Monday, May 22, 2006

Quotes You Won't Find In Any Sahaj Marg PR


Quotes of concern from Sri Ram Chandra Mission (Sahaj Marg…The Natural Path) literature being disseminated in our communities under the guise of "Spirituality".

Management of Sri Ram Chandra Mission

Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari aka Chariji (Guru)…Plastics Engineer and Retired Mill Manager with TTK Group.
Baskhar Roa…(Chief Preceptor)…Retired General Manager, State Bank of Mysore, India
Santosh Khanjee (International Affairs and Web site)…..Businessman & Developer, Austin, Texas…

Shri Ram Chandra Mission

Purchased 2 Castles in Europe (Augerans, France (Peugeot Castle) and Denmark) and numerous commercial buildings and properties around the world. (1500 centres worldwide, real estate value $1 billion, according to Shri Sexena, President of Babuji Memorial Ashram)

Operates many Web sites including SRCM and SMRTI (Sahaj Marg Research and Training Institute). The Mission operates a private school in Chennai, India: Lalaji Memorial Omega School with a questionable "value based" school curriculum starting with 5 years old kids….The curriculum (mostly the teachings of a form Hinduism), is in 100 schools in India.

Linked and collaborates with International Association of Spiritual Psychiatry, European preceptor (Swiss Psychiatrist) published research on 54 "serfs" (disciples), and is a collaborator on the Sri Ram Chandra Mission Web site.

Schisms within the group in India (see (was called Ramashram) and Institute of Ram Chandra Consciousness and by another group…court cases around the use of names of Web sites and books of Ram Chanrdra of Shahjahanpur, in India and Europe (France)

Many dis-enchanted disciples (see links for blogs) in Europe, targeted by Sahaj Marg in the 1970's.

Listed on 2 French Government Committee reports on "cult" activity.


From their book "The Efficacy of Sahaj Marg"

The daily prayer…(to the Guru)

O Master! Thou art the real goal of human life; we are yet but slaves of wishes putting bar to our advancement. Thou art the only God and power to bring us up to that stage.

To Whom is the Mission Prayer Addressed and Why

Babuji himself has written that ultimately He (pointing upwards) is the real Master . . . and all the human Masters who come on this world, on this earth, are His representatives. If that is so, then why do we address the prayer, "Oh, Master" and not "Oh, God". Now today I am giving you the answer for that. Because God, it is a living God who is before you in the form of the Master ...this is an embodied flesh-and-blood divinity . . . who can understand our needs; who can understand our temperaments; who can sympathize with us, being human himself; who can accept our failings, perhaps having failed himself in some way . . .

From: Heart of the Lion (Book by Chari)...Page 14

....So I repeat, the Guru is the only friend. In fact, I have said this so often, that in the Sufi philosophy, the Guru is called Friend. "The Friend is coming". Because he is the only fellow who can give his life for you. He is the only fellow, therefore, to whom you must hand over totally, a Power of Attorney....."Do with me as you think I deserve to be done with. Kick me when I have to be kicked. Beat me when I have to be beaten. Curse me when I have to be cursed. But make of me what you think I should be eventually, because only you can do it."

So once more I say this in all humility....if you must have a Master, find a fellow who is capable of, you know, throwing you around, beating you up, cutting you to pieces. Remember Parushurama's father and the stern test that young boy had to make for obedience...."Kill your Mother"...."Yes"...

He pulled out the sword and cut off her head. He said, "I am pleased with you my son. Ask for anything you want." He said, "I want my mother alive." And He said, "So be it." and she got up and walked off. The Guru is the Master, when you say of destiny, it means life and death. He must be the Master of your life as he must be the Master of your death.

From Book " Salient Features of Sahaj Marg" Series 2 (page 26)....

