In this Discourse, Adi Da Samraj proposes that all human lifetimes are a “quest for the historical self”. He describes how this search is based on the activity of “self”-contraction—the erroneous presumption of an actual, defined, knowable “self”.
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His Discourse exposes that neither experience nor memory nor the sensations of the physical body actually define a separate entity. The “I” is a fiction, a lie—and Reality Itself is Self-Evident only when the activity of the “self”-contraction is transcended.