Most five year olds could answer any question about any mystery in the universe, however that doesn't make their (or Serge's) answers correct.
It's funny, I heard Serge say he could walk into a bar and intuitively know which women would be willing to have sex with him and which would not (he added that he would never act on this ability, as doing so would be an abuse of his esoteric powers. Apparently he reserves that for 13 year old tennis students). Odd then that his supernatural ability to read people's intentions utterly failed him when it came to David Milliken.
There's not a lot of truly enlightened people, even in the common sense of the word, that would speak like this. It is very bizarre behavior indeed. It is a nice companion to his claim of full-body orgasms and how he alone can achieve them, and that men only have sex to 'relieve' themselves and woman to be accepted. In Serge's own words, "I think I smell a rat!"
It occurred to me that when the members hear Serge's grandiose claims, rather than hearing someone outrageously bragging, they somehow identify with him so closely they don't take it in the third person, but as nearly a subjective personal experience. Therefore when he claims he can know everything in the universe, they take it that they too 'can' know everything. We he says the can have a full body orgasm they take it they too 'can' have the same.
Here's something to "ponder"
From Serge's original blurb on himself; 'The Initial Impress'
“Our teachings and forms of practice are not based on any grandiose agenda,
they are not beliefs or ideals and nor are they an indulgent grandiloquence for the purpose of attention or alike intent, but rather a sharing of a re-discovery from one that also stood behind the very thick curtain and was thus totally immersed in what we are told from young is to be adopted as the ‘norm’, the ‘mainstream’ and what is to be ‘acceptable’ in life as life in society. The human race exists thick inside a fog we are all held by … it is a constant stream of ideals and beliefs and forms of very limited if not manufactured intelligence that present themselves as being ‘the truth’ and the only life there is accordingly. But, the real truth is the fact that we are deeply imprisoned and thus held by a veil of illusion we most erroneously give life and sustenance to. It is in essence a complete false from the point of view of the whole that is there waiting to be accessed.
And so, yes, we live in a seeming whole true reality that is in-truth a very, very small part truth. And as such, the part, as a whole we assume is the whole,
that is, what we call and know is life, is a false in reality to what is truly taking place in a gigantic interdepending whole that is entirely and unchangeably all held and impulsed by a set of energetic truths"
What does that last paragraph mean? Well, nothing. It is designed to confuse and give the idea it is profound. Basically Serge is telling everyone they are wrong and he holds the keys to truth with his 'energetic' understanding based on the circular logic of 'if everything is energy, then everything is because of energy' claptrap.
Notice the subversion of meaning by insisting the his beliefs and ideals which are
extremely grandiose, are not. He uses this trick repeatedly in his works and talks. Tricky. Ponder and En-joy.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/06/2012 09:19AM by COncerned Partner.