In examining this idea of freedom, we have been led to the conclusion that what we have thought of as freedom is nothing but a state of surrender to the Master's will. We have not lost freedom in the sense that we have been deprived of it. We have voluntarily, whole-heartedly and devotedly surrendered it to the Master of our Soul. To those who are fortunate enough to arrive at this stage, the Master is no longer a guide for spirituality alone. He has now become the Master of one's life in all it's aspects of existence. He becomes the father, the mother, the son, the teacher, the doctor, in fact, there is no role that He does not play in the abhyasi's life. He has taken total charge of the abhyasi. So we see that only our surrendering to Him can bring about a state where He can take total charge of us!

Analysing this further we find, surprisingly, that a great and unimaginable freedom is now confered on the abhyasi. It is the freedom from freedom itself. It is the freedom of invulnerability. We may even say that it is the freedom of invincibility. We are no longer answerable for our actions. We merely obey. The person who issues the orders, the Master, assumes complete responsibility for anything we do. We are no longer vulnerable to the world. Therefore, a great calm, a great freedom comes to us. Out of our apparent loss of previous freedom- largely illusory as we have seen- we now receive a divine gift, the true freedom of a spiritual state, a real freedom which some saints have called "The Great Liberation".

Maxim 2...(Spiritual cloning)

Now for the form of prayer which may ensure the greatest good to everyone. I may say that one should be brought to the same state of mind which is usually developed at the time of prayer. The feeling that he as a true servant approaches the great Master in the humble capacity of an insignificant beggar must be engrossed upon his mind. He may put up everything before his Master, resigning himself completely to His will. In other words he may assume his real form after surrendering everything to the Master. He should withdraw himself from all sides and turn completely towards Him losing all worldly charms. The remembrance of everything should merge into the remembrance of One -- the Ultimate, resounding all through in every particle of his being. This may be known as complete annihilation of self. If one develops in this state, in my view he should be considered as an embodiment of prayer. Every thought of his will be synonymous with that of the Master. He will never turn towards anything that is against the Divine will. His mind will always be directed towards that which is the Master's command.

Philosophy in Sahaj Marg

On the Philosophy of Sahaj Marg, Chari in a speech on New Year's Day, 2005 at Babuji Memorial Ashram, Manapakkam, INDIA, said:

"There is no room for philosophy in speeches of Sahaj Marg. In fact, Sahaj Marg has no philosophy. It does not rest on any philosophy. It is neither advaita nor dvaita nor vishishta advaita."

Ignorance is Bliss....
From Book "Salient features of Sahaj Marg" Series 2 (Page 20)

The fact of unknowing, which Lalaji expressed so simply- Ignorance is Bliss. When there is a fire and I don't know that there is a fire, I am comparatively happier than if I know there is a fire.....

Be Like Lions

From Book "Salient Features of Sahaj Marg" Series 2 (Page 21)

Look within. Look to the Heart. Build your heart. Make it brave, make it strong, make it courageous. Be Lions, as Babuji wanted. He said: "One lion is worth more that five hundred sheep." It is not that we do not accept sheep but we accept sheep who are willing to become lions, not sheep who want to stay on as sheep.......And what was but a shepherd's pen has now become the jungle in which the lions roam freely. This is what we are setting out to achieve....
.....He wanted our hearts to be like lions - brave, courageous, capable of discrimination, able to give up everything for the sake of the Master.

Dying in Love

When there is love between two persons, wether husband and wife, father and son, mother and daughter, friends, guru and disciple- if this real love is there between the two, there will automatically develop a mutual respect, a mutual regard, even a mutual admiration, perhaps even a mutual worship. Because friendship must ripen into love, love must ripen into adoration. Adoration must ripen into worship, into surrender and then into extinction of the self.
Therefore you see, loving is dying. To love is to die. ........

No Diseases with Sahaj Marg.

A Publication of the India Network Foundation, Bowling Green, Ohio, USA
Founder and President, Dr. K. V. Rao.

President of Sri Ramchandra Mission, Shahjahanpur (UP), Umesh Chandra Saxena, has said that regular meditation will keep all diseases at bay. He said in Visakhapatnam on Friday that Pranahuthi - the forgotten art of yogic transmission - was revived and popularised by the mission's founder Sri Ramachandra Mahara (Lalaji) and his successor, Babuji.

