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No. Only a completely dishonest or ignorant interpretation of his analysis and testimony would lead one to conclude so, as the ashram does every time it is brought up. And this is apart from the major flaws we and others have seen in his report. Here’s a more honest analysis:
It looks like Nithyananda all-but-confessed to being sexually active (in full violation of his sannyasi status), on a “leaked” phone conversation with his once-close companion Lenin:
The pramana and metaphysics of “shaktis” vs “siddhis” does not matter a whit if the powers in question are faked. Evidence, reason, intution and common sense all conclude the same thing: the powers shown at the ashram seem fake, and seem unbelievably amatuer in their execution. See the video yourself:
SUN TV Saxena's "Confession" about "Morphing"
The only video you might ever need to watch about cults
Putting together the pieces
What if each of us is seeing different portions of the truth, but we’re all pawns in the games of those with the power to confuse us and keep us divided? Instead of fighting each other, what if we pooled together our information?
An excellent article we found on another blog that talks about fake insights, how common they are, and how to identify them so that they don’t stall your growth in any field– whether academic, career, relationships, or spiritual.
Read it here : “Fake Insights” by meaningness.com