Should I participate in the Oneness Movement (Kalki Bhagavan’s teachings and events) as well? Are there any further insights, revelations, which might be helpful to me in their practices and teachings?
I’m experiencing waves of nausea as I read this question. So perhaps it’s time for me to be more blunt… Over the years, I’ve compassionately responded to anyone turning to me for assistance when confused, sick, hurt, afraid etc. But it’s no longer something I want to do. It feels that it’s an exploitation of my compassion and a disrespect to the exquisite and holy journey and its outpouring of light and truth.
I understand that the unbearable and overwhelming complexity of a disintegrating society, makes the simplicity of Hindu and Buddhist teachings seem very attractive. But if by now you cannot see that escaping from one opposite, by hiding in the other opposite, perpetuates cycles of duality — this is inevitable because it subjects you to the Law of Compensation — then somehow our role-playing of teacher/student has failed.
It requires total commitment to escape the existing paradigm. The way out of duality cannot be successfully walked by dragging it behind you. These stagnant teachings of humans are a reaction against the complexity of materialism, but they will keep you on the treadmill of polarity.
The sacred teachings we are receiving isn’t a backup plan to use when convenient. Nor am I. Even the most diligent of students faithfully applying themselves to walking their mastery, are but scratching the surface of these ever-new teachings. If you study and apply them for all your waking hours, you will still not reach the end of them. The deeper you understand them, the more we draw in. And you feel you need to supplement them with the regurgitated teachings of man?
Please don’t ask me to endorse your folly. It would be disrespectful of me to treat a god being in the flesh, like a human child. With deep love and respect, ~Almine.