Do You Really Want to Belong to an Organization that Teaches This to Some of its Followers in Private — in Particular Underage Girls and Women?
While the masses who follow Kripalu Maharaj or any of his 28 preachers (current number) naively believe his “spiritual teachings” to be pure, people who orbit in the multiple layers of inner circles around him know better.
What are they taught that you aren’t?
Hari nimitta jo paap kar soi punya kahaya.
It means: “If you do any sin in the name of God, it is a good karma not a bad karma.”
Now stop and think about this for just a minute. Why in the world would a devotee of God need to commit a sin for anyone, let alone in the name of God?
There can be only one reason. The sins they are committing benefits the guru in some way.
Kripalu’s Inner-Circle Secret Mantra Hides His Dark Secrets
Kripalu Maharaj in his bed in Rangeeli Mahal, Barsana India — just one of the scenes of his crimes of having sex with women and underage girls. His female follows tell the women and girls that "doing a sin for God is a good karma."
In fact, the answers in Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat are much darker than most decent people want to — or can — believe.
The sins that Kripalu wants young girls and women to commit are having sex with him, bringing him sex partners, and hiding the sex acts from everyone else — including their parents (in the case of underage girls), their husbands (in the case of married women), and the authorities, when they conduct the occasional investigation.
The truth is that this lesson is one of the first things taught to innocent young girls who come to his ashrams to live or visit.
Kripalu’s Secret Sins — Known Only to Select Females (and a Few Men)
The higher-up women, like the preachers and ubiquitous females like Hari Dasi (in India) and others, repeat this like a mantra over and over in private to them.
Once someone is indoctrinated into his inner circle secret, then they also start repeatedly whispering it to other females.
And on and on it goes — for the past many decades.
It becomes the experienced women’s “seva” to drill this mantra into the minds of new girls and women, so that when they are taken into Kripalu’s bedroom they don’t freak out when he begins molesting them.
One time one of Kripalu’s main servants walked up to a 12 year-old-girl in India who had not yet been properly prepped, and said told her, “Go make love to Kripalu.”
She looked at the woman in shock and said, “Don’t you think I’m a little young for that?” Then she ran and told her mother.
Naturally, they immediately left the ashram in fear and in horror.
That was at least one girl saved from the clutches of the child sex offender, Kripalu Maharaj.
But the women pimps in Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat don’t make that mistake very often.