Idol Worship

From Book: "Salient Features of Sahaj Marg" (SMRI Series 3) Page 52-53

Sahaj Marg has nowhere said temple worship is wrong, nor does Master expressly forbid idol worship. ....

To other abhyasis, the preceptor has become such an idol. I believe that any abhyasi who says, "my preceptor" when talking about the preceptor who is serving him has fallen into this form of idol worship. Here it is the preceptor who has been transformed into an idol, or idolised. Here again the Master may be in the background, but is that Master's rightful place? When Master says that every gods are fuctionaries of Nature, and are there to serve, and not to be served, can we deify preceptors and relatives in this way?

I must say that preceptors generally do not fall into this error. But abhyasis idolize them to the extent of ascribing to them the credit which should go to the Master. Where our credit is given, there goes our gratitude and this is followed by our love. So, wrongly ascribed credit can be disastrous in leading to the creation of an idol for us. So Master's message is quite clear. All credit goes to our Master. When we give credit where it is not due, that too is a form of idol worship. We should beware of falling into such errors.......


Page 19....

Connections with relations should be established in such a way that the inner bond should appear severed. However one should be a partner in their joys and sorrows. This should be with everybody.

Refrain from entering into monetary transactions. When they are in dire need, financial help should be given to the extent that one does not feel sorry if the money is not returned, and relations are not strained.


Page 25....

If you think that it is your Mission, it is your Master, it is His plant, therefore, it is yours, then there is no sacrifice, there is no giving. You are only watering your own plant. Who should you credit for it?

To think that my Master depends on my donation could very possibly be a sin. Masters exist in a dimension where money does not play a part. Whenever he makes us donate something, he does so to lighten our burdens. Our contribution to our Master's work is perhaps of the same proportion as the squirrel's contribution to Lord Rama's work.

....But they did it out of a sense of participation, like children participating in the work. Out of Love, you see, participation out of Love.

Page 32.....


I have known Master refusing a beggar five rupees. I have known Master castigating our foreign abhyasis when they came and paid the rikshawwala ten rupees when the standard fare was three rupees. He was not generous. He was always right. Rightness does not mean generosity, rightness does not mean honesty, it does not mean anything. .....

Master’s (Chariji) New Year Address (2002)

…So, since you asked me to speak, I’m speaking. I hope you are listening carefully, and you will ATTEMPT to follow the practise sincerely, with dedication, with absolute faithfulness to the practice, so that within a few short months, you will be able to feel in yourself that, "Yes, there is something in me which has changed. Yes, I see it myself, therefore I don’t need others to tell me anything about it. I am happy, so I don’t need other people to make me happy. I am content, I don’t need anything else to make me content. Where I sit in peace, thinking of my Master, I have the sole companion in my life whom I need. I don’t need anybody else to give me company.

Then you will find happiness in Sahaj Marg , you will find fulfillment in Sahaj Marg . You will be ALONE but NEVER LONELY. YOU WILL HAVE NO RELATIVES, but you will have the one friend without whom we can do nothing and whom we don’t have, though we have many friends! He who has no Master, may have many friends but no real friend. He who has the Master may have only one friend but He is the real friend. And may that true friend be with you, guide you, help you, and take you to Himself.

Happy New Year, and may the Master bless you.
Thank you.

How to Surrender? (become a "living dead") (paraphrased from many books)

To effect the surrender of God in the easiest way, only an act of will is required. Self surrender is nothing but a state of complete resignation to the will of Master with total disregard of self.

1. The only effective way to attach one’s self firmly to the Abhyas is, to link himself with the Unlimited or in other words with one who, having linked himself with the unlimited, has attained the state of perfection. When you have linked yourself thus it means that the great personality has taken you in the bosom of his heart. Your effort towards going deep into it means you have taken up the path towards the Ultimate. That is what the word surrender conveys and which is the only surest path for the attainment of complete perfection. So long as you do a thing and know that you are doing it, it is not the right course and you are away from the level of surrender, because the feeling of ego is also there. Surrender is free from any conscious idea of ego. Everything there goes on in an automatic way according to the need of the moment without any previous or after thought.

