Sunday, January 17, 2010

The REAL Shri Ram Chandra Mission History (Part 3)

Taken and Translated from a research article by Alexis on his French blog: Le Projet Sahaj Marg

Comments and Insertions by 4d-don are in "red italics"

The Totalitarian Temptation

Sahaj Marg is a concept that has much evolved over time, whether because of the individuals who have inspired it or the techniques that were implemented. Now reduced to its simplest form, this is hardly a meditation technique. Proponents are often single women, weakened by life, and therefore easy prey for a guru whose hold on their lives is impressive, almost limitless, whether it be their family's most intimate affairs or their social and professional life. This does not prevent the followers to mix Sahaj Marg with every possible techniques that have come out of the nebulous New Age.

The Sahaj Marg, a Terribly Evolutionary Concept

The legend currently in place at the Shri Ram Chandra Mission (SRCM California-1997) states that Sahaj Marg has three masters, Lalaji, the original source, Babuji, the founder and Rajagopalachari, the currently living master. It also tells us that Sahaj Marg is a spiritual method unique and unmatched anywhere else, an exclusive specificity.

The real history tells us a very different story. Hujur, (or Hujoor) last Muslim master of the Sufi brotherhood of Naqsbandiya (before the founding of the NaqshMuMRa lineage of Lalaji as a sub-branch of the Naqshbandia Sufi Order), initiated the Hindu, Lalaji, into the secrets of his teaching. Together they built a syncretic teaching from Sufism and the Hindu Santmat.

The current Satsang resulting therefrom tells us that Lalaji dubbed (baptised) this teaching with the name: "Naveen Sadhana". Lalaji's grandson, Dinaysh Kumar Saxena, tells us that Lalaji became the first Sufi master not converted to Islam from the branch of NaqshMuMRa, and he did so with the blessing of Hujur. Kasturi, the "Saint" of Sahaj Marg according to Babuji, says that Lalaji is Santmat.

See: Naqsh MuMRa Stream of Sufis, by Dr. RK Gupta

Be that as it may, Lalaji sent his disciples to spread his teachings through the current of Ramashram Satsang. He named his son Jag Mohan Narain to succeed him as head of the Sufi order of NaqshMuMRa and appointed his nephews Brij Mohan Lal and Radha Mohan Lal as his seconds.

Therefore, Babuji was never promoted to anything by Lalaji in his lifetime (see why here) . Except that between 1944 and 45, (13 years after the death of Lalaji, and after having attended the Satsangh of some of Lalaji's legitimate appointees) he made a decision to base the Sahaj Marga and to create the Shri Ram Chandra Mission following the (alleged) instructions received by him during his dreams. But Lalaji is hardly the only one to have haunted his dreams. In his dreams were also Muhammad, Jesus and Ramakrishna, no less, but also other Sufi masters and Kabir and Swami Vivekananda ...

In 1963, Babuji takes his distance from the Sufis, a denigration that borders on denial. (see letter from Babuji in 1963) Meanwhile, Dr KC Varadachari, his best friend and most faithful disciple, is spreading the idea that Sahaj Marga is nothing but an adaptation of Raja Yoga, a simplified method accessible to everyone. By then, it's already been a long time and Babuji no longer speaks of Krishna, Kabir or Vivekananda.

On the website of the Shri Ram Chandra Mission, Dr. KS Balasubramaniam recognizes that the transmission of divine energy (??? calling an experience of energy "divine" because it is "transmitted" by a Guru via a preceptor, both humans, is not a given and should remain questionable), the so-called exclusivity of Sahaj Marg, existed well before him, and not only among the Hindus but also among the Sufis, the Buddhists and in Saivism. It (apparently) took place a long time ago between Saint Vasishtha and Lord Rama, but it was even used recently between Ramakrishna and Vivekananda, in the nineteenth century. (One could venture that many religions have, or have had at some time or other, some sort of "transmission" of some form of "divine energy" as part of their mythology. Maybe except Buddhism?? Any other religion??)

Rajagopalachari retains only the legend of the three masters and ignores all the roots previous to Sahaj Marg, to assert the exclusive nature of this meditation technique which focuses on the heart. His followers focus on the only living master, maintaining an exclusive relationship with him which he encourages by creating confusion between the master and the Divine. The cultural integration of Sahaj Marg has then reached its peak, it is total.

