Another email, this is getting interesting. I have become psychiatrist for ISKCON members.
Oh boy, this doesn’t sound good for Radhanath Swami, he is further implicated in the murder. ISKCON will not relieve itself from Sulocana murder as long as Radhanath is in the GBC and is allowed to initiate disciples.
When I first moved into an Iskcon temple I had already read Prabhupada’s Bhagavad Gita As It Is twice, as well as a few other of Prabhupada’s books. So when I first moved into the ashram and I started reading Radhanath Swami’s The Journey Home almost right away (like most new bhaktas these days it seems) I noticed that Radhanath Swami was praising various bogus gurus and yogis. I found this to be somewhat perplexing as Srila Prabhupada strongly criticized these types of people all throughout his books. I don’t remember asking anybody about this apparent contradiction between what Radhanath Swami was saying about these people and what Prabhupada says about these types of people, however I somehow or other came to the standard Iskcon approved understanding that The Journey Home is a preaching/introductory book and that Radhanath Swami’s intention when praising these pseudo-spiritualists is just to attract people to Krishna without upsetting them with strong criticism.
Brahmacarya is much easier if you are managed by girl temple president. I must admit that. And if you practice yoga with together with young girls, celibate life can be bliss.
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Ok, first a word of warning. This article is not for you unless you are really spiritual advanced. I mean really, really spiritually advanced. You must be either connected with Ramesh baba, or you have to be at least on the level of sannyasi with female secretary, otherwise you will not be able to understand this article. Even worse, prematurely jumping into the bikini-prema could backfire on your spiritual life.
OK guys, associating with child abusers is bad for business, ok? So, outwardly, we punish child abusers, but actually, we are hanging out with them.
UPDATE: After a mild Gestapo suggestion from his guru Vaisesika, Dhamesvara requested me to remove this video, which I rejected because I also invested my time in this video.
In this video, I am trying to guess the author of 33 quotes that Dhamesvara prabhu prepared, we are also discussing Krishna consciousness in between.
ISKCON will sell whatever is popular, falling to the standard of mundane corporation, aiming to “please the public” and collect some money. ISKCON no longer has much in common with original Krishna consciousness as given by Srila Prabhupada.
You wanna see something really retarded? Radhanath baba learned to quote Prabhupada without actually quoting Prabhupada. He said that Prabhupada said something, but it is not clear what Prabhupada really said. Radhanath baba also mentions some verse from Bhagavad-gita, but he doesn’t quote the verse either. 😀 😀 😀 Rather, Radhanath Swami explains that Srila Prabhupada quoted a verse, we don’t know which one, and by that verse, Krishna meant that “The real magic of life is the wisdom of our own divinity”. 😀 😀 😀 Both Krishna and Prabhupada never gave that kind of statement. Prabhupada was not Dalai-salami nor he was mayavadi preacher like Radhanath baba.