Swami Balendu tells the incredible story how the Indian government spent a lot of money on digging for a treasure that only existed in the dream of a Sadhu.
Swami Balendu describes how he witnessed an alternative treatment of jaundice when he was a teenager – full of ridiculous superstition!
Swami Balendu describes a very common problem of modern people who are also superstitious: they cannot fully trust science nor do they really trust their superstition.
Swami Balendu writes about the beginnings of religion, about how fear made people believe and how people nowadays still cash in on that although we know so much more now.
Swami Balendu describes the practice of fake gurus to perform magic tricks that make people believe they have supernatural powers. Read about the rituals in which they pretend to have achieved those Siddhis.
Swami Ji writes about a Christian minister who has the idea that yoga includes tantric orgies and occult sex practices. Read more on Swami Balendu's blog.
Swami Ji writes that the changes in his healing sessions just make more clear who he is and who he is not. He doesn?t do miracle healing and doesn?t have supernatural powers. Read more.
Swami Ji writes about healing miracles, how he was also in the guru business and how his opinion and his ideas changed with time.
Swami Ji writes about religious explanations for natural phenomena for which science already proved the contrary but which keep staying in the minds of people.
Swami Ji writes about people who want to make a living but don't want to work seriously.