First a spiritual teaching, Sahaj Marga has become a method of meditation, (claiming to be) an adapted and simplified Raja Yoga in the hands of Babuji. Intoxicated with his power over men, Rajagopalachari has totally de-cultured it and completely emptied it of its meaning to refocus it on the all-powerful master to whom all owe obedience. His followers have completed the work by building a cult around his personality where Sahaj Marg is nothing but a simple tool of personal development, a technique for well-being, a trademarked "Sahaj Marg ™" as there are so many others .

This (Sahaj Marg) is nothing other than the product of the interaction between Rajagopalachari and his followers, from the total surrender to the master and the cult of the personality, which his followers have erected. Totally decultured and just slightly impregnated with what it takes of "Indian-ness" and esotericism so as to attract Westerners in search of an exotic orientalism, it is erected as the spiritual "holy grail", a unique technique of Sahaj Marg™ which can now be spread to the whole planet without holding back.

The Groupies, Fans of the Star

Ferdinand Wulliemier*, preceptor of Sahaj Marg and Swiss psychiatrist, conducted a study that he related to the Symposium on Medicine in the Third Millennium of January 19, 1997:

"It covers a population of 54 persons for a period of 8 years
between 1988 and 1996. These 54 persons were patients that I took personally as a psychotherapist and who either began to think about or meditated already under the system of Sahaj Marg Yoga (...)

Who are the people who are involved in a spiritual practice from a sociological perspective? Almost three quarters are women. They are between 18 and 80 years, rarely more, with a maximum between 35 and 50 years. This allows a link with the "mid-life crisis" spoken of by CG Jung, which he placed around 35 years of age.
What is their backgrounds and professions? Almost all seems represented, but there is an over-representation of care-givers, teachers, but also to a lesser extent, and perhaps artists.

What is their evolutionary level, that is to say, what level of psychological functioning can connect them when they start to meditate? Let me say first that according to that estimate, almost a quarter have had psychotherapy before beginning a spiritual practice.
A sizable minority of them, about 30% are people called "unstructured" If I take the usual psychiatric classification they include "borderline personality", borderline-neurotic borderline pre-psychotic (...)".

Almost three quarters of the followers are women, says Wulliemier. After verification, this is the case in Europe. The proportion decreases gradually as one climbs the hierarchy: two thirds of the preceptors and only half of the vice presidents (...of the national SRCM societies ... positions without power where in Canada, at SRCM (Canada), the majority of members of the Board of Birectors are male "non-residents", versus two "resident" women, chosen by Chari, of course. Who can disobey or oppose the Master without risking "lifetimes" without "liberation", or simply shunning? What has happened to "democracy" in the non-profit, foreign "charities", sector? Is "dictatorship" the norm now among religious charities?) are women, the committee of the President is 100% male, and a master or president can never be a woman, dixit (says) Rajagopalachari. In contrast, in India, the proportion is reversed and there are more than a quarter of preceptors who are women.

The divorce between India and the West is flagrant, the population of Sahaj Marg is clearly divided in two, both socially and psychologically. On one side is a world that is still very patriarchal with Indian preceptors attracted by the lights of power and money, where to approach Rajagopalachari is to integrate into a network of well placed individuals in the political and financial circles, hitherto inaccessible, in the hope of enjoying personal providential benefits. On the other side, is a Western world largely dominated by women of middle age, often single, separated or divorced, spinsters or single mothers in a very egocentric quest for emotional balance.

Ferdinand Wulliemier* tells us that all the professions are represented, although some are more frequent. There are actually almost no labourers and/or farmer. Spirituality (it seems) does not motivate the primary sector of production, as it invades the services or the creative sectors, especially the personal services. The medical and para-medical, education as well as training and teaching, personal development, welfare or artistic creative sectors swarm with the followers of Sahaj Marg. A quick explanation, perhaps a simplistic one, they are more than others in direct contact with anything that produces human (physical, emotional) misery, and therefore are more likely to succumb to the lure of a spiritual well-being.

Ferdinand Wulliemier* also tells us that nearly one third of the followers are "unstructured personalities", or "borderline" in the psychiatric language, and have had psychotherapy. So much so that Rajagopalachari already expressed concern in December 1992: "(...) our preceptors must be very careful when accepting new abhyasis to ensure they do not have people here who can not be helped. I 'm especially referring to people who have mental problems, and have undergone treatment in psychiatric hospitals or offices. Cases like this are becoming more frequent (...)."

