SCANDALS AND COURT CASES – 04 PROMOTION OF YOGA, REIKI AND PRANIC HEALING BY THE CENTRE


 

OCTOBER 3, 2017

 

Divine Retreat Centre, Muringoor

SCANDALS AND COURT CASES – 04

PROMOTION OF YOGA, REIKI AND PRANIC HEALING BY THE CENTRE

 

THE REASONS FOR OUR CONTINUING THIS SERIES** ON DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE

**The existing eight critiques (now updated) on the Divine Retreat Centre at our web site are:

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-01 –
ENNEAGRAM NEW AGE PRACTITIONER MINISTERS

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-01.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-02
BANNED
MAUREEN SWEENEY-HOLY LOVE MINISTRIES PROMOTED

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-02.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-03
FALSE MYSTIC VASSULA RYDEN INVITED

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-03.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-04
 USE OF THE HINDU BINDI OR TILAK MARK ON FOREHEAD

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-04.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-05
 HINDU YOGA PROMOTED

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-05.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-05-B REBUTTAL OF FR AUGUSTINE VALLOORAN ON YOGA

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-05-B.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-07 “CRUSADERS OF JESUS WITH MARY” MINISTRY PROMOTED

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-07.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-08 –
CONDEMNATION OF DRINKING ALCOHOL AND SMOKING

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_ERRORS-08.doc

 

To obtain a better understanding of the present file, please read

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE SCANDALS AND COURT CASES-01 (INTRODUCTION)
30 SEPTEMBER 2017


http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_SCANDALS_AND_COURT_CASES-01.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE SCANDALS AND COURT CASES-02 (FAKE PREACHER PAUL GANESH IYER EXPOSED)
1 OCTOBER 2017

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_SCANDALS_AND_COURT_CASES-02.doc

DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE SCANDALS AND COURT CASES-03 (IN THE NAME OF GOD – FR AUGUSTINE VALLOORAN)
2 OCTOBER 2017

http://ephesians-511.net/docs/DIVINE_RETREAT_CENTRE_SCANDALS_AND_COURT_CASES-03.doc

 

I was one of the participants in the Evangelisation Retreat and Intensive Spiritual Refresher Course conducted at Divine Retreat Centre (DRC) February 7-25, 2000. Fr. Rufus Pereira, exorcist, and his secretary Erika Gibello (of the International Association for Deliverance or IAD and the International Association of Exorcists or AIE) were dining when I joined them at their table. I was among those who were permitted to use the dining hall meant for counselors, preachers and the priests of DRC. I was sharing with them my knowledge that certain individuals (lay persons engaged as counselors, as well as priests at DRC) were involved in the practice of Pranic Healing as well as Reiki, both of which are New Age alternative therapies. I had some of my papers spread out before them on the table when Fr. Augustine Vallooran, the Director of DRC, walked in. On seeing me with Fr. Rufus and Erika, his face showed anger. Fr. Rufus hurriedly exited the room, and a minute later, so did I with my papers. Two minutes later, I was summoned in by Fr. Vallooran.

The date was February 15, 2000.

I had already privately apprised him that Pranic and Reiki healers were active in DRC but he had been hostile, asking me to mind my own business. Now, made aware by Erika, he called me a liar. The dining hall, crowded with people, became completely silent. I withstood Fr. Vallooran to his face, repeatedly challenging his calling me a liar, and insisted that there were individuals at DRC who practised these occult therapies.

 

 

I suggested that if he lowered his voice and stopped shouting at me so that others could hear me, I would justify my allegations. Fr. Augustine changed tack and threatened to evict me from the Centre. I agreed that he had every right to do so but that he could not call me a liar. Finally, he conceded that I could stay on if I assured him that I would not conduct my private ministries while attending the Course, which I did.

This argument was witnessed by many individuals some of whom are in ministry in the Church even today.

 

That night, a counselor named Paul, occupying room no. 107, came to our room no. 18 (we were six occupants) in the other block. Because of the morning’s incident with Fr. Vallooran, I made a record of what happened and got my five roommates to sign it. Hardcopies of that single-page report have been in circulation since December 2001 in a set of six pages on related issues.

 


Here is what it says:

On the 15th February at around 9:00 PM, after I had met with Fr. Rufus Pereira, a gentleman introduced himself to me as Paul and asked me if I am the person who has studied on Pranic Healing. I replied in the affirmative. He asked then if he could speak with me in his room no. 107. As it was occupied, he suggested my room (no. 18) which was in the other block.

I was under the impression that he wanted to learn from me why Christians may not be associated with Pranic Healing.

However, he revealed that he was trained under the founder (Master Choa Kok Sui) in 1994 at three levels (Basic, Advanced and Pranic Psychotherapy). [He said that] one Fr. George Kolath of Changanassery diocese had influenced him.

He mentioned that their leader in Kerala is Sr. Eliza Kuppozhackel*. He used terminology like auras, prana, chakras, etc., and said that he could feel, if he tried to, our etheric aura layers 3 to 4″ over our physical body.

 

 

 

Unasked, he proceeded to conduct a demonstration for the six of us present, on how to produce and experience Pranic power and energy. (Hastily) interrupting him, I presented my findings and conclusions that such practices are unacceptable, occult, satanic and they are, in philosophy and methodology, incompatible with Biblical revelation and Church teaching.

When I concluded after about 20 minutes, brother Paul, of his own accord, knelt down in the floor and asked for prayer.

This counsellor of Divine Retreat Centre returned on 16th night and had discussions and prayer with some of the undersigned. All the undersigned are witnesses to the truth of these things.”