2. The easiest and surest means to achieve this end (Absolute State) is to surrender yourself to the great Master in true sense and become a ‘Living Dead’ yourself. This feeling of surrender if cultivated by forced and mechanical means seldom prove to be genuine. It must develop automatically within you without the least strain or pressure upon the mind. Even if the knowledge of this fact is retained then it is not the true form of surrender. What remains to be done, when you have surrendered yourself in true sense, is, I believe, nothing. In this state you will be in close touch with Reality all the time and the current of Divine Effulgence will continue its flow to you without a break.

Talk on 21st November 2001. 7 a.m.

Dehradun (While addressing a family, about to be newly introduced to the system, after he had spoken to them about the system for about 1 hour) It is an important thing this that when we accept a Master, we accept Him completely. It is not that He is only a Master for spirituality, and we look to others for other things.

Question: Will the dependence on the Master ever stop?
From Book "Spider's Web" (volume 1) page 53

An Abhyasis asked the Master: "You are always talking of liberation and freedom, but everything you teach seems to need more and more dependence on the Master. Can you please explain this?"
Master replied, "Yes, you are right. But the attachment and dependence on the Master is only for the purpose of detaching you from the rest of creation, and finally, a stage comes when the dependence on the Master is cut. Thereafter, you are on you own in direct contact with God."

Page 90

....This is the way of the spiritual soldier.

Page 91

On Astrology...

Whatever may be the status of astrology as a science, sincere abhyasis of the Mission should not be guided by it because my Master has categorically said that sadhana is to change one's destiny. Therefore, for a sincere abhyasi, astrology cannot and will not work. It can only talk about the past very accurately. The future is in our hands to create with my Master's grace, blessing and help. Your coming into the Mission may have been because of your merit carried over from the past. However, nobody can leave the Mission exept through foolishness and superstitious belief in other things. So you should never think of this.

Unnoticeable Progress

Page 93

....It is Master's grace that we are moving so rapidly from change to change without most of the persons perceiving anything. What a great protection Master offers us.

Page 95..

...If you want to become perfect, you should emulate your Master in all aspects of life.

Talk at Satkhol Jan 29, 2001 (transcribed from Video)

Q : Master, the desire to reach the goal, you cannot call it a desire to reach the goal ?
R : One man, one time.
Think, think !
We have got into too much of these stereotypes,
Q : Of what?
R : Stereotypes, that insulin is necessary for diabetes, vaccine for this, something for

(Speaking with the 2 girls)
We have to do it. See, suppose you feed me, you have given away one meal for which you should have worked for years. So, a man can give, or a human being gives only by taking somebody’s else share.

Why Women Cannot Be Master in SRCM

12:30 p.m. On why a lady cannot be a Master Babuji said that a Master of that caliber gets orders from above, and their work includes that of destruction. A woman is not capable of such destruction. All this talk about equality between men and women the more they talk about something, the less they will get it. Equality is different from equalization. There are high pressure and low pressure areas. In the process of equalization, the wind flows from here to there, and this process if what creates the climate. If the pressure were the same everywhere, there would be no climate. This is the way of nature: Inequality Equalization Inequality Equalization (alluding to a low pressure building, winds blowing from other high pressure areas, another low pressure building up, etc.) Today you see American woman trying to do everything that the male does. They join the navy seals It is not a job for them. I might offend the woman here, but God did not create both as equals. Each have their own sphere of functioning.

