Dispositions of the Stages of Life

 Excerpted from

“God-Talk,Real-God-Realization,Most Perfect Divine Self-Awakening, and The Seven Possible Stages of Life”

The first three stages of life–not informed or inspired by the Wisdom of the fourth, the fifth, the sixth, or the seventh stage of life–are (in themselves) characterized by the pursuit of (body-based) “self”-fulfillment (even via “self”-indulgence, or else via socially established conventions of morality, “self”-discipline, and rather materialistic hope).

The fourth and the fifth stages of life (not informed or inspired by the Wisdom of either the sixth or the seventh stage of life) are (in themselves) characterized by the pursuit of “soul”-based (or, really, mind-based, or psyche-based) and natural-energy-based (or even Spirit-based) “self”-glorification–at first, via popular “religious” faith and practice, and, then, via every kind of (progressively) esoteric, and (possibly) Spiritual, and (otherwise) Yogic searching for “eternal life” (or immortality), whether of body and “soul” or (otherwise) simply of “soul”.

The sixth stage of life (which is the last of the egoic, or ego-based and psycho-physically determined, stages of life) is characterized by one or more of three possible persuasions (and efforts), each (to one or another degree) yet influenced (or limited) by the fundamental presumption of the first five stages of life. And each of these three persuasions (and efforts), even (potentially) following on one another (progressively), pursues (or, at last, Affirms) Freedom from the body-mind-“self” (or the conditional “self” in the context of the “Cosmic Round” and the first five stages of life), by means of a particular mode of strategic dissociation from the body-mind-“self”.

And only the (only-by-Me-Revealed and Given) seventh stage of life is characterized (inherently, and via a spontaneously Self-Unfolding Demonstration) by Non-conditional (or Most Perfect) Real-God-Realization Itself (or the Absolute, or Most Perfect, Realization of Truth Itself, or Reality Itself), Utterly and Intrinsically (and Most Perfectly) Transcending egoity (or “self”-bondage, separateness, and “difference”) itself.

The first three stages of life are, from the “disposition” associated with any of the stages of life beyond them, the stages of “gross ignorance” (or the ordinary stages of progressive functional “self”-development, in themselves bereft of any Influence or Wisdom greater than material Nature).

From the “disposition” of any of the three orientations that are potential in the context of the sixth stage of life, the fourth and the fifth stages of life are the stages of “subtle ignorance” (or the stages of seeking toward the inherently impossible Goal of an eternal–or permanent, unopposed, and only Happy–conditional state and conditional circumstance of “self”-perfection and “self”-fulfillment).

And, from the “Disposition” of the (only-by-Me Revealed and Given) seventh stage of life, even the sixth stage of life is limited by the basic illusion (or by the basic apparent “problem”)–or (at least) by strategic attention to the basic illusion (or to the basic apparent “problem”)–of a separate “self” (or of a substantively, rather than merely apparently, separate “self”-essence, or even an essential and eternal, or substantively permanent and unchanging, ego-“I”). Thus, from the “Disposition” of the (only-by-Me Revealed and Given) seventh stage of life, the sixth stage of life is limited by “causal ignorance” (or the essence of ignorance)–until (in the potential real transition to the only-by-Me Revealed and Given seventh stage of life) only the Non-conditional (or Perfectly Subjective) Absolute (or Real Acausal God, or Truth, or Reality) Itself is Non-conditionally (and Inherently Most Perfectly) Realized As the Obvious.

 

Table of Contents
Overview of the Seven Stages of Life
Dispositions of the Stages of Life
The Seven Stages of Life and The Great Tradition
The Five Orientations Relative to Reality
The Methods of Sixth Stage Orientations
The Responses to Religion and Spirituality
The Three Primary Modes of Perception, Conception, and Presumption
The Psycho-Physical Structures of the Body-Mind-Complex and the Stages of Life
Reality and “Point-of-View”
The Three Egos

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© 2011 The Avataric Samrajya of Adidam Pty Ltd,
as trustee for The Avataric Samrajya of Adidam.
All rights reserved.

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