The Nithyananda Dog and Pony Show

The Nithyananda Dog and Pony Show

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Sunday, January 31, 2010

'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda Sends Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami (Ayya) to the Rescue


Swami Nithyananda Gives His Dog and Pony Show a New Lift

Hey, there, Sri Nithyananda. How did you like that last post? Quite a discussion going there, and of course it was all about you! Your favorite subject. Yeah, Sri Nithyananda, with you around, we're sure that it is the only subject. But, we already know that the Life Bliss Foundation is just all about you. It's no secret.

So, how's the enrollment going for your next batch of 'Inner Awakening'? "Growwable." We don't even need our Grunatenese translator to know that means not so well. Yes, we can see that you're in for a rude awakening with you 'Inner Awakening' program. Is there any way you can do a 'short sell' on this program, like on stock that is about to tank, and make some money? We think, Sri Nithyananda, after everyone knows about the Truth and all of your, well, inconsistencies, no one with a brain is going to pay $6,000.00 and take over three weeks off just to get your certificate of 'enlightenment'. You better act quickly, there, Sri Nithyananda. Perhaps you, Sri Nithyananda could warm up the crowd with the dog and pony show like you did during your last visit. Oh, yes, we see. The crowd is tired of Bhaktananda and Medhananda. We just knew people were going to ask Medhananda about his smelly, infected feet and get distracted about signing up for your 'Inner Awakening'. And, Sri Nithyananda, you really need to get Bhaktananda a new joke book. His jokes weren't funny the first time we heard them.

Oh, look here, Sri Nithyananda. You actually did something proactive. We see that you're sending your very first Ashramite, Ayya, you, know, your Secretary to the rescue. We guess his new identity, which is really your identity, is Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami. So, Ayya or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami is going to sludge through the cold winter instead of you? Smart move there, Sri Nithyananda. No wonder you're a Paramahamsa. We sure wouldn't want to be going through Toronto in the middle of the Winter unless we had to.
So, Sri Nithyananda, is it true what one of our posters said about Ayya or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami:
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 6:11 PM
Anonymous said...

In the recent US marketing season/tour, in the program called "Kalpatharu darshan', where people are made to pay $ 250 and made to listen to marketing stuff, a recruiting turf for Inner Awakening ($ 6000 program) etc. when one of the participants asked Sadhananda, "Are you enlightened", he said "Yes" . . . . . Nobody asked any thing further. Probably they knew, there was no point in talking further. LOL.

Let me narrate one incident which corroborates Sadhananda's enlightenment. In one Himalaya tour, one Tamil lady from India who came on the tour, made an agreement with the Khacchar owner 'owner of donkey used for travel to Yamunotri', to pay Rs. 1500 or so. After the trip was made, she escaped without paying that fellow, and the buses came off to the base/hotel. The poor donkey owner could not let it go as Rs. 1500 would probably make a fortune for their life. (People who traveled will know how hard their life is.) He along with 2 of his friends came to the hotel by searching and locating the party, traveling in the night, and spotted the lady and demanded the money.

Sadhananda and some other goondas were ready to beat that fellow as he insisted for his agreed amount. Finally, poor fellow had to go away with Rs. 500 or so, because he could not fight the enlightened man and others!!

This is Sadhananda's enlightenment. LOL!
Wow, Sri Nithyananda, you better tell Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) not to get into any more fights about ripping off poor people over donkeys. We remember your last donkey, Sri Nithya Medhananda Swami, started to yell at someone in the audience in San Jose just because she was taking notes. Doesn't he know that he should only yell at people when they are doing acharya training (teacher training)? And, that big scene in the San Jose parking lot where he was yelling and fighting, that's legendary. Oh, well, we guess that's the type of 'enlightenment' we can expect after 'Inner Awakening'.
And, Sri Nithyananda, what is this here?  This just came through our comments:
Sunday, January 31, 2010 10:10 AM
Anonymous said...
This is one example of Nithya Sadhananda the chief Goonda's enlightened compassion. Let me narrate another one.

I attended Nithyanandam program in Bidadi about 2 years ago. Nithyananda had finished one session and it was a break now. Some people had left the hall for a refreshments, but many of the people were still sitting in the hall in a 'meditative' mood.

Suddenly some commotion happens and we the audience, see a young lady brahmacharini run into the hall from the side doors seemingly in distress and throws herself down with her head on the foot stool of Nithyananda and is weeping. It looked like the lady was in deep distress and she fell on the foot stool of Nithyananda for 'blessings or solace of the divine' although he was physically not there.

And within seconds, a man (I will tell you who this man was shortly) comes seemingly in pursuit of this girl. This man is totally oblivious to the fact that there are over a hundred people in the hall. He grabs this girl by the arm and starts dragging her out of the hall towards the side door and the girl was in total distress. Suddenly after dragging the girl quarter of the way through the hall, he realizes, oops there is a crowd here. He lets go of the girl and gets his bearing quickly and then kind of smiles sheepishly and says to the audience "Oh this girl is not listening and is insisting on going on a Paravarajika, so I was trying to advice her not to do such a thing at such a young age". Meanwhile the girl left the hall.

Really Mr Man - this girl was not listening and hence you were 'advising' and had the right to drag this girl half way like she was a dog on a leash?

By now you probably guessed or are in total denial that this even happened. This wonderful man who was being ever so compassionate to the girl was none other than the great Mr. Aiyya or shall we say Nithya Sadananda Swami. To me from that I decided he is the biggest crook.
Sri Nithyananda, this sounds like quite a tradition you've started... a tradition of not being what you seem.  Wow, we imagine what it takes to be a leader in your organization is good stage presence with gritty determination to get the job done at all costs.  Wow, no wonder your organization has grown so fast so soon.  Sounds like Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) is a rowdy swami's rowdy swami.  No wonder he's the al-Zawahiri of your organization. He seems so mild-mannered otherwise.  Must be that super graveyard energy that brings out the beast, we mean best in people.
And, what is this here, Sri Nithyananda. Look, another Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) story by one of our faithful readers. Let's take a look:

Friday, February 5, 2010 12:12 AM
Anonymous said...

Ayya is the guy who was saved by Nithyananda from his death bed and that's how he became a man to spread his mission...right? So in this case should'nt his family members be greatful and loyal for saving Ayya from the so-called death bed?

If so then why? Only his wife - (Jammuna Amma) – is the only person who is in the ashram and not his sons? or his siblings? or rest of their family who knew this story?

While Ayya recruits Volunteers for the 1yr program (Cheap Labor who drives the organization) and Nithyananda mesmerizes his devotees to become ashramites and opens Gurukulam for their children, why does Guyya (sorry Ayya) needs to send his son’s to UK for their master’s degree?
So, Sri Nithyananda, did you really initiate Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) Purna Sanyas (full renunciant)?  After all, he still has his business, factories, wife, children, and expenses of looking after children.  Yes, those MBAs abroad aren't cheap, unless you, of course, get an 'honorary' PhD from the Hindu University of America (HUA), then it is dirt cheap.  Sri Nithyananda, are you still passing out 'honorary' degrees from HUA to your rich and influential friends, now that you are no longer the Chair of that prestigious trailer park?   After all, if  Ayya's (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami)  children get one of your 'honorary' PhD degrees, then that will guarantee that they will never get a job anywhere else except your Ashram.  That way, you save the money and guarantee the scion of Ayya to be slaving for you for generations to come.  Now, that would be a guaranteed solution.  And, 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda, isn't initiating Purna Sanyas (full renunciant) into your order, but letting them still have all of their worldly ties, isn't that making a joke of the Vedic Traditions?  You really must be an 'enlightened' healing master to be able to do that.  All us regular morals would probably be screaming "FRAUD"!
By the way, Sri Nithyananda, will you be giving Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) all of the respect that you get when you go on tour in North America? We mean will you be hiring burly body guards and arranging that special room service that you always get, you, know, we hear that Ayya only eats certain types of Tamilnadu food. We guess this rules out Taco Bell.

So, Sri Nithyananda, while Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) is making the rounds, can we encourage our fellow Truth Seekers to attend and ask the questions that you never had time to reply back to us? We promise to be polite, courteous, but persistent. Sri Nithyananda? Oh, drats. Samadhi again.

OK, everybody, if you attend one of these programs, be sure to ask Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami):
Is Paramahamsa Nithyananda above the Truth?
If you get anything other than a straight up and down "NO", then you don't need to ask anymore questions, because, well, Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) while representing Paramahamsa Nithyananda will probably not stick to the Truth. Sad. Sad.