November 25, 2001, 8:45 a.m

Satkhol Before the morning satsangh, the door of the meditation hall was left open, and Master asked someone to close it. After this was done, an abhyasi walked in, leaving the door open again. This was closed, only for the same scene to happen yet again! Master said In the West, they have a habit to leave things as they were. If a door is open, they will leave the door open. If a door was closed, they will close the door behind them. They will leave things as they find it. This practice makes life very simple. There are many things we should learn from the West. It is the Indians who have the arrogance to leave things any which way. Some closes a door. Someone opens a door. It is a mess. (Later an abhyasi recalled a dream in which he saw Lalaji as Babuji as Love, and Chariji as Discipline). Master recalled Babujis directive in Paris (1982) to Him to bring discipline into the mission. But there are several people still in the mission who are undisciplined. So saying, He turned and looked at a girl who was sitting right next to Him (As if He was saying this to her). And almost immediately, she began to wipe off some tears from the corner of her eyes. And Master, looking at this, said Now, Dont you start. I do not understand women at all. Say the slightest of things harshly, and they begin to create a scene. It appears that I should only talk about superficial things like the food, the weather, etc. to them. Anything stronger than that, they cannot take it. I do not know what Mami (referring to His late wife) will think about all this. Maybe she will pull me up for what I am saying now, once I get to the brighter world. I do not know whether I am going there or not, but she is there. Babuji is saying You are doing good work. So continue doing it. You have built Satkhol. Go on, and build more places like this Master said that, in 2005, we would have a new ashram in Uttar Kashi, which is the place where the Sapta Rishis (the Seven Sages governing the universe) came down to the Earth to meditate. He also talked about an ashram in the place where Pathanjali had his ashram

On Homosexuality:

"So what wonders can it do if this is on a global scale? That is why Sahaj Marg is performing marriages—no questions asked, except whether you are old enough to get married, and whether you are a man and a woman. Unlike the churches in the world, we don’t perform same-sex marriages. That is unnatural. God did not intend it to be thus. Please excuse me, it is a personal comment, it is not Sahaj Marg. But there are things, as Babuji Maharaj said, "If God did not want two sexes, he could have as well created one and seen that the world propagated by itself." There are unicellular organisms called amoeba which just split when they want. No problems of sex, no problems of love and hate, no problems of, shall we say, illegitimate babies, no need for Viagra. You know, when it is big enough it just splits and there are two. "Behold, there was one and now there are two," says the Lord. So God could have done anything he wanted, you see. Why two sexes? Not so that one sex should marry among themselves, isn’t it? So, what the church may allow, I don’t have to condone or accept. To me, it is a very blatant misuse of so-called privileges of the human being, fundamental rights, et cetera. Of course, if you claim it is your fundamental right to go the dogs, so be it! Even God cannot stop it.

Why Group Sittings?

The third reason is easy: because He said so, and therefore, we obey. So you see, group satsanghs are important because they amplify our efforts, the results being far bigger than the sum of individual efforts, and we learn tolerance, respect and love.

My comments....

"Dependence on the Guru so as to detach yourself from the rest of creation", means detaching yourself from your family, friends, pets, problems of daily life, etc This is not "spirituality of the householder" as Sahaj Marg (the Natural Path) claims to be, but psychiatry…take a pill.

Loving and caring for the life and the world we have created is "spirituality of the householder", not escaping, navel gazing, detaching and shirking our responsibility. The type of spirituality they are selling for the living is one for the moment of death. No wonder they sell the "living dead" concept as "spiritual". Let them "die", we should remain alive (and have "more life", as Christ is quoted as saying) until we die, and try to help rather that deserting and neglecting in the name of GOD.

In Sahaj Marg, under Chari, the "serf" has an attachment (dependence/ addiction) to a person (a capitalist with materialist desires at that) that is not present (ie. living in India) and can request anything from his "serfs" (money, service etc…ie what the friends and family did),

The Guru promises to be there at death but he is not there now (except in the imagination or the mind), so? We (the family) will still have the duty of caring for the person until he/she dies, burying the body, and then the Guru will magically appear and take him/her to God….Yeah! Right! If anyone buys that, I got a Bridge for sale !!

Soldiers must always obey and are not free to disobey... (to the point of killing)...We are not soldiers, but pilgrims...We are FREE. Representative Democracy has made us freer and Direct Democracy will give us even more freedom (to vote on issues).....but we must forever protect (control/be on guard) ourselves from the religion, army and/or gang creators....Kings and Leaders with "divine inspiration", including the Indian Brahmin, in their greed and lust for power and immortality that always divide the citizenry into them and us......