 

Signed

1. Gomes Joseph

House no. 219/2, 1st floor, Vikhroli Village (East), Mumbai – 79 Tel: 022-5745995

 

2. Edwin D’Souza

789/B Vinobanagar, Hubli 580020 (Karnataka)

 

3. G. Francis

7, Elphinstone Road, Kirkee, Pune 411003 Tel: 5810194

 

4. Br. John Pereira

Yeshu Bhawan, Naupada Agra Road, Vaity Wadi, opp. Aradhana Cinema, Thane 400602 Tel: 5418478

 

5. Br. Joseph Michael FSC**

ISFA, 130 De La Salle St., Colombo-15, Sri Lanka Tel: 527136

 

6. Michael Prabhu

[…]

 

MURINGOOR

18.2.2000

 

At the bottom of the page I had written in all caps:

His (Br. Joseph Michael’s) article “On the Road with the Lord” was carried in (the Potta Fathers’ English monthly) Vachanotsavam (issue of) June 2000. He is a teacher of Vipassana (meditation) and is into Reiki, Pranic Healing, etc.

I wrote (about this) to the authorities at Divine Retreat Centre. Refer to my letters to them dated 14.06 to 20.06.2000.

 

Counselor Paul met me a couple of days later and categorically denied that he had ever come to my room! Clearly I was being discussed in the corridors and rooms of the DRC and he had been warned.

 

From all of the above we can derive some conclusions:

1. Not only are the priests in authority at the Divine Retreat Centre ignorant of these New Age alternative therapies, they do not want them talked about at the Centre. They certainly do not want anyone to preach about them from the stage.

At the same Course, two of the preachers were Advocate A.M. Mathew of DRC and Fritz Mascarenhas of Bangalore. I had a discussion with both of them in Advocate Mathew’s room on February 8 using my bunches of papers to convince them of the seriousness of the matter. I had known Advocate Mathew for at least 15 years earlier when he had preached a retreat in Delhi at the invitation of our team. It was my second encounter with Bro. Fritz and he did not know me that well. However, both of them got the point. They delivered their talks later in the morning. I was stunned to hear them rail against Yoga and Zen, Pranic Healing and Reiki, asking Catholics why they would want to be in bondage to occult, New Age stuff.

At lunch, there was pandemonium in the common dining hall. Some priests who were attending the Course loudly condemned the two preachers for categorizing Reiki and Pranic Healing as evil practices. Apparently someone approached Br. Fritz and asked him why they were evil and he had no answer. (This is the problem with 99.99% of our preachers.) Next, they lodged a complaint with Fr. Vallooran. Bro. Fritz never once again uttered so much as a word about New Age meditations and alternative medicines.

The following week, after the public incident with Fr. Vallooran on the 15th, I fled to Advocate Mathew’s room, told him what had happened and wept while he held me in a fatherly embrace and consoled me.

 

2. So, it continues that Catholics attending retreats at DRC are never warned of the spiritual dangers of New Age meditations like T.M., Yoga, Vipassana and Zen and alternative medicines like acupuncture, acupressure, homoeopathy, Reiki and Pranic Healing to name just a few.

At the same time, counselors continue to train in them and even recommend them to counselees.

From this report and the others preceding in the series as well as the ones to follow this, one will see that the problem is extremely serious.

 

 

Yet thousands of people sail in and out of DRC every week without noticing any of the things that I have seen and recorded. Many of these people are in charismatic ministry. They are leaders of Covenant Communities and of large and small prayer groups. But they know precious little. And do not want to learn.

How relevant is the word of the Lord through the prophet Hosea (4:6) Douay-Rheims:

My people have been silent, because they had no knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will reject thee, that thou shalt not do the office of priesthood to me…

The New American Bible reads:

My people are ruined for lack of knowledge! Since you have rejected knowledge, I will reject you from serving as my priest.

 

Even the monthly magazines of Potta and DRC have printed New Age error. I have not read a single issue of their publications since more than 15 years and so I cannot say if the errors have ceased or if they continue.

That Fr. Vallooran himself has, as recently as June 2013, recommended Yoga to a retreatant, is documented by me on page 2 of my report DIVINE RETREAT CENTRE ERRORS-05.

On the same page I reported that the Vachanotsavam issue of April 2000 headlined a story about the “Cardinal Padiyara Nature Cure and Yoga Ashram“. I copied therein my letter of April 25 to the editor and my letter to Fr Augustine Mundackatt VC.

Here is a scan of that issue of Vachanotsavam:

 


 

The founding father of the Divine group of institutions, Fr. Mathew Naickomparambil and other Vincentian retreat preachers take treatment there.

It is therefore not surprising that they will neither condemn New Age in their talks nor will they permit others to do so.

 

*Sr. Eliza Kuppozhackel MMS is discussed in several of my reports. She is over her head in New Age and propagates the therapies institutionally in Kerala along with the rest of her Congregation.

 

**An extract from my article
VIPASSANA MEDITATION:

In June 2000, Vachanotsavam magazine carried a ‘testimony’ On the Road with the Lord by Joseph Michael, a De La Salle religious brother who completed a 3-week evangelisation course for lay-ministers in Muringoor (he was the room-mate of this writer and had shared with this writer that he was proficient in pranic healing and other New Age therapies), followed by a retreat for the religious by the Potta fathers in Sri Lanka. Despite and after all this, he advertises that he attended “a course in Buddhist meditation at the Vipassana Meditation Centre, Kanduboda, Sri Lanka.

 

 

 

“On my return, I announced my availability to teach this meditation to my Catholic students. The response was great and I conducted these sessions for them in the Brothers’ Chapel,” he writes.

Bro. Joseph Michael is the Director of the Institute of Spiritual Formation of Asia, Colombo and is thus able to influence many into doing a Vipassana course! Though he truthfully admitted that Vipassana is a Buddhist meditation, his article … was published in Vachanotsavam, which is the monthly of the Vincentian Fathers of the Potta Ashram.

 

Here is a scan of that issue of Vachanotsavam:

 



 

 

Here is the letter (edited) to the editor, Vachanotsavam, in response to the story in its April 2000 issue:

25 April 2000

You must be aware that every major Catholic evangelist strongly opposes the practise of yoga by Christians even in its most innocent forms as a simple breathing exercise or physical workout.