But, if you still feel like asking Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami), here's our five (5) basic questions that no one from Paramahamsa Nithyananda's camp has answered for us:

  1. What was the exact day, time, and year your Dear Leader, Paramahamsa Nithyananda, was born?
  2. When did your Dear Leader finish your public education, e.g. Senior Secondary School (i.e. high school), Standards IX to XII? What year, what grade level, and how old was he?
  3. What years (from when to when) did your Dear Leader attend the three-year polytechnic in Engineering? Did he actually graduate? Was he really just a twelve-year-old boy when he started?
  4. When did your Dear Leader leave home to start his nine-years, now just six-years of wandering? How old was your Dear Leader and what year was that?
  5. Where (exact place) did your Dear Leader reach his final stage of 'enlightenment' that 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda claimed happened on January 1, 2000?
And, we have a couple of special questions just for Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami):
Where did you first meet the 'enlightened' 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda?
The reason we want to ask that, Sri Nithyananda, (oh, we forgot, he's still in samadhi ) is that we heard that your story about meeting Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) at the river bank near your first ashram, was just that, a story. You, Sri Nithyananda, meet Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) at the Isha Foundation. Don't worry, Sri Nithyananda, we have someone in India right now checking up if this is true or not... so if it is too painful for Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) to recall this, we'll find out without his help. But, it would be nice to get it straight from the source.
And, while we have the opportunity to have Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) undivided attention, we would like to ask him:
Is it true that if white bird flew above, but if the so-called 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda said, "Look, Ayya, there goes a black bird."  You, Ayya, would actually see a black bird.  The thought of even questioning if you saw a white bird just wouldn't be there, because you really did see a black bird?

If yes, how is this different than being brainwashed?
Yes, Ayya, (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami), we would really like to know.  Actually, with perceptions like that, we're terrified if you, Ayya, ever had a gun in your hand.  I'm sure the cult followers of Charles Manson were told that those 'black birds' needed to be disposed of when their cult leader hatched his plan of action.  And, yes, indeed, Charles Mason's followers gleefully followed his orders.  Sad to say that those cult followers really regretted their actions later, but it was too late... too late for everyone.  We hope that you, Ayya, and Nithyananda do not suffer a similar fate.

And, as an EXTRA bonus, if anyone is in Toronto, perhaps you might like to ask:
Where is all the money we gave to have a temple made? Did that money turn into another 24K golden throne?
Well, we just checked the website and looks like perhaps the devotees who had all their money taken in Toronto might not get a chance to ask Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) where all their money went. On the Canadian Life Bliss Homepage, it looks like Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) will still be at:
Canada Sri Ayyappan Temple
635 Middlefield Road,
Scarborough, Toronto
But at the other Nithyananda website, Yogam, there's no mention of that. Oh, well. All Truth Seekers, please register at the Nithyananda site and remember to be courteous, but don't leave until your answers have been answered. And, at the breaks, be sure to strike up conversations about 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda’s wandering, how much time he spent at the Ramakrishna Mission, how old he actually is, how many years did he wander, how many miles he covered during his wandering, etc. Have some fun with this. But, please be nice and peaceful. Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) might have some bodyguards with him.

As a courtesy for our Truth Seekers, and as a way to make sure the search engines help the people know a little bit about 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda, his cult, and his fraud of selling fake 'enlightenment' scam, we'll include all of the addresses of where Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) will be appearing. But, be sure to check 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda's website and call just to make sure. Don't forget to register too.

So, if you live in Toronto, Canada, on Sunday, January 31, 2010, you *might* be able to see Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) at:
Canada Sri Ayyappan Temple
635 Middlefield Road,
Scarborough, Toronto
Now, the devotees at Canada Sri Ayyappan Temple in Toronto will know more about Swami Nithyananda from this blog.

Or if you life in Vancouver, British Columbia, you can catch Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) on Tuesday, February 2 (say, that's Ground Hog's Day, eh?) at:
Unity Church of Vancouver
5840 Oak Street, Vancouver (Oak St. / 42nd Ave.)
Now, regular attendees at Unity Church of Vancouver in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, will know more about Swami Nithyananda from this blog.  Hopefully, we can reach them before their Unity Church of Vancouver becomes the Dis-unity Church of Vancouver.  Divorces, separation, career-stoppers, everything. A one-stop wrecking company is invited in.  Damage control, please.

On Saturday, February 6, 2010 from 5 to 7 p.m., Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) will be at the ISKCON Temple in Chandler, Arizona, which is real close to Phoenix, Arizona. The ISKCON temple in Chandler (suburb of Phoenix, Arizona) is located at:
ISKCON Temple 
100 S. Weber Dr
Chandler, AZ 85226
Saturday, February 6, 2010
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Here's a wonderful chance for ISKCON devotees and other devotees to compare two types of gurus.  On one hand, there is A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and the other, the self-proclaimed 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda.  One lived a sincere and simple life, the other lavishly dressed and surrounded with gold.  One lived in poverty and with transparency unheard of, the other, with expensive programs and a 'secret' private life that seems to counter what he preaches.  One devoted his whole life to promote Lord Krishna and the Bhagavad Gita the other works solely to promote himself and shamelessly credits the work of others for himself.  Yes, 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda, you are no Prabhupada.  But, readers, find out yourself, and attend this program at ISKCON in Chandler (next to Phoenix), Arizona if you can.

We see that you plan to have Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) sell your wares in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 7 and in Seattle on Thursday, February 11, but TBD.  Are you afraid, 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda, that some of our readers are going to attend and ask him the questions you don't want to hear?

Oh, look.  There's an email from the Nithyananda (so-called) Vedic Temple from Montclair.  Dance Like Shiva?  Really.  OK, looks like Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) will be at the Montclair Temple:
Nithyananda (so-called) Vedic Temple
9720 Central Ave., Montclair, CA 91763
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Time: 5:00 p.m. to ???
Hey, Sri Nithyananda.  Since Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) is your right-hand man, and no doubt he is 'enlightened' just like you, will you let him sit on your 24K Gold Throne?  You know, that 24K gold throne that you have at your so-called Vedic Temple in Montclair, California.   Yes, that one, with statues of Lord Ganesha right by your feet, but most interesting (or offensive) is Lord Vishnu and Devi Lakshmi right on you seat.  Here's a picture of you now on that very same throne:  
Lucky thing for the Hindu world is that you, Sri Nithyananda, we mean 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda, that you are an 'enlightened' healing master. And, in your very own words, 'enlightened' healing masters are above Hindu Deities.  In this case, Sri Nithyananda, you seem to be 'just' above the Hindu Deities, as in only separated by a cushion.

We just got a tip that Ayya will be at the Vedic Temple in Seattle, Washington.  Well, it isn't exactly in Seattle, WA, but it is in Redmond, WA. Say, isn't Redmond, WA. the same place that has that big bloated software company?  You know, the folks that don't even index our site in their pretty-skinned-but-useless search engine?  Yes, don't expect good things out of Redmond, Washington.  Anyway, you can ask Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) our questions in Seattle / Redmond Washington at the:
Nithyananda Vedic Temple - Seattle 
2877 152nd Avenue Northeast
Redmond, WA 98052
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Time: 7:30 p.m. to ???
On Sunday, February 14, hey, that's Valentine's Day and Tet/Chinese New Year, we see that Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) will be hawking your brand of 'enlightenment' in St. Louis at the Center For Spiritual Living from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.  Here's the address:
Center For Spiritual Living
12875 Fee Fee Road
St. Louis, MO-63246
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Time:  3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Hey, Sri Nithyananda, are you going to make Ayya turn the Center For Spiritual Living into the Center For Spiritual Lying? Those folks for St. Louis are from the 'Show Me' state.  Are you going to have Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) show them your timeline?  On exactly how nine year (now just six years) fit in just four and a half year?  We are sure that the seekers at the Center for Spiritual Living in St. Louis will love to see that.  We would love to see that too.

And, look here, on Wednesday, February 17 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., people can have an introduction to Nithya Brainwashing in Michigan at Kalakshetra (KTOA), the Temple of Arts, which is a suburb of Detroit.
Kalakshetra, the Temple of Arts (KTOA)
30687 Grand River Ave
Farmington Hill, MI - 48336
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Time:  6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Wow, Sri Nithyananda, you can practice the art of deception at the Temple of Arts, Kalakshetra, in Farmington Hill, Michigan.  And, since this region near Detroit, Michigan, is really hurting economically, we bet that the devotees at the Kalakshetra, KTOA (the Temple of Arts) in Farmington Hill, probably do not have an extra $6,000.00 dollars to attend 'Inner Awakening', especially, when they see the search results for such a program.

Perhaps, you, Sri Nithyananda, will have better results sending Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) to Columbus, Ohio at the Bridgewater Banquet and Conference Center in Powell, Ohio.  Here's the address:
Bridgewater Banquet & Conference Center
10561 Sawmill Parkway
Powell, OH - 43065

Saturday, February 20, 2010
Time: 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Oh, Sri Nithyananda, we see that you are not having it in some church or temple, but a conference center in Powell, Ohio.  Is that because everyone spiritual already knows about you and your fraudulent operations from your center in Delaware, Ohio?  And, none of the spiritual places wants to see the goodwill of their followers hijacked by a cult?  Can't say we blame them.  Glad the word is spreading.

We see, Sri Nithyananda, there's a big TBD for both Houston and Dallas, Texas on February 21 and 23 respectively.  Yes, Houston, you do have a problem if you let Sri Nithyananda and his cult come in to town.

