Diana C wrote about outsiders being in a friendship or partner relationship with
a Sai Maa follower:
I suggest you be careful or even in a relationship, they will try hard to get you to drink the Cool-aid of Sai Maa, not right away but when an opportunity comes they will get you to meet Sai Maa and when they do she will do her best to get to join there group and participate in some way shape or form.
This is very important. Your devotee friend may wait until you are vulnerable, hit off balance and when your defenses are down, try to get you involved with some
project tied to Sai Maa.
No matter who the guru is, loyalty to that guru comes first. In any relationship with a disciple, whether its your family member, best friend, a boss, a therapist or massage practitioner or hairdresser, that person's first loyalty is to Sai Maa.
The person cannot be fully themselves with you.
I might suggest that if your friend or partner is involved with Sai Maa, please do not trust your friend's recommendation of a psychotherapist, hairdresser, body worker or life coach.
All these persons may be Sai Maa devotees and might use their practice as a way to
get you either to become a devotee of Sai Maa, or use you as a source of income that they will give over to Sai Maa.
A therapist of any kind who is involved with a guru may be utterly unable to
put loyalty to clients foremost.
Not if that guru owns their souls.
If a friend or partner is a devotee of Sai Maa or some other guru, there is an other possibility: they might tattle to the guru about you. If by chance your
income goes up, they may mention this to the guru and you may end up being