Bro. Trevor Lewis [Jeevan Asha Ministries, Mumbai] and Bro. Fritz Mascarenhas [Bangalore] include a condemnation of yoga in all their talks whenever they preach against occult practices like Zen, Reiki, Pranic Healing, etc. I have heard Bro. Fritz speak against yoga at Divine Retreat Centre itself. I am in complete and whole-hearted agreement with these preachers. […]

So it is most unfortunate that Vachanotsavam magazine has printed in its issue of April 2000 the information that a Cardinal of the Catholic Church founded a yoga centre and died in it: Cardinal Padiyara passes away,
page 8.

That particular information should have been edited out. Its inclusion is interpreted, rightly or wrongly, as an endorsement by the Church as well as by the Potta fathers that yoga [which is promoted by a Cardinal] may be safely and beneficially practised by Catholics.

During some of his recent talks, Fr. Mathew Naickomparambil VC has been sharing about his recuperating at a nature-therapy centre in Kerala. We are concerned that it could be the same one. Could you please clarify?

Also, many of us who love Potta and Divine Retreat Centre as our own, are of the firm opinion that even if it is a different one from the Yoga Centre, it is better that we do not refer to “nature cure” when preaching Jesus Christ, as less-informed persons might get misled or scandalized. Once again, we request you to clarify your position.

We have circulated copies of this letter to evangelists and lay leaders across the country as we are concerned about the increasing acceptance in the Church of yoga as a harmless physical exercise which it is not.

Sd/- Michael Prabhu and others, [postal address in full]

 

 

I reproduce below my letter (edited) to Fr. Augustine Mundackatt VC of Divine Retreat Centre (In December 2003, I was contacted by Fr. Mundackatt and my work was used by his team on their Australia mission in January 2004):

14 June 2000

Dear Reverend Father Augustine Mundackatt VC,

Please refer to the article “On the Road with the Lord” on pages 12-14 of the June issue of Vachanotsavam which I received by post today. It was written by Br. Joseph Michael FSC from Sri Lanka. We were roommates at the Divine Retreat Centre from February 7 to 25 while attending the Intensive Spiritual Refresher Course for priests, nuns and lay leaders in fulltime ministry.

While I greatly appreciate his testimony, I would like to bring to your attention certain facts about him and hos “testimony”.

In his article, he states “(I was informed) of a vacancy existing in a course on Buddhist meditation. I opted to participate in this course conducted by Ven. Madawala Upali (his guru is a Buddhist monk!) from August 19 to September 2, 1991, at the Vipassana Meditation Centre, Kanduboda. On my return, I announced my availability to teach the meditation to my Catholic students. The response was great and I conducted these sessions for them in the Brothers’ chapel.”

I have been doing research on alternative medicines like Pranic Healing and Reiki as well as into Eastern Meditation systems like Zen, T.M., Vipassana and also the practice of Yoga. Two of my articles on Pranic Healing are enclosed herewith for your kind perusal. I have given detailed information on the subject of Pranic Healing to Advocate A.M. Mathew after discussions with him in his room on February 8. On pages 67 to 69 you will find photocopies of an article by Capt. Mervin John Lobo published in your Divine Voice magazine of September 1999, pages 11 to 13. On page 11, he lists Vipassana along with Pranic Healing and Reiki under New Age. On page 12, he writes, and I quote, “It is pathetic to state that some of our clergy and laity are fascinated with Vipassana what Gautama Buddha had himself taught … This certainly is not the teaching of the Catholic Church.

Incidentally, I have sent my articles to Divine Voice on March 3, 2000.

On page 11 of his article, Capt. Lobo writes against the use of the word OM by Christians.

It was very sad to see that at the Bible College that I attended at Divine Retreat Centre from July 4 to August 15, 1999, many of the participants (lay persons and nuns) repeatedly sang bhajans using the OM mantra!!! Many participants were very unhappy about it but we could nothing as it was welcomed by the majority.

Returning to Bro. Joseph, he admitted at our very first meeting that he was into Zen, Pranic Healing, etc. Although I showed him my work, findings, etc., he was not interested to discuss anything or to have free copies that our other four roommates gladly accepted from me. Till the day he left, he was of the opinion that those practices are not in conflict with the Bible or Catholic teaching. Please bear in mind that by his own admission he teaches these to his young Catholic students! From what I could gather in my talks with him, charismatic retreats are just one more mystical experience for him alongside his other spiritual adventures.

 

During our stay at Divine Retreat Centre, there was one more incident that requires your attention. I append herewith the photocopy of a handwritten statement made by me at the Refresher Course on February 18, 2000, and I now type out the matter for your reading:

On the 15th February at around 9:00 PM, after I had met with Fr. Rufus Pereira, a gentleman introduced himself to me as Paul and asked me if I am the person who has studied on Pranic Healing. I replied in the affirmative. He asked then if he could speak with me in his room no. 107. As it was occupied, he suggested my room (no. 18) which was in the other block.

I was under the impression that he wanted to learn from me why Christians may not be associated with Pranic Healing.

However, he revealed that he was trained under the founder (Master Choa Kok Sui) in 1994 at three levels (Basic, Advanced and Pranic Psychotherapy). [He said that] one Fr. George Kolath of Changanassery diocese had influenced him.

He mentioned that their leader in Kerala is Sr. Eliza Kuppozhackel. He used terminology like auras, prana, chakras, etc., and said that he could feel, if he tried to, our etheric aura layers 3 to 4″ over our physical body.

Unasked, he proceeded to conduct a demonstration for the six of us present, on how to produce and experience Pranic power and energy. (Hastily) interrupting him, I presented my findings and conclusions that such practices are unacceptable, occult, satanic and they are, in philosophy and methodology, incompatible with Biblical revelation and Church teaching.