Maybe, Sri Nithyananda, you'll have better luck in New Jersey.  After all, New Jersey is known for its pollution and decay, and we think you'll fit right in.  Here, on Thursday, February 25, you'll be sending Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) to the Gayatri Chetna Center, in Piscataway, New Jersey, which is close to Newark, New Jersey and New York, New York.
Gayatri Chetna Center
240 Centennial Avenue
Piscataway, NJ - 08854
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Time: TBD
Sri Nithyananda, does the followers at the Gayatri Chetna Center in Piscataway, New Jersey, know about your graveyard spirituality?  Your mass initiation to sanyasi (monk)?  Do the priests at the Gayatri Chetna Center know how you insert or substitute your name into the holy mantras?  How some of the participants at the acharya (teacher) training programs went crazy?  Have the devotees at the Gayatri Chetna Center in Piscataway, New Jersey figured out that you were in the Ramakrishna Mission when you said you were wandering?  And, how you beat your ashramite in your ashram?  Yes, Sri Nithyananda, we guessed that they probably haven't found that out yet, or they would definitely not let you in their temple and give your lieutenant, Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami), a chance to indoctrinate them into your cult. 
 
And, finally, Sri Nithyananda, you have announced that you will send Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) to San Jose (or the Bay Area) in California on Saturday, February 27, 2010.  Sri Nithyananda, do you still have a so-called Vedic Temple there?  You don't seem to have that so-called Vedic Temple listed anywhere on your websites.  Was this the same temple that was closed for over six months due to violating the laws of the City of Milpitas?  Sri Nithyananda, is that a good thing to have your devotees willingly break the law in the name of service to you?  We can't wait to find out where this gathering will be.

Call to Action for All Truth Seekers:
At the Nithyananda Yogam Tour site, there are only a few venues mentioned where Ayya (or Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami) will be featured.  The rest of the venues are "to be determined".  Perhaps the Life Bliss Foundation is really the Scared Sitless Foundation.  So, please do the following:

1. Please post a comment when you are certain of a local venue. Looks like the cult of Nithyananda is trying to hold it in as many 'outside' venues to reach out to a new crowd.  Talk about a Trojan Horse.  Let's do our best to warn as many people of this scam before they fall into the trap.

2. Write and warn the local venue especially if it is a temple or a church about how 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda, the Nithyananda Foundation, the Life Bliss Foundation, Inner Awakening, Nithya Yoga, etc. is one big cult and how they defraud people by offering phony certificates of 'enlightenment'.  Even if the event has past, your letter will help the venue owners to wake up and prevent their temple or church from being hijacked or used as a recruiting launch pad for this cult.

3. Try to attend this function and politely ask the questions above.  Talk about 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda during the break.  Ask questions like "Do you really think he's 'enlightened'?  I read that he was at the Ramakrishna Mission the same time he said that he was doing his monastic wandering.", etc.

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Follow your dharma. Use your common sense. Listen to your inner-conscience, and follow the Truth. Come out of this trap, and escape from this fake and fraudulent cult.

Day 56: Fifty-six days have passed since Sri Nithyananda's bloggers of the Parallel Universe of La-La Land have not answered our simple chronological questions. We'll keep on reminding them.

Day 77: Seventy-seven days have passed since Sri Nithyananda and his organizations have threatened a baseless lawsuit against us. We'll keep on counting.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Comments from blogger 'Swamiji is God' about 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda


Update: Shortly after Nithyananda's sex scandal broke, commenter to this blog, 'Swamiji is God (SIG)' realized and admitted that Paramahamsa Nithyananda was no Paramahamsa. 'Swamiji is God' wrote us a nice post and admitted that we were right, and thanked us for our efforts in exposing the fraud of Nithyananda and his cult. 'Swamiji is God', like many of us, is a sincere seeker who got taken in by Nithyananda. This is our story too. So, we're glad to have helped. We are leaving this post and 'Swamiji is God's comments up as an archive to help others see and realize the Truth. We hope that
'Swamiji is God' is able to carrying on his/her spiritual journey and has not suffered too much emotional and spiritual damage from Nithyananda's fraud.

Communication with 'Swami' Nithyananda's Other Side

Om Namah Shivaya.  We had some thoughtful comments from a user named 'Swamiji is God'. Instead of just posting these as a side note, we decided to dedicate a post just these comments. Therefore, all of the comments can be relevant to this post. Here are the comments:
Saturday, January 23, 2010 5:53 AM
Swamiji is God said...

Nithyanandam, the objective of your blog is to educate all about the wrongdoings and lies of Swamiji and his organization, correct ? This is to help people inside to realize that they are following a "fake" Swami and should immediately withdraw from all his associated activities, correct ? I am a devotee of Swamiji, please can you answer these simple questions logically ? 1. If he was really in RK mission, and not a divine person, how did he end up in Bidadi(from Near Erode) of all places in India and that too with the land being donated for free with a Huge Banyan tree in its premises. 2. How did Sec Ayya get cured from Cancer just by a touch from Swamiiji. I am from Tamil Nadu and I know people who knew Ayya before he met Swamiiji and they told me he had cancer and was on the death bed etc.. and that they did not know he was alive until I told them about Swamiji, they had come for Kalpataru and were shocked to see Secretary Ayya not only alive and well but also driving Swamiji's car. They knew ayya from a previous organization and they told me ayya was too weak and sick to even drive a car 11 years back and now he looks so energetic like a youth. How can you explain this if Swamiji was not divine?

I understand lots of the statements on the dhyanapeetam site/ books might be 'exaggerated', but not all are lies. You have like 10 falsified and exaggerated statements, whereas devotees have 100s of stories they can vouch for, like healing, miracles etc.. How do you justify this ? I am for open and honest discussion. There are probably 100 people max who have left/unhappy, and at least 2000-3000 people still connected to Swamiji and happy with the mission. Are you saying the majority are wrong about something which only the smart 100 or so have "Realized". Hopefully one of us is convinced that we are wrong. If you really do not have any animosity towards Swamiji, and you are really trying to get the truth out, then post this and justify the hundreds of people healed, thousands of people living blissfully. Just a few exaggerated statements does not nullify a 100 truths. I pray to Swamiji that all of us attain, experience and radiate 'nithyananda' - Eternal Bliss.
And another post followed that:
Monday, January 25, 2010 8:40 AM
Swamiji is God said...

Answer to Anon above if my post is approved ! I agree I am a devotee of Swamiji and I also agree with lot of points on this website. I have even seen the personal side of Swamiji. All the gold etc. is only a front, he is actually very modest in private ! He eats only in steel plates(even refusing to eat in a silver plate in a devotee's house), sleeps in modest accommodations etc. But what I have realized is that Spiritual Masters, no matter how chaste they are, or how careful they are, they are always criticized because of their actions. Let me quote a few examples, Yogi Ramsurat Kumar, a well known saint in Tiruvannamalai once threw a stone at a devotee when that person came to him with a problem and asked him for a solution, that person's wish was fulfilled ! Internet/ blogging was not so popular then otherwise he would have been labelled a mad man and there would have been a blog like this attacking him. Buddha had 6 of his very close first disciples leave because they thought he could not deliver to them the ultimate truth. Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was thought of having some psychological problems and hence his visions of kali. See each master had varying levels of difficulty dealing with society, but when all is said and done they are revered and worshipped and they have long gone by and their ideals have been polished for society, but a big BUT, when they were in the body, they always faced criticism and hardships from society. Jesus was crucified, Osho was poisoned etc.. So what I want to conclude is that we in our plane of consciousness and thinking, we can never judge an Avatara Purusha's or an Enlightened one's actions based on our understanding. And one more thing with Swamiji is with the advances in technology enabling faster transmission of data, every small discretion is glorified and spread faster than fire. To conclude all I want to say is Buddha was criticized by few when his disciples started leaving him thinking he was fake, but in the grand scheme of things say like thousands of years later, the people who connected with him, benefitted and got enlightened, but the people who criticized, history never remembered them, but Buddha still lives on. So in our story in the grand scheme of things, in a large portrait that is the size of maybe the whole world, Existence will exist through the human form through masters like Buddha, Krishna, Jesus, Mohammad, Nithyananda, Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Ramana etc.. and all the people who criticized or spoke ill will not even be the size of a pizel on that huge canvas. Those who catch the master will become one with it !!!!!
And, our reply:

Thanks, so much, 'Swamiji is God' for taking the time to write thoughtful questions, which we'll be glad to try to give a thoughtful reply too. We are not looking at this as a 'debate' where there will be a winner or not, but we're looking at this as a way that we can exchange our views in hopes of getting a better understanding.

Yes, you understood most of our objectives. All of the contributors to this blog have had extensive experience with 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda. Some of our contributors were even in that first batch of mass 'enlightenment' that occurred in Los Angeles, June, 2007. We have found that Swami Nithyananda really is not what he seems. We would like to let others, who are new to Nithyananda, know our experience so they can make a more informed decision whether to follow him or not. And, as you mentioned, we would also like those who are already very involved with Nithyananda and his mission reevaluate their commitment and see if they really want to continue down this path. We also have a wish (but realize that it is just a wish) that Sri Nithyananda will reform his Mission and emphasize compassion to Divinity without tearing apart families and stop all the other well documented grievances that we have written about.