In 2008, Ajay Kumar Bhatter also notices it, and is surprised because he states: "many European preceptors have problems with depression". So things are not fixed yet. And yet, the training manual for preceptors said that "(...) the transmission can exacerbate mental problems of such persons and in some cases lead to suicidal tendencies." Indian followers confirm (See blog by Sameer or testimonial by Rajan) that the meditation by Sahaj Marg has caused them hallucinations, manic-depression and even madness.

On May 14, 2009, Ferdinand Wulliemier intervenes before the 20th Congress of GRAAP (Groupe Romand d'Acceuil et d'Action Psychiatrique) in Lausanne, saying essentially that depression is an opportunity to transcend the evolutionary stages and to merge with the divine .

Clearly, supporters recruited by the Shri Ram Chandra Mission are often psychologically fragile people, and meditation can exacerbate their psychological problems, even to madness or suicide, but it is now said to offer an opportunity to better achieve the ultimate goal of Sahaj Marg and thus to cure the depression. In other words, one enters Sahaj Marg depressed, meditation increases the depression, but if you follow the instruction to the letter, it cures the depression. (that's the "fantasy" claim ... not proof. Some (most religions) claim that prayer will also cure "all that ails you"!! How long have the "good people" prayed for PEACE??)

Countless followers have sent letters to the master, and they show their incredible emotional family and societal distress. In this sense they are a good sample of the collateral damage caused by the modern world. Rather than seeking solutions to their discomfort in the defects of society itself, and struggling to make changes, they turn to the inner spiritual solution promised by Rajagopalachari, definitely secluding themselves from the outside world.

Sahaj Marg sets the ultimate goal in merging with the divine, providing one obeys and serves the master in everything and for everything. That's what they call "evolutive evolution", or their "invertendo", where the master becomes the father, the mother, (the doctor, the financial advisor, ) etc... Solely focused on their troubles, the followers focus exclusively on their relationship with the master. The way to achieve the ultimate goal becomes more important than the merger with the divine. This (allegedly) helps to forget one's worries and the daily frustrations of everyday adult life, and to find the freshness and worry-free life of childhood, a regression to the years of innocence where the practitioner has only to adore her/his dad. The means have replaced the end.

Proponents have therefore transformed Sahaj Marg into a solution to their egocentric malaise, a delicate balance where Rajagopalachari serves as a psychological crutch. Sahaj Marg has nothing to do with spirituality, it has became a simple technique of interior well-being, based on the total surrender to a master who asks only that.

* See also: SRCM, Astrology and (New Age) Therapies of All Kinds

The Totalitarian Guru

Proponents seeking an exclusive relationship with their guru, much as the bimbo groupies, fans of a star draw up a cult around his/her personality. Intoxicated with his power, Rajagopalachari stresses that they increasingly abandon themselves to their master by maintaining an unhealthy confusion between the master and the Divine. He puts them to the test and, having fun at their expense, pushes ever further the limits of his growing power.

Generally, they must obey and serve their guru in everything and everywhere, instantly, without using their knowledge and critical thinking, in a word without thinking. Specifically, he interferes little by little in their most intimate family's life, breaking up couples to impose mates on others, he destroys their social life by diverting their responsibilities and imposing his will in the place of theirs and he also succumbs to the lure of money. A power that has no limits?

Rajagopalachari took a liking to the money and his thirst, quite recently, is insatiable. The attitude of his followers confirms their total dependence. They do not rebel, and are not even offended by his remarks. Conversely, they are happy to have approached him, no matter what it has cost them. Here's what in November 18, 2007 one follower reported on the celebrations of the 80th birthday celebration of his guru:

"Master led the satsangh until 9:50
am (9 am to 9:50 am). After satsangh, the head of the center of Tiruppur said that Master was stopped by very young children as he went to the meditation hall. They held out a small (plastic) jar filled with coins and they told Master "Use this money to develop your ashram." Then Master said: "Our children know exactly where their duty is. Here also, we need to contribute to the development." Immediately Master took the microphone and declared: "I'm glad this is happening here and I am happy to be there. In many missions, it is customary to give a weight equal to that of the guru, in gold and sometimes even in diamonds. The guru can weigh 150 kg. A corresponding amount can unfortunately be spent, without counting, in the company of the film artists which he likes etc... But here I hope you all can give like this (pointing to the pot that should weigh approximately 5 kg). So do not weigh me, please give the equivalent of the 5 kg - but only if there are only bills of 1,000 Rs (rupees). I want the whole surface of this park at Tiruppur DJ to become a paradise: those who fly (by plane) above this site should be able to see this paradise from above.

