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Message from swAmi

Czech forum has received the following communication:

Monday, November 21, 2011 8:23 PM
From: Shiva's wife
To: All yoga centres

Dear organizers,

We have just had an unexpected Skype chat with swAmi. Media experts were recommending to us to tone down our reactions. It would only create a greater interest. 

I was asking swAmi about that. He agreed, and suggested that we should only write one official response. I asked him about the idea of starting a webpage with positive experiences. He very much agreed.

It is good that the magazine also received responses from our side, but for now we should focus on writing about our experiences with swAmi, with YIDL. For now, send it to my email, once the Web pages are ready, we will start publishing it there. It will be a great help.

SwAmi is sending many blessings and much love. Send this letter, please, only to those whom you trust that they will not misuse it.

Or work on translations. When I find more time, I will write more about our Skype conversation.

Take care and happy writing

Shiva's Wife


Comments (2)

  • By PallasAthene (Wednesday, November 23rd 2011, 6:30pm)

    They have to send their stories to that lady and are not able to publish it directly on the webpage?....hmmmm.....we will get an orange amrit ;)

    It is sad to read that only an official wording should be allowed and it seems to me that this page will be strictly moderated.

  • By Roman (Wednesday, November 23rd 2011, 5:32pm)

    Tone down reactions? I can hear the person who is there with him and can read in Czech, telling him about those comments there and how she thinks that it is not good. She hasn't changed a bit. Sad, sad, sad case.