"Swamiji is God", we are going to skip the order of your posts. Hope that's OK. You wrote that you acknowledged that some of the Nithyananda's (biography) stories might be exaggerated and that we might have written material that was either exaggerated or not truthful. Actually, this is key to us. We did not exaggerate any of our findings. You mentioned that we had at least ten (10) "falsified and exaggerated statements". Please let us know specifically which of our statements are in question. We will be glad to address those. To the best of our knowledge, everything on our site is true. We have even removed some posts that our sources were not able to verify to our satisfaction. So, just let us know, and please be specific. We'll be glad to discuss. We will admit that we have written our posts in a very bantering way. To be honest with you, that is to both humor and heal us. Our experiencing has been painful, and we rather poke fun at it rather than get real serious about it. Based on our feedback, we know that we have a lot of loyal readers who just love our humor (they must have had problems too :-). We also know that many current insiders are not going to appreciate our humor at all, (although this might be useful for churning purposes). We know firsthand, that no one, who is deeply committed with Sri Nithyananda and his Mission, will leave smiling. Before anyone leaves, there will be some energy and lots of 'churning'. We also want to use humor as a means of showing Sri Nithyananda is just human after all. He is not a God. So rather than pound on the cap keys, we use wit, smart alec, bantering, and a lot of Truth. Those are our weapons. We also have plans to post another site that quickly outlines our key points  in this blog with bullet like succinctness and without the humor. Don't worry, loyal readers, we'll be back with our usual banter in future posts.

Speaking of the Truth, we really wanted to show that Sri Nithyananda has projected an image much greater than he is or even much different than he is. So, by exposing the Truths of the inconsistencies and downright fabrications of his biography, to at least us, prove that Sri Nithyananda is not an avatar waiting to liberate us all. These lapses and creative stories seemed to be done to self-promote himself. Is this the behavior of an enlightened master? We say not at all. If someone lied on their resume, would they still be able to keep their job even if they were competent? Usually not. The Truth is the foundation in which everything else spiritually and sattvic (pure) is based on. If that foundation is wobbly and sinking into missing gaps, then anything built on top of that foundation is going to be distorted, leaning, and not inhabitable. That is exactly the case we see with Sri Nithyananda. At this point, any story that he gives without verification could be questioned as being just another story. This includes his ability to give 'enlightenment'.

We recognize that there will be those who believe in the personality of a charismatic leader and the promise of some brighter future over the Truth. Although we admire the faith of such people, we recognize that this is a very dangerous path and has led to the ruin of many individuals and nations. So, we use Truth as the corner stone of our foundation. We are bent to get to it, and then expose it. If people still want to allow their emotions to overwrite their logic derived from Truth, God bless them.

We are not impressed by the numbers game. A whole nation was once mesmerized and willingly followed Adolph Hitler. Did that make them right? Try saying that to the seven million Jews, Gypsies, and homosexuals that were systematically killed. The United States Constitution is based on protecting the rights of the minority from being trampled by the majority. Conversely, we could use the same logic to say that out of total population of spiritual people, only a few thousand are aligned with Sri Nithyananda and the Life Bliss Foundation. Just the same, we would want your rights to also be protected from a 'majority rule'.

We are glad to hear that you consider a lot of people inside Nithyananda's Order to be happy. We hope that they are happy for the right reasons. We have seen what happens when people carry false certificates of 'enlightenment' that are not valid any where else, give up their sense of identity and family for a life where there responsibilities are lifted, but still they do not feel 'light'. This is what we call living in self-denial or in La-La Land.

Yet, it is not our job to check up or even question the ashramites' happiness. We just want to make sure that those insiders are aware of the process going around them and to examine exactly why they are happy. And to the people who are interested in living in the ashram, is this happiness worth breaking up your family, possibly divorcing your spouse, ending your career, drastically reducing contact with your parents, brothers, and sisters, giving up your identity, mortgaging your children's college fund or even your retirement? At least, we would like people to enter the ashram knowing what may happen to them, and what has happened to others before they join. This is much better than later regretting what happened after it is too late.

In the same way, the cult followers of Reverend Jim Jones of the infamous Jonestown all seemed happy right up to the very end. Reports were given that mothers happily fed their babies cyanide and watched as the babies foamed up the content from their mouths; these mothers then happily swallowed the poison. Reverend Jim Jones' followers really thought that they will all be heading toward salvation or 'enlightenment'. We do not believe that Sri Nithyananda has any wild dreams about doing something that horrendous, but our point is that the foundation for doing something like that is there. The same sort of mindset seems of "Swami will take care" seems to be well in place.  Any body who expresses doubt or questions the word of the master is quickly told to drop it. We have seen firsthand followers surrender their identities, thoughts, actions, etc. completely to Sri Nithyananda. Our message is Be Careful!, and constantly check your internal compass for anything that might be amiss. You (who are over 18) are responsible for you. No one else is. 'Feeling happy' and 'doing the right thing' do not always go 'hand in hand'.

In your second post, you mention about how Sri Nithyananda is modest in private. It is our experience that he can be modest, but often these home visits are to 'seal the deal'. We have also seen the private side of Sri Nithyananda. We've witnessed yelling, violence (but only in India, because he's afraid of lawsuits in North America), and extravagance. We seen him make decisions to fly business class why sending his personal assistant to fly coach, order the most expensive cell phone with the most gadgets (Sri Nithyananda's direct criteria in ordering a phone), staying in posh hotels and not in devotees homes, demanding to be driven in 'regal' SUVs, not simple economy cars, hiring bodyguards, etc. Even in his public life, having such elaborate customs and an unnatural love for gold, which includes several gold thrones, is a little hard for us to say 'modest' and 'simple'. Yes, Sri Nithyananda can be quite charming, simple, and likable when he wants to be. Unfortunately, we have seen a big difference between his 'public' side and his 'private' side that this consistent difference cannot be accounted for by just a bad day.

Yes, we agree with you, 'Samiji is God', that all True Masters certainly had parts of the personalities that would seem as quirks. We really are not interest in those aspects or other one-off incidents such as the one you mentioned about Yogi Ramsurat Kumar. We are looking at 'across-the-board' consistent actions from our personal experiences that lead us to believe that Sri Nithyananda is not the Divine Saint he markets himself to be. We will admit that he is a brilliant orator, an outstanding lecturer, and teacher. We could even say that he might be enlightened on the intellectual plain, but unfortunately, lacks common sense to even make up a consistent time line story. Sorry to say, Sri Nithyananda does not seem enlightened to us in the most important aspect of compassion. He really does not seem to have feelings towards those around him. It is all about him! When his followers become 'hurt', it is because they either did something wrong or 'Swami is working on them.' In this way, you compared Sri Nithyananda to Jesus, Buddha, Paramahamsa Ramamkrishna, Lord Krishna, Mohammad, Swami Vivekananda, Sri Ramana Maharshi, and Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh). We only believe that Sri Nithyananda is on par with Osho. Osho, as you recall, was a gifted speaker who had a huge following. Osho loved material object such as Rolls Royces, had ulterior political motives, and expressed zero compassion to his followers. He left a legacy of confusion and lost lives. By the way, Osho's health was always very poor, and we do not believe he was poisoned by George Bush Sr. and the CIA as his followers would like people to believe. As with Osho, Sri Nithyananda lacks the compassion that true masters have.

Speaking of criticism, we have heard firsthand many times about how 'Swamiji' Nithyananda gave scathing attacks on several masters. Sri Nithyananda had criticized and/or belittled Paramahamsa Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, the whole Ramakrishna Mission and Vedanta Society, Mata Amritanandamayi (Ammachi), Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev of the Isha Foundation, and others. (We'll save the details for future posts.) So, Sri Nithyananda really should check his own behavior first before criticizing those that have shined a Truthful light on him and his operations.

We are also happy to claim that we are not doing an anti-guru site. True Gurus who are committed to the Truth and do not have any inconsistencies from their public and private lives.  True Gurus are dedicated to helping society without any personal gain; they are wonderful and rare folks. Yes, they are all around. Some have gotten famous and some are very low key. We give them all a free pass on this blog even if they have some controversies associated with them. We are only interested in exposing one person, who is not a True Guru (in our humble opinions), and that is Sri Nithyananda. That is the one guru who we are qualified to speak on due to our extensive direct experience with him.

Towards the end of the second posting, 'Swamiji is God' you questioned our motives of why we are criticizing Sri Nithyananda. Let us assure you, that we are not interested in fame. We have no plans on writing a novel, no fantasies of appearing on Oprah, (Oprah Winfrey is a famous TV talk-show in America) or dreams of marketing coffee mugs with our picture on them. We just want to get the Truth out so that others may know before they go. And, if we had this information available to us when we first met Sri Nithyananda, we might have made different decisions. So, we want to let people decide.

Yes, we agree. In this digital age, news travels quickly. We remember that 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda made goals of the number of people that he wanted to 'enlightened' back in 2005. He set a big number which was over ten fold greater than the number of souls Buddha enlightened because he said that there was no 'buddha.com' back then. So, yes it goes both ways. If Sri Nithyananda kept to Truths and lived a Truthful life, blogs like these would never happen, and Sri Nithyananda's message would be broadcast across the internet without critique. (Or at least no one in our team would be doing what we are doing now.) So, yes, technology can distribute information quickly. Something can rise as fast as a rocket, but the gravity pull of Truth, thanks to technology, can bring it right down. Once again, please let us know what on our site you think are lies and exaggerations. We'll be glad to prove that these posts are True and that our pull of gravity is real.

