March 6, 2016
Sahaj Marg: The good and the bad Abhyasis
The good and the bad abhyasis, the good and bad preceptors. The real human beings and the others.
True to Chari's way of doing things, Patel is no exception to the rule: there are now good and bad abhyasis, good and bad tutors: "I clean abhyasis and I'm superior to them."
The bad ones are not even worthy of being considered human beings, "manners and attitude are so poor they do not even have close to the human being".
I don't dare imagine how he perceives those outside his movement; worse than animals?
But what worries him has nothing to do with humanity and spirituality. What worries him is the outside view, the judgment of others, "How are they going to represent our Sahaj Marg spiritual movement and inspire others to join us?"
This was some of the information brought forward in his search for peer public speakers (proselytizing?).
Does the image of Sahaj Marg and Heartfulness that Kamlesh Patel tries to sell to the outside world, have a foundation in reality or is it all a pipe dream?
Read this short exerpt: