Last year around June. I invited a friend of mine who lived in Japan (who basically is a neo-Hindu American) to India to visit the town of Shirdi
where a saint called Sai Baba lived and is now highly revered in India.
I was myself a believer in his power and visited Sai's spiritual abode on earth at least once every year with family or friends.
My friend (do not want to name him here) as also his family (parents and sisters) worshiped Ganesha, Shiva and followed a guru in the India city of
Jaipur more religiously than even I did.
After having introduced him to my spiritual inclination on Sai Baba, I convinced him to make the visit. And he did.
We started on a month long tour that started with Mumbai, then Shirdi, Nashik (where the mystic Godavari river flows and also called temple city), the
Osho resort in Pune and finally Jaipur.
Before I made this journey, I was semi-religious semi-atheist in inclination and fancied religion and God more of a tool to fulfill my material needs.
All my life I was searching for something that I can fully accept and believe in.
I could not fully believe in religion because religion divided than united human beings. For me religion was a relic of the 20th century.
Spiritualism needed me to follow rules as in religion and it was too diverse and complex in flavor for me to give my limited time to. There was no
dearth of spiritual gurus in India. But most of them had been tainted by the pseudo spiritual tag.
Praying to God everyday did not help much as I did not totally believe in the concept of a God as we know it or being taught to us. Be it Krishna, or
Buddha or Jesus. God was not able to solve worldly issue let alone personal issues.
Shirdi Sai Baba was the only spiritual path that gave me some peace and I believed in him totally as the finest Guru India has produced. This Sai Baba
is not the same as the long hair Sai Baba who passed away recently.
The Sai Baba I am referring to is the one who lived between unknown – October 15, 1918. He is revered by the poorest of the poor and the richest of
the rich in India. The Sai Baba temple at Shirdi is visited by millions every year and receives one of the largest amount of voluntary individual
donations in India.
So I headed to Shirdi in June 2012 with two of closest friends and that turned out to be my last visit to this place.
The way people have converted this spiritual abode into a commercial circus made me realize, the revered Sai Baba no longer lived here spiritually.
Also I got a message from him when I came to face to face inside the temple that this would be my last visit.
Near Shirdi is also a town called Shingnapur which is the abode of the Hindu God called Shani. He is the embodiment of all negative energy and if you
displease him or earn his wrath then you are doomed. So if you happen to visit Shirdi (the abode of positive energy that Sai Baba represents) you also
need to visit Shingnapur ( the abode of negative energy that Shani represents )
One year, I decided to skip visiting Shingnapur (and thus skip Shani) on the way to Shirdi. I was in a car with my mom. And just before the
intersection of the road that goes to Shirdi, the steering wheel of our car (my driver was driving the car) automatically rotated sharply towards the
right, having the car make a sharp 90 degree turn and skid over to the opposite side of the road where vehicles were zooming past in the opposite
Fortunately, there was no accident and this remains the scariest day of my life. I felt that Sai Baba saved us from the wrath of Shani.
Yet the fact remains that if you take shelter in the abode of the positive energy, there will be the effect of the negative energies. And my
observation has been that increasingly the power of the negative energy is higher as we are living in a highly negatively charged world where very
less positive is happening around us. Be it wars or rape and torture or environmental catastrophe.
So last year after visiting Shirdi (we also had to visit Shingnapure as usual), we headed to Nashik where there is a place on the river in that town
that is considered to offer you the opportunity to reset your life.
Meaning, you can leave everything behind from past. All your beliefs, your mistakes, your success, etc. And start a new life.
Though the water was dirty, I put my feet in it and sincerely wished for a reset of my life.
Next, I and the American friend headed to the spiritual resort of Osho that is infamous for all the non-spiritual aspects such as sex. Yet I kept a
open mind and gave company to my American friend. We experienced here different types of meditations besides the gospel of OSHO who founded this
There was nothing much to follow in the gospel of OSHO or his meditation techniques. There was however one meditation that I found interesting and it
is called Silent Meditation.
Here for one hour you have to simply sit in silence. Do nothing at all. It is a closed indoor environment where you are not allowed to cough or
sneeze. So if you are not keeping well, better stay out.
During this mediation, I discovered my new life, my neu. During the silent meditation, I discovered how to perform the neu meditation.
NOT A COINCIDENCE BUT AS I FINISHED THE ABOVE SENTENCE, MY MAIN INTERNET CONNECTION STOPPED AND I HAD TO SWITCH TO A CONNECTION ON MY MOBILE.
This has happened before prompting me not to share my knowledge. However this time I am inclined to share for the benefit of humanity. For those who
want to believe in it and pursue the path away from religion, pseudo spirituality and start living in the neu space or neutral space where evil cannot
So in the coming days after my visit to OSHO and after having discovered the reality of the existence of the spiritual particle which I call as the
neu and the meditation technique that helps us to tap into the power of our neu, I started doing the meditation.
Complete details on this meditation technique is available on a post titled WANT A WISH TO BE FULFILLED? AWAKEN
And some miracles started happening. My American friend was awestruck by the power of the neu though he continued to believe in the traditional
spiritual beliefs and thus could not benefit completely from this new knowledge.
I however gave up everything that I followed in the past. I stopped visiting religious places or attend religious ceremonies. Even stop praying
something I did religiously everyday.
All I needed to do was follow a honest and truthful life and do the neuEnergy meditation to get what I want from life and also satisfy me
I am not sure if this will work for everyone but it has worked for me every time and I humbly accept the power of my neu and realize that the only way
to keep away from the negative forces that surround you and threaten your life and existence and drag you further into becoming negative yourself is
the to awaken your neu and exercise the power of your neu through neuEnergy meditation.
If anyone wants to try it out, remember you need to shed your past beliefs or it simply won't work.
edit on 4-8-2013 by 0pass because: grammar