Madhusudan Naidu spiritual tourism junket plus
Posted by robertpriddy on October 30, 2016
Looks like they managed to gather about 50 people in Fiji (about .01% of the Indian-descent population) for the new subtle sb-worshipping ‘ashram’. Pics show mostly elderly Indian ladies wearing saris. With my not-so-psychic yet practical powers, I can see into the future to know that in a few years, this ‘ashram’ will be yet another unused, decaying white elephant building. The quote of oracle boy in the “Inner View” story below shows that he is paranoid about being questioned and judged, so he borrows the same quotes his guru used. “Judge me not, just believe and don’t question. Period.” Interesting that despite being well practiced for years in discoursing, oracle boy is still very clumsy with conveying the so-called subtle sb’s message, and doesn’t sound like sb at all.
Devotees having fun on Facebook at Muddy’s expense:-
Eve Gardener hah – well, from all the reports i have read these people are mostly interested in the tourist attractions – and food.. So really these copious gobal trots in the name of Sathya Sai in astral form, are not altogether about the Light Body – far from it. oh well. It is all so crazy.
Terry Reis Kennedy They have all gained huge amounts of weight during their travels. I’m messaging you privately about Mr. You Know Who.
Sunny Munshi And shopping. Light body bought a leather jacket and Ray ban shades in Ottawa.
Terry Reis Kennedy Well he can wear the leather jacket and Ray bans in Delhi. Sai Surya posted that Madhu was called to Delhi…Hmmmm.
Sunny Munshi What if one fine morning he decides not to play second fiddle to BNM? They must have another communicator ready in the wings.
Sukshma Baba Report 333 29-9-16 Sathya343
In this week’s issue, we bring you highlights of the Bhagawan’s visit to the “Jayapura Campus” and “Hassan Campus” from September 24 – 25, 2016.
INNER VIEW By Sri Madhusudan Naidu
Yesterday, Swami was speaking to two scientists who were requesting Him to come and open their research lab. Swami remarked, ” Oh! If I come you will start doing experiments on me.”
They said, “No Swami, we won’t.”
He smiled and said, “But that’s what people do with me, they keep experimenting on me to find out whether I am God or not.”
Then with a certain seriousness Swami said, “No one can know me by experimenting, but only through experience can I be known.”
Yet more ridiculously laughter-inspiring was Naidu’s following spiritual wisdom:-
” Speaking about a devotee who was having chest congestion while eating food, Swami said, “How can someone breath and eat simultaneously!? When you eat you can’t breath, when you breath you can’t eat. The number of breaths one can take in a life time are already decided, and therefore if you breath faster you will have to leave early. A dog that breaths faster has a shorter life, likewise a man who is always worried and excited would have short and fast breathing which reduces his life span. Therefore through pranayama, the yogis perfected the art of breathing and thereby lived long and healthy lives.”
All this is sheer unscientific hogswallop. A shame Sathya Sai Baba was no yogi, though. His breathing stopped in his 85th year after an most unhealthy development whereby he lost the use of one vital organ after another until he died weighing only less than 30 kilos (signs of his most likely death from AIDS, obviously something that had to be covered-up at all costs).