Complete Projection Of Ego

Nathyogi's picture

Satya Sai was a nigura. He did not serve a Guru.
A fool comes and says that he is an incarnation of God or some famous saint. Only fools believe.
Satya Sai not only spoiled his name but also he spoiled the reputation of Shirdi Sai. If someone claims so the wise use the God given faculty of discrimination to come to truth.
1. Shirdi Sai Baba never claimed himself an incarnation of God. He never said that he would be coming for a second time. He lived the life of a renunciant.
2. Satya Sai a nigura (the one who served no Guru) projected his ego claiming an incarnation of Shirdi Sai or God and cheated people by posing himself as Guru and God and accumulated wealth which is against the spirit of Shirdi Sai.
3. Niguras like Satya Sai cannot fool the wise by projecting themselves as God or Guru.
4. When one's ego reaches to the maximum point, due to false knowledge, he or she starts projecting himself or herself as God or Goddess or incarnation of God/Goddess to gullible and innocent people.

"Bogus is all one's knowledge
If a Guru one doesn't acknowledge."

"Fools follow the one
Who has followed none."


hugo's picture

So what if he didn't serve a guru?

As in many of your opinions and posts, you make one personal baseless assumption and then derives from your own assumption baseless conclusions.

So he did not serve a guru? so what? Many if not most of the great true masters didn't have a guru. The fact that in some Indian traditions it's advised to have a guru doesn't say that it's true or mandatory or anything, it's just a religious assumption.

Also you assume that he was fool with no supporting arguments and then concludes that he was a fool. What a great job!

The same goes regarding his ego.

Going all through the gurus here and smearing them just because you believe that a guru is needed is ignorance and pride.

Judge people according to their essence, not through your beliefs and circumstances.

Sathya Sai Baba may be a fool but certainly not because of your baseless arguments.

hugo | Mon, 08/04/2014 - 07:18
Nathyogi's picture

Re: So what if he didn't serve a guru?

This is what I expect from his followers and disciples.
I have never asked you or anybody to accept my assumption. Judge yourself and find out truth. Truth is beyond what is my/your/her/his/their assumptions.
You cannot deny that he has not served a Guru. This is truth and proof of my argument.
Self proclaimed Gurus and incarnations of God are projected and propelled by their egos and nothing more.
For your information, Lord Rama and Lord Krishna and other saints and sages served Their respective Gurus. This is truth and the wise are aware of it. Do you think They were fools to serve Their Gurus?
I judged according to his essence that he was a nigura. I am sure that your beliefs are not truthful.
If my arguments are baseless, then there is no need for you to reply.

Nathyogi | Mon, 08/04/2014 - 08:05