When I concluded after about 20 minutes, brother Paul, of his own accord, knelt down in the floor and asked for prayer.

This counsellor of Divine Retreat Centre returned on 16th night and had discussions and prayer with some of the undersigned. All the undersigned are witnesses to the truth of these things.”

I gave Paul a copy of one of my articles on Pranic Healing.

Bro. Joseph did not, unlike our other roommates, involve himself in the proceedings but observed and listened from his bed. I was compelled to put the events in writing and take the witness of my roommates because a couple of days later Paul denied that he had come to my room when it was known that the matter had reached the awareness of the Divine Retreat Centre authorities. He also told my roommates that I was in dire need of inner healing, counseling, etc.

Referring once again to Bro. Joseph’s article, on page 14 of the Vachanotsavam, in the second-last para he speaks of his encounter with fulltime lay ministers who were his roommates. One was John Pereira; the other is myself.

Bro. Joseph is a wonderful person but it remains a fact that he has been subtly deceived by his exposure to Buddhist meditations and occult healing therapies.

But what floors me is that his article stating that he is a Vipassana teacher to Catholic students is carried in your Vachanotsavam magazine. […]

 

 

Also the article carries in it your name … That in fact is the reason that I am writing to you now, because he mentions that “Fr. Augustine encouraged me to put (my testimony) into writing.” Thousands of Vachanotsavam subscribers all over the world will this month read the article and be either confused or misguided by the positive certificate given to Vipassana. […]

Will someone in Divine Retreat Centre have the courage to issue a statement correcting the situation?

 

Now I want to bring to your notice a news item that was carried in the Vachanotsavam issue of April 2000 titled “Cardinal Padiyara passes away“. I enclose herewith a copy of it along with a photocopy of my letter dated April 25, 2000, addressed to The Editor, Vachanotsavam. I have not received an acknowledgement. Catholics are already confused as many Catholic priests are propagating yoga through training sessions and publishing of books on yoga practice and now your article gives the impression that the yoga system is approved by Divine Retreat Centre. I believe that a clarification is needed here too. It will be good for me to receive it to include in my forthcoming article on yoga.

 

Almost every major Catholic lay preacher in India has received copies of my articles. I send them also to leaders of prayer groups in different cities. I have met many of the personally over the last 15 years of my encounter with Jesus Christ and my coming into ministry. Many of them have blessed my work and I believe that they have used it in their ministries.

 

I am sure that you would like to read Fr. Fio Mascarenhas SJ’s letter to me, page 6 of the 75-page set. I met him on the 31st of March in his room at St. Peter’s Church in Bandra, Mumbai, just after he mailed that letter to me. He called me a crusader, and blessed and greatly encouraged me.

 

Every single lay preacher I have met is of the firm opinion that Yoga and OM chanting are totally incompatible with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Some of these preachers give retreats or sessions at Divine Retreat Centre. I have to congratulate the Centre that OM has never been used, as far as my knowledge goes, in praise and worship at the Centre or in retreats conducted outside. Neither does it appear in your hymn books (whereas it most unfortunately is there in the Praise the Lord hymn books of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, Bhajan nos. 368 to 373.

 

I have attended several retreats and programmes at Divine Retreat Centre for six years now including the first Pentecost Blaze for counselors three years ago, apart from six weeks at the first Divine Bible College. I was on the Service Team of the Charismatic Renewal in Delhi from its inception in 1982 and I was present on all days when the Potta Fathers first preached in Malayalam in Delhi at Shahdara and Noida in 1990 or 1991.

During my research into New Age alternative medicine, I was shocked to find countless nun-sisters and priests who are practitioners and teachers of every conceivable type of occult therapy from Pranic Healing to reiki and AcuYoga to Zen Shiatsu. Please read my letter dated February 3, 2000, to my Bishop regarding the Catholic Health Association of India (CHAI). The Catholic Church is being subverted from within, and we should be greatly concerned.

I have visited Holistic Healing Centres in Pune and Chennai directed by nuns who are conducting courses on these New Age therapies 365 days in the year. My report to the CBCI is under preparation. Would you be interested in getting a copy of it, Father Augustine?

 

Till today, not one single priest (with the exception of Fr. James Manjackal MSFS under whom I attended Fr. Rebello’s School of Evangelization in Mangalore, 1997-1998, and Fr. I. Solomon Raj SJ, my parish priest and spiritual director) has responded supportively. Will you?

Yours …

 

Here is my letter (edited) to Advocate A.M. Mathew, preacher at the Divine Retreat Centre:

17 June 2000

Dear Brother in Jesus Christ,

To start with I would like to thank you very much for the tremendous support and encouragement that you had given me during my discussions with you in your room on February 8 and again when I was in distress on the 15th of the same month (because of the incident with Fr. Vallooran).

Your appreciation of my research and findings on Alternative Medicine has gone a long way in spurring me into more vigorous efforts in my lonely crusade against the great and unperceived dangers to the Church. It was very heartening to hear both you and brother Fritz Mascarenhas speak out against the practice by Christians of these New Age therapies and Eastern meditations at the Intensive Spiritual Refresher Course immediately after my discussions with you both. In fact, Fritz’s words of praise for my work, made in your presence, gave an additional boost to my resolve not to give up despite the almost total lack of response from those who are in the best position to use it.

I am sure that you will be happy to learn that Fritz has accepted my application to join the International Catholic Programme for Evangelization School in Bangalore, of which he is the Director, from July 15 to October 15.

On the 8th of February I had given you a letter dated 22.01.2000 addressed to Fr. Augustine Vallooran along with several enclosures pertaining to Reiki and Pranic Healing. I also submitted to him, through you, three copies of my article no. I on New Age Alternative Medicine. Now I am pleased to enclose herewith a copy of my article no. II along with photocopies of my letter to Fr. Augustine Mundackatt and to Fr. Mathew Naickomparambil dated 14 and 17 June respectively.