'Swamiji is God', we'll now go back to your first post. You mentioned bout two of the 'miracles' that are often attributed to 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda. The first one regards obtaining the property in Bidadi, and the second one regards the healing of 'Swami' Nithyananda's Secretary, Ayya, a.k.a. Sri Nithya Sadhananda Swami. We're very happy to know that Sri Ayya is alive, well, and healthy. Many of us have personally met him, and we know that he is hardworking, professional, and fully dedicated to 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda's Mission. We are also happy to know that he creates wealth in society and employees many people who are able to have a livelihood based on his efforts. This employment has a wonderful knock-on effect, and spreads very wide especially in India. We only have goodwill toward Sri Ayya. The details about Ayya's healing experience are in question because we found so much of the other stories from Sri Nithyananda to be just that, stories. For the sake of this article, we'll assume on good faith that all of the stories concerning Ayya's healing are true. We will further attribute that healing not just to chance, but to 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda's efforts, although we have well noted examples of when healing did not occur even though it was promised by Sri Nithyananda. Yes, 'Swami' Nithyananda's healing can happen, but it seems so inconsistent even when it has been promised.   (See posts "Swami Nithyananda's Record at Healing Part I, Part II, and Part III, also of interest, Paramahamsa Nithyananda Turns Away Those In Need Out of Greed).

It would be very hard to claim on a physical level that the healing of someone's body is not a good thing. Once again, we're very glad the Ayya is amongst the living. On a spiritual level, we are not so certain if healing is always the best thing to occur, especially for the healer. It is our understanding that karmas must be transferred when 'spiritual' healing is taken on by another. We remember hearing 'Swami' Nithyananda time and time again saying that he heals 'safely' and that he is able to take the karmas and dispose of them properly. We sure hope that this is true. Otherwise, Sri Nithyananda will be suffering lifetime after lifetime (assuming when he gets a human birth again) of all of these karmas. Based on the exaggerations of Sri Nithyananda's biography, his own fallacies, such as having his U.S. Tourist Visa cancelled, his Bay Area Temple shut down for six months, etc., we really doubt that he has the capacity to 'dispose' of these karmas correctly. We also seen a deep desire from 'Swami' Nithyananda to look as 'divine' as possible, so dealing with the messy aftereffects of karmas from healing might be just an afterthought to him. So, we do pray that Sri Nithyananda is not collecting karmas during these healings, and that everyone will be fine. And, yes, anyone who feels that they have been healed by 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda, we are glad that you are well and amongst the living.

The source of 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda's energy is a delicate subject indeed. We know that Sri Nithyananda goes to great lengths to appear to be a very holy man erecting very large and grandiose temples with 'biggest Venkateshwara in North America', etc. As we said in earlier posts, we feel that this is a facade. As far as we can tell, the source of Sri Nithyananda's energy seems to be from dark tantric practices. In this field, someone cannot have Divine energy and still practice dark tantra. Someone can practice one, but not both energies. The reason we conclude that Sri Nithyananda's energy is of this dark source is from all of his stories of graveyards and ghosts. We have never seen a 'master' so enthusiastically embrace graveyard worship before. True Lord Shiva is everywhere including the cemetery. Lord Shiva is NOT exclusively in the cemetery.

Here are some of the statements on Nithyananda's own media that support this claim:
(When he was a teenager) Nithyananda would often meditate all night long in the cremation grounds of Tiruvannamalai absorbed in the vibrant silence of Arunachala, and at the break of dawn, he would return home.
(source: srianandeshwaratemple.dhyanapeetam.org
[under 'founder')
Sri Nithyananda would often lead tours late at night into the cemetery. In his own words:
Some of the famous graveyards of the holy town of Tiruvannamalai were serene places of meditation for Nithyananda. A couple of years back, as we walked as a small group with the Master in the wee hours of the morning(that means very late at night, past midnight) in Tiruvannamalai, he took us to these graveyards and showed us the exact spots where he would sit and meditate.
(Source: Nithyananda Vol. 1, first edition 2006, p. 105)
In our post, "Paramahamsa Nithyananda & Graveyard Enlightenment", we disclosed the technique in Nithyananda's "Living Enlightenment Program" where he took his followers, did a fire ritual in the graveyard, and had them run around chaotically? Is this some sort of 'soul matching'?

In another post titled, "Paramahamsa Nithyananda Spreads His Dark Tantric Bliss - This is NOT Lord Shiva" we mentioned one of the more bizarre occurrences that happened in an Acharya (teacher training) program. More recently, in June 2008, at the Vedic Temple in Montclair (Los Angeles) during an Acharya (teacher training) program conducted by Sri Nithya Medhananda Swami, a young male participant became 'possessed' and tried to kill himself by jumping over the balcony at the hotel. (We'll dedicate a separate post just on that.) In another post titled "Paramahamsa Nithyananda Performs a Red Hot Chili Ritual; Fire Away with Dark Tantric Magic!", we showed some of the more unusual things 'Swami' Nithyananda places in the fire ritual and explained some of the possibilities of why Sri Nithyananda was doing this.

The influences from Sri Nithyananda gives us yet some more clues of what kind of siddhis (esoteric power) Sri Nithyananda learned and how he used them.
Moreover, he (Nithyananda) didn't have to suffer at school! If Nithyananda had homework and complained to the Yogi (Raghupati Yogi), the teacher (at Sri Nithyananda's school) would fall sick the next day!
(Source: Nithyananda Vol. 1, first edition 2006, p. 98)
And, yet another unsettling clue from Sri Nithyananda's upbringing:
Often when Nithyananda missed school, he would seek the help of Thatha to escape punishment from teachers. Thatha would make sure Nithyananda's attendance in school was marked.
(Source: Nithyananda Vol. 1, first edition 2006, p. 108)
These are mildly disturbing and almost amusing stories of Nithyananda's childhood that define the 'science' of dark siddhis (esoteric powers) and its application that could be used in the future.

Now, it might seem like a 'miracle' that Sri Nithyananda was able to see the land in Bidadi from Erode and that someone just happened to want to 'donate' it to him. We see this as possibly a misuse of dark siddhis (esoteric power) that has been carefully cultivated from the graveyards. When these siddhis have been mastered, controlling the thoughts and even actions of others is possible.

Getting back to the source, we see all of Sri Nithyananda's powers along this line, for no Divine influence would want to co-exist with such dark power.  The price for using this type of dark power is clearly mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita when Lord Krishna says:
Demigod-worshippers go to the demigods.
Ancestor-worshippers go to the ancestors.
Those who utilize ghosts, go to the ghosts.
And my devotees go to me (and are not born again).
(Bhagavad Gita: 9.25)
We imagine that Sri Nithyananda's ability to heal also comes from this same dark source. Therefore, recipients of Sri Nithyananda's healing, indeed, might get negative consequences as a result. We just don't know, and there is no way that we could prove this. But, for anyone that gives late night tours and performs rituals for/to others in the graveyard, we cannot think that this is any holy act.

In summary, 'Swami is God' we realize that you are probably not going to agree with us on many (if at all) of these points. Regardless, we have our major reservations about the legitimacy of 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda's claim to being 'enlightened'. We have discovered major holes in his biography that shake the essence of his ability to be even remotely be seen as truthful. We have witnessed followers (including our own actions in the past) who are more than willing to do unquestionably whatever Sri Nithyananda tells them to do. In case of any reservations, we've been told to "drop the mind, doubt, and the ego". Otherwise, it is our fault. We found Sri Nithyananda to be very ambitious indeed, and hence willing to legitimize his 'holy' claims at the expense of the wellbeing of others and even his own karma. We sincerely pray for him. Conclusively, Sri Nithyananda seems to be focused on graveyard spirituality with the mask of Vedic traditions. Although Ravana built great Shiva temples in Lanka, Lord Shiva, in the form of Hanuman, brought the whole city to flames. It might take some major fire to cleanse the negative influences from such a city. Finally, we have debunked the true and tried techniques that Sri Nithyananda uses to discredit us by saying that we seek fame and that we are out to badmouth all Masters, etc.  From our findings, Swami Nithyananda has been the one that has badmouthed and belittled other enlightened masters and has deeply discredited Vedic traditions in a quest for his own power and fame.

In conclusion, we cannot help but think that Sri Nithyananda is leading others down the wrong path and that he is creating huge karma for himself and others that will take thousands of years to burn off. For the good of all, we really do want this to stop.

We hope that we at least addressed your questions, and we look forward to more dialog.

We welcome comments, but we would like everyone to be at their best behavior when posting on this page. Both pro and con sides, please think in terms of understanding and not in terms of contentious attacks. Thanks.

Jai Maa.

Follow your dharma. Use your common sense. Listen to your inner-conscience, and follow the Truth. Come out of this trap, and escape from this fake and fraudulent cult.

