The Psycho-Physical Structures of the Body-Mind-Complex and 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 five stages of life correspond to the conditionally apparent psycho-physical manifestations of the gross and the subtle structures and functions of the body-mind-complex. The sixth stage of life corresponds to the conditionally apparent “root” of the gross and the subtle psycho-physical structures and functions–which conditionally apparent “root” is the causal structure and function of the body-mind-complex. The only-by-Me Revealed and Given “Perfect Practice” of “Perfect Knowledge” involves the “Disposition” That Intrinsically Transcends the strategic exercise of the gross and the subtle and the causal structures and functions of conditionally apparent existence as a body-mind-“self”. Thus, in the only-by-Me Revealed and Given Reality-Way of Adidam, the “Perfect Practice” of “Perfect Knowledge” Intrinsically Transcends even the causal body (or the causal dimension of structure and function), without otherwise (in the sixth stage manner) strategically excluding (or dissociating from) the body-mind-complex and the “world”.

The foundation of fifth stage traditions is the subtle body (or the subtle dimension of structure and function), and the (generally, esoteric) process of Yoga with reference to the psycho-physical context of the rather complex domain that is the subtle body (and, also, the subtle body in continuity with the gross body–or the gross dimension of structure and function). The sixth stage error is associated with the psycho-physical mechanism of the causal body–but the causal body is not (thereby) functionally exploited in terms of its “root”-content (which is, essentially, attention itself). Rather, in the sixth stage traditions, the characteristic of the practice is to strategically dissociate from the entire domain of gross, subtle, and causal conditions. Such is the sixth stage “disposition”, and the strategy of dissociation is the “root”-error (or yet continuing limitation) in the sixth stage traditions. That error is not the case in the only-by-Me Revealed and Given seventh stage of life–or even in the foundation (or first and second) stages of the only-by-Me Revealed and Given “Perfect Practice” of “Perfect Knowledge”.

There are elements of the structures and functions of psycho-physical existence that are relevant to the Demonstration (or apparent life-manifestation) of the seventh stage of life, but the seventh stage of life is not itself founded on the exercise of the structures and functions of the body-mind-complex. The seventh stage of life is Priorly (or Always Already) Established in and As the Intrinsically Self-Evident Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State That Is Reality Itself. The characteristic of the seventh stage of life is Divine Self‑Recognition of all and everything that is apparently arising, and not any exercise of psycho-physical structures and functions at all. Therefore, in the seventh stage of life, there is no dependency on (or limitation by) psycho-physical mechanisms, as there is (inherently) in each and all of the first six stages of life.

In the Great Tradition of humankind, there are no seventh stage traditions–but there are genuine sixth stage traditions, and there are lesser traditions that are not quite truly sixth stage, and there are all the traditions previous to the sixth stage. The fifth stage traditions are associated with the psycho-physical structures of the subtle body, and (otherwise) all the aspects of the subtle body and the gross body. In that “position”, you have a “world” to account for, and a “universe” that must (itself, as a totality) be accounted for. You may resort to the apparent Self-Position by fifth stage means, but, even then, you have yet to somehow account for a “universe”. In the seventh stage of life, there is no effort or impulse to account for a “universe”, because there is Self-Evidently no separate “universe”‑‑none. In the seventh stage of life, there Is the Divine Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State–only.

In the sixth stage traditions, there is no particular necessity to account for a “universe”, because the sixth stage of life is strategically oriented to the Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State That Is Prior to conditional existence–but that strategic orientation is (itself) a causal-based effort to dissociate from conditional existence. The seventh stage of life is, likewise, founded on the Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State That Is Prior to psycho-physical conditions–but there is, in the seventh stage “Disposition”, no effort or requirement to dissociate from psycho-physical conditions. The seventh stage of life simply has nothing to do with a “world” over against the Divine Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State. In the seventh stage of life, There Is Only the Divine Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State–Itself.

I use the phrase “Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State” to indicate that, in the seventh stage of life, there is no “world” that is “experienced” or presumed apart from the Divine Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State, Itself. The Divine Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State Is the Perfectly Acausal Source-Condition (or Intrinsically Self-Evident Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State) of the “world”. The Divine Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State Is the One Reality, and “It” does not have to “emanate” or “create” or (in any manner) “make” a “world” happen. That is a paradox, from the “point of view” of conventional understanding, because conventional understanding is attached to “point of view” in space-time and to structures of a psycho-physical kind. That is where notions of “self” and “world” come from. And, even if a “big-S Self” and a “big-W World” are presumed to be the case, such notions also represent a category of thinking structured by “point of view”–or, in fundamental terms, egoity.

I have uniquely Revealed what precedes the seventh stage of life, what is required for the Realization of the seventh stage of life, what is specific to the Realization of the seventh stage of life, and how the seventh stage of life is Demonstrated (as a process of four phases). None of this has ever been uttered before in human history. None of this has ever been previously accounted for. None of this has previously been known. There are no seventh stage traditions previous to My Divine Avataric Self-Revelation.

The only-by-Me Revealed and Given Reality-Way of Adidam is uniquely a communication of the seventh stage of life. Therefore, the only-by-Me Revealed and Given Reality-Way of Adidam is a unique accounting for all traditions and all “points of view”, or all perspectives on Truth and Reality that precede the seventh stage of life (and that are, therefore, in the categories of psycho‑physical egoity and the conventions of natural realism that are commonly supposed).

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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