The crypt of nihilism

In all times, people were searching for the purpose of life.

One is born and lives; then obstacles occur.
First these problems are taken as a necessity or as a part of ones own life, but sometimes one asks:
Why do these things happen just the way they do ?
It does seem not to make any sense.
Is there a solutions to all my problems ?
Who am I , for that I encounter all these situations ?

To handle this problems, most humans define themselves by what they do,
and look for an identity through the experience of love.
Some people are dedicated to their believes;
and others surrender to fate.
Some search for the principles behind all of this through scientific thinking,
others meditate on the occult.

All these ways are necessary, but all of them are incomplete.

Like all of us humans, also all teachings, religions and philosophies have their skeletons in their closet. As you will evolve you will start to see some of those, which than can lead to:

  • tremendous doubts on the way, which can lead to backfire badly on you
    • causing a bitterness and nihilism
      • which in turn can lead to you condemning the path you were on before

To prevent those doubts, I throw you in the deep end here in order to immunise you for your quest at hand.

Here are just three fields of disappointments I personally did encounter,
but you can find them equally at any other path:

religion (example: Christianity)
Gurus (example: Yogi Bhajan)
{intro}{not Kundalini}{Philip Deslippe}
{YB twisted [hi(s]tory)}{his dark sides}{his biggest mistake}
{my week with YB}{3HO}{longterm damage 3HO causes}

What was really frustrating was that I already had dedicated 25 years to the build up of Sodarshan Chakra Kriya and then the Kriya itself made me realise (2 years before Premka’s book came out) what a dominant and ethical shady person he was.

Here is the full report of his independent investigation which only looked into sexual allegations without all the criminal stuff. Reading this you may have following questions:

A note about Sodarshan Chakra Kriya

It lies in the nature of religious, political or business-leaders to have a big ego.
His huge ego did lead to Yogi Bhajan’s suppression of his weaknesses and dark sides.

In order to justify those denials, Bhajan did ignore the large realm of necessary personality- or feel-work, such as honest reflection, contemplation, and meditation;
and, like many yoga-teachers, did propagate his exercises (kriyas) as the sole-method for enlightenment.

Because I also did observe some arrogant and cold character-trades in some, who are capable of doing that kriya for 2.5 hours daily, my initial agenda to motivate as many as possible did turn around by 180° towards the selection of a few serious interested seekers;
and to warn about one-sided malpractices.

Alone neither yoga, nor religion, meditation or visualisation will be a panacea, but if everything is put in its right place it may create miraculous changes.

Nevertheless, Sodarshan Chakra Kriya in my long experience has its justification of being a deeply transformative exercise; and according to my research, in opposition to most others of his kriyas this one seems not to have been compiled by himself but to predate him.

It is possible to master this Kriya, but a mere humdrum of it did cost me a quarter of a century to learn and implement much, which not even the most prestigious 3HO-teacher ever did convey to me.

If you want to safe yourself a long tortuous path and much time and suffering, I would recommend to take my experiences in the third part of the course very serious, in order to avoid physical as well as ethical damages which in my opinion could reach even into ones next life.

Whilst I offer SCK as a good example of an all embracing tool, by no means do I expect you to follow only that one, because all roads lead to Rome. Just dive into it once to learn about the different aspects of yoga and then move on in your own way – I still will keep supporting you.


The depresssing part is that literally every subject in life can be seen in such a nihilistic way,
for example:

{The dogma of contributing to society through diligence}

or {The dogma of procreation or being pro life}

Basically what is happening is that we attach to concepts or people, making internal appointments. And because reality is not how we did construct it in our mind, we get literally dis-appointed. As bad as it feels it is a good awakening – the pain is like when ripping off a plaster so that our skin gets in contact with air again.

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