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10987Yes, SYs are collectively engaged in a blatant and celebrated collective corruption of a most sacred secret!

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  • jagbir singh
    Jun 21, 2009
      (Dear Violet, thank you for posting ever more evidence that will
      slowly but surely destroy WCASY, the SY organization and those SYSSR
      SYs collectively engaged in a blatant and celebrated collective
      corruption of a most sacred secret! Yet again i assure all that its
      demise is well on the way, and nothing will reverse its self-
      destruction! It is indeed a blessing to prevent this negativity from
      editing and deleting the core exoteric teachings of Shri Mataji and
      priceless esoteric revelations of the Devi for human enlightenment
      and emancipation.)

      The Second Birth of Man--In Spirit - Part 2
      (Dialogue with Nicodemus, Part I)

      True religion is founded
      upon intuitional perception
      of the Transcendental Reality

      (p.240) All bona fide revealed religions of the world are based on
      intuitive knowledge. Each has an exoteric or outer particularity, and
      an esoteric or inner core. The exoteric aspect is the public image,
      and includes moral precepts and a body of doctrines, dogmas,
      dissertations, rules, and customs to guide the general populace of
      its followers. The esoteric aspect includes methods that focus on
      actual communion of the soul with God. The exoteric aspect is for the
      many; the esoteric is for the ardent few. It is the esoteric aspect
      of religion that leads to intuition, the firsthand knowledge of

      The lofty 'Sanatana Dharma' of the Vedic philosophy of ancient India--
      summarized in the Upanishads and in the six classical systems of
      metaphysical knowledge, and peerlessly encapsulated in the Bhagavad
      Gita--is based on intuitional perception of the Transcendental
      Reality, Buddhism, with its various methods of controlling the mind
      and gaining depth in meditation, advocates intuitive knowledge to
      realize the transcendence of 'nirvana'. Sufism in Islam anchors on
      the intuitive mystical experience of the soul. [1] (p.241) Within the
      Jewish religion are esoteric teachings based on inner experience of
      the Divine, evidenced abundantly in the legacy of the God-illumined
      Biblical prophets. Christ's teachings are fully expressive of that
      realization. The apostle John's Revelation is a remarkable disclosure
      of the soul's intuitional perception of deepest truths garbed in

      The elite traditions of Western philosophy and metaphysics laud the
      intuitional knowing power of the soul. The Greek mystic, philosopher,
      and mathematician Pythagoras (born c. 580 B.C.) emphasized inner
      experience of intuitive knowledge. Plato (born c. 428 B.C.), whose
      works have come down to us as a primary foundation of Western
      civilization, likewise taught the necessity for supersensory
      knowledge to apprehend eternal truths. The Neoplatonist sage
      Plotinus (A.D. 204-270) practiced Plato's ideal of intuitional
      knowing of Reality: "Often I have woken to myself out of the body,
      become detached from all else and entered into myself," he
      wrote, "and I have seen beauty of surpassing greatness, and have felt
      assured that then especially I belonged to the higher reality,
      engaged in the noblest life and identified with the Divine." [2] He
      died exhorting his disciples "Strive to bring back the god in
      yourselves to the God in the All." [3]

      The Gnostics (first three centuries A.D.); the early Church fathers
      such as Origen and Augustine; great Christian luminaries such as
      Johannes Scotus Erigena (810-877) and Saint Anselm (1033-1109); the
      monastic orders founded by Saint Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153) and
      Hugh, Richard, and Walter of Saint Victor (twelfth century)--all
      practiced intuitive contemplation of God.

      Illumined Christian mystics of medieval times--Saint Thomas Aquinas
      (1224-1275); Saint Bonaventure (1217-1274); Jan van Ruysbroeck (1293-
      1381); Meister Eckhart (1260-1327); Henry Suso (1295-1366); Johannes
      Tauler (1300-1361); Gerhard Groote (1340-1384); Thomas a Kempis (1380-
      1471), author of 'The Imitation of Christ'; Jacob Boehme (1575-1624)--
      sought and received ultimate knowledge through the light of intuition
      [4]. (p.242) Christian saints through the centuries--Juliana of
      Norwich, Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila,
      and many more known and unknown--partook of soul intuition in their
      attainment of divine realization and mystical union with God.

