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I am quitting, going on a spiritual journey: Swami Nityananda

Bangalore: Self-styled godman Swami Nityananda, who was purportedly caught in a sleazy video footage, announced his decision to resign as head of his Dhyanapeetam ashram and from all trusts associated with it, living a life of ‘spiritual seclusion’ for an indefinite time.

“I have decided to live a life of spiritual seclusion, for some indefinite time and to enable the Dhyanapeetam to function with such amended agenda as may be necessary, I am resigning as the head of the Dhyanapeetam and from all the trusts associated with it,” he said addressing his followers on his official website.

“In view of the developments in the last three weeks following the media reports about me as the head of Dhyanapeetam, (located at Bidadi near Bangalore), I had met some of the leading acharyas of Hindu Dharma at Haridwar Kumbh Mela,” Nityananda, facing criminal cases, including that of rape, said.

He said he had briefed them about what was fact and what was fiction. “Candidly discussing what had happened, I had sought their spiritual and moral support, guidance for me, and their views on the future course of Dhyanapeetam.”

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  1. The real reason why must we live in seclusion to walk the spiritual journey is a difficult and proper decision. Many people often do not realize this. In fact by cultivating among a disturb society and attain enlightens.

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