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Date Posted: 08:35
Author: Anonymous - 24 Oct 2001
Subject: Re: Believe the Master
In reply to: Anonymous - 24 Oct 2001 's message, "Re: Believe the Master" on 08:34

I would have to disagree with you.

Even the Catholic Church is not so arrogant as to request that ALL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND ORGANIZATIONS be centralized out of Rome. I think that another post here hit it right on the head- that was a note from Master to a specific disciple in Mexico, with advice on how the SRF WORK should be organized. An inter-office memo, if you will.

I find it unbelievable that you would ascribe such narrow minded motive to an omnipresent Master. Again, even the Catholic Church is not so narrow and sectarian to demand that ALL MEETINGS of Christian groups should 'strictly be around the Catholic Church'.

I'm afraid that you make our Master look stupid by interpreting his remarks that way. I sincerely hope this issue shows up in court some day, before a judge and jury. Let's see what objective, even-minded people would think about your narrow interpretation of our omnipresent Guru.

By the way, SRF does not have a copyright on Kriya Yoga. If I want to practice Kriya, just as my Guru Yogananda taught it, I don't need their permission. Even if I gather with a few friends in a 'group meeting' to practice it, I still don't need SRF's permission or oversight.

Thank God and Guru we live in a country founded on the principles of religious freedom and civil liberties.

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