      British poets such as Wordsworth, Coleridge, Blake, Traherne, and
      Pope aspired to intuit and write about the all-pervading Spirit.
      Emerson (1802-1882) and other American Transcendentalists sought
      personal experience of immanent spiritual reality through intuition.
      The German Idealist philosophers Hamann (1730-1788), Herder (1744-
      1803), Jacobi (1743-1819), Schiller (1759-1805), and Schopenhauer
      (1788-1860) emphasized it; and the great modern French philosopher
      Bergson calls intuition the only faculty capable of knowing the
      ultimate nature of things. [5]

      The Second Coming of Christ (The Resurrection of the Christ Within
      You) Volume 1, Discourse 13, pg. 240-242
      Paramahansa Yogananda
      Printed in the United States of America 1434-J881


      [1] See Paramahansa Yogananda's 'Wine of the Mystic: The Rubaiyat of
      Omar Khayyam'--A Spiritual Interpretation' (published by Self-
      Realization Fellowship).

      [2] 'Enneads', iv. 8.

      [3] Porphyry, 'Life of Plotinus 2'.

      [4] "Let no one suppose," says the 'Theologia Germanica', "that we
      may attain to this true light and perfect knowledge...by hearsay, or
      by reading and study, nor yet by high skill and great learning." "It
      is not enough," says Gerlac Petersen, "to know by estimation merely:
      but we must know by experience." So Mechthild of Magdeburg says of
      her revelations, "The writing of this book was seen, heard,
      and experienced in every limb....I see it with the eyes of my soul,
      and hear it with the ears of my eternal spirit."--quoted in
      'Mysticism', by Evelyn Underhill, Part I, Chapter 4.

      [5] An overview of exponents of intuitional experience in
      Christianity may be found in 'The Presence of God: A History of
      Western Christian Mysticism', three volumes, by Bernard McGinn (New
      York: Crossroad, 1991). ('Publisher's Note')


      "One of these documents [found at Nag Hammadi] begins with the
      scribal note in the margin, "The Gospel According to Thomas." And the
      first sentence of that document says, "These are the secret words
      which the living Jesus taught and which Judas Thomas Didymos wrote
      down." And then they start a total of over 110 sayings, each
      introduced by "Jesus said...."...

      Now what is typical about these sayings is that in each instance,
      these sayings want to say that if you want to understand what Jesus
      said, you have to recognize yourself. You have to know yourself, know
      who you are. It begins with a saying about the Kingdom of God, "if
      you seek the Kingdom of God in the sky then the birds will precede
      you. And if you seek it in the sea, then the fish will precede you,
      but the Kingdom is in you. And if you know yourself then you know the
      Kingdom of God." (The Kingdom of the Father, in fact, it always says
      in the gospel of Thomas. Normally the Kingdom of the Father, not the
      Kingdom of God.) "But if you don't know yourself, you live in
      poverty." And poverty is understood as the ignorance of a life in its
      physical existence. Knowledge is understood to be the knowledge of
      one's divine origin, of the fact that one has come from the Kingdom.
      That we are on this earth only in a sojourn...

      What does it mean really to know oneself? To know oneself is to have
      insight into one's own ultimate divine identity. You can go back to
      understand this to Greek models, which certainly exist. "Know
      yourself" is a very old Greek maxim... that is, you have to know that
      your own soul is divine, and then you know that you are immortal,
      whereas the body is the mortal part of human existence. Now this is
      radicalized in the Gospel of Thomas into saying that everything that
      is experienced physically and through sense perception, everything in
      this world that you can perceive in this way is nothing. It is, at
      best, chaos and, at worst, it doesn't even exist in reality. The only
      thing that really exists is your divine spirit or your divine soul,
      which is identical in its quality with God himself. And Jesus is the
      one who teaches that...

      [When one truly knows oneself], one understands that one is divine,
      but also one understands that one is mortal. In such a way, you
      recognize that this mortality is really meaningless, as physical
      existence is meaningless. And therefore, death is no longer a
      problem, but death is a solution, because in death finally all this
      mortality will fall away, and the true self will be liberated to an
      independent existence that's no longer dependent on physical
      existence. And on everything that goes with physical existence,
      sickness and poverty and so on. And so physical existence is often
      described as poverty. But when you know yourself you are no longer in

      Helmut Koester, PBS and WGBH/FRONTLINE, 1998
      (Helmut Koester: John H. Morison Professor of New Testament Studies
      and Winn Professor of Ecclesiastical History Harvard Divinity School)

      "The verses repeatedly stress that "the Kingdom" is within us — and
      not, as the Church has insisted, in the heavens barred to
      the "sinner" by Saint Peter. One reason for the Curch's vehement
      opposition to the Thomas gospel was the inclusion of Jesus' repeated
      warning to us not to entrust our spiritual development and well-being
      to others, be they priests, politicians or prophets."

      Paul Roland, Revelation: Wisdom of the Ages,
      Ulysses Press, 1995, p. 51.