Let them (the megalomaniacs) become Gods in their own minds and in their own mythologies and leave the good people (us) alone to mend the divisions they create.

Reverence, Respect and Restraint
About other religions (Christianity)

A talk given by Shri Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari at the Seminar in Vrads Sande, Denmark on 1st November, 2005

So you are lucky. If you were in religion, you would have to go to church and you know, tell lies in that wonderful place called the confessional. "Lord, forgive me for what I have done this week." And there’s an equally sinful priest on the other side of the curtain saying, "In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ I absolve you of your sins." Something he has no power to do. No man on earth has power to absolve you of your sins except two people: one yourself, and one your God. In between there is nobody who can do it. That is why religion is useless, that is why religion has failed. That’s why you are all here, not in church.

...and later

I am no Christ, you know, to crucify myself on the cross for all of you. Do you think Christ was a wise man, that he became crucified so that forever and ever after humanity is absolved of its sins? I don’t think so. It gave you more license for indulgence. But after all, you have been forgiven two thousand years ago for what you are going to do today, what your children are going to do ten years hence, and so on and so forth. I don’t think he was wise. He left no room, no incentive for human beings to change, become moral, become spiritual. You are all happy, you see, that you had a Christ who got crucified. None of us weep for Christ. We are happy. "God bless him," we say, which is another blasphemy. You need blessings, not Christ. So beware, you Europeans, strong, powerful, well-fed, rich, handsome. Ask yourself, "Quo vadis?

Sahaj Sandesh No.: 2005.31 - Wednesday, June 22, 2005

ABHYASI'S QUESTION:"..... why do I have to give up my existing religious practices....."
MASTER'S ANSWER: "All religious practice involve the worship of God as being outside us. It is called Bahya Upachara in Sanskrit. Spirituality puts God where HE really is - inside the human heart, and indeed at the heart of every created thing, as Lord Krishna says in the Bhagavad Gita. One cannot mix the two. In the Vedas Murthy Pooja is called the lowest form of worship. Mantra is only a way of pleasing the mind, and bhajans please the senses, while giving the illusion of being a form of worship. I trust that this will be satisfactory. If people have more questions, they should be encouraged to read the Gita slowly, and try to understand it. Love to all."


Adding Spirit to Knowledge
A talk given by Shri Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari
During the Republic Day Celebrations on 26th January, 2006
at Lalaji Memorial Omega School, Chennai, India

I have seen in the U.S. that past students of great universities donate in millions, and they are very affluent universities. People go from here and admire those campuses—eighty acres, hundred acres, magnificent structures, well-endowed laboratories, well-stocked libraries, computers, what have you—and they compare them with the poor facilities available in our country here. But without money, you know, we cannot achieve anything. And what we have achieved is with those moneys that have come in from mainly the U.S., our abhyasis. So if anybody asks you who built this school, and who is going to build the rest of it, you can say abhyasis of Shri Ram Chandra Mission whose heart was well developed by education, whose intelligence was honed razor sharp, to such an extent that the Indian community in the U.S. is considered to be the most affluent of the so-called aliens. We owe [to them] what we are going to do, what we have done and what we shall do in the future. So my gratitude to them, first and foremost.

Here is a quote from Chari in the SMRTI, Youth Services,

Chari Talks to Kids about God....

My comments
(Flawed theology leads to flawed philosophy (or no philosophy as Chari likes to say of Sahaj Marg, and leads to corrupt institutions with followers with flawed theology, flawed philosophy, flawed logic, intellect, morals, ethics etc)
Look at the Curriculum and question the stories taught to the kids at the Lalaji Memorial OMEGA School. Why Omega and not Alpha/Omega. Or simply Lalaji Memorial School? Is it the END? The "Final Solution" or is it a CODE?

Q: If God is formless and without attributes, why in the numerous books of literature in Sahaj Marg is God always referred to as "Him"?
Chariji: God is male. Nature is female.

Lesson from the School Curriculum…used in 100 schools in India including the LMOS (Lalaji Memorial Omega School) Why OMEGA?

