Sleeping guru tattva confirmed

Sleeping guru tattva confirmed

You remember my article about sleeping beauty guru tattva from last year:

Sacinandana “Sleeping beauty” baba

Well, sleeping beauty tattva just got confirmed.

We got exclusive gallery which show us how to dream about Krishna in the morning:

Ok, this is post from September 17, and it speaks about yesterday’s evening lecture, that is lecture in of the evening of September 16th. Then this gallery will also include mangala arati photos from the same day, September 17th.

As you can see, on September 16th, Sacinandana baba is all well and lecturing, and on the next morning, let’s sheck mangala arati photos:

Oh my God, it’s dark there, who would want to leave comfy bed in 4:30AM, mangala arati is only for neophytes:

What follows know is most hilarious photo. Krishna Ksetra Swami took sannyasa initiation from Sacinandana baba, so, while his sannyasa guru is peacefully sleeping and dreaming about Radharani, Krishna Ksetra Swami decided to join neophytes 😀 😀 😀 😀 :

Ok, on the next photo, I am starting to get worried, I don’t see my favorite guru Sacinandana baba anywhere. Is he ok? 😀 😀 😀 😀

This photo is even better. This guy doing Tulasi puja is from Split, Croatia,  and he is disciple of Sacinandana baba. While his guru is peacefully sleeping, he is worshipping the Tulasi plant. You can find yourself in similar situation if you take initiation from “sleeping beauty baba” 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

Oh my God, somebody call the police, somebody call the ambulance, Sacinandana baba is not well. He needs somebody to help him to get out of his bed:

Well, maybe Sacinandana baba was not sleeping, maybe he left the temple on September 16th evening, and he couldn’t come to mangala arati? That is unfortunately not the true. Because there is live video from September 18th where Sacinandana baba is lecturing about his dream adventures:

As you can see from the video. Guru who sleeps whole morning and travels with girlfriend is now qualified to speak about Radharani. 😀 😀 😀 Well, at this particular instance, the Ljubljana visit, his girlfriend is not there, but he was traveling with her for the last 10 years.

Conclusion

You might wonder why all these neophytes are torturing themselves with mangala arati, while uttama adhikaris are peacefully sleeping. Well, this has to do with  Srila Prabhupada who requested us all to get up on mangala arati. But I guess that Sacinandana baba doesn’t care much about Srila Prabhupada’s instructions. He would like to be guru and sleep in the same time. 😀 😀 😀 😀 He would like to be a sannyasi and have girlfriend in the same time. Will such “guru” will have spiritual potency to take you back to spiritual world? Well, judge for yourself, it’s your spiritual life after all.

 

I am glad to see that you are advancing in Krishna consciousness by this worship of the Deity. This is the practical application to what we find stated in the Bhagavad-gita, man manah bhava mad bhakto, mad yaji mam namaskuru. We do not speculate on what Krishna says but we follow whatever He says implicitly. I also follow this process. Every morning I go to the temple and see the Deity and offer obeisances, so I expect each and every one of my disciples should also follow what I have given in this connection, arising early, taking bath, attending mangal arati. yuktasya bhaktams ca niyunjato ‘pi. The Deity is non-different from Krishna Himself. This we have to understand. (Letter to Lilasuka, Nov 5, 1974)

All the presidents of our centers should see that all the members are strictly observing the brahminical standards, such as rising early, cleansing at least twice daily, reading profusely, attending arati, like that. You begin immediately this process. That is the main work of GBC. Sometimes we see that even they do not wash hands after eating. Even after drinking water we should wash hands. That is suci. Suchi means purest. Everyone should join the mangal arati. Gradually, we should become more regulated and strict for following the rules and regulations. Otherwise we shall fall down. (Letter to Rupanuga, May 3rd, 1972)


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