 

 

 

These two letters refer to two articles that were published in recent issues of Vachanotsavam magazine. One of the topics is Vipassana, the other is Yoga. Both the Vatican as well as the New Covenant magazine which is the voice of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the Church have issued warnings against the dangers of the practice of Yoga by Christians. These are include in my article on Yoga which I will be sending you shortly.

Regarding the incident about which Fr. Augustine Vallooran questioned me, you will find that one part of it (relating to the counselor Paul) is referred to in my letter to Fr. Augustine Mundackatt as I found it necessary to do so. I did not mention Fr. Vallooran as you can see.

I now feel it necessary to send you the record of the incident with preacher Bro. Aravindaksha Menon. My statement about the meeting with Paul in my room was signed by all my five roommates. This one was signed by two. It reads:

On the 16th February, at around 8:45 AM I had just entered the ground floor lobby of the main building and I was saying hello to one of the volunteers named R. Fuller. At that time, Jeswin Paul (Aravindaksha Menon) who is a senior preacher in the Centre, came to me and asked me about Dr. Paul Ganesh Iyer who was expelled from the Centre last May/June. I reminded him that I had warned him (Menon) and others three years ago that Iyer was a fraud but no one had taken me seriously and now he was doing great damage to the image of the Centre and the Church in Madras.

I also said that I had been trying to share with them all my findings about Reiki and Pranic Healing from the time of the Bible College in July-August 1999 but no one was interested. I had specifically approached Menon then but he had evinced no interest. Then, Menon in the presence of the volunteer said that one Fr. Jose Jacob (not a Vincentian but a priest who was troubling his Bishop and so was sent to stay at the Centre) is practising Reiki and Pranic Healing as well as Hypnotism. He said that Fr. Jose Jacob was residing in the Malayalam section, and the Fathers here (pointing to the rooms of the priests upstairs on the first floor) are not doing anything about it. The volunteer R. Fuller heard the entire sharing of Aravindaksha Menon. Looking at the volunteer, I once again asked Menon to repeat the name of the priest who is practising Reiki, etc., and he sad “Fr. Jose Jacob”.

The above information was again confirmed separately in my presence by R. Fuller to the two witnesses, my roommates in no. 18 in the New Block for three weeks at the Evangelization retreat and Spiritual Refresher Course February 7-25, 2000, who have signed my statement. His name may be shared in confidentiality.

The reason for the signed statement is that at the time of writing it, I had come to learn that Menon had denied saying any of the above-mentioned things to me. Praise the Lord. Dated February 20, 2000

 


 

 

 

 

You are aware that I left the Centre one day earlier in order to be able to attend the retreat of Jose Anathanam at Dhyana Ashram in Madras. I gave him copies of my work. He too preaches strongly against the spiritual practices like yoga, Reiki, Pranic Healing, etc.

Shortly thereafter, I spent 20 days in Mumbai and 4 days in Pune meeting leaders of prayer groups with my findings. Every one of them welcomed my work. In fact, a few days after my meeting with bro. Trevor Lewis, I had the opportunity of hearing him preach at an outreach in Thane and it was wonderful to hear him calling to repentance those in the gathering who were involved in practising Pranic Healing and Reiki.

I also met former ICCRS chairperson Fr. Fio Mascarenhas SJ. His encouraging letter to me is attached herewith.

 

The cancer of Eastern meditations and holistic healing has spread deep and wide into the Church. Even the late Orthodox Church Bishop Dr. Paulos Mar Gregorios was into ALL of the afore-mentioned practices, and more. He even wrote a book on the subject.

Many Catholic bishops and Cardinals have endorsed Yoga, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) etc. and some have trained themselves in them or have written glowing tributes to Catholic priest propagators in Forewords to their publications. I am presenting these evidences in forthcoming articles.

 

Thousands come to Divine Retreat Centre every week. The interpretation of the Bible and the Catholic doctrine and the guidelines to true Christian living that are preached there are imbibed by Catholics who are unable to get such information anywhere else. The Centre has the platform to reach the widest possible Catholic audience. It is my opinion that one talk on spiritual warfare, the occult and New Age is a must at every retreat. The issues of superstition, astrology, paying homage to Hindu gods, wearing of wristbands, etc. are usually addressed in the talk on sin given by C.K. Joseph. But emphasis must be made on the new and modern dangers such as the ones that I am writing about.

You may not be surprised to know that at both the Bible College and the Spiritual Refresher Course that I attended, there were many practitioners of Reiki and Pranic Healing among the laity and especially the nuns. After Fritz Mascarenhas spoke in condemnation of those evils, I overheard priests in the dining hall criticizing him and his stand. I spoke to a couple of them but to no avail. Recently, Vipassana training was imposed on the unwilling novices of the Pius X seminary in Mumbai.

I am writing all this to you because I believe that you are a prophet. I have met all the charismatic lay leaders in India in my eighteen year walk with the Lord. You are one man who is simple, sincere and uncompromising. I believe that you can do what needs to be done. May Our Lord guide your way.

Yours …

 

Here is my letter to Fr. Mathew Naickomparambil VC, founder of the Potta Ashram:

17 June 2000

Dear Reverend Father Mathew Naickomparambil,

Allow me to introduce myself. I am Michael Prabhu presently living in Chennai. I was in part-time ministry for ten years in Delhi during which time I first attended retreats preached by you and your team in Malayalam at Shahdara and Noida in 1990/91. I am now in full time ministry since 7 years during which period I have attended several retreats at the Divine Retreat Centre as well as your Centre’s outreaches in other cities. I have also been privileged to attend your counselors’ training (Pentecost Blaze), your first Bible College, and other special programmes.

I have enclosed herewith a copy of my letter to Fr. Augustine Mundackatt VC dated June 14, 2000, as well as a copy of my letter to the editor, Vachanotsavam magazine, both of which are self-explanatory.

