Now, I think this
is such a lame pathetic attempt by AoL to undermine the blogs that have come up expressing doubts about their activities, organization and community. Very spiritual indeed. Worried about defamation, negative publicity … where did the enlightenment go? The trust, the inner peace, the self-confidence, the *surrender*?
Ravishankar, Sir, you got to be kidding us if you think we are all stupid and do not see that you are peeing in your doti! Sir, you should attend DSN or TTC and go through the circle of criticism yourself. Let us remind you your own teachings, “Criticisms make you stronger”, “when being criticized, accept them and keep quiet”, “when someone blames you, be happy, they are removing your karma.” Or do these “knowledge points” not apply to you and your organization Sir? Oh yes, we forgot, you don’t collect karmas. You are free of them because you are above it all, the third coming of the Messiah, the reincarnation of Krishna, Shiva, Jesus, Adi Shankara, Swami Brahmananda Saraswati.
This latest attempt says it all and only stresses the cult-like behaviors of AoL CULT (Yes Sir, stating in a BBC interview that AoL is not a cult will not save you and will not stop people from using their brain cells and critical thinking).
If they were not what they truly are – a cult -, maybe some former teachers would have created more inspiring successful blogs instead of blogging their not so beautiful experiences with AoL. Unbelievable but there are a lot of people who have not had beautiful experiences or seen the Sri Sri Farce. Instead, while they speak illy and spread big lies about the original blog creators and people who leave, they take on their great ideas (while trashing them). They were not that useless after all …
Is it not obvious they lack creativity, professionalism, centeredness, spirituality, surrender, brain cells, integrity?
Surrender guys! SURRENDER! 🙂 There is light on the other side … And leave that feverishness on the side. Remember? Desires and aversions: not your best spiritual friends.
From: Resha D
We have set up a blog that will let us post our beautiful experiences with Art of Living online. I would suggest that the tone of the posts be both professional and matter-of-fact. Of course, we have nothing to prove – we are just sharing our personal experiences on a public forum.
We are going to keep it controlled right now in terms of the format of the blog. Please note the following:
3) The format is given on the first posting that we’ve done.
4) You must send your picture along with your posting.
5) Please keep the focus on your personal experiences with Art of Living and Guruji. Share with some personal anecdotes please.
6) Please proofread for grammar and correct English before submitting.