The tree-sage explains how bad weather doesn’t exist

The tree-sage explains how bad weather doesn’t exist

Sacinandana baba openly preaches mayavadi philosophy.

Today, we received another jewel of wisdom delivered to us by Sacinandana baba. Listen carefully.


This video is significant because in it, ISKCON gurus openly preach mayavada philosophy.

Baba says at 0:58: Weather is neither good weather, nor is it bad weather, it’s simply the weather.

This is the essence of mayavada philosophy. Nothing is good, nothing is bad, everything is one. Did Srila Prabhupada ever say that there is no bad weather? Of course not. According to Srila Prabhupada, this material world is full of varieties. Of course, there is bad weather. Weather sometimes can be so bad that it produces floods or tornados.

Srila Prabhupada told us to tolerate bad weather, but he never said that bad weather doesn’t exist, because this is mayavada philosophy. Srila Prabhupada says in the Bhagavad-gita:

In the proper discharge of duty, one has to learn to tolerate nonpermanent appearances and disappearances of happiness and distress. According to Vedic injunction, one has to take his bath early in the morning even during the month of Māgha (January-February). It is very cold at that time, but in spite of that a man who abides by the religious principles does not hesitate to take his bath. Similarly, a woman does not hesitate to cook in the kitchen in the months of May and June, the hottest part of the summer season. One has to execute his duty in spite of climatic inconveniences. (BG 2.14p)

So, Srila Prabhupada explains what inconveniences caused by weather definitely exist, but one must learn to tolerate them. This is proper understanding, but to say that there is no bad weather is pure mayavada, and mayavadi Sacinandana baba is probably in the forest with his girlfriend, who is operating the camera. And I would like to add, there is no bad sannyasa and good sannyasa, there is only sannyasa. Sannyasi with girlfriend and genuine sannyasi, it’s all one.


At 1:12, baba says: “To divide things, this is good and this is bad, this is very wrong and creates distress.

This is very serious nonsense. 🤣🤣🤣 Good and bad exist both on the mundane material level and on the spiritual level. On the material level, there are good, pious activities that are performed according to dharma, and there are bad, criminal activities performed by fools and rascals.

On the spiritual platform, where are mayavadis, and their understanding is bad, and there are pure devotees, their understanding is good.

To say that “divining things on good and bad” is wrong, and creates stress is very funny actually. Only a retard can make such a sentence because this sentence has two contradicting parts.

Because what this sentence actually does, in the second part, it gives judgement, although giving judgement is condemned in the first part of the sentence.

Fully logical mayavadi sentence would be: “To divide things, this is good and this bad, doesn’t really matter because we are all one.”

But he says that dividing things is WRONG. So, he claims that people who divine things ARE WRONG, and people who don’t divide things ARE RIGHT. So, we have two groups of people, and baba just said that one of those people are wrong and other group of people are right. But, as soon as he divided people in two groups, he broke his own rule of not dividing.

A similar example, sometimes people tell me: “You should not criticize, criticizing people is wrong.” But by directing that sentence toward me, they just criticized me, and they broke their own rule.

Finally, baba induces us to “Go inside” and performing “inner projects“. Did you ever see Srila Prabhupada preaching like that? To go inside? Never. Another mayavadi imagination. Srila Prabhupada instructed us that basic thing is to perform “external” devotional service. Take shower in the morning, very external, very visible, rise early, very external, very visible, chant 16 rounds, externally visible activity, preach Krishna consciousness, very external activity. In other words, selft realization is achieved by performing the scientific process of devotional service which is very visible from outside. But he didn’t mention anything regarding real Krishna consciousness practice.

And he even mentioned reading books, but not Srila Prabhupada’s books, he said we should read “a good book”. That sounds like Bible.

The only thing I can do after watching this video is fart. 🤣🤣🤣 This is the only “inner project” for me.