Re: Chris Butler, Jagad Guru, Science of Identity
Date: June 17, 2015 05:19PM
I'm deeply saddened by the story of your once beautiful family. Perhaps this will help open eyes to the danger of joining religious cults -- how that psychologically imprisons people -- taking away the humanity and potentials of an individual and denying them love they can only get from fellow human beings, in quise of serving God and false culture of spirituality. For a parent to disown a child in favor of serving a master is perhaps the most diabolical manipulation a religious cult could induce a follower to act on. A paradox, since a child is a gift from God. Even lions and hyenas know this, will lay down their lives to protect and ensure the survival of their young in this nasty and dark jungle.
To Chris Butler,
No doubt you are loved and worshipped by your followers. But true love is rooted in freedom and intelligence. People that were made to cower in fear of karma and endeared to false bliss of a made up belief are incapable of that true love. But if that is the love you desire, then that you deserved. At the end of the day, history will not judge favorably people like you who seduce and manipulate sentiment for your own end. Remember, the people you have manipulated and turned zombies are babies, brothers, sisters and parents of other people who are well-informed and chose to disagree. The love you destroy will ultimately haunt you, more than you have gained. Judging from how you treated your own parents, I doubt if you will ever get this; I hope you do. Masters and servants alike, we all have one life to live. For crying out loud, drop the drama, become authentic in your remaining years.
To the followers,
Freedom of the mind is the royal path to true spirituality. When you stop becoming skeptical and abandon the qualities that make us human, you simply cease to be a child of God. The true child of God accepts the world for what it is -- as the day sets in, night comes and it dawns again in an endless dance of light and darkness. False teachers seduce you to come to the light and scare you about the darkness, only to burn you up alive like a moth into the fire. Experiencing God is as simple as feeling the love like a mother to a child. Don't make it more complicated, let alone deny yourself of that one, true unconditional love and the relationship you have with real people that are around. True, life is made simple when it is compacted and regulated, but that is not life. Like-mindedness gives false security and exotic culture gives you false bliss. But like all novelties, they fade away. Life itself is already a task, your security and survival defend on your learned ability to discern truth from lies on your own; a true guru is a guide, not a task master. Sooner, the false security you crept into will become your cage and the false bliss will become your poison, becoming tighter and more bitter to ultimately choke you to death. All cults are the same, no matter how cool or exotic they look from the outside. All these ancient knowledge and lineage are nothing but fantastic talks meant to seduce. No one wakes up in the morning and decides to join a cult. It's all love and happiness. What do you know? Chris Butler is from that era of the Summer of Love -- the yeah yeah culture. He is the rock star and you are his groupies. The funny 70s is gone and has become as corny as the bell bottom jeans.
To the world,
Please pay attention: It is easy to spot criminals, it is obvious; it is easy to find bruises, because it is physical; and it is easy to judge the insane, because they act it. When evil dresses itself up in religious garb, unless the drape gets opened, you will not see the wizard as just another man. When a parent disowns a child in favor of serving a mortal man, when a parent has to say goodbye to a child, not knowing if the parent will ever see the child again, and they cannot talk about it, because the brain got programmed to automatically shut down when they do, there is a valid wrong going on here that cannot be addressed by the law, mental cure or any guidebook on the face of the Earth. As advance as we are as a society, becoming aware should be enough to help spotlight this long ignored sociological problem facing many families. For a mortal man to command a fellow mortal man to severe a relationship that is dear across the board, what are we victims supposed to do? Religious cults strut their power so brazenly, motivated by higher values and driven by religious zeal to dominate, fielding political pawns to the highest offices, laundering ill-gotten money to seemingly legitimate businesses and sinisterly weaving their influences into the fabric of society -- in the case of the Butler cult, in the guise of yoga and vegetarianism -- right under our noses.
True, people are free to choose what they want to believe in. But what about the children, especially those born into it? Indoctrination is cruelty and an abuse -- there is simply a "no choice" option in the condition they were put into. To deny them parental love is atrocious enough, to take away their humanity, mental health and potentials is a valid societal concern.
It is true religious cults don't usually go blowing up buildings and murdering people, but that does not mean they are not a threat. The fact that a mother could disown a child to serve a fallible and an obviously flawed guru, displays a diabolical power that can become a threat to any decent living human being. Society easily forgets, perhaps because the images are often too gory, and it does not happen often, but when it does, it shocks us and reminds us once again of this diabolical power, and the saddest is -- the children are oftentimes the victims -- and no one could do anything about it.
Thank you for being brave Rama, you're not alone. Your mum loves you. All parents do.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/17/2015 05:27PM by dharmabum.