Day 52: Fifty-two days have passed since Sri Nithyananda's bloggers of the Parallel Universe of La-La Land have not answered our simple chronological questions. We'll keep on reminding them.

Day 73: Seventy-three days have passed since Sri Nithyananda and his organizations have threatened a baseless lawsuit against us. We'll keep on counting.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda Gets His Timeline Picture Perfect, Perfect Fantasy That Is


The Graphic Revelations about Swami 'Psychopath' Nithyananda - Fantasyland Captured in Two-Dimensions

Well, there Sri Nithyananda, did you see the latest post on our Mirror Universe Website? You remember, the website that mirrors the Truth? Yes, we know that you really don't seem to like others to know the Truth about you, Sri Nithyananda. We know that you much rather have your followers 'to be into you' than 'to be on to you'. Sri Nithyananda, are you there? Samadhi this early? Oh, Sri Nithyananda, we see that your heart is pounding way too fast to be in Samadhi. You're faking it again. OK, we know that you can hear us. So, anyway, the creators of the Mirror Universe of Truth Website made this smashing graphic, which compressed all your stories before your 'enlightenment' into one image. Let's take a look, if you care to open your eyes. Here it is now:

(Click on Image to see the details of fraud)
Source: nithyatales.webs.com

We think this is quite an accomplishment. We mean you had multiple layers of time continuums, overlapping dementia, we mean dimensions of 'achievements', and spiral logic that ends in a whirlpool to nowhere. You know, Sri Nithyananda, you would make Syd Barrett seem sane in comparison. We really have to thank the folks at nithyatales.webs.com to take all the trouble to untangle this mess and flatten it into one clean image available for the World Wide Web. Now people can see at a glance your creative psychopathic insanity or perhaps just how you took everyone for a ride in your Cult of Fantasyland Fraud. Yes, Sri Nithyananda, you heard us right. You run a Cult of Fantasyland Fraud; picture Bernie Madoff with Mickey Mouse ears. We can almost hear your followers sing now; "It's a Small Warped World After All, Fraud a-la-la-land-la-la". Yes, Sri Nithyananda, Facts and Truths just don't mean a thing once we have been 'enlightened' by you. What is important is that they believe in you. Just believing in you, Sri Nithyananda, will probably be enough to get them admission into your Nithya La-La Land. We think if anyone believes you now after all your fantasies have been made clear, that is more than enough to get admission into the Funny Farm. Sri Nithyananda, is it true that fantasy blocks the Muladhara chakra (the root energy center located on end of the spine/tailbone)? So, Sri Nithyananda, knowing about your fraudulent fantasy-filled timeline and still believing in you, does that lock or unlock this chakra? And, if it blocks the energy to the Muladhara chakra, then what is going to happen to all of your followers?  Will they be able to walk OK?  Actually, Sri Nithyananda, we really don't want to visualize that.

Hey, Sri Nithyananda, do you know that the folks at nithyatales.webs.com just added a bunch of new content? You should check it out. Do you remember the laughing meditation? Well, Sri Nithyananda, most of our readers are inspired to do just that once they read your biography. So, perhaps, you, Sri Nithyananda, might actually get someone enlightened after all. Ha Ha, Sri Nithyananda, jokes on you. Sri Nithyananda? Oh, you really went into samadhi this time.

Many thanks to the folks at:

nithyatales.webs.com
for making this graphic available to everyone. Fraud never seem so clear. Please check out their website.

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Follow your dharma. Use your common sense. Listen to your inner-conscience, and follow the Truth. Come out of this trap, and escape from this fake and fraudulent cult.

Day 42: Forty-two days have passed since Sri Nithyananda's bloggers of the Parallel Universe of La-La Land have not answered our simple chronological questions. We'll keep on reminding them.

Day 63: Sixty-three days have passed since Sri Nithyananda and his organizations have threatened a baseless lawsuit against us. We'll keep on counting.

Monday, January 11, 2010

'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda Wanders in the Ramakrishna Mission for Five (5) Years


Marathon Champion, Sri Nithyananda, Runs the Breadth of India in Record Time (or in No Time at All)


Summary: 'Paramahamsa' Nithyananda claims to have been wandering 'the breadth of India' until his 'enlightenment' on January 1, 2000. Apparently, he forgot about all the years he was at the Ramakrishna Mission in Chennai (Madras) and for a brief time in Ramakrishna Math in Belur near Kolkata (Calcutta). It seems that these studies significantly cut into his wandering years if not completely overlapped them. Therefore, did any of Paramahamsa Nithyananda's stories, including his 'enlightenment' story actually happen? Read on...

Graphic Summary:
The graphic below nicely summarizes the inconsistencies in self-titled Paramahamsa Nithyananda's timeline:

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Source: nithyatales.webs.com

Hi there, Sri Nithyananda. Before your became a self-declared Paramahamsa, how many years did you spend wandering? Oh, yes, we talked about this before in our post titled, "Backpedaling Keeper of Revised 'Truths', Nithyananda, Required to Embellish His Story (Again)".

You, Sri Nithyananda, now will say six (6) years of wandering, down from nine (9) years of wandering, and we figured out by using your dates within your stories that it is most likely just four and a half (4.5) years of wandering, or at most just four and three-quarters (4.75) years of wandering. OK, Sri Nithyananda, until you revise your story again, we'll have to agree to disagree over the number of years you did wandering.
Now, Sri Nithyananda, we would like to ask what do you consider 'wandering' as a sanyasi (ascetic monk)to be? Is that the time that you lived walking and traveling alone at their in the wilderness or holy cities without any ties at all and living only off the generous alms or donations of others? Or, does your wandering also include staying at a Math/Mutt (religious order) in some dormitory? "raaaaabhara?" Our gruntanese translator says that means "Why are you asking?" Oh, Sri Nithyananda, we're asking these questions because we want to know how much time you actually stayed in the Ramakrishna Mission during your wandering years.

In your books and website, it is really not very clear that you spent any time at all at the Ramakrishna Mission in Madras (Chenai) in Tamil Nadu, India.  For instance, on your website about the 'founder', Sri Nithyananda, there is no mention of ever being in the Ramakrishna Mission in Madras (Chenai).  It says that you started your sanyasi (renounced monk) wandering immediate from the get-go.  Let's take a look, on your website, www.dhyanapeetam.org, on this URL:

http://srianandeshwaratemple.dhyanapeetam.org/founder.html

(also available with an attractive wrapper at this URL:

http://srianandeshwaratemple.dhyanapeetam.org/

and then, click on 'founder' link to get the whole nested iframe experience)
we have this information:

During his teenage years, after a profound cognitive shift in his understanding through an encounter with a Siddha in Thiruvannamalai, the urge which he had since childhood, to leave home as a sannyasi (renounced monk), reached its peak. After completing his diploma in Mechanical Engineering at Gudiyattam, Nithyananda made the final resolve to set out on his spiritual journey as a wandering ascetic. He embarked on what was to be an arduous journey, stretching thousands of miles covered mostly by foot, over a period of 6 years, traversing the land of Bharat. From Tapovan in the Himalayas to Kanyakumari in the South, from Dwaraka in the West to Ganga Sagar in the East, Nithyananda wandered for several years in India and in Nepal, practicing intense austerities and studying with many sadhus.
Wow, Sri Nithyananda, that certainly is a brave new adventure.  We can see where your mother would be worried about her son being alone and wandering all those years without knowing where your next meal would come from.  Yes, we see that this information is consistent with your book, "His Name is Nithyananda" First Edition, November 2007 on pages 18 through 21.

Then again, in "Nithyananda Vol. 1" First Edition, December 2006 (remember this is the revised second first edition of the recalled "Glimpses of My Master Nithyananda", which was the original first first edition.) Anyway, on page 178 of the second first edition you wrote:
"Nithyananda told his parents that he wanted to leave in a week's time. Back then, he was clear that he would not come back to the South (South India in Tamil Nadu where Nithyananda originated) at all. His heart was set on spending his time in the Himalayan mountains."
and again, on page 177 of the same book, Sri Nithyananda, you wrote:
"They (Sri Nithyananda's parents) knew from the time of his birth when the family astrologer had predicted that he (Sri Nithyananda) would be a raja sanyasi (king of renunciants), that he would leave home sooner or later.  Their hope was that it would be later. They were concerned about how he would take care of himself, and where he would find shelter and where he would find food, since Nithyananda had rarely ventured out of Triuvannamalai."
and again on page 178 of the same book, it is written:
"Both parents did not know when they would see their son again or whether they would see him alive again at all."
and again on page 181:
"...she (Nithyananda's mother) was only worried about who would feed her son as he wandered in the wilderness."
And, here again, in your first big coffee table book, book, "The Formless in Form" first edition 2003 on pages 33:
"Two pieces of cloth to cover his body and a kamandalam (pitcher for water) were all that he possessed in the world.  Resolved not to touch money, not knowing where his next meal was to come from - if at all it was to come! - he lived a life of utter insecurity.
Wow, Sri Nithyananda, you were really prepared to rough it.  A very sincere and hardcore seeker, indeed. But, Sri Nithyananda, you never gave it a mention about being in the Ramakrishna Mission in Madras (Chennai).  You made it look you were just staying overnight in Madras (Chennai) at an uncle's house.  Here it is in your book we just referenced on pages 182-183:
"An uncle from Chennai (known as Madras earlier), his mother's brother, suggested that Nithyananda stay with him in Chennai for a while before he decided to leave, Nithyananda thought that was a good idea.  Intuitively, Nithyananda felt that this would help.  He wanted to go north to the Himalaya.  He knew that he had to start from Chennai by train to reach the Himalaya.  It was also a blessing, since he had already decided that he would not touch any money once he started his wandering.  In a train in India it is still possible to travel without a ticket whereas in a bus it is impossible, and to reach Chennai he had to travel by bus, for which he would have no money.  Things were indeed falling into place!"
OK, Sri Nithyananda, we get it.  According to this revised second first edition of your biography, you went to Chennai (Madras) and straight off, you headed to the Himalayas to do your nine, oops, we mean now six years of wandering.

