Truth wins Wrote:
> I want to make it clear that when I was seriously
> following the path, I had full faith in the
> spiritual teacher.
Most of the people had. Otherwise, it would not last so long serving selflessly, neglecting their ambitions or ordinary real life needs and enduring a lot of pain from activists.
> I know that I was just another annoying patient at
> the mental hospital.
Hospital.It was part of the narrative. "We're all here at the hospital." It tormented me for a long time and finally concluded that it may be a hospital, but the sisters stick syringes poisoned with aids.
> And as some other people said it, it is not all
> black and white.
> I will never
> forgive how you installed the fear of God in me
> with that incessant obsession with offenses.
> I always thought I was very fortunate not having
> been exposed to the Catholic fear and guilt. What
> do you know? I guess I spoke too fast!
> How many times have I heard JG say that fear
> separates us from God?
If we are talking about "fear" then this story / testimony is important. Unfortunately, referring to the name of SIF Poland also as "Chaitanya Mission".
"The witnesses say"
It was getting worse from week to week. Robert stopped sleeping, refused food, stopped washing. All the time he said he was waiting for death, after all, he had lost contact with the god and the guru. He was in a state of panic, he wondered what would happen to him after death, since he was burdened with such terrible guilt. In an act of despair, in December 1995, he agreed to a psychiatric examination. He was referred for observation at the Psychiatric Clinic of the Medical University. He escaped from there but was detained. After receiving a letter from the Institute ordering him to be treated, he agreed to remain in the hospital. He has been there on and off to this day.