Responding to a question about memory and a bicycle accident, Avatar Adi Da Samraj explores how memory works and describes the mind as a kind of "cyberspace" or electronic medium that operates the machine of the body-mind.
The conventions of learned perception give apparent meaning to the "game" of life experience.
But, He says, all of this is only appearance — the presumption of separate "self" and an illusion that must be relinquished in order to Awaken to Reality Itself.
The body-mind is trained to recognize things and people and situations, and so forth. But it is merely a convention of presumption to say there is a perceiver — meaning yourself. To deal with that issue, you have to examine the "position" of experience.
And you ought to examine the presumptions that are made about experience — crack the code, hack into the system, break through the puzzle. Get at what is being hidden by these appearances of presumably recognizable information.
— His Divine Presence, Avatar Adi Da Samraj October 24, 2004