La Shri Ram Chandra Mission n'est pas la seule organisation à proposer des méthodes de méditation. La transmission dont elle est si fière se traduit souvent par un asservissement qui fait perdre tout repère et isole inéluctablement l'individu de son environnement.
La Shri Ram Chandra Mission a été classée comme secte dans un rapport parlementaire français. Avant d'adhérer, informez vous !

438 articles – 3436 commentaires – Dernier ajout le 19/02/2017

“Take criticism seriously, without anger or sadness. Use it for correcting yourself, and welcome it.”
Kamlesh Patel (1/04/2015)

16 mars 2015

Le Sahaj Marg de Patel (la suite)

Actus : l’inflexion Patel?
Le Sahaj marg entre changement et continuité
ENGLISH TRANSLATION

“The visit to France and the gatherings in New Jersey have already brought about many changes in the functioning of the Mission.(…)
He later met with around 150 prefects from North America, where he mentioned some of the new changes the Hierarchy of Masters have permitted in the Mission, as have also been indicated in recent messages from the Brighter World.(…)”
Après ses voyages en France et aux USA, Kamlesh Patel a effectué son tout premier voyage en Inde. Où ça ? A Hyderabad, du 6 au 9 mars, il s’est rendu aux “Thumkunta ashram, BHEL ashram, site of the Kanha project”.
Qu’y a-t-il dit ou fait de particulier ?
Un nouvel appel à l’unité : “(…) our beloved Masters want to see unity among us. We should do everything to maintain unity, harmony and peace.”
La confirmation d’une évolution du rôle des précepteurs autorisée par la « Hiérarchie du monde lumineux » pour faire plus de travail, avec une nouvelle méthode : “(…) Later in the day, there was a very lively interaction with a group of eighty-five preceptors. It was largely focused on preceptors’ work. Master emphasised that the Hierarchy has given us the permission to do more work. All need to use it wisely. The new methods are in addition to the regular work all preceptors have been doing. The whole session was informal and focused on the practical aspects of when and how to use the new methods. There was a great deal of enthusiasm among preceptors about the new possibilities for growth.(…)”
Tout cela est relaté dans « Abhyasi bulletin », une nouvelle formulation de l’ancien Sahaj sandesh, qui s’achève par ces 3 mots : “Accept, cooperate and obey”.

Est-ce la formule qui doit remplacer le « serve and obey » de Chari ?

Alexis
Le Complément de Claude (Abhyasis bulletin 2015.22 du 16 mars 2015) :

In February of 2015, respected Kamlesh bhai announced that the Hierarchy of Masters of Sahaj Marg has enabled preceptors worldwide with new responsibilities, in order to better facilitate the growth of the Mission.
These new permissions do not replace the existing practices of face-to-face individual, group and introductory sittings. Instead, they are an additional way of working, required for the increasing expansion of the Mission worldwide.
The following changes are a result:
1. New seekers are welcome to join a group meditation, without first having to take separate introductory sittings.
2. Seekers can be introduced to the practice of Sahaj Marg in groups on consecutive days if individual introductions are not possible.
3. Preceptors can give individual sittings to groups of abhyasis at one time.
4. Preceptors can give individual sittings remotely when required. Remote sittings can be given only if the preceptor confirms just beforehand that the abhyasi is available and both sit at the same time.
5. Preceptors can conduct group sittings remotely in cases where no local preceptor is available, or where conditions are really too difficult to attend, e.g. bad weather. They can also include those abhyasis who are unable to attend in person for genuine reasons in the satsang.
Care and wisdom are needed with our newfound freedom. For example, respected Kamlesh bhai said recently, "It should not become a scenario of, 'Oh, brother, I would like to have a long distance individual sitting now,' even though that person is less than a kilometre away. No. That is what I call abusing the system. So be careful. The greater the freedom that has been given to us, the greater the responsibilities are on our shoulders.”

Preceptors have been permitted to give remote sittings when there are genuine requests, and not in instances where it would defy the spiritual culture, e.g. when an abhyasi wishes to avoid taking a sitting from a local preceptor they do not like, as this would lead to disharmony. Unity and brotherhood remain the culture of Sahaj Marg.

A lire aussi  :

2 commentaires:

Anonyme a dit…

Pour compléter (Abhyasis bulletin 2015.22 du 16 mars 2015)
Claude

In February of 2015, respected Kamlesh bhai announced that the Hierarchy of Masters of Sahaj Marg has enabled preceptors worldwide with new responsibilities, in order to better facilitate the growth of the Mission.
These new permissions do not replace the existing practices of face-to-face individual, group and introductory sittings. Instead, they are an additional way of working, required for the increasing expansion of the Mission worldwide.
The following changes are a result:
1. New seekers are welcome to join a group meditation, without first having to take separate introductory sittings.
2. Seekers can be introduced to the practice of Sahaj Marg in groups on consecutive days if individual introductions are not possible.
3. Preceptors can give individual sittings to groups of abhyasis at one time.
4. Preceptors can give individual sittings remotely when required. Remote sittings can be given only if the preceptor confirms just beforehand that the abhyasi is available and both sit at the same time.
5. Preceptors can conduct group sittings remotely in cases where no local preceptor is available, or where conditions are really too difficult to attend, e.g. bad weather. They can also include those abhyasis who are unable to attend in person for genuine reasons in the satsang.
Care and wisdom are needed with our newfound freedom. For example, respected Kamlesh bhai said recently, "It should not become a scenario of, 'Oh, brother, I would like to have a long distance individual sitting now,' even though that person is less than a kilometre away. No. That is what I call abusing the system. So be careful. The greater the freedom that has been given to us, the greater the responsibilities are on our shoulders.”
Preceptors have been permitted to give remote sittings when there are genuine requests, and not in instances where it would defy the spiritual culture, e.g. when an abhyasi wishes to avoid taking a sitting from a local preceptor they do not like, as this would lead to disharmony. Unity and brotherhood remain the culture of Sahaj Marg.

Alexis a dit…

Comme l’indique un whisper (16 mars 2015), il semble bien que les changements concernant les précepteurs, annoncés par Patel et voulus par la Hiérarchie (les médiums ?), ont été contestés en interne :
« (…) Les travers humains ne peuvent radicalement être occultés ; aplanir les dissensions reste le challenge, la perfection n’existe pas encore sur la Terre et cela n’est pas pour demain. Contester des décisions prises au plus haut niveau n’est pas un signe de sagesse. Puissent tous parvenir un jour à modifier des réactions égotiques néfastes pour l’ensemble de cette voie du cœur et particulièrement pour eux-mêmes. (…) »
On notera une fois de plus qu’émettre une critique à la SRCM s’apparente à des "travers humains" et "des réactions égotiques néfastes"…
Il ne faut pas chatouiller les médiums, mieux vaut les servir et leur obéir !