Kindly find the time to read them very carefully as they concern two very important issues:

1. Mention in Vachanotsavam April 2000 issue of Cardinal Padiyara founding a Yoga centre

2. Mention in Vachanotsavam June 2000 issue of Bro. Joseph Michael FSC teaching Vipassana meditation to Catholic students in a chapel

I have almost completed my study and am finishing articles on the subjects of Yoga and Vipassana explaining why Catholics may not practise them.

Meanwhile I am pleased to take the liberty of enclosing herewith two of my articles dealing with the New Age alternative medicines like Reiki and Pranic Healing. I have done nearly two years of research on these and other therapies and possess a lot of information which I believe is yet unknown to the Church authorities in India. I circulate my findings free of cost to Catholics on a personal basis. I have sent copies of them to Catholic magazines including your Divine Voice but they were not published.

I have met my Bishop Most Rev. Dr. Lawrence Pius Dorairaj several times and he has taken all my papers in the form of letters to him with enclosures but he too remains silent. I have also reached one set to the Bishop of Mangalore. One such set is enclosed herewith for you. Please see Fr. Fio Mascarenhas’ letter to me. I am confident that you will do the needful.

Advocate A.M. Mathew has all my papers except the letters from March 2000 onwards.

Yours …

 

Here is my letter (edited) to the singing duo Glen and Teresa La’Rive, praise and worship leaders:

19 June 2000

Dearest Glen (and Teresa),

 

 

 

I want to bring you up-to-date with what has been happening in my life and in my ministry since our last meetings during the three weeks in Divine Retreat Centre at the Evangelization Retreat and Intensive Spiritual Refresher Course for Priests, Religious and Lay persons in fulltime ministry. […]

You will recall the incident with Fr. Augustine Vallooran that took place in the dining hall on February 15 when I was not given a proper hearing and was wrongly accused.

Because of certain articles appearing in Vachanotsavam, it has become necessary for me to write to Frs. Augustine Mundackatt and Mathew Naickomparambil and also to Advocate A.M. Mathew (copies enclosed here for you).

It became imperative also that I write to others like bro. C.K. Joseph and inform all concerned about the February 15 incident and in regard to what bro. Jeswin Paul (Aravindaksha Menon) told me, as well as what happened in my room with counselor Paul.

Read the enclosed article written by Pamela Mehta that was carried in the February 2000 issue of Nitya Aradhana, the magazine published by Fr. Jose Vettiyankal VC from the Vincentian Ashram, Chembur, Mumbai. I have already given you copies of articles from the Divine Voice, etc. written by lay persons against Yoga, Vipassana, etc. Isn’t it strange then that Vachanotsavam, another Vincentian publication, carries articles giving these practices a favourable reference?

Also refer to one article which I have given you from the Divine Bible College Souvenir 1999, page 12. Please correct the name of the author from Britto Fernandes to read as D. Charles who is the brother-in-law of the Bishop of Madras-Mylapore Most Rev. Lawrence Pius Dorairaj. In that article, Mr. Charles too has condemned Pranic Healing, Reiki, T.M. Yoga, etc.

Both bro. Fritz Mascarenhas and Advocate A.M. Mathew had the courage during the Refresher Course to warn participants not to practice the above-named Eastern meditations and alternative therapies.

But no priest at Divine Retreat Centre has as yet said a single word of condemnation against these practices.

On their return to Chennai, some retreatants brief me about the happenings at the Centre. I am very pleased to hear that you now and then mention Reiki as an occult therapy in your talk, Glen. But it’s not enough. People tell me, “He didn’t mention Pranic Healing or … …” or that you didn’t say anything at all. When I asked you about it, you said you would speak only if the Holy Spirit guides you to. But, Glen, He wants you to. There is no one else who will do so to the thousands who come week after week and who need to be enlightened about these things. For many, it might be the only or last chance to break free from deception and bondage to the occult and New Age, and to confess and be saved. What are you waiting for?

I appeal to you to speak out in every single talk that you give.

I believe that in the retreats at the Centre there should be one talk on the occult and New Age because of the high level of their occurrence in the institutionalized Church. […]

With love and thanks for your support and encouragement over the past five years.

Mike

After the incident with Fr. Vallooran, Glen and Teresa met me at the rear of the hall during one of the sessions, consoled me, and gave me a 100 rupee note in solidarity with my ministry. 100 rupees went a long way in the year 2000 and it was one of the first ever tithes that I received!

 

On June 20, 2000, I wrote a one-page letter on the same lines as all the above others to Fr. Mathew Elavunckal, the Director of the Tabor Divine Retreat Ashram in Kalyan, Mumbai, whom I had met there during my visit on March 21, 2000, and enclosed some of my articles.

 

Here is my letter to Fr. Joseph Ayyankolil VC, the Director of Arulalayam, Vincentian Ashram, Chennai:

19 June 2000

Dear Fr. Joseph,

I was very pleased to receive your kind letter dated 5th June inviting me to join the next get-together on 25th June of those who had completed the Divine Bible College (first batch) at Muringoor. God-willing, I will be there.

I had written to you that I would not be able to attend two earlier meetings at Arulalayam because I was attending the Spiritual Refresher Course at Muringoor for three weeks in February, and had again been away for three weeks to Mumbai and Pune in March.

On the 23rd of January, during my last meeting with you and our group, I had shared with all about my research and my findings on Pranic Healing.

I was apprehensive about your reaction since it was not one of the regular matters on our agenda and I had also not discussed it with you earlier. I was delighted when you allowed me to complete my presentation. And I was delighted when you later accepted a copy of my set of letters to my Bishop Lawrence Pius Dorairaj and told me that I was doing a very important ministry for the good of the Church. […]

You will recall that one of our group, Alexander, (Bible College, Malayalam, 5th batch) confessed that he was a trained Pranic Healer. One of our group, James, from the 1st batch, told me that he too is into this therapy. That makes two persons from our little group of twenty. This is evidence of how many of our charismatic Catholics are compromised.