Be friendly and not quarrelsome.
Show your love for your friends by sharing in their joys and sorrows.
Only people who love us and care for us criticize us by pointing out our mistakes. We must take the criticisms in the right spirit.

A way to begin

Tell them the story of Krishna and his friend Sudama. Since most of the children may be familiar with this story, ask them questions in between or deliberately make a mistake to see how attentive they are!
Tell them the story of how Krishna helped Arjun fight the Kurukshetra war. When Arjun declined from fighting the war because all his relatives were lined up against him. Krishna, who was Arjun’s best friend, advised Arjun and reminded him of his duties. This was how the immortal verses of Gita were born.
The two stories show what a good friend Krishna was. He helped when it was necessary but also criticized when it was needed. Let the children understand that God, who is our best friend, does the same way. He helps us when we need his help. When we do something wrong, He reminds us of it too!


Ask them—"Are you afraid of your friends or do you love them? Do your friends help you or leave you when you are in trouble? If you think of God as your friend, will you be afraid of Him or will you love Him? As your friend, will He help you or leave you? What will you do to show your love for Him?" Discuss this point.

Tell them that teachers are our Gurus at school. Without their help it will be difficult to learn things. We will learn better if we respect and love our Gurus. Parents act as Gurus at home.

Story 2 - Do you know that in the olden days there were no schools as we have them today? There were teachers who lived in their ashrams. They were highly respected and students would go to them, stay with them for a few years, serve them in every way and learn from them. At the end of their study period they would offer something as their Guru Dakshina. The following story is about a boy who was eager to learn from a guru.

Jathila was the son of a poor widow. He wanted to study with a guru who lived across the forest but he was scared to go alone. His mother told him not to be scared and to call out for brother Gopal. Jathila believed in her and called out Gopal’s name when he went into the forest. Soon a cowherd appeared before him and asked him what he wanted. When he learnt about Jathila’s fears he told him not to be afraid and that he would help him. Everyday Jathila would call out to Gopal and with his escort, cross the forest. Soon the school term came to an end and Jathila was in a fix what to give his teacher as Guru dakshina. Gopal solved this problem by giving him a pot of curd. When the teacher tasted the curd, he found it so sweet and tasty that he wanted to know from where Jathila had got it. When Jathila narrated who had been helping him all these days, the teacher realized that innocent Jathila’s escort was no one else but God himself!

My comments (In French)...: Il faut proteger nos enfants de se fier aux etrangers, meme ceux qui sont vetus en Guru Indous on en "Stetson Blancs " a la Hollywood de Georges Bush.

Si vous pouvez changer ce curriculum, au moins vous aurez sauve les enfants de la desesperation que vous et plusieurs dans le Sahaj Marg resentent quand vos idols vous trahissent ou vous abusent. Demandez au Monsieur qui a perdu sa famille et lisez encore des souffrances sur Je ne pense pas que vous avez le pouvoir. Au Canada, Chari a pouvoir legale dans la societe SRCM Canada. (4 directeurs Canadiens et 7 directeurs etrangers (Indiens, et USA).
Les pauvres et simples qui tavaillent chez MacDonald ne decident pas du menu et des degradations morales et environementales causes par le "management team"….Bonne Chance!…

Dans mes recherches sur le Sahaj Marg,, contrairement a ce que disait Babuji, et Lalaji, le "management team" a fait cible sur les enfants avec un curriculum que je pense etre une autre example de la mentalite de control du Sahaj Marg. Ils appellent leur curriculum "value based spirituality". Ce curriculum est maintenant dans une centaines d’ecoles aux Indes, y inclus le Lalaji Memorial Omega School.
Voici en anglais, des sections que vous, qui leur donnez vos sous, avez finance et dorenavant sont "responsables" et devront repondre avec votre karma ou des "samskaras". Dieu est juste. Chari n’est pas Dieu. Vos yeux sont maintenant ouverts. Vous pouvez voir le curriculum au site SMRTI, avec un mot de passe, car ils le cachent maintenant. J’en ai fait copie.

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