Ramakrishna Mission, the Ultimate Refuge
Sri Nithyananda, speaking of the Ramakrishna Mission, is it true that you went to the Ramakrishna Mission and studied there for some time? You mentioned this in your book, ‘The Formless in Form’, in fact you have pictures of young Nithyananda and other disciples on pages 34 through 36.
Is it true that the Ramakrishna Mission expelled you, Paramahamsa Nithyananda, for disobedience, misbehavior, and not following the discipline of the Order? You say, “No”. OK. But, can you show any recognition from the Ramakrishna Mission that you attended and were in ‘good standing’?
To help clarify, please let us know, Sri Nithyananda, the years you attended and the total period of time you were there? I imagine that it must have been a long time. From when to when? That would account for all of those Ramakrishna lessons and stories that you claim to be your own, and helped to build your resume of being a legitimate 'enlightened' master.
Furthermore, is it true, Sri Nithyananda, that the Ramakrishna Mission disqualified you and refused to give you sanyasi (renunciant monk)? It seems that you requested to receive sanyasi time and time again to President Maharaj, of the Ramakrishna Mission, in Calcutta, but he refused again and again.
Didn’t you, Nithynanda, know that it usually takes between eight to twelve years of being in the order before given the title of sanyasi? The Ramakrishna Mission wants to examine the character of each applicant first to see if he is qualified and deserving to become a sanyasi in the Ramakrishna Order.
But, we all know, you, Sri Nithyananda, are a man in a hurry, and like to do things really fast. Didn’t you, Nithyananda, once say that you’re a jet set swami?
I understand, Nithyananda, that in your impatience, you had a big fight with President Maharaj, and shouted to him “One day, I will show you who I am! I am greater than Ramakrishna!” And, then you left the Ramakrishna Mission.
Is this true, Sri Nithyananda? All that meditation sure must have helped you with your anger management.
Nithyananda, do you hold any bad will toward the Ramakrishna movement because of this fallout? You will say, “No”. Sorry, Nithyananda, you are busted again. We have eyewitnesses in your inner circle of devotees who can remember time and time again how you called the Ramakrishna Mission simply ‘dead’.
You, Nithyananda, also seem to be very fond of telling a story how you went to the Ramakrishna Mission in Calcutta and made a generous donation. You claimed that everyone at the Ramakrishna Mission was ignoring you. That the members of the Ramakrishna Mission were having a tea party and didn’t offer you a sip of tea. And, when you went to the altar to make the donation, the priest at the Ramakrishna Mission was only interested to see how much you donated.
These are the stories you have told, Nithyananda. Do you have any more?