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June 30, 2020

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One death is too many. But I’d rather live through COVID-19 than the Spanish flu. Science and Medicine are light years ahead of where they were 100 years ago. So, despite how bleak it may seem, we’re improving in some ways.

I asked someone about GSD having cancer and they said it isn’t as serious this time.

Science and Medicine are improving...

If they could get humans to stop using animals for food and polluting the earth we’d be golden.

@Sonia
I tthink youtube_search
666, 5th Avenue NY
is more clear

there is also MS's patent 060606 on nano RFID chips

although this voodoo_magic alister crowly related has some strength
it's ALL from the low low so low astral/etherical bull shit emanations

Seth Shiv Dayal cq Gurinder's Stuff is so endlessly higher and more powerful
One can only know by seeing This - seeing= experimenting and being flabbergasted

777

Sonia what’s the source of your Medical information on the master? Are you certain you are speaking accurately?

GSD's youngest son Gurkirat just had a baby girl in the UK.
It's probable he went there to see her, since Shabnam Dhillon isn't around anymore.

In search of/Amar
Your back with your comments. Good to see you mate. How have you been? Haven’t seen you in a while. Looks like you went back to “in search of”? How’s the searching?

Hi Other Jen. I haven't gone anywhere. I've been reading Brian's blog and the comments religiously, pun intended. I've been reading the books Brian comments about and trying to create a quietness and calmness in my life. Lifelong struggle but worth the effort and journey.

Hope everyone is enjoying a safe summer!

In search of
Nice. Stillness and calmness is a great goal to have. Hope all is well on your end.
Thanks for the information you shared about the Master and the birth of his granddaughter. Just confirm your information before you share something that’s untrue and also just think about all the information you shared about him over the past few years, what if it’s accuracy is the same as this one? Perhaps it’s worth giving it some thought. That’s a lot of assumptions made based on a false narrative. 🤔
Stay safe and healthy.

Other Jen, we won't know what the real story is until it's gone through the courts. Even then we probably won't have all of it. We can take things and twist them anyway one wants to fit the narrative we seek to justify, that goes for both sides.
In my journey over the last 2 years, I've had to reconcile my own faith, beliefs and attachments to RSSB teachings and try to inject some semblance of critical thought into it.
For someone like me born into it and basically indoctrinated into it, it's a slippery, muddy hill to climb. Someone who hasn't had to do that won't understand.
We all regret things we said and did in the past, as long as we learn from them and make adjustments for the better, that's all we can try and do.

Other Jen,

Dera residents said he went to U.K. for treatment. But I’m an empath so I happen to know he will be fine. I “know things”. :)

Amar I understand you more than anyone else as just like you I too was born into a satsangi family. I was initiated (by my own choice) at an early age and have lived most of my life following the path.i Too have injected much critical thought into what I grew up knowing and believing. Started Reading up on this website from Brian, David lane, Faqir chand and other lines of RS teachings. Plus other critical thinkers like Sam Harris, Dawkins, Dillahunty among a few. So I am very aware of your journey as I travelled the same way.
Point is just think about your source of information... as the latest “fact” you so confidently presented is far from true. If that be the case perhaps all the other accusations you have been throwing around for the last 2 years have the same accuracy.
Take care

I may seem really harsh at times but I’m pretty tuned into other people’s feelings—emotional and physical. So I happen to know that health-wise he’ll be fine. And yes, he has a new granddaughter in the U.K. A friend even sent me a pic (I have a whole network of spies 😂).

He’s been sick for a long time but didn’t realize it. But it’s not serious anymore.

@777

Did you know 140,000 divided by 666 is 210.210210?

That represents Gevurah "the essence of judgment (DIN) and limitation", and corresponds to awe and the element of fire.

If you’re familiar with the New Testament book of Revelations, that’s kind of funny.

Revelations should have been omitted from the Bible without question.

