Only true-spiritual revolutionary movement can save us

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Now in this extreme critical time, only true-spiritual revolutionary movement can save us. Also a true- spiritual high-flow-tide is growing up behind the screen. Just we have to welcome it immediately for our own interest.
Lac of consciousness –ignorance and illness are main cause of most distresses and problems. Science –technology –politics and widely practiced religions are not able to solve it. Only it can be solved by true spiritualism (with true spiritual self-developmental method) ––‘MahaVad’.
‘MahaVad’ –taught by –originated by the MahaAnand, –the great sage of the modern age. To know about ‘MahaVad’ and MahaAnand, you can search through Yahoo and Google.

somatee's picture

HI, I absolutely agree with


I absolutely agree with this. In this modern age we are mostly caught up in the fast life and gets attached to all the material illusions and so called luxuries which we are forced to believe will bring us some level of happiness. In the long run, after utilising all our energies to get these things we then realise it does not bring us the happiness we thought it would. Therefore, it is in our best interest to search for that happiness within.

somatee | Wed, 02/18/2009 - 11:31
Dayamoyee's picture

Maha Thanks!

Now I have come to know that so-called spiritualism is not true spiritualism. In fact ‘MahaVad’ is true spiritualism! To know more please visit =

Dayamoyee | Wed, 02/18/2009 - 13:22
leo's picture

This is a very false spirituality

True spirituality? Oh yes, exactly what the organized religions say, each about itself.

A true spirituality, for start, does not feel the need to claim that it is the true vs. others which are not.

There were and are enough fake religions and enough religious politicians that try to reinvent the wheel of truth, we do not need anymore. Thank you.

Looked at the links and there is nothing in essence and content except of a repetitive claim that... you guessed right: they are the true spirituality... and yes, of course, as always, it happens to be someone who tries to advance himself as some sort of a religious leader.

leo | Wed, 02/18/2009 - 19:28
kalgo's picture

I totally agree

I totally agree

kalgo | Wed, 02/18/2009 - 19:48
Phroggy's picture


Better luck finding a mate through one of the many adds on the site, than true spirituality, though that seems to be the product for sale anyway.

Phroggy | Wed, 02/18/2009 - 20:21
Omkaradatta's picture

True spirituality

... couldn't even be found on a hardcore Advaita site where every participant is enlightened. It's found only within.

Omkaradatta | Wed, 02/18/2009 - 22:34
Dayamoyee's picture

Opposition only for the sake of opposition

‘Opposition only for the sake of opposition’ is not a symptom of soundness of mind.

Dayamoyee | Sun, 02/22/2009 - 15:03
Phroggy's picture


Truth for the sake of truth is.

Phroggy | Sun, 02/22/2009 - 19:55
mayasurfer's picture

a mate?

where can I find a mate on this site?

mayasurfer | Wed, 02/25/2009 - 20:41
Phroggy's picture


Dayamoyee is one of the preachers of this religion. In the link in his post above, you can have an Indian Girl mailed to you if ya want. Hehe.

Phroggy | Thu, 02/26/2009 - 00:21
mayasurfer's picture

no thanks

don't need an indian girl mailed to me...wonder how many members this "true spirituality" religion has, the pope has over one billion, now that must be the "absolute truest spirituality" of all times.

mayasurfer | Thu, 02/26/2009 - 08:25
Phroggy's picture


Maybe he has a better dating service??

Phroggy | Thu, 02/26/2009 - 09:28
Dayamoyee's picture


If you have no idea about true spiritualism, please read this article = ‘True Spiritualism and True Religion’

Dayamoyee | Sun, 02/22/2009 - 15:13
maha's picture

The real fact…..

There are two wings in this new religion. The main part of this modern religious society is for science conscious and spiritual conscious men, who have eagerness for self-knowledge, self-realization and self-development. There is no worshiping of God. Their main practice is ‘Knowledge-Yoga’ ––main theme is ‘Awake up…..get up…..develop your self’, ––the path of blooming consciousness.

The other part is for devotees of MahaAnand and the followers of ‘Devotion-Yoga’. People those who have not eagerness for ‘Knowledge-Yoga’, and want to be happy remaining on the feet of Guru, in the shelter of Guru and/or the God, those who think the Guru is the God or the incarnation of the God, and have placed MahaAnand in their lotus heart with love and devotion, they are partakers of this division.

Though I think, there is a motive in back-ground to convert the ‘Devotion-Yogi’ to ‘Knowledge-Yogi’. I have seen the main activities of this society are to make people science-conscious ––self-conscious and true-spiritual-conscious.

Now here in this site, some devotees made us confused. Once one person has posted a topic on true-spiritualism (that which is copied from other website of MAHA), again another time he/she has posted another topic on devotional propaganda. Actually they have not understood the main tune of this religion. I would like to remind them the slogan. ‘A religion which helps to bloom the mind is considered to be the true religion’.

maha | Tue, 02/24/2009 - 05:53
Omkaradatta's picture

Nothing wrong...