      Note: There is little difference between the above repeated warning
      by Jesus and mine below i.e., do not entrust your spiritual
      development and well-being to others, be they WCASY priests,
      politicians like Sir C.P. or Kalki prophets named Ishmael and Richard
      Embleton. And if i have to repeat this warning hundreds of times over
      the years i will most willingly. It is indeed a blessing to enjoy the
      solitude of a clear conscience than the collective joy of liars,
      fools and hypocrites. Period!

      A blatant and celebrated corruption of a most sacred secret!

      Dear all,

      All i can say is that if you want to achieve Self-realization you
      will have to completely discard the SYSSR (Sahaja Yoga Subtle System
      Religion). You absolutely need no external ritual/innovation/image
      but only Silence on Self to attain this most important goal of life,
      a goal that many great philosophers, thinkers, sages, gurus,
      messengers and Holy Scriptures have collectively proclaimed:

      Silence on Self (read it regularly till in Silence you realize your

      ...... one that Shri Mataji spent more that 30 years doing so also.

      The Self-realization that most SYs preach to/discuss with others is
      an insult to intelligence, and if you add all their catches and
      cleansing rituals .......... a blatant and celebrated corruption of a
      most sacred secret!

      i give just the tip of this SYSSR iceberg - after decades Shri Mataji
      finally told SYs during the recent 2008 Guru Puja that realization of
      Self should not be from Her photograph! It was a statement that went
      against all that SYs had so religiously believed all their lives (and
      will still do despite Her saying otherwise). Few could believe their
      ears. Even less understood that Shri Mataji was in fact telling them
      to discard the most sacred cow of Sahaja Yoga - Her photograph!

      Remember how WCASY members like Alan Wherry and Viktor Bondar, their
      henchmen John Noyce/Edward Saugstad, and other SYs went delirious
      with joy years ago when i insisted on this forum that we must not,
      and need not meditate on Her photograph for Self-realization (which
      was so conviniently interpreted by WCASY as going against Shri

      "This is a forwarded message
      From: Viktor Bondar
      To: "Yura" < inspired@...>
      Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 17:23:59 +0200
      Subject: Fw: Hi Viktor

      John Noyce of Australia has been keeping a close eye on the
      activities of the owner of www.adishakti.org, who used to be in SY
      but clearly isn't a Sahaja Yogi now, and is openly critical of all
      Sahaja leadership, including, at times Shri Mataji Herself.

      He is somewhat eccentric and for example, advocates not using a photo
      of Mother when meditating, not footsoaking etc. The owner of this
      site, one Jagbir Singh of Canada is on a crusade to spread his own
      eccentric, supraconscious view of what Sahaja Yoga is, and where
      possible we should advise people not to go there - although of
      course, individuals are free to do what they like.

      John tells me that the web site http://inspired.kiev.ua/about/ links
      to www.adishakti.org

      Obviously, I don't know the owner of that web site, Yuriy Linnyk,
      whether he is Sahaj or not, but in the event that he is known to you,
      is it possible that you might prevail upon him to remove the link as
      it contains much erroneous and inaccurate information. Yuriy lists
      adishakti.org before the official Sahaj Yoga website.

      Much love and best wishes

      Jai Shri Mataji" (end)

      My comprehension of Self-realization was rejected as blasphemous and
      there was unrestrained joy in so many collectives worldwide over my
      unforgiveable error of judgment. There were collective celebrations
      because at last SY leaders had proof that this blasphemy reflected
      the supraconsious nonsense i have written of Kash, Arwinder and
      Lalita at www.adishakti.org (even though Shri Mataji had over the
      years always, and repeatedly, approved the evidence these three
      siblings had given to prove that She is that - the Adi Shakti).

      As i said, this is just the tip of the SYSSR iceberg. You will know
      that there is much more nonsense than just giving self-realization to
      bicycles and cats, forbidding women from wearing trousers, engaging
      in matka marathons, or staying indoors for 24 hours to escape from
      the Doors of Hell that open every Diwali.

      It insults my intelligence even to write this post because i have to
      tell so-called self-realized souls, already diseased by the SYSSR
      mindset, that until and unless they completely discard all their
      external rituals/innovations/images and learn how to maintain Silence
      on Self, they are far, far away from the goal of Self- realization.
      And i mean far, far, far away!

      Yes, SYs are collectively engaged in a blatant and celebrated
      collective corruption of a most sacred secret! Modern seekers are
      just too savvy and well-informed to follow such fools. The Sahaja
      Yoga organization is reaping the harvest of their SYSSR, seeds of
      ritual and corruption so lovingly and collectively sowed many years

      It may be challenged that how can so many be misled for so long by so
      few. The answer is that if you are neither conscious nor
      conscientious of following the true teachings of Shri Mataji in all
      its entirety, you will follow those who have corrupted it. It is as
      simple as that!

      regards to all,

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