Devotion Key to Realization – May 7, 1972 – 1:20

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Now in terms of intimacy in that pure light, you will still have to look at a human being, which is yourself, see? God, though He is impersonal and though He is permeating you and you a human being, will hanker or yearn for intimacy, you see? So it is nothing wrong to accept the form of human being, it is not degrading you. In fact, it is extending your comprehension of yourself to see that God is recognizable in human form as a ideal way to relate. It’s unimportant if one chooses Jesus, Mohammed, or Buddha, or anyone, the important thing is all these eventually say, “I and my Father are one.” When it happened to Kabir, Kabir was a Saint who lived many years ago and He had studied all the various religions in the world at the time. He embraced them all. Finally when the final devotion came for Him to practice devotion, one day He woke up out of His meditation and shouted, “I am He! I am He!” And he ran through the marketplace shouting, “I am He!” And they all thought He was crazy. Then one priest says, “Yes, me too.” (Laughter from audience). And this is true, the final realization is the “I am He.” We’re understanding it deeper everyday that realization of God is looking at your higher self and don’t be afraid of it.
— Adano Ley (Devotion Key to Realization – May 7, 1972 – 1:20)