Will you help me develop it?

All abhyasis said "Yes, Master"

Master: "Okay, now let us turn to the donation itself. "All abhyasis rushed to Master with bills of 1,000 rupees. Brothers and sisters at once formed a long queue, completely filled the hall and made a personal donation to Master. Master took the money from each of them, saying, "Thank you. "

All abhyasis had a great opportunity to meet Master in person while giving money.
Several couples met Master to bless them on their wedding day, so that he name their child, etc.. This also happened down the queue. Master joked with the children and gave chocolates to each of them and said: "It's very expensive chocolate because it now costs 1,000 rupees here," he joked with all while collecting the money.

Master sat more than two hours. Once all abhyasis had given Master said: "When I made the Sarovar (water pool) here at this site, many have asked me why they called it thus. It is a Kripa SAROVAR (Bollywood song) because today I have pulled hundreds of fish from it. I am extremely pleased to receive you all and to meet all of you. I can not say thank you, but I bless you all. "

It was a moment of great joy and Master left us after that. All abhyasis rejoiced and they had the great opportunity to talk face to face, and Master took the trouble to sit more than two hours, to make our happiness.

Rajagopalachari, as stated above, interferes within the most intimate family life of his followers. He destroys couples who did not suit him and fabricates others. A couple where one partner discovers Sahaj Marg is a household with a "triangle" begins. Rajagopalachari and Sahaj Marg quickly becomes invasive and the outcome is always the same. If the other partner does not join the Shri Ram Chandra Mission, the breakdown of the family, separation and divorce are down the road.

But Rajagopalachari does not only destroy couples, he also arranges marriages between his followers. He may well have already celebrated the marriage of more than 4,000 of them. He marries according to the whim of his desires, having fun in mixing nationalities and social backgrounds. It is he who arranges the meetings. He can always ask the opinion of his followers, but they are too afraid of offending him by contradicting him and they are often delighted that he will finally take care of them. The master, in his infinite goodness, has chosen them a partner. Who can ask for anything more?

For example, Rajagopalachari asks a young European adept if she would marry an Indian adept, and thus, live in India. She replies that he knows best what she needs. The same evening, the teacher introduces them to an Indian much older than she. She marries and a few days later, wrote her mother saying that Rajagopalachari was kind enough to have decided what was good for her ...

The tragedy is that the troubles are only beginning. For a believer, calling into question their union is to question the choice of his/her guru. But this is impossible, one must live with it, or begin to doubt the acts of the master, calling into question his infallibility, thus to reject him. It is not only a conjugal relationship that collapses, but all of one's beliefs. The psychological trap is terrible ...

So here's what Rajagopalachari said October 12, 2008:

"(...) So, seeing this happening in our own satsangh - Increasingly weddings are getting troublesome. People get married here by the grace of my Guru, my Master, and they
run into trouble. Some of them, fortunately only a few, the marriage is finished on the day of the wedding itself. So far We have had three cases. But it is a tragedy for me because, as Babuji said, even one drop of poison in a big vessel of milk means a big vessel full of poison. Here we do not judge success by spiritual progress, we judge it by failure. And in that sense our marriages have failed too often for my comfort. Though my boys tell me, "Only three, saab [Sir]." Should not have even been one. So you see, when our people do not appreciate the sanctity of a spiritual marriage, do not understand why they are marrying in a spiritual assembly under a spiritual atmosphere, with a spiritual purpose, somewhere the teaching has been lost (... ).

Obey and serve are more important than the practice, Rajagopalachari said in Salient Features No. 4. Excerpts:

"(...) The best disciple is one who is most obedient.

(...) Success is not the teachings, or the application or practice, it is only obedience that finally today remains in my mind as the first and only factor in our spiritual development.

(...) In obeying and following the instructions of the Master, not only in spiritual sadhana but also in all aspects of life, we come to realize that the Lord is not only the master of the spiritual life, but a Master infiltrating everything with a right in all the human functions of someone. The development of this attitude reinforces the commitment to the Master and begins to develop in the pupil a sense of total dependency to the Master.