But what are these pictures, Sri Nithyananda, in your book, "The Formless in Form" first edition 2003 on pages 35 and 36, there's these nice pictures of you in what looks like the Ramakrishna Mission in Madras (also known as Chennai) in Tamil Nadu, India. Shall we take a look?

picture source: Guruphiliac Forum

picture source: Guruphiliac Forum

picture source: Guruphiliac Forum

picture source: Guruphiliac Forum

Sri Nithyananda, we noticed that you were always in white and not in the saffron kavi (renunciant) cloth. Were you just a junior at this institution? Why Sri Nithyananda, with all of your experience at the graveyards in Tiruvannamalai and that 360 vision, etc., you should have been teaching them. Why there are no captions under these pictures in your book.  The only thing that even hints that you were at a Ramakrishna Math or Mission was the header on page 35:
"Swami in his 'student' days"
That's it.  Oh, yes, you mentioned that you received Sri Ramakrisha and Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi's divine darshan (Divine blessings) on page 34 of the same book, but that's it.  You, Sri Nithyananda, didn't mention where this divine darsha of Sri Ramakrishan and Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi occurred.  It was nicely glossed over.  On nicely glossed pages of your picture book.  Oh, how mysterious, Sri Nithyananda.  You are a man of mystery.

Let's take a look at the book that you recalled, "Glimpses of My Master Nithyananda", which was the original first first edition, first edition, December 2005, which you promptly recalled and later revised.  Here on pages 165-166:
"Chennai and Beyond
In Chennai (Madras), Nithyananda stayed with his uncle for a few days.  Each day he would go to his uncle's factory with a person who acted as a guide and security guard, so that he would not run away.  After a few days, Nithyananda suggested to this man that they should go (to) the Kapaliswarar (Siva) temple in Mylapore and the man readily agreed.  In the temple, Nithyananda gave the man the slip and melted away in the crowd. His real journey had started.

Nithyananda went straight to a spiritual institution nearby where they allowed him to stay for a few days, telling him that if he wished to stay longer, he would need to become an inmate of the institution, which the boy had no desire to do.  He did not wish to be part of an organization without a living master present.  When the masters are alive, then the organization around them breathes, lives, and flourishes as if it is a living organism.  Once the masters are no more the organism too dies and the dead matter becomes an organization that then flourishes in the hierarchy and bureaucracy.  Wise beyond his years, Nithyananda wanted no part of any such dead institution."
In the next couple of paragraphs, you, Sri Nithyananda, tell us about how someone spotted you at what you consider (but no one else considers) to be a 'dead' spiritual institution, and your parents went looking for you there.  You escaped this situation because that 'dead' (in your opinion) spiritual institution gave you a kavi (saffron rununciant) cloth.  Then, you, Sri Nithyananda, dressed yourself up in a three-piece kavi robe, carried a long walking stick, and a kamandalu (water pot) and off to the central railway station you went to head up to the Himalayas.

So, we are confused, Sri Nithyananda.  There's these pictures of you at some monastery that sure looks like the Ramakrishna Mission in Madras (Chennai), but you made no mention of it in your books, except for a few days at this 'dead' (in your opinion) spiritual institution in Madras (Chennai) that was rife (in your words) with hierarchy and bureaucracy.  If that was the Ramakrishna Math in Madras (Chennai), your words, Sri Nithyananda, doesn't sound very respectful to an organization that gave us a true Paramahamsa and several enlightened beings, non less, Swami Vivekananda and Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi. And you said that you received Paramahamsa Ramakrishna and Holy Mother Sarada Devi's darshan (Divine blessings)?  So, Sri Nithyananda, that 'dead' spiritual institution couldn't have been the Ramakrishna Mission in Chennai (Madras).  And, if that 'dead' institution gave you a saffron kavi (renunciant) cloth, that means that 'dead' intuition initiated you, Sri Nithyananda, into its Order.  It is our understanding, Sri Nithyananda, that this is not a light matter.  The Ramakrishna Mission usually waits up to ten years just to make sure that the aspiring monk they initiate into sanyasi (renunciate monk) initiation is a person of character.  They don't give this saffron kavi cloth out just so someone can escape from their parents.

But what is this here, Sri Nithyananda? In your pamphlet that you wrote sometime in 2003? It's called "Yet to be Discovered" What irony, Sri Nithyananda, we discovered your history called "Yet to be Discovered" on your website. We have to thank your web team for preserving such early digital treasures so we can see through an archeological perspective of how your 'divine' life story evolved. You, Sri Nithyananda, can refresh your memory by going to this URL:
http://www.dhyanapeetam.org/web/pdf/Yet%20to%20be%20discovered.pdf
(Don't worry, there, Sri Nithyananda.  We have a clean copy of "Yet to be Discovered' already to post on another website, so you don't need to remove this file.)
Sri Nithyananda, do you see in the middle of page 47 where it says:
"At the age of seventeen when he made this enormous decision to leave home & go out into the world, his mother wept inconsolably. His parent’s grief never resulted in refusal. According to the rules of the Ramakrishna Mutt at Chennai, both parent & child had to give in writing, that this boy would no more go back home, & that he had renounced all ties with the family. He studied the scriptures here at this Mutt."
That is interesting, Sri Nithyananda. Since it stated that 'at seventeen', that it was the Ramakrishna Mission (Math or Mutt) in Chennai (Madras) that you went to in the year of 1995. And, the fact that both parents and the child (we guess that the child means you, Sri Nithyananda) had to give your written word on the matter. Is this what your father did when he visited you at that 'dead' institution? But, you, Sri Nithyananda, clearly mentioned both parents. So, did your mother come there too, right before you escaped dressed as a sanyasi (renunciant monk)? Oh, Sri Nithyananda, this gets very confusing. Lucky thing that your mother lives with you in your kingdom, we mean ashram in Bidadi. Is she enjoying all of the fruits of your hard-earned fame and 'success'? Perhaps all of the ashramites, followers, and guests should ask her directly about your initial detour to the Ramakrishna Mission in Madras (Chennai) to get the clear picture. After all, Sri Nithyananda, you of all people, wouldn't want your very own mother to get bad karma for embellishing the Truth or telling lies just to protect her son's fame and wealth? That does not seem like something that a genuine self-declared Paramahamsa should do to his very own mother. So, Sri Nithyananda, let all the ashramites, followers, and guests ask her in private, and just let her answer honestly and without fear that you, Sri Nithyananda, will become upset or might even threaten to kick her out of your kingdom, we mean ashram. That would be the best policy, don't you think?

So, Sri Nithyananda, now that we discovered that you did start your wandering journey first at what you consdier to be a 'dead' institution, (oh, we prefer to say the Ramakrishna Mission in Chennai [Madras]), exactly how long did you stay there?... you know, before you started your real wandering journey, you know the stuff that legends are made out of... like receiving the darshan (divine blessings) of Mahavtar Babaji, encountering that old bear in the virgin forest of Omkareshwar, having that out-of-body-death meditation at Manikarnika Ghat in Benaras (Varanasi), healing your own broken back after breaking it on an army truck ride in Tapovan, hiding from a man-eating tiger while in an ashram, vibrating under a big meditation bell at a Buddhist monastery, witnessing bees swarming into a honeycomb that stretched from one mountain to another, a distance of almost 200 feet, walking across a raging river with your eyes closed while miraculously always having your feet on the bottom, and 'realized yourself' (became enlightened) in the forests of Omkareshwar, as Sankara did more than 1000 years earlier, on the banks of the river Narmada. Wow, that was a lot of adventures. And how many miles did you cover in this journey, Sri Nithyananda? Well, we do want to ask, because it is not clear. In that pdf brochure "Yet to be Discovered" it says on page 48:
"He (Nithyananda) has traveled the length & breadth of India, covering a distance of nearly 30,000 kilometers of which 2,000 kilometers was covered on foot."
Wow, 30,000 kilometers is 18,641 total miles and 1,243 miles by foot. That's a lot especially when you, Sri Nithyananda, consider those miles by foot were in the dense virgin jungle or on some very steep trail in the Himalayas. And we're sure that there were some days that there was snow, heavy rain, and even national holidays that made travel impossible. But, Sri Nithyananda, we're not certain if this is the correct number or not. You see, in your book, "Nithyananda Vo1. 1", second first edition, December 2006, in the middle of page 54, we can see that the same amount of kilometers, 30,000 is given. Fair enough. But, 143 pages later, to be exact page 197 or page one of the Appendix of your biography, third paragraph, you, Sri Nithyananda, wrote:
"His spiritual quest started seamlessly as a child. At the age of 12, he had his first deep spiritual experience. At 17, he left home on a journey of self-realization and wandered the length and breadth of India and Nepal. He studied Yoga, Tantra and other Eastern metaphysical Sciences and had many profound spiritual experiences. Of the 70,000 miles that he covered visiting great shrines and practicing intense meditation, many thousands of miles he covered by foot."
Sri Nithyananda, is this a misprint? In just 143 pages, you covered an additional 51,359 miles! (70,000 miles minus 18,641 [30,000 kilometers] = 51,359 miles.) That miracle must have taken a lot of energy! Your vague about the additional miles covered by foot, but rest assured that "many thousands of miles" is greater than just 1,243 miles. Maybe this difference was a 'divine' editor miracle that your sleep-deprived indentured laborers missed? But, wait, what's this? Two years later, in your book "His Name is Nithyananda" first edition, November 2007 on page 19:
"Covering over 70,000 miles, many thousands of miles, he covered by foot."
Wow, so that wasn't a misprint after all. You, a Truth-telling, genuine self-declared Paramahamsa actually went the additional revised distance. OK, Sri Nithyananda, we'll agree that you covered 70,000 miles during your journey of nine (9), oooops, we mean six (6) years, but most likely just four and a half (4.5) years. Minus that brief stint at the Ramakrishna Mission in Chennai (Madras), of course.

