Reality: Always-Already the Case

By the Grace of Bhagavan Adi Da Samraj:


For Reality to Be Reality

It Must Not Be an "It"

As All "Its" are conditional and merely apparently separate (but are not intrinsically separate since their conditional nature presumes that they are all interlinked via innumerable conditions in order to appear to be separate).

For Reality to Be Reality

It Must Not Be Dependent on any conditions

As All dependency on conditions presupposes an intrinsic need for those conditions to exist for Reality to Be.

However, Reality does not require conditions to exist for It IS the Source Condition (Conditionless Condition) of all that arises.

For Reality to Be Reality It Must Only Be.

There are No "conditions" required for Reality to Be Reality Itself

Reality IS As IS.

Reality IS Always-Already the Case.

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