Scools, Teachers and Gurus
The spirituality becomes due to its complexity and the problems of the practical implementation very quickly a meander. Therefore most seekers try to find a spiritual leader who solves these problems and leads them in the background. A competent master who leads us could be a big help and is in most cases necessary in our negative world ! People who are under all circumstances against masters are developing their small EGO and their own seperatistic PERSONALITY ! But in practice this faith in the hidden leadership and protection by a master is an illusion because of the personal Karma and Dharma!
Teachers and Gurus
For many spiritual seeker gurus are an absolute
authority or a symbol of the divine goal.
Gurus are often looked at to have reached the highest goal
(Satguru), but very often they are only a disciple of a late master or the legal successor
of a guru. Very often they have the position of a spiritual father or mother
(babaji, mataji) for their disciples.
One should not expect that gurus spread the strongest exercises for a
quick enlightenment(which would soon be spread everywhere and be abused for
worldly purposes), or that they give You protection. The divine
allows only seldom to use the power.
The DIVINE is not at all interested in the individual enlightenment. The individual soul
is only a means in the divine plan and rather unimportant for these forces
of infiniteness. Too many masters would be out of control,
and in the divine plan the common enlightenment of the small rest of the surviving souls
is planned for a time in a distant future - with small prior periods where Avatars help mankind.
Besides the gurus exist the TEACHERS like Buddha Gautama was and many
and several Yogis of different scools are.
Furthermore exists more or less progressed people all over the world who
have founded a scool and teach a small aspect of the path - from their limited point of view -
mostly relying on old books or traditions.
Examples of such modern gurus and teachers are :
The various Kriya-Yogascools
and several less known gurus und teachers and small scools like Theosophy and the Arcanscool of A.A. Bailey.
"The third claim is "surrender to the master". But that does not mean
servile observation of the orders of a master or a teacher behind the scene
, as it is demanded in many esoteric scools.
It is much simpler than that. The real master, who demands our
attention and obedience, is the master in our hearts,
the DIVINE soul, the inner Christ.
The Kundalini-Power is the force which stands very near to the material plane
and to the human body. In the various systems of yoga this force is symbolized as
a snake which sleeps in the center of the lowest chakram.
It is the final aim of these scools to awaken this force and to transform it at the
same time while it rises up to the highest chakram.
Finally there is the pure spiritual path which is not for our negative world but mostly for the life around a true master. Hinduism sees such high spiritual techniques as adequate for the Satya-Yuga.
Many modern Kundalini-Scools
do not practise the awakening of the Kundalini but are in reality tantric scools with meditation and
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