The Return


The most challenging part of my work has almost always been in regard to how I see the world. In one sense it can be exhilarating; knowing that there’s much more than what we believe there is, and how this perspective can enhance all experiences while conscious within the body.  The other part can be nothing short of depressing. 

What I mean by this, is that I can see my fellow humans (aka self), even those closest and most dear to me, as nothing but machines; bodily functions of cause and effect with nothing more than flesh and biology at the helm. Sure, personality is real, the sense of love is real, but I know it can all be taken away in the blink of an eye if even a single corporeal function is twisted, adjusted, or damaged. This is a crippling observation to the ego because even after enlightenment, it will continually fight its way back to supporting its own hell.

On the flip side, the most rewarding part of my work is knowing that the greatest illusion of duality is duality itself. Even knowing it’s the same duality that makes us what we believe we are.  This is what the ego fears the most because it is in such denial to the truth of its own non-existence. 

The illusion that we are separate, combined with the societal/egoic metaphors we consume like cheap wine, always fall short when the reality of our mortality comes to light.

After literally thousands of experiences in both vision and alternative states of awareness/consciousness such as lucid dreaming and deep meditation, I’ve seen what lies beyond the illusion of duality. I know the body is the crutch of infinite awareness (for a reason), and that with just the right tweaking of perspective, the true world opens up before us and returns us home. 

This was the purpose of wanting to lose myself into Oblivion. To surrender to the fabrication of duality is to force witness our consciousness beyond the body. And guess what, it’s there for all of us because “all of us” are behind the illusion feeding the ego its dire need for separation in the first place.

Don’t allow yourself to be stuck in the psychology of the human condition. There’s simply too many rules to follow, all of which are led by a sea of suffering based on a story that has never actually taken place.  Instead, look towards your loved ones (both here and gone) then sit in silence and ask yourself who you believe you truly are.  The payoff is that when you finally see the truth you will immediately realize this world is the playground of illusion itself, and that’s the point. We bring this world into fruition through the very senses hiding us from the fact that we’re a part of the illusion itself.  Just like building a Lego castle before placing ourselves into the main hall feasting on plastic bricks believing they’re real, we go on pretending we can’t see the gears hiding behind the walls keeping it all in place.  It is by our own hand, and our own mind, that we have become part of the deciphered world in which we have forgotten came from the very consciousness that has built it in the first place.  

Do yourself a favor today. Let go. No metaphors, no wishes, no suffering, no assumptions or predictions. Just let go, and I promise you that you will witness your own questions as part of the same illusion holding you back from opening your own doors to eternity.


Below is the latest song from my new album, Place of Echoes, which is the Native American translation for the town I now live in, Naubinway.  I named the song The Return, because through my Tesserean work I have finally come home. It is emotionally powerful so please don’t be afraid to play it.  If you allow it, it may bring you home as well.

The image above (as well as the one in the soundcloud player) are from a storm we had just yesterday.  If you want to see all of the images I’ve taken since the move the cabin, follow me on Instagram HERE.

  1. Terri

    So peaceful Thanks so much
    It took me to a parallel reality of a newborn baby gurgling
    I filled her
    with love
    Then, a mother holding a child I filled them with love

    Beautiful experiences
    Welcome back i missed you!

  2. Joy Truscott

    This feels like an awakening of the Soul. I just love this dear Adam. Thank you for sharing.

    • Adam King

      Thank you so much, Joy. You’re very, very welcome.

  3. Jan

    Wow oh wow how awesomely amazing this wonderful experience is, getting to hear this, Adam! Totally found myself unexpectedly and comfortably back to center, and very rounded again, as it played here – so “The Return” is absolutely a perfect name! (For sure, gonna help with getting through all the oncoming challenging days too as this adventure sure continues for us all – thank you SO MUCH for sharing it!)

    • Adam King

      Thank you Jan. And I’m grateful to be able to help. More coming soon.

  4. Kathy A Perry

    AWESOME Adam! Thank you!

    • Adam King

      Thank you, Kathy!

  5. Angela

    A product of my childhood is a very skilled and quite often automatic response of stuffing emotions, sometimes before I am ever aware the emotion is there. Once I finally gained the ability to glimpse the human experience from an outside perspective, I was thrilled at the thought that it might help me gain some measure of control over that stuffing coping mechanism. Instead, there are more times now when I’m not sure if I am truly getting that outside perspective beyond the emotion or just now aware of the emotion because they are stuffed already. Learning to see the outside perspective as something more than ‘not emotionally influence’ is where I am finding I can tell the difference.

    I wonder, if God is essentially the emotions of love and compassion, does that mean that eventually, seeing from that outside perspective will become only seeing the human experience through the lens of those emotions? Seems like that solves the feeling that the human experience is just mechanics and eliminates the worry that there are hidden, stuffed emotions as a negative influence.

    Love this song! There is so much emotion packed into it and it tells such a beautiful story.

    Thank you Adam for leading me through the journey.

    • Adam King

      You’re very welcome. Thank you for helping to inspire it! 😉

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