Sorry, I’m foggy right now. It’s 144,000 divided by 666 = 216.216216

216 is the number related to Gevurah.

Same intent. Just typed the numbers wrong.

And it’s really ironic for all those who believe “144,000” are chosen.

Other Jen,

He is in the U.K. which “fact” of In Search of it’s are you questioning?

Maybe he went there solely for treatments but I’m sure he’s enjoying seeing the first baby girl in his family, Shakruna.

All children are beautiful.

If babies weren’t so adorable who would bother with them. Lol. They’re a lot of work! That was part of God’s design—making babies crazy adorable.

Sonia you too need to examine your spies. Ha I find it amusing that so much is presented as a fact very confidently from many commenters here which are far from being factual. 🤷🏼‍♀️ That’s all I will say on this matter.

My brother had open heart surgery last Friday (8 days ago). It was very serious. He’s 8 years younger than me and his heart capacity was at 55% by the time he had his surgery (it was a HIGE concern of mine) but he’s home now and doing really well. Oddly he was given a new valve—cutting edge—that I saw in a magazine article at the Dera in 2016 from a Singapore magazine. I wanted to steal the magazine and take it home but didn’t have the opportunity to. Lol. Anyway, he got the latest, most advanced treatment with a world renowned heart surgeon. He was/is very lucky even though the recovery process is still very painful.

I mentioned yesterday, that we have advanced light years over the past century in medicine and science.

People shouldn’t get too depressed with regards to this current epidemic. In theory it really and truly should have been much, much worse. But we, as a global society, have stepped to the plate. Not perfectly, but certainly far better than our ancestors fared 100 years ago. It’s phenomenal. It really is. So, when you feel things are bleak, just remember that they’re not. We’re doing great considering...

I truly believe there’s more “light” in the world now. You can translate that as intellectual or spiritual or both. But overall, we are much better off than any previous generation faced with such a challenge.

I hope that helps some of you to sleep better at night.

OK, Jen... maybe he doesn’t know. That’s OK. There’s so much that all of us are unaware of.

I know what I know. It doesn’t matter what other people think. “The lord works in mysterious ways.”

Even for Mystics much remains a mystery.

Anyway, I could say a lot more but that’s all I will say on this matter too.

Gosh, you’re welcome.

Can’t you tell in his Q&As that he hasn’t been feeling 100%?? He’s been extremely tired.

Thank God Georgy isn’t here to send me over the edge anymore. Where do they find people like him??? Of course, he might still be commenting on I Hate Church of the Churchless but I don’t dare venture there.

It’s people like that (most likely posting on behalf of RSSB) that do their level best to make you think the guru is a complete lunatic. They’re not helping the cause that they’re trying to defend AT ALL.

Anyone who claims to NOT be an initiate and sings the praises of RSSB and GSD on THIS site is bonkers or a plant. The latter is most likely true.

Seriously, do you think that approach is actually convincing???

With “20+ million” followers and one thousand plus REL subsidiaries how can anyone possibly know what the truth is? Could they possibly make things anymore complicated??? (That’s rhetorical. The answer is obviously no, they couldn’t complicate things more if they tried.)

Good luck. I can’t wait for the docu series to come out on this... I’m sure it will get 100% on the tomato 🍅 meter.

Hi Sonia my writing style is masculine? Not sure what that means. mP is ok many things are closed because of the pandemic but the weather is perfect. I have no idea about Petaluma.
Interesting how you predict how many years anyone has left on this earth. Im turning 44 this month. I could only have today left. And by the way, I have no stress so who knows about these things.🤷🏼‍♀️

My Dad’s turning 77 next Sunday. He’ll live forever... funny 66,44,77 (Are you a Leo too?).

I’m not predicting anyone’s death. That was a joke. Personally, I don’t believe the day of one’s death is predestined.

