Swami Balendu describes the story of one of their own employees who started working as a preacher someday. Read how this happened not only with him but many people in Vrindavan.
Swami Balendu describes the development of lectures and the preaching business. Read why people come to religious programs to get entertained.
Swami Balendu describes why he has often been seen as holy when he gave programs for example in London in 2002. He was a good performer and had knowledge but people saw him as divine.
Swami Ji describes his stay in Bangkok, Thailand, in August 2001. Read how his lectures were different from those of traditional speakers and how he experienced the politics in that temple organization.
Swami Ji describes how his organizers prepared for a big program when he was still travelling as a guru in India. Read how it is a big business that makes everyone happy.
Swami Ji explains how religions, scriptures, leaders and gurus create greed in people and how this increases their income of donations.
Swami Ji writes about what religion is and what spirituality is. He writes about the rules of religion and the love for what you do in spirituality.
Swami Ji writes about people who feel they need to justify their yoga practice by saying it is only physical exercise, nothing spiritual.
Swami Ji writes about spiritual TV channels and how big gurus have their lectures and pay much money for being seen nationally and internationally.
Swami ji writes about a Guru's exposure by media - preaching celibacy and claiming to be enlightened while having sex with different people each day.