live nobody others life, because everyone is in fact a part of Adi’s Big Question. It is your task and my task to solve that part of the question for which we originally came from Adi. That is why all creatures are different. In the whole universe there are no things that are exactly the same, even when they look like each other, like two drops of water, or some twin brothers or sisters, or even two atoms. Everyone’s duty or task in his life and in all lives is a little bit different. But whether you decide to be joyful or gloomy is not a part of that task. It comes from your own mind and thoughts only, so you yourself are the maker of your mood.

Because nothing is exactly the same as anything else, the minds of two different people are never exactly the same, even that of their best friend, though they have often much in common. Your own mind is not exactly the same as last year, or even a minute ago. And even one second in the future it is a little bit different from now. Because after one second you have read or heard a part of the next sentence of this book. Or maybe you are thinking of something else after one second, and also after one minute or one year.

Different people living in different countries, and in different times in history – perhaps a hundred, or a thousand, or even a million years ago have different minds, and therefore different thoughts about what is good and not good, what one should do and not do, what is beautiful and interesting and what not. But what is always true was also true a hundred or a thousand or a million years ago, and always in the future. Things that are always true are the most interesting of course, and are most interesting to come to know. Your own mind lived in a lot of bodies and will live in a lot of bodies in the future. In all these times Adi lives and in all these times he sometimes lives in a human body as a great teacher. But always in a different way, because times and people and peoples are different. Every time Adi brings some new viewpoints, and the most serious and intelligent human minds understand what he means. Other people don’t understand, and they think that Adi is crazy, and sometimes even try to kill his body. Really intelligent people do their utmost to understand him, and they will become the best among all people. Then, in a future age, when Adi again lives among the people, they will also be born in that time and receive further lessons from Adi. Finally they become Adi’s great helpers, because they have learned to understand Adi’s heart and mind. When they become Adi’s helpers they may also become teachers: great teachers or perhaps smaller teachers as well. Or it may be that these helpers do some other good job for the benefit of many people or other creatures, or for only a few, or for only one other creature – that does not matter very much because in the infinite universe there is, logically, no real difference between many and one or between big and small.

Adi’s heart of course never dies. No heart ever dies. What is really true also never dies. But Adi and his assistants lived and will live in many different bodies and characters on Earth (and elsewhere), and the people of that time gave many different names to these bodies and characters. Sometimes they called them Prophets (such as Mohammad and Jesus and Moses, like Muslims do), at other times and places they called them Avataras (“gods who came down to Earth,” as Hindus call them), or Buddha’s (“People who are fully awake in all regions of our universe,” as Buddhists do), or Jina’s (“conquerors of their own weaknesses” as Jains and Buddhists do) and Tirthankara’s (“builders of holy places” or “crossers of the river of illusions” – as Jains do), or Quetzalcoatls, Kukulcans, Gucumatzes, Amarucas (“snakes with feathers like birds from the sun who descended to Earth – a the old Meso- and South Americans (‘Amarucans’) did before the white people came to the America’s), or Christs or Messiahs (as Jews and Christians do), Zoroasters (like the ancient Persians and the Parsis did and do), then some where called Rishis (= wise seers whose lessons move the evolution forward), or Manus (= The first ones to have the mind of a new period to bring to humanity), and Dragons (like the Chinese do), or White Buffalo Woman (as The Oceti Sakowin or Oglala Sioux of Lakota in the US), or Manitou, or Wakan Tanka (“Holy Spirit” – as the Native North American Indians do), or Odin in Northern Europe, and for example Orpheus, Pythagoras and Plato with the Ancient Greeks, and many, many more in all the parts of the world. If you have never heard of most of these names, don’t worry. If you want to know more about them, just google them up.

Most people, using their limited brain-mind, belief in one personal mind only, and never pay attention to the others, though all of them are really friends with one Heart: the heart of Adi. So most Christians are not interested in Islam, and most Hindus are hardly interested in Buddhism or Christianity and Buddhists not in Theosophy and so on. This is all because the brain-mind likes to see differences rather than the One Heart of all. People should use their heart-minds in stead of only their brain-minds. Actually Theosophists include them all, because they study Adi’s knowledge and heart directly as far as they can.

But if you use your heart-mind you may call yourself a Hindu or Muslim or Christian or Jain or Taoist or Native American believer or atheist and Theosophist at the same time. Or any of them which you like most. If you look at the Heart behind all these formal religions and their forms of expression you are a real Theosophist (“Theo-sophia” means “wisdom that is in possession of the gods,” like Adi). Or to say it in other words: The Heart of all religions and wisdoms is Theosophy.

All these things Adi saw in his dream – he saw who would be his friends and helpers and assistants, and also who would be his “enemies,” who all had dark astral colors and were like shadows without light. Some were real monsters and if you would meet them you would be so shocked and afraid that you could never be happy anymore in your whole life. You would have to be trained first. But Adi knew what he had to do. He felt an enormous love-stream from his heart towards all creatures, including his enemies. His love for his enemies was as great as his love for his friends. In fact he would have to give more love to his enemies, because they still had to learn more than his friends. Most of his enemies later became his friends, because they felt his love for them and they learned to understand him.

 

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 (Adi’s trip to the moon)

 Adi’s trip to the moon

 At that very moment his dream changed: he dreamed that he had left his body and flew to the new Moon. Many beings – millions or billions or trillions,

 

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