Dr Chetna Kang, Psychiatrist and Hindu Priest in the Bhakti Yoga/Vaisnava tradition

How do we recover from the Invisible Magic Friend’s Holy Virus? That would be a spiritual matter.

I love saying spiritual. I’m going to say it a lot. Spiritual, spiritual, spiritual.

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4 thoughts on “Dr Chetna Kang, Psychiatrist and Hindu Priest in the Bhakti Yoga/Vaisnava tradition

  1. If you ignore all the Hindu flim-flam, what you’re left with is the consistent message of religions down the ages: don’t think for yourself, don’t use your own reason or judgement, don’t rock the boat, just do as you’re told and the IMF will look kindly on you some time in the future. It doesn’t work when it’s peddled by Christian apologists and there is no reason why Chetna Kang should be allowed to get away with it.

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  2. “This morning’s reading (in a cheery voice) is from the Beginners Book of Spiritual Stuff. I will say things like “wisdom of the soul”, “seeking relationship with a divinity”, “sacred universal forces” and “spiritual wisdom”. Here on TFTD our watchword is supposedly ‘thought-provoking’ but it’s rarely taken seriously so why should I?”

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