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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

it is when such people use Guru Nanak Dev ji's words to make themselves seem spiritual I know they feel spiritually lacking  for their job , Osho , Ashutosh, Ram Rahim, Sadhguru

So true 

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Well he's produced a lot of content with knowledge in it. I agree. Is it his? Does he understand it? Can he demonstrate it? I saw a ready to pee himself Jagi on tv.  Lavar Burton did a lot of rea

I don’t believe he is fully enlightened and I don’t agree with absolutely everything he says but I do believe he has quite a lot of knowledge therefore I respect him.

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2 hours ago, AkalkiFauj said:

I don’t believe he is fully enlightened and I don’t agree with absolutely everything he says but I do believe he has quite a lot of knowledge therefore I respect him.

Well he's produced a lot of content with knowledge in it. I agree. Is it his? Does he understand it? Can he demonstrate it? I saw a ready to pee himself Jagi on tv. 

Lavar Burton did a lot of reading rainbows doesn't make him an author, he's just repeating what was written. 

If you peel back the paid political agenda, the horribly innappropriate and innaccurate name, there is a somewhat nice actor underneath. I think he believed his character was needed in the world, but I think he's realized how deep he is in bed with those that funded him and I think he realizes who they are now. And he's terrified. 

 

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2 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Well he's produced a lot of content with knowledge in it. I agree. Is it his? Does he understand it? Can he demonstrate it? I saw a ready to pee himself Jagi on tv. 

Lavar Burton did a lot of reading rainbows doesn't make him an author, he's just repeating what was written. 

If you peel back the paid political agenda, the horribly innappropriate and innaccurate name, there is a somewhat nice actor underneath. I think he believed his character was needed in the world, but I think he's realized how deep he is in bed with those that funded him and I think he realizes who they are now. And he's terrified. 

 

You may have a point. He went through a near death experience just after his wife left her body in which he says he aged 25 years. He alluded to dark entities being responsible so he may have been compromised as a result. 

There are videos of him in this state of him looking extremely ill so he is not lying about that. 

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I actually like the guy under the costume and some of his content. I feel sorry for him to some degree and I think he should become a Sikh.  That would make a big difference for him and his followers, and he should be candid with the world about whats going on behind the scenes in india. 

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3 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Well he's produced a lot of content with knowledge in it. I agree. Is it his? Does he understand it? Can he demonstrate it? I saw a ready to pee himself Jagi on tv. 

Lavar Burton did a lot of reading rainbows doesn't make him an author, he's just repeating what was written. 

If you peel back the paid political agenda, the horribly innappropriate and innaccurate name, there is a somewhat nice actor underneath. I think he believed his character was needed in the world, but I think he's realized how deep he is in bed with those that funded him and I think he realizes who they are now. And he's terrified. 

 

That's a fair analysis. I enjoyed a great deal of his content in the past until the issue of his wife going into 'samadhi' under suspicious circumstances came to my knowledge. He never really gave a satisfactory response and it brings into question a great deal of the 'storyline'.

He also doesn't respect the continuity of the codified lifestyle of the Khalsa (if you read between the lines).

He does great environmental work, though, and has other great ideas for bettering the lives of Indians. But sadly, and surprisingly, the RSS and BJP exert too much influence on him. They've stunted his reach in many ways.

What clip is it you're alluding to?

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1 hour ago, Jai Tegang! said:

That's a fair analysis. I enjoyed a great deal of his content in the past until the issue of his wife going into 'samadhi' under suspicious circumstances came to my knowledge. He never really gave a satisfactory response and it brings into question a great deal of the 'storyline'.

He also doesn't respect the continuity of the codified lifestyle of the Khalsa (if you read between the lines).

He does great environmental work, though, and has other great ideas for bettering the lives of Indians. But sadly, and surprisingly, the RSS and BJP exert too much influence on him. They've stunted his reach in many ways.

What clip is it you're alluding to?

I'll see if I can find it. He was caught coming out of an Ashram and a journalist, I think Sikh, asked him about the farmer's protest. 

I hadn't heard about his wife. That could be their leash on him. Dark pacts man. 

 

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9 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

I'll see if I can find it. He was caught coming out of an Ashram and a journalist, I think Sikh, asked him about the farmer's protest. 

I hadn't heard about his wife. That could be their leash on him. Dark pacts man. 

 

From my understanding his wife's samadhi was done in public and she had made it clear that was what she wanted.  He tried to dissuade her but couldn't. I have heard that he was having an affair and that she suffered from depression so this might be the reason he is being blamed and persecuted by the dark mafia.

 

 

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Any so-called spiritual figure that throws their weight behind a political regime to the extent that he has should be viewed with skepticism. He's obviously entitled to his views, but you can't market yourself as this great and balanced transcendental figure, and then be a staunch Modi mouthpiece on principle regardless of merit. I can't take that kind of partisanship seriously. I expect it from the uninformed average man but not from someone who's supposedly a viewer of the bigger picture.

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8 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Any so-called spiritual figure that throws their weight behind a political regime to the extent that he has should be viewed with skepticism. He's obviously entitled to his views, but you can't market yourself as this great and balanced transcendental figure, and then be a staunch Modi mouthpiece on principle regardless of merit. I can't take that kind of partisanship seriously. I expect it from the uninformed average man but not from someone who's supposedly a viewer of the bigger picture.

Amen bro. 

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