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Why do I find it difficult to understand the so called Gurus

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The best book ever written is Yoga Vasistha Maharamayan. It has many stories. It is a tale of 2 days of the life of Rama Bhagwan. He was summoned to the Kings court but refused to come. Then the Royal Guru Vasistha sent a message summoning him. One thing a disciple would never do is disrespect his Guru. So he came to the court. AT that time Vasistha Maharaj asked him, what is happening why are you sad?

And Ram bhagwan described his lack of interest in life and everything. Finally Vasistha started to speak – gave him a lecture for 2.5 days. Yoga vasistha maharamayan is about it. Just 2 days.

So in that book Vasistha Maharaj talks about God and the vastness of God. He talks about a fruit on a branch of the tree. That fruit is the universe we live in. Maybe we are a drop in the fruit. So on that tree branch, there are thousands of such fruits. That tree has a thousand branches like this. That tree is is in a forrest. That forrest has thousands of such trees. The forrest is on a part of a mountain. That mountain has thousands of such forrests. On that planet, (different from the fruit) there are thousands of such mountains. This continues on and on..(i dont remember).

And then Vasistha Maharaj, describes his greatness. He knows all of those countless universes!

Now that is what I call a Guru.

How can i have any respect for a person claiming to be a Guru, who is stuck on making changes to the world and discussing the world? Just Go within. Ask a Guru, how can I go within? Isnt it foolish to ask about things about this world

Part two of this to follow…if anyone is interested

Why do I find it difficult to understand the so called Gurus

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The best book ever written is Yoga Vasistha Maharamayan. It has many stories. It is a tale of 2 days of the life of Rama Bhagwan. He was summoned to the Kings court but refused to come. Then the Royal Guru Vasistha sent a message summoning him. One thing a disciple would never do is disrespect his Guru. So he came to the court. AT that time Vasistha Maharaj asked him, what is happening why are you sad?

And Ram bhagwan described his lack of interest in life and everything. Finally Vasistha started to speak – gave him a lecture for 2.5 days. Yoga vasistha maharamayan is about it. Just 2 days.

So in that book Vasistha Maharaj talks about God and the vastness of God. He talks about a fruit on a branch of the tree. That fruit is the universe we live in. Maybe we are a drop in the fruit. So on that tree branch, there are thousands of such fruits. That tree has a thousand branches like this. That tree is is in a forrest. That forrest has thousands of such trees. The forrest is on a part of a mountain. That mountain has thousands of such forrests. On that planet, (different from the fruit) there are thousands of such mountains. This continues on and on..(i dont remember).

And then Vasistha Maharaj, describes his greatness. He knows all of those countless universes!

Now that is what I call a Guru.

How can i have any respect for a person claiming to be a Guru, who is stuck on making changes to the world and discussing the world? Just Go within. Ask a Guru, how can I go within? Isnt it foolish to ask about things about this world

Part two of this to follow…if anyone is interested

Is this person a genuine Guru?

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  1. He does not seek any disciples
  2. He has a very limited number of disciples. Some Gurus may have only one disciple. Gangadhartirthji Maharaj -was perfected. He had all Siddhis. He had only one disciple. Gangadhartirtji was 90 years old when he found someone worthy. He did not disclose or reveal any of his powers. At 90 in resent of a worthy disciple,he left his body entered in the body of a dead sparrow, flew away and then came back, left the sparrow and reentered his own body. This display did not hurt anyone…not did it give anyone unfair advantage. He asked forgiveness from Shakti for even displaying this power. Isnt this wonderful?
  3. Many people ask me is there a true Guru out there. The answer is no. I dont think there is one..I should have said NO. For me, though, the criteria for a Guru is very high. Someone who wastes. his time how the world should behave or how to solve the problems is a fool indeed. Like Aurobindo said, dont waste your breath trying to correct anyone. If you are awakened, just correct them in your meditation. Matter solved.
  4. I am weird this way. It is best people dont read my blog. There are many other blogs that deal with worldly matters and can show you the worldly way of things. I am more interested in Yoga and the Yoga method of things. Not the asana or exercise but the meditation aspect
  5. Only those who have no awakening keep looking outside and searching the web. Yet from frequent reading their own mind will play tricks and they believe there is awakening. It is essentially ego wanting to feel important. Thats why experiences were kept a secret. So a magnified ego does not invent experiences

This is must me. I do not mean respect to anyone seeking wisdom from anyone else they have esteem for. It is just not me

I cant emphasize enough, those web page is not meant for everyone or even anyone. Wasting your time on the internet or someone external is an error -if you have awakening