There's nothing wrong with this MahaAnand... I think it's just the constant advertising by devotees that folks are finding annoying. If this religion is worthwhile, let folks come to it by themselves, "attraction rather than promotion". If it doesn't sell itself, maybe it's lacking in somewhere?

Omkaradatta | Tue, 02/24/2009 - 06:44
Phroggy's picture


Folks may be looking for substance rather than 'staged' testimonials in which preachers are sitting in the pews and declare something like 'Thanks for posting that. I tried it and my laundry came out whiter and brighter than ever before'. (Or whatever, fill in the blanks.)

Personally, I look for the meat, and I'm not seeing any, which makes me wonder if there's any more to it than rituals and promotion. Has any clarity occurred? Has anybody Awakened? Stuff like that.

Phroggy | Tue, 02/24/2009 - 07:04
anony17's picture

A few questions

They say, you can assess a person by looking at his children/ dog/ subordinates...

Tell me honestly:

Do you feel less attached to your possessions? You might have renounced some things, but even the toothbrush is one dear, and your place of sleeping, and your opinions, and even your ideas of the 'perfectedness' of your guru...

Do you criticise people and their work/ attitude? What about the soap you bathe with- If you find hair on it, or if you find the toiled not flushed by someone before you?

Do you have opinions of right and wrong- your religion better- others religion inferior...?

Do you have a concept of sacred and pure versus unclean and unholy?

Do you divide things into bad energies and good vibes?

Do you feel 'saved', if so- how come others do not 'feel' the same residing in the same planet- which is after all a tiny speck in the creation- whose lord you claim your guru is...? So your Guru discriminates amongst those who follow the faith and those who do not?

Do you believe you are holier than the others who have not recognised your guru as their saviour?

I am sure others will add to my questions dear...

Get a life...

Forget trying to redeem the whole of humanity.

We are quite fine as we are, thank you...

Love and Blessings,

anony17 | Tue, 02/24/2009 - 08:05
Omkaradatta's picture

Yes, and...

> We are quite fine as we are, thank you...

Yes, and so are the MahaAnand devotees :-p. Is this not just another silly item for ego to complain about? Ego brings the devotees to advertise, and ego brings people to complain about it.

There is after all the possibility of just ignoring all this, eh? ;-). And yes, I've been responding myself, so no need to point that out.

P.S. what is it ego's doing? Ego is saying "Is there anybody out there?" and ego is replying "yes, yes, we're out here". Whether this is all in the positive or negative is really irrelevant.

Nisargadatta: "People are creatures and creators of each other, causing and bearing each other's burdens".

Omkaradatta | Tue, 02/24/2009 - 09:14
Phroggy's picture


Perhaps so, but if there's a basis for questioning everything, and we're always 'given' what we 'need' (exploring our boundaries), then it really doesn't make sense to ignore everything. Maybe to the extent that any of us has turned it into a problem, then we've lost our focus, but I don't think ignoring is the answer. Losing interest, yes, ignoring, no.

Phroggy | Tue, 02/24/2009 - 21:56
mayasurfer's picture

by the rivers of babylon

I sat down....(on the radio just right now).

mayasurfer | Thu, 02/26/2009 - 08:32
saturn's picture

Guru’s feet have become Hell!

Some rude and dirty peoples, those who are not fit for this Holy place, have come and started commenting with barbarous behavior and dirty languages. They are impatient and attacking with ugliness to different opinions and doctrines. Also they are insulting others in their comments. In their comments, they have opened their naked dirty appearances.

saturn | Sat, 02/28/2009 - 10:55
Phroggy's picture


Possibly, not everyone has the same notion of spirituality as you do. I cannot concede that an internet forum is a 'Holy place' just because gurus are talked about, many of whom are not genuine. I also don't believe spirituality is about correct behavior and proper language. I believe it's about Truth, and something I've noticed is that the truth/Truth, on whatever level, is rarely welcome, and so what I see as genuine spirituality can be very messy.
Holy places where everyone behaves as you would like them to, are safe hiding places from God. Open and naked is good.

Phroggy | Sat, 02/28/2009 - 19:54
kalgo's picture

dirtiness rudeness barbarous ugliness

You tend to repeat your generic statement in several posts without being specific so I will again ask you:

I personally couldn't find in the above a behavior to such an extent that you are talking about, there are serious statments, even blunt but ugliness and dirtiness? are you sure it is not just opinions which are not to your taste or/and convenience? Can you give concrete examples?

kalgo | Sat, 02/28/2009 - 20:16
Dayamoyee's picture

It seems to me.....

It seems to me that there has been taken place a mistake to understand the fact.
Therefore I would like to inform you that –
We don’t want to covert any one.
We don’t want to hurt any religious faith.
We only want them, those who are of same mentality with us.
Our preaching or publicity is only for collecting them in one place for good purpose.

Dayamoyee | Fri, 04/24/2009 - 12:31