(...) if you think about what the Master says, you're already on the path of destruction. Do not think, because if you think you place your mental process in opposition to his.

(...) Beware of any freedom, because freedom is an illusory concept. It does not exist. There is only one freedom and that is to obey the Master.

(...) When we're with the Master, we should not have desires - not even for a sitting, not even for a counsel, not even for questions and answers, nothing! "We should be like the dog which is just happy to be at the feet of the master and watch his face!

(...) The perfect dog eats only when the master feeds it. If a stranger comes and gives him something it does not take it. If the Master says, "sit", and leaves three days later, it is still sitting there. When he says, "come", it goes with him. He does not ask, "Where are you going? Why are you going? "When are we going home?"

(...) Obedience means the service of the Master. The way to serve means to obey. I can not choose how I serve my Master. I serve the way He says.

(...) Who are we to judge what the master wants, why he wants? The abhyasis who claim to be dedicated must realize that obedience is the first sign of devotion and where obedience is lacking, devotion can not be there. And where there is no devotion, I do not think there is a chance or a great opportunity to rise to spiritual heights.

(...) Friendship should not interfere with a preceptor doing his duty to an abhyasis. Where friendship interferes with spiritual growth, then such a friendship should be sacrificed in the interest of one's own development.

(... ) Obedience in the beginning is a very difficult thing because it means servility, submission of our ego to a superior person. Therefore, the ego rebels. Disobedience always derives from a rebellion of the ego. But people forget that when you're obedient, you have no more responsibility for what you do or do not do, under his command.

(...) We will not follow someone we can not love . We can obey the people who force us to obey, but there is always an internal rebellion.

(...) But in an obedience oriented in love, there is no rebellion, no anguish, no submission of the ego because we've transferred it to him

(...) Love him, obey Him, follow Him and be discharged of all else.

(...) It is not easy to love, but it is easy to obey. And it is my experience that if you obey, and just go on and on, it's easier than trying to love someone.

(...) And when we absolutely love, we obey him absolutely. Also a reliable indicator of your love for the Master is the degree of your obedience, there must be an absolute love behind it. With absolute love, there is absolute dependence. With the absolute dependence, there
is absolute abandonment.

(...) Obedience leads to abandonment.

(...) When a person surrenders to a Master, this means it has abandoned completely in every way. It has become simply an instrument in the hands of the Master.

(...) When we accept and obey Him and work for Him, and become like Him, He is happy. Thus obedience, love and abandonment are the three sides of the same
thing (...). "

Obey and serve the master, that is what Rajagopalachari demands from his followers.
Do not think or believe, be in an attitude of submission and absolute dependence. Proponents maintain the freedom only to accept total servility or not, without any liability, on the path of total abandonment.

Sahaj Marg does not advocate only subservience and total surrender to the guru from its followers. This attitude also extends beyond the everyday social life. Thus, to the legitimate revolt against the imperfections of the world outside, Rajagopalachari favors the interior solution at the expense of social engagement. To change one's self becomes more important than changing the world. The message is that we will participate in the universal evolution only through our individual inner development.

Thus, Sunday, December 26, 2005, two hours after a major earthquake, a unprecedented tsunami is sweeping down on Madras (Chennai) and South-East Asia. More than 150,000 deaths including 10% in India and five million survivors homeless. Western followers of Sahaj Marg, present at Babuji Memorial Ashram, send messages to their families back home to reassure them, and return to their meditation. They are in their bubble. The next day, the Shri Ram Chandra Mission publishes a special issue of Sahaj Sandesh to announce that the ashram has suffered "no injuries or damage.

Rajagopalachari talks about the tsunami in his speech on the following January 1st: "The Art of Listening to Nature". Some revealing passages:

"(...) And when we charge the Earth with our grossness, and it accumulates it, Nature will dismiss all this grossness, and you have events like earthquakes, tsunamis as we had a few days ago (...) So brothers and sisters, everything depends on you (...) Whatever you do, good or bad, affects the entire universe. In this awareness, if you continue to work and struggle in
your spiritual life, the world will automatically become a better place. "

In short, the tsunami is our fault, and if we meditate more there will be no more tsunamis. Then, let's go back and meditate, while others are dying. The Christian religion promises paradise after death, failing to promise it on earth, thus legitimizing all their abuses. Sahaj Marg helps the followers to live in an imperfect society, by replacing the legitimate revolt against the outside world with an interior pseudo-solution. To change oneself becomes more important than changing or improving the world. It goes without saying, Sahaj Marg helps in its way to legitimize the abuses of our world. Religion has been called the opium of the people, and Sahaj Marg and Rajagopalachari are also.

