Miragee Gets Narky About The Competition

So what do you do after 20 years as Lord of the Universe and a few years as Lord of the Universe (retired) when your followers are aging, some are disappearing, more and more are dying and none are in nirvana or samadhi and the competition is heating up. Well you do what comes natural to you, in Mahajowl Ji's case, you become a one man hate group. You can't build up their fantasies anymore because you've got premies who been meditating over 40 years and they all know what each other are like so you have to bring down the competition instead.

I was talking to a guy once and he was really into yoga and he said "Yoga is the answer" and I said "How about a guy who has no arms and no legs what he gonna do? You mean he's had it. He can't enjoy life." Didn't think of it I guess all the people who came to him had arms and legs. I mean you know when somebody has his place call says yoga instrucsh instructions available why would a person without arm and legs wasting his time going there? He ain't going to be able to do any yoga. - Prem Rawat
Festival Of Knowledge, Brussels Belgium Evening 9th December 1989

Well that brings a question to mind. What if a person doesn't have fingers or a tongue, has he foregone the possibility of the techniques of Prem Rawat's Knowledge? You can't stick your fingers in your eyes and your thumbs in your ears if you don't have them and neither can you stick your tongue back up your sinuses. You'll just have to cope without Knowledge even if you can walk to the Knowledge Revelation hired hall.

The journey of Knowledge is not to get to weatherproof one day I mean people the way they have their ideas about what Knowledge means, it's like one day it'll rain and you won't need an umbrella, it'll like kinda just the raindrop will come and 2 inches before it will hit you shall just go phweet pheet. Ask somebody "Why do you want Nirvana?" "Cause it sounds good." "Well, where did you read it?" You mean this guy who wrote about Nirvana achieved nirvana and came back to write a book. This guy was really an idiot for once you have achieved nirvana there's no pens there, you can't write a book. "He came back." "No he didn't." (inhales) The guy who wrote the book is just like you, a hell of a dreamer and constantly asleep and he wrote the book for you because you're asleep too and it's just from one dream to the other dream the book got passed. Read on cause all it is sweet lullabies but the day you'll wake up you'll have a very rude awakening - Prem Rawat
Festival Of Knowledge, Brussels Belgium Evening 10th December 1989

Prem Rawat always taught that he was teaching the same Knowledge as Buddha and premies always believed this meant that nirvana, samadhi, enlightenment, liberation and realising Knowledge were synonyms for the same experience and Rattso the Fattso seemed to agree. He seems to have forgotten that nirvana is a state of consciousness, an experience that can be had now while a human being is alive. Hans Rawat quoted Brahmanand in his book Hans Yog Prakash (Prem doesn't read much) before his own Mahanirvana (death):
When you see the Divine Light, you forget yourself, All physical and mental troubles cease to exist, Meditate constantly, Brahmanand has thus crossed the worldly ocean, He has attained Nirvana.

I read Buddhist scriptures and they say to go to nirvana. Then I read Hindu scriptures and they say to go to samadhi. I don't know which way to go.
When a man will have initiation, when he will have that Knowledge, then he will reach samadhi. - Prem Rawat
Light Reading

Are you saying that no matter now enlightened you are, you must eat if you want to reach any nirvana?
See, by eating or not eating you won't get enlightenment. You don't get enlightenment from eating. If you stop eating you won't get enlightenment or anything like that. - Prem Rawat
Élan Vital

I see so many people, "Have you achieved nirvana?" "Yes." How can you argue with a person who says yes he has, how can you argue with him? "No you haven't." "Yes I have." "No you haven't." "Yes I have." It's not much of an argument. "Do you have peace?" "Yes I do." "No you don't." "Yes I do." "No you don't." "Yes I do". "Are you happy?" "Yeah." "No you're not." "Yes I am." And all of these people create, create their own fanciful situations and try to fill them. "Oh yeah. Okay. I've got nirvana. My kundalini, you know, lights up." I mean I could never understand this kundalini business. I'm almost 32 years old, I haven't got this one licked at all and you know I understand why because I fig uh I you know a moment flashes in my head, what is this thing? I know I have a spine at any time anything starts going up and down the spine I want a massage. If it really gets severe, go see a doctor because ideas, whole bunch of ideas - Prem Rawat
Festival Of Knowledge, Brussels Belgium 9th December 1989

People say, "Is it that easy? No searching? No going to the top of the Himalayas? No surrendering of everything? No burying your head in the snow for eight years? None of that stuff?" Of course, if you want to do that, it's all possible. I'm sure somebody will be happy to accommodate you. It won't be me. I don't like cold weather. And I don't want to bury my head in the snow for eight years.
No Ordinary Box

How can you argue with a person who says they're experiencing Knowledge? Well you can't because it turns out the effects of Knowledge are amazing, blissful, profound, fantastic, incredible but invisible. The only observable effect is very poor taste in after dinner speaker. Anyway, I'm prepared to help the former Lardo of the Bardo, I don't believe in kundalini but I understand it easily and I believe I can explain it simply enough even for the dux of St Josephs Academy, 2nd grade, 1964