- In 1971 you said:
"People who love pride go to that imperfection from where
they never return. But the guy who is determined to shed his
forehead on the Lotus Feet goes to that perfection from where
he never returns."
Did you know this for a fact and do you still believe in such
- Do you accept that many people who were taught that you were
a Divine Authority, were deeply intimidated by your words and
that their response to you as devotees or 'premies' was mixed
with a real fear?
- Given the examples of your fear-mongering satsangs published
on the Internet, can you say that you've ever done anything to
substantially allay people's fears of you?
- You must be aware of the fear that has always been mixed
with people's respect for you. As a young man, finding yourself
in such a position of power over others, did you ever give into
the temptation to play on the fear that your followers had of
you? To use it to control them?
- You said:
"What you say in your fuzzy feeling - you know what I
mean fuzzy feeling? When you're feeling nice and oooh sooo inspired,
it can be deadly dangerous. What you say cannot have any tolerance
What right do you have to try and scare people off from expressing
their feelings in whatever way they choose?
- To what extent is it acceptable that a Master chastise and
tease his pupils (for whatever motive) if the end effect is that
they suffer intimidation as a result?