Wow, Sri Nithyananda, you really packed the miles and the stories in a very condensed time. So, how much time did you spend in the Ramakrishna Mission (which you, and you alone, consider to be a 'dead' institution)? It couldn't have been very long, in order to get all of these stories and miles in, correct?

Well, some of those very nice and sincere people who have given their whole lives to spread and preserve the teachings of Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, the Vedanta Society, and the Truth wrote about you, Sri Nithyananda, and how long you were at the Ramakrishna Mission. Let's take a look:
Ramakrishna Witness no. 1:
"Swami Nithyananda was in our Organization as a novice, probably during 1996-2000."

Ramakrishna Witness no. 2:
"Fact:
He had joined the Ramakrishna Order at the Madras centre and then spent 3 yrs there, went to their headquarters and was thrown out after a year there (?? can't say for sure, some-time in 2000)."

Ramakrishna Witness no. 3:
"Before becoming the Paramahamsa Nithyananda he was a Brahmachari of Ramakrishna Order of India. He left the Order after 4 years of his joining."

Ramakrishna Witness no. 4:
"Before becoming the Paramahamsa Nithyananda he was a Brahmachari of Ramakrishna Order of India. He left the Order after 4 years of his joining."

Ramakrishna Witness no. 5:
"...he became a novice at the Ramakrishna Mission's monastery in Chennai (formerly Madras) in southern India. He stayed there for 4 years, and then after a few months at the monastic training center in Belur Math near Calcutta, he left the Order and started living independently."

Ramakrishna Witness no. 6:
"Paramahamsa Nithyananda joined as a novice (brahmachari) in our Organisation/Order. But he left the Order after 5 years."

Ramakrishna Witness no. 7:
"He (Nithyananda) was a young monk of our order for several years before he left to start his own group."

Ramakrishna Witness no. 8:
"Nithyananda probably joined the monastery in Madras (Chennai) in 1994 or 1995... He attended the monastic training college in Belur Math in 1999 (or 2000), and left the Order from there within a few months."
Wow, Sri Nithyananda. All those testimonials look pretty convincing to us. If in the 'best case scenario' (that is best case, for you, Sri Nithyananda), you left the Ramakrishna Mission on January 2, 1999, that allowed for you to travel "the breadth of India" in 364 days. No wonder you, Sri Nithyananda, call yourself the 'jet set swami'. Let's see. You said that you traveled 70,000 miles and several thousand of those miles were on foot.  If you remember, Sri Nithyananda, on your current website, you say that, "He (Nithyananda) embarked on what was to be an arduous journey, stretching thousands of miles covered mostly by foot..." So, we could set the distance on foot to 60,000 miles, which even applied to the revised six (6) years of wandering (down from nine [9] years of wandering) would be impossible. So, Sri Nithyananda, we'll give you a break. Let's set the distance for 'on foot' at a low number of just 3,000 miles. That's about the averaged distance between the West Coast and the East Coast of the continental United States. If we divide 364 days into these numbers, you averaged about 192 miles of travel per day of which 8.25 miles were from walking, but we really think that you must have put on some jogging shorts on and ran that distance. Still it is nothing short of a miracle!
Of course, after all of that traveling, you, Sri Nithyananda, then had to have time to have all of those experiences such as encountering Mahavtar Babaji, bumping into an old bear while camping out in the forest, having that out-of-body-death experience at a cremation center in Benaras (Varanasi), meditating under a big bell at a Buddhist monastery, hiding from a man-eating tiger in the Himalayas, breaking your back and then healing it with your own hands after back-breaking ride in the back of an army truck from Tapovan, seeing bees make a formation of a giant honeycomb that stretched across the mountains, a distance of almost 200 feet (which makes the mountains unbelievably close, but these are your words), walking across the roaring rapids of a deep river with your eyes shut while miraculously not falling, and becoming 'enlightened' at the banks of the Narmada River in Omkareshwar. Just amazing, Sri Nithyananda. Now, we all can believe that you really are divinity to be able to do all of these things in one year or less.

But, wait, Sri Nithyananda. Several of the witnesses from the Ramakrishna Mission said that you did not leave the Ramakrishna Mission until sometime in the year of 2000. That would mean, Sri Nithyananda, that on your 'enlightened' day of January 1, 2000, you actually were still in some dormitory being a 'junior' at the Ramakrishna Mission in either Madras (Chennai) or the Belur Math / Mutt. Does this mean that any of these wandering stories, including your 'enlightenment' actually happened? Does this mean all these stories that you tell to everyone to make sure that they come and pay your very expensive programs are still true? Does this mean that all of those volunteers, ashramites, Ananda Sevaks (fulltime indentured laborers), and Ananda Samajis (big donors) have been cheated? Does this still make you a 'Paramahamsa'? Paramahamsa, ah, if we may still call you a, ah, Paramahamsa, Paramahamsa Nithyananda, are you, Sri Nithyananda, still legitimate? Say it ain't so, Sri Nithyananda! Does this mean that we will not be able to get easy and pain-free 'enlightenment' from you and all of those pricey multi-level marketing (MLM) programs you offer! Our world is coming to an end!

Sri Nithyananda, we don't know who to believe. All of the senior people from the Ramakrishna Mission and probably most of the junior people at the Ramakrishna Mission are very honest. Sri Nithyananda, you were a junior at the Ramakrishna Mission, correct? So, you should know. After all, there's been few as pure and inspiring as Paramahamsa Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, and Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi. They and their disciples live and breathe the Truth. And, you, Sri Nithyananda, you're a self-proclaimed 'Paramahamsa' that sometimes revises and embellishes your Truths, but the very fact that you identify as being a 'Paramahamsa' should count for something. And, you have all of those very enthusiastic followers, over 500 books published under your name, and almost 600 YouTube videos under the Life Bliss Foundation; why that makes you, Sri Nithyananda, also Truthful, correct?

Sri Nithyananda, what kind of strategy are you going to take to stop this idea that your wondering and 'enlightenment' stories are just that, stories? Wait, Sri Nithyananda, if you discredit all of these very earnest and sincere people from the Ramakrishna Mission and make a case that they are lying and therefore are liars, then you, Sri Nithyananda, might be able to keep your wandering stories, your 'enlightenment', your enthusiastic followers, your big donors, your indentured laborers, and all those cute room service ladies. Will you, Sri Nithyananda, say that these witnesses from the Ramakrishna Mission are jealous of you, because you are a living 'enlightened' master, and all these people at the Ramakrishna Mission have are just dead 'enlightened' masters? Well, those worldly people who identify with you as a physical being and have your picture on the malas (rosaries) that they have around their necks just might believe this. Will you, Sri Nithyananda, attack the Ramakrishna Mission and say that it is a 'dead' institution that is filled with hierarchy and bureaucracy just as you wrote in your book, "Glimpses of My Master Nithyananda", original first first edition, first edition, December 2005, on pages 165-166? Yes, Sri Nithyananda, this strategy is consistent to your previous badmouthing of the Ramakrishna Mission and other spiritual institutions that you lashed out in front of your ashramites while you were 'establishing' your supremacy. Yes, this would be a consistent path. To help you, Sri Nithyananda, remember all of those 'truthful' revelations that you said about the Ramakrishna Mission and other living masters, we'll dedicate a blog post just on that. Maybe, we'll make it a series, so it will be easy to email to the specific right people. Does that sound like a good idea there, Sri Nithyananda? Sri Nithyananda? Are you awake? Oh, drats. Sri Nithyananda, you went into samadhi again.

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