Even at the Bible, at the Refresher Course for Priests, Religious and Laity, etc., and in every single prayer group that I’ve been to and made enquiries, I have found from 5 to 25% of their members tainted by these occult practices.

I am enclosing additional information which I am sure you will find useful. There is also the report on the Pranic Healing Convention held at Good Shepherd School, Chennai, the very same day we met and when you had blessed Stella, Alice, my wife Angela and me and sent us out there to do our ministry (of distributing my papers to the participants).

 

 

There is a Holistic Healing Centre in Mogappier, very near to your Centre, founded and headed since the last 15 years by Sr. Muriel Fernandez ICM. She runs courses on Pranic Healing, Reiki and a host of other New Age alternative therapies.

Till we meet on the 25th,

Yours …

Sadly, I have to report that this good priest left the Vincentian Congregation and the Church and serves at the “church” of the Emperor Emmanuel cult in Muriyad which is but just a few kilometres down the road from the Divine Retreat Centre, Muringoor and the Potta Ashram which are run by his former confreres. He is not even permitted to preach here as all talks are given only by the cult founder Joseph Ponnara to the retreatants who come there every week. He is allowed to offer a parody of the “Mass” but with no homily.

 

Here is my letter to Mr. C.K. Joseph, head of the team of counselors at the Divine Retreat Centre, Muringoor:

19 June 2000

Dear brother Joseph,

My name is Michael Prabhu. My walk with the Lord commenced in 1982 when I abandoned my assumed Hindu identity, reaffirmed my lapsed Catholic faith, and entered part-time ministry planting prayer groups and organizing the formation of the first Delhi Service Team of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. Since 1995, I am in full-time ministry in Chennai. On the basis of my 18 years in ministry I can write to you because you always inform us of your 20 years standing in the Renewal. Still, my letter is written to you in humility and as a brother in Jesus Christ because I believe that there are things that you need to be made aware of.

I attended retreats in Malayalam preached by the Potta Fathers in the Delhi region ten years ago and organized people to reach the two centres in my car. We also organized many retreats in Delhi, two of which were preached by your Advocate A.M. Mathew about 15 years ago. I have studied the Word of God in Delhi under bro. Terence Fonn of Mumbai, and gone to Evangelization School in Mangalore under the later Fr. Francis Rebello SJ and Fr. James Manjackal MSFS. I trained as a counselor under Fr. George Jacob Poothakuzhy at the Renewal Retreat Centre in Bangalore and again at Pentecost Blaze at the Divine Retreat Centre where I also attended the first batch of the Bible College (English). It was also my privilege to attend the three months International Catholic Programme for Evangelization in Bangalore in the year 2000. Besides preaching the Word of God, I do one-on-one ministry in Catholic apologetics.

During the Evangelization cum Intensive Spiritual Refresher Course for Priests, Religious and Lay Persons in Ministry, February 6 to 25, 2000 in Divine Retreat Centre I was led by the Lord to ask you for some of your valuable time. I have always greatly appreciated you powerful talks on “sin” and the Ten Commandments, and had a high regard for your sincerity. I tried to tell you about my background and the reason for my wanting to talk with you. However, you were most unfriendly, brusque, discourteous, rude, and even arrogant. You did not even slow down your hurried walk away from the main hall and I had to keep running to keep pace with you. You thought that I was one of the participants in the regular initiation retreat and I tried my best to tell you that I was not. Finally, all I could get from you was a curt “meet me tomorrow, 11 o’clock, after the talk”. I did not think that I could do so as I was attending the growth retreat which has a different timetable but the following day there you were, passing me near the Divine Youth building.

When I interrupted you in your hurried walk, I found that you had already forgotten me and your insincere appointment.

This time when I attempted to explain my reasons for wanting to meet with you, you asked me why I was attending the growth retreat which you said was meant for priests only and you instructed me to “leave that side” and “come this side” and attend the regular initiation retreat.

It is strange that you as a lay person who is now an eminent preacher is so proud and self-conceited and treat other lay persons so shabbily without even knowing who you might be talking to. There are many, many lay people attending initiation retreats repeatedly to gain a deeper spiritual experience. These persons are tremendous evangelizers and soul-winners back in their home towns, but they come and sit with humility in the assembly at the Centre and go back unknown and unrecognized.

But the tendency for many preachers at the Centre is to put all retreatants into one category – that of spiritual beggars.

You yourself can take a look at the long, unsmiling faces (until a woman asks them for counseling) of the majority of the preachers when they come off stage, and you will understand what I mean. You are there, brother Joseph, to SERVE the people of the Lord, not to lord it over them.

This letter may hurt your feelings, but if taken in the right spirit, it will do you much good. […] You are the head of the team of counsellors. I had wanted to present you with my findings on Pranic Healing and Reiki healing. In attendance every week at the Centre, there are scores of people who have trained in or teach these occult practices back home. Your counselor Paul is a trained Master Pranic Healer. I know that other counselors in your team have recommended these New Age therapies to retreatants. Your counselors need to be educated on these matters. I had long back suggested this to your Director, Fr. Augustine Vallooran, but he too had dismissed me very curtly.

I have handed over a lot of information to Glen and Teresa La’Rive and to Advocate Mathew.

Please read the copies of my letters addressed to Frs. Augustine Mundackatt and Naickomparambil, etc. enclosed herewith, for a larger picture.

Yours …

 

For the third time in two years, the Potta Ashram’s Vachanotsavam magazine promotes New Age.

The errors were in the November 2001 issue in article titled “Is prayer really effective?” by Dr. Fr. George Arackal VC.

 

 

Here is my letter to the editor of Vachanotsavam under copy to Fr. Augustine Vallooran, etc.:

19 December 2001

Dear Reverend Fathers,

I was terribly shocked to read the article “Is prayer really effective?” by Dr. Fr. George Arackal VC in your Vachanotsavam issue of November 2001, a copy of which was mailed to me by a friend from Bangalore who is as shell-shocked as I am.

