The Secret Life of Swami Muktananda.
Chandra Dinga has taken years to come to terms with her experience with Muktananda; “Your whole frame of reference becomes askew,” she said. “What you would normally think to be right or wrong no longer has any place. The underlying premise is that everything the guru does is for your own good. The guru does no wrong. When I finally realized that everything he did was not for our own good, I had to leave.”
In a way, the sex, the violence, and the corruption aren’t the real point. Muktananda’s personal shortcomings were bad enough, explained Michael Dinga, but “the worst of it was that he wasn’t who he said he was.”