Adi Da reminds us that, historically, all the world's spiritual traditions have taught that Spiritual Realization requires the help of a Spiritual Realizer. This is actually built into the laws of how Spiritual Realization works, and can't be changed just because times and cultures change, just because we don't happen to like the way the laws work or what they require of us, etc. For this reason, Adi Da makes the point that, nowadays, our resistence to authority, and addiction to "do it yourself" approaches, represent unfortunate hindrances to our own Spiritual growth: if we simply go with the flow and let these culturally instilled programs dominate our life choices, they will keep us from Realizing our greatest destiny.
What Is Sin? poster: filmco24 length: 06:45 date added: January 27, 2009 event date: 1978 views: 1098; views this month: 20; views this week: 4
Adi Da explains how the root of "sin" is not this or that particular errant human behavior, but rather, the anti-spiritual act of separation from God through self-possession. Real communion with the Living God frees one from "sin" and self-possession, and restores sanity.
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