Friday, March 19, 2010

Divine Cults - Oops should be Profane Cults

“Swamiji! Swamiji! Swamiji!” … “Bhagavan  Bhagavan Bhagavan” Dont get panic on hearing these words. The current trend of india is just revolving around the swamiji and their “miracles”, either be it a healing course or being a spiritual “self-realiasation” course there are many people who are willing/craving to participate and fall into the trap.  The general public thinks that they can get easy money and easy fame if they fall on the feet of so called “Swamijis”. On the other hand, public doesnt know that they are falling into a “In-bound” maze which doesnt have an exit at all.

These “so called swamiji's” are up with a great business mind and keeping the local politicians happy, and  surviving only with the help of their political background and money power. Innocent people are falling  in trap because of BLIND faith and not knowing the true “color” of the so called gurus.

Its sad to know that these cults calling themselves as “Incarnation of God” sometimes even calling themselves as God. Do they mean that its so easy to see the god just by giving money or doing “sevice” to the guru. I dont want to get in detail on the word “SERVICE” I am leaving it to the imagination of the readers. It is not only that people are getting into the trap of  “Big-Business Swamiyaars” they also fall into the trap of  “Kutti-Kutti-Poli Saamiyaar”. Now a days daily news papers thrive only because of this cults.

Premananda, Shivasankara Baba, Nithyananda, Dwivedi, Trivedi, chaturvedi....... the list is endless. We just know only few people who got caught and there are thousands and thousands of people who are just hiding under the safron coated clothes calling themselves as swamiji. Just by doing some “Magic” these guys are calling themselves as Swamiyaars. They should call themselves as magicians and not as cults. If magicians are god, to me “David blaine” is God of Gods. These cults should undergo a crash course with David blaine before getting into such acts. :-)

Just by reading ramayana, mahabharatha, geetha and quoting phrases from them will not make one a guru. Its all about how one is leading the life. Thousands and thousands of years back valluvan has written this in one single line, If only we try to follow this “every one is god”.

வையத்துள் வாழ்வாங்கு வாழ்பவன் வான்உறையும்
தெய்வத்துள் வைக்கப் படும்

English Translation : He who pursues the householder's life well here on earth will be placed among the Gods there in heaven.

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