Rajagopalachari joins in his way, the partisans of the New Age, where the world around us is a vast field of holistic consciousness of which we are an intimate part, and where it is solely by changing ourselves that society will change. So it is thus thanks to our interior individual evolution that we will participate in the universal cosmic evolution. An individual evolution which passes necessarily through personal transformation, including meditation, one of the altered states of trans-personal consciousness.

The individual and his individual consciousness will thus (allegedly) merge into the divine. It is a lightheaded-ness of individual dissolution of the interior "me" (the ego) drowning in the All.

Is The New Age, an Extension of Sahaj Marg?

The (French) Guyard report on cults in 1996 said that the New Age is "the first conqueror of the sectarian competition". Opposed to the materialism of the consumer society, it draws its inspiration from the counterculture of the California hippie movement, mysticism and environmentalism. A real laboratory for ideological cults, they borrow from its language, its themes and techniques.

Rajagopalachari is inspired largely by it, his speeches are packed with themes dear to the New Agers. But many of his supporters also advocate "New Age" techniques, or are campaigning in "new age" organizations, in which they try to spread Sahaj Marg.

The Age of Aquarius which is supposed to mark the transition towards a new and more harmonious and spiritual civilization, takes shape in the new age concept of Gaia, a planet constituting a single living system, thinking and conscious. New age themes found in part in Eileen Caddy, the precursor of this nebulous ideology from the sixties, founder of the "wonderful Findhorn Garden" in Scotland, an earthly paradise where today some members of the Shri Ram Chandra Mission organize meditation session according to Sahaj Marg.

In a very similar movement in Denmark, a preceptor of Sahaj Marg and her husband founded a charity in 1987 to promote a sustainable and more spiritual world. In April 1993, thanks to financial support, was born the first national network of eco-villages in the world, Los (Landsforeningen for Økosamfund: where the followers of Sahaj Marg of Vrad Sande are very well represented. The first international meeting of the Ecovillage is held in Denmark in 1994 with the participation of LOS and the Findhorn Foundation ( The second meeting was held at Findhorn in 1995, when it formally established the international GEN (Global Ecovillage Network:

The New Age is not limited to the concept of Gaia, it also offers many new alternative therapies to western allopathic medicine and psychiatry, to assist with the transformation of the individual, this state is called transpersonal and of non-separation, and is a merger into the All or and altered states of consciousness.

In Ohio, the followers of Sahaj Marg are very interested in Gestalt therapy, especially in Cleveland, the historic stronghold of the Shri Ram Chandra Mission since 1972.

"Gestalt therapy focuses on awareness of what is happening in the moment at the physical, the emotional and the mental, the indivisible. The here and now is a complete and present experience, for the person in his whole and its relationship with its surroundings. This experience also includes memories, past experiences, fantasies, unfinished situations, expectations and plans. "

"The present moment is fundamentally an experience of contact with others or with the environment. The psycho-therapeutic process develops awareness of how the subject can distort this experience, to ignore or deny its needs and desires, to lock itself in repetition of prior situations, to inhibit a contact of creative adjustment to the environment. This awareness enables new experiences of contact, from a knowledge and ability of choice re-found
in the already-there of clearly identified aspirations. "

A vast network of followers of Sahaj Marg are interested in Psycho-genealogy. It is a therapeutic approach based on the principle that our choices, and more so our diseases, are influenced by what our ancestors have lived. Hence the idea of treating all diseases in a family psychology is the approach. Nothing like having a pretense to go and look for family secrets where there were none, so as to further weaken an individual. In this same vein, Dr. Hamer has allegedly developed a method for curing cancer, that is to stop all those unpleasant and unnecessary treatments and to enter psychotherapy. He was sentenced in October 2001 for complicity in the unlicensed practice of medicine and complicity to commit fraud.

The followers of Sahaj Marg have surpassed the teacher in the implementation of techniques from the New Age. From meditation, Gaia or various techniques of care-giving, and personal transformation, they are there on all fronts.

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