Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Succession at the Head of Sahaj Marg

Translation of an article by Alexis, "Succession à la Tête du Sahaj Marg", on Élodie's blog in Europe: Pour Que Vive Le Sahaj Marg.

December 29, 2014

Succession at the Head of Sahaj Marg

A Smoothly Conducted Succession
(From an article by Alexis on his blog)

The governing bodies of SRCM have been diligent. In less than 4 days, the succession of Chari is finally determined. The fear of a repeat of 1983 was on everyone's mind.  

So all the abhyasis are reassured, the future is assured.

Chronicle [Official] of 4 full days:

-Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari, 87, dies Saturday, December 20th at 21:45 am
-He (allegedly) sends a message to the medium the next morning at 10:00 am
-His remains were cremated Monday, December 22 at 15:00 pm and the Working Committee meets
-Tuesday, December 23rd, Kamlesh Patel made his first speech as president (titled: Fulfil His Mission), after the reading of the statement of the Working Committee decisions by U.S. Bajpai, Secretary General of the SRCM

[According to the official communication of the Mission] 

Kamlesh Desaibhai Patel therefore succeeds Chari as president of the SRCM and spiritual representative of Sahaj marg, being the 4th master after Lalaji, Babuji and Chari according to the official story (recall for the sake of  history that Lalaji has never been the Master of the SRCM or Sahaj marg).

So theoretically all abhyasis are reassured, the future of the Mission is supposedly assured.

And, Patel immediately called for harmony and unity, deploring that those seeking God were more attracted by fame than the bandits and other mafiosis and that there were more differences and less unity within the Mission than among these people there (the bandits and the mafiosis)  ...

As if that were not enough, Patel returns to the image of friend and courtier of the rich, who according to him has stuck (glued?) to the skin of Chari throughout his life. He recalls this fact to deny it better? Or to start a new straight / duty inventory?

So theoretically all the abhyasis are reassured, the future of the Mission is supposedly assured.

And the messages (whispers?) from the  Brighter World fall daily in French and in English, made public at the latest within 24 hours. After the first message of the "final stage" dictated by Chari to the medium, Babuji has now completely taken over his role. Patel will only have to follow closely what is dictated for him to do from the Brighter World.

And so, on  December 26th: "(...) He [Chari] is considering new arrangements (changes?) to facilitate certain aspects of the practice; everything must be done in this direction (sense?), but we will come back to this soon  (...). " 

And, on Dec. 27th: "(...) Changes will occur in the Mission: New rules will be established to facilitate its expansion and the means (plans?) of action on the material level, primarily for the incarnated Master and for the many servants invested at all levels.  Our dear Kamlesh will decide, he will do the best to fully meet the requirements of the practice and the incessant needs of all abhyasis; we will return to this (...)".

And on Dec. 28th: "(...) Many decisions will be taken; he [Patel] will constantly be guided and more (better?) enlightened about what to do. (...)"

So, who now controls the Mission? Patel, the 4th Master, or the medium?  Babuji and Chari from the Brighter World? (Heaven or the "Central Region")  All that remains to be clarified ...  but Patel may be but a puppet in the hands of others who are more powerful, but who still are hidden in the shadows.
So theoretically all the abhyasis are reassured, the future of the Mission is supposedly assured.

Yet the abhyasis admit every day to what extent Patel has remained an unknown to them.  The abhyasis, fanatical groupies of their star, had chosen Chari, the reassuring image of a protective and charismatic Father.   Will the sinister Patel convince them to stay?

So theoretically all the abhyasis are reassured, the future of the Mission is supposedly assured.  

So much for Chari's nightmare in which he saw the Mission exploding into little pieces ...



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