4547HK:"Do everything in my name and ye shall be free (of karma/sin)"
- Mar 6, 2009In "The Mystic World of ECKankar," March 2009,
("Ask the Master") is this reply from Klemp.
Q:  "How does this relate to giving love
with strings attached, as you mentioned
in your 2008 Springtime Seminar talk?"
HK: "Giving a gift or doing a 'kindness' is
in the GRAYISH WHITE area of WHITE MAGIC.
Please understand that there are Degrees
of Good Deeds and WHITE KARMA, and so
are there Degrees of Retribution for practicing
So do all you giving in the Master's name."
ME: What's ironic is that this ECKist, asking the
question, is wondering about Klemp's comments
of "giving love with strings attached." And, here,
Klemp is showing that, with him, there are always
"strings attached" regardless of what he has previously
indicated, or mislead chelas to think!
> ECKists are told that Klemp (the Mahanta) has
> God-like powers and that when they do everything
> in his name (the Master's) that they will be free
> of karma (sin). And, they will live forever and
> never die because Soul is eternal. They will then
> go to one of the higher heavens where only the
> most advanced Souls can travel to and live.
> FYI- PT was born of a virgin, thus, his sister
> Kay-Dee was actually his "step-sister" and PT
> was anointed by an invisible 500 year old Tibetan
> lama (Rebazar) who lives in a hut in the Hindu
> Kush Mountains.
> Doesn't this sound, vaguely, like all the other
> religious bullshit out there? Christianity, Islam,
> Judaism, Scientology, ECKankar and the Mormons,
> to name just a few, are why the world is so screwed
> BTW- I suggest that everyone buy the DVD of
> Bill Maher's "Religulous." It's really really good!
> Bill "takes a pilgrimage across the globe on a mind-
> opening journey into the ultimate taboo: questioning
> religion. Meeting the high and low from different religions.
> Maher simply asks questions, like 'Why is faith good?'
> 'Why doesn't an all-powerful God speak to us directly?'
> [Or, why doesn't Rebazar attend the EWWS?] and 'How
> can otherwise rational people [like ECKists] believe in
> a talking snake [or invisible 500 year old Masters]?'
> For anyone who's even a little spiritually curious, this
> divine entertainment will deepen your faith...in comedy!"
> Actually, it will open your eyes to the fundamentalist
> insanity and the similarities that ALL religions (ECKankar
> too) have in common. Basically, the more rational people
> who still belong to a religion, will pick and choose what
> they believe and discard the the rest. This happens with
> ECKists too. However, one has to wonder WHY these people
> still have the need to be a member. Maybe it's to remain
> within the church as a rational channel for thought and
> change. I don't know.
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