Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

Exposing major deceits by guru Sathya Sai Baba in India, incl. murders cover-up & widely alleged sexual abuse

Archive for October 24th, 2011

More false, impractical advice from Sathya Sai Baba

Posted by robertpriddy on October 24, 2011

Every so often I get comments and e-mails directing me to follow Sai Baba’s advice and speak softly, kindly, obligingly and not use harsh words. Many of these requests are from devotees who at the same time denounce, accuse, vilify, and attack me in very harsh terms, and sometimes denounce others in similar terms! It is quite remarkable how devotees are so blind as to do the very thing they claim is sinful, evil and so on as if in the same breath! Sai Baba was no exception… he spoke in very harsh terms of his critics – outright lies about them doing so for money! At the same time he was ever advising everyone as in the quote taken here from one of his discourses in Sanathana Sarathi:

That wounds by words can never be healed is utterly unreasonable, as anyone with an ounce of sense can soon establish! He based his advice originally on the penny proverb of the “three wise monkeys” – no wiser than monkeys indeed!  He would tell people at interviews that they had “monkey minds” (so as to raise a laugh).  When someone said she had a ‘monkey mind’ Sai Baba told her “No. A MAD monkey mind!” Big laugh!  (Yet in the last analysis he clearly had about the maddest monkey mind possible!)

It was an insidious ploy to quell all criticism against himself (first and foremost). To follow this bogus ‘divine, sublime advice’, one will soon come to view immoral and criminal acts as not being such at all, but as being blameless, not to be mentioned or investigated. Yet worse, on the same principle if really followed it, one may even tend to see them as inherently good (SB has stated that everything in the universe is actually good – while also saying there is no such thing as good or bad in reality!) This explains why those who know SB to be a sexual abuser still condone it as being the will of God, or at best, something the true meaning of which we cannot understand. See  Sathya Sai Baba: “See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”

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