He wrote to me: “Apparently the author finds nothing diabolical in Pranic Healing and attributes such healing to the release of some psychic powers from the human body. He also maintains that retreat centres employ some psychological methods to get people to pray, which releases psychic energy. Is he then for or against Pranic Healing? Does he attribute healings at retreat centres to be partly due to this mysterious power? Having made a study of such matters, you will be the best person to refute these views if they are as patently wrong as they appear to be.”

Even an ordinary lay person has been able to discern the serious errors in the article. It is quite unbelievable that such an article was written by a Catholic priest. Even more amazing is that Fr. George Arackal is of the Vincentian Congregation who run the Potta Ashram and Divine Retreat Centres across India. Even if this particular priest is himself deceived, how does one explain that the article escaped scrutiny by so many supposedly Spirit-filled persons on the staff of Vachanotsavam?

It only underlines the ignorance of what is good and what is evil of those who saw it and allowed its printing.

And this is not the first time that it has happened with you.

Please read my letters of June 2000 (copies enclosed) to Rev. Frs. Augustine Mundackatt and Mathew Naickomparambil concerning the article “On the Road with the Lord” in the June 2000 issue of Vachanotsavam, written by Br. Joseph Michael FSC of Sri Lanka wherein he mentions that he taught the Buddhist meditation Vipassana to Catholic students in the De La Salle brothers’ chapel. He is also a trained Pranic Healer, etc.

I have also written to you on April 25, 2000 (copy enclosed) when in your April 2000 issue you published that a Cardinal of the Church founded a Yoga centre and died in it. I did not receive a response either from you or from any of the other authorities in the Centre. Because of your errors and lack of response, I cancelled my subscription to your magazine.

I have done much research and written several articles on Eastern meditation systems like Zen and Yoga, and New Age alternative medicines such as Pranic Healing and Reiki. They have been given personally or posted to many senior preachers at Divine Retreat Centre.

Your counselor Paul is a certified Pranic Healer and Reiki Master. Jolly Sebastian, the in-charge of the Drug Rehabilitation Centre in 1998 was a Level 2 Master Reiki Healer. The German Johannes Michael Rix who was in the Intercession Ministry, Gethsemane, under Sr. Mareena was a Level I master Reiki Healer. The last two named individuals have surrendered to me their course materials as well as their original certificates. If I as a visitor could find out these three persons, there surely must be more, many more. In fact, when I was attending the Evangelisation Retreat and Intensive Spiritual Refresher Course conducted at Divine Retreat Centre (DRC) February 7-25, 2000. I was asked by Fr. Augustine Vallooran to leave the Divine Retreat Centre for “telling lies” about the DRC which relates to my discussing my findings with others like Fr. Rufus Pereira of the International Association of Exorcists and his colleague, the Secretary of the AIE and the International Association for Deliverance (IAD), Erika Gibello, in the priests’ dining hall. I have submissible written and printed proof about the earlier names three persons.

On February 16, 2000, your preacher Mr. Aravindaksha Menon informed me in the presence of a volunteer named R. Fuller that one Fr. Jose Jacob (not a Vincentian but a priest who was troubling his Bishop and so was sent to stay at the Centre) was practising Reiki and Pranic Healing as well as Hypnotism. He was residing in the Malayalam section.

Dr. Fr. George Arackal VC may well be a trained Master in either Reiki or Pranic Healing, or like counselor Paul, in both.

His entire article contains words, phrases, ideas and philosophies that are common to New Age alternative therapies and Holistic Healing systems. He may be into Yoga or Vipassana or Zen oriental (Chinese or Hindu) meditation systems. In any case, I have to say that the priest is greatly deceived. I do not want to quote Scripture passages to show where in his article he has erred. Anyone with the least amount of discernment can see that.

I want to draw your attention to a very important point: Fr. Arackal, unlike as is the custom in articles in Vachanotsavam, did not use a single verse from the Bible in his article. People who believe in New Age stuff and practise them never do.

Are not the words of Jesus very true in the case of Fr. Arackal: “Are you not misled because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God.”? (Mark 12:24)

Is Fr. Arackal trying to say rhetorically through the title of his article IIs Prayer really effective?” that it is not prayer that heals the retreatants at Divine Retreat Centre and elsewhere. In fact, one gathers from his article that it is the Self, or one’s mind, or mental concentration, or mass hysteria or group dynamics, or psychological manipulation through the use of repeated chanting (such as “Praise the Lord”, “Hallelujah”…) accompanied by the loud-volume music, that heals! Even the “atmosphere of hypnotism” that he mentions? He is certainly writing derogatorily about you all, his charismatic confreres, and yet you have published his article in your magazine.

Note also, that although a priest, he does not once talk to the three youths in the train about Jesus.

After coming regularly to your Centre for nearly seven years, I estimate that at least one person in ten at your retreats is involved in New Age occult. Former chairpersons of the Charismatic Renewal Fr. Fio Mascarenhas SJ and Fr. A.J. Thamburaj SJ bring the Hindu “OM” “under the lordship of Jesus”, recommend “Christian Yoga” and are silent on whether Pranic Healing, Reiki, Yoga, etc. are occult or not.

Will you at least break the deafening silence and speak the truth before more souls are deceived and lost?

Yours …

 

 

 


 

 


 


The very people that hundreds of thousands of retreats are flocking to for enlightenment and deliverance are themselves in bondage to every form of evil.

I did receive response from both the editor of Vachanotsavam as well as Fr. Vallooran.

There are other threads to certain issues in this present file; they will be or already have been dealt with in other reports. Some photographs follow in the report no. 04-B and the responses of the editor of Vachanotsavam as well as of Fr. Vallooran will be included there when located.

 

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