Miraculous is life and that is something we all have and pains and sufferings are caused when we try to. You may be following Guru but essentially the real issue is not the Guru but one’s own belief and faith that have to be developed from within. Guru is only a medium and cannot be termed as a whole enterprise he is like a person who can help you when you are thirsty by showing you water, also giving you water in a vessel now it all depends how you use it,
a. if you just keep the water then the thirst will be always there… this has happened to much of the knowledge that was spread by Saints and Guru’s of ancient times. Many of the scriptures in India is still worshipped like a God but very few of the people know the immense knowledge they most be losing out by just keeping it there.
b. if you pour it on another plant, you would be nourishing it, but then you would again ask for water. But if a person is able to share the water between his thirst and the thirst of plant then this is a true form of learning where you gain and you also are able to pass on the knowledge to others.
c. if you drink it then the thirst would be quenched but then if another requires water for quenching thirst then the person should be humble enough to show the water and if possible provide the same to the person then it is a divine form of passing knowledge
d. if you drink the water and move ahead then it is only satisfaction of the selfish needs.
Miracles does happen every moment of time and it does help in reinforcing the belief that a Guru is required to show the path but then Guru has to be a part of you and you a part of Guru then only the faith happens. When the belief is only there then only solutions are there but when the belief transforms into faith then there is no difference between Guru and disciple. Whatever the disciple wants Guru becomes a medium for the achievement of the same and also when
the Guru wants something to be achieved from you then it also happens on its own.
Belief= Disciples requirement –> Guru’s intervention –> Nature’s source –> Guru’s solution –> Disciples implementation of the solution –>Nature’s implementation of the solution
Faith= Disciple requirement –> Guru’s requirement –> Nature’s source–> implementation by Guru and Shishya with the help of nature
Thus it is essential to transform the belief into faith before people can comment. Definitely many people have benefited from various Teachers, Guru’s, deities etc but then the effort should be to transform the belief into faith. Faith is not blind, belief is blind as it is based on the experiences of others; faith gets developed once the inner consciousness is able to link with the whole nature itself.
Belief works on the material realm while faith works on the universal level, it is the most difficult thing to achieve yet those who have been able to achieve it have reached a level of pure awareness where the whole of the nature is nothing more than pure cosmic dance of Shiva and Shakti.