It seems all my relatives have lived waaaaaay past their expiry date. 77 is young in my family. Lol

I will say I’m a bit jealous of the weather you’re having. I could literally live in a tent if I was given the opportunity. Or the majority of my time on a screened in porch. There’s nothing quite like fresh air and nature. Big houses and buildings are way overrated. Every truly beautiful home is more of a garden than a roof and walls and ventilation. It doesn’t cost much either. (Just don’t need the bugs.)


"So please, feel free to continue believing in dinosaurs. I like to picture them as pink and fluffy with squeaky voices, you?"

manjit,

Indeed, the element of surprise! Who'd expect creatures so girlish imposing a reign of terror 80 million years long?

Are we truly in Kali Yuga? Sri Yukteswar figured we're already three centuries into Dwapara Yuga, having exited Kali Yuga in 1699. Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev too, but he places us 2,522 years into Dwapara Yuga with Treta Yuga only 70 years away.

I lean toward Sri Yukteswar in that the year 1699 corresponds broadly with the Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution, utterly transforming life on Earth. Newton published Principia Mathematica in 1686.

On the other hand, Sadhguru might be right, because it's not hard to imagine the need for big advances in only 70 years.

I highly doubt you question things any more than me, especially with the beliefs you have (many of which I find completely wierd and just plain NS to be honest). My more rational background makes me skeptical about virtually everything (which undoubtedly hamstrings me spiritually).

Buy hey believe what you must. If it makes you feel better about yourself, I won’t interfere. I get the feeling you’re more about telling yourself warm fuzzy stories and believing, rather than wanting the truth warts and all. Big difference. No kissy kissy kum ba yah group hugs for me. If it helps you, good, but I don’t think it does. Just my opinion.

Posted by: Georgy Porgy | July 01, 2020 at 11:14 PM

I’m not afraid to question. I’m not afraid to admit when I’m wrong either. And I’m not afraid of what other people think—if I flip flop it’s because I question and then question my questioning. It’s a process. We all process differently.

For the record (based on one of your unpublished comments) I don’t have a bf. I’ve been married for 20 years. And if you asked my husband he’d tell you it’s only love that keeps us together. If he didn’t completely love me he would have left a long time ago. You can look at that however you want. I’m not All Bad. People who are “All Bad” aren’t lovable. Not lovable enough to stick with for 20 years anyway...

And I never blamed my dad. I don’t go to AA (yes I did briefly a while ago) and I’m anything but suicidal. I’m pretty happy actually. You don’t seem very happy. And most importantly, you don’t know me from Adam.

Just wanted to get that off my chest.

Posted by: Georgy Porgy | July 01, 2020 at 11:14 PM

I’m not afraid to question. I’m not afraid to admit when I’m wrong either. And I’m not afraid of what other people think—if I flip flop it’s because I question and then question my questioning. It’s a process. We all process differently.

For the record (based on one of your unpublished comments) I don’t have a bf. I’ve been married for 20 years. And if you asked my husband he’d tell you it’s only love that keeps us together. If he didn’t completely love me he would have left a long time ago. You can look at that however you want. I’m not All Bad. People who are “All Bad” aren’t lovable. Not lovable enough to stick with for 20 years anyway...

And I never blamed my dad. I don’t go to AA (yes I did briefly a while ago) and I’m anything but suicidal. I’m pretty happy actually. You don’t seem very happy. And most importantly, you don’t know me from Adam.

Just wanted to get that off my chest.

Posted by: Sonia | August 02, 2020 at 09:36 PM

And believe me, I know what it’s like to stick with someone for the sole reason that you love them. You start questioning your own sanity for staying in a relationship when everything points to “its time to go”. Love is stupid sometimes. It’s not always blind, sometimes it’s just really stupid. You stick around for no sane rational reason.

Yeah, that’s a lot of fun... talk about karma.

Posted by: Georgy Porgy | July 01, 2020 at 11:14 PM

I don’t think you’ve ever truly loved anyone in your entire life.

I’m also glad you can’t respond.

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