Ex-Big Boss contestant turned Nun, Sofia Hayat surprised the world by giving up glamour and other worldly pleasures for something more meaningful and spiritual. “We are beautiful without make-up.. hair-colour.. fashion. We are perfect the way we are. I am sorry I gave you the wrong impression otherwise. I am changed. I love you all. Gaia Sofia Mother,” she posted on her Instagram account.
However, Mother Sofia has continued to make headlines being her bold self. Recently she posted a picture on Instagram and received a lot of hate from her Social Media followers.
Take yourself so high that you become the light of divinity. Anyone who criticizes any skin show.. I am still wearing more clothes than Baba Ram Dev. Our Gods have always been beautiful. Anyone who judges and criticizes, needs to clean their minds and look at this picture, and indeed every woman as a sacred being of creation. A Goddess. When time began a woman on her period was considered sacred. Her blood was sacred. It was the sign of fertility. Now women hide the fact they are menstruating, and are considered unclean. Ask yourself why? The negative, masculine, left brained archon energy did this. The archons are now gone. Remove the programming of associating negativity with women. It is time. The sacred feminine energy is back and is here to stay in all her power, glory and fertility of the earth and LOVE. Namaste Salaam Gaia Mother Sofia #selfie #yoga #goddess #love #yoga
Instagram users responded to Hayat’s bold images with rude comments and criticised her of faking spiritualism and her decision to become a nun was nothing but a drama to gain attention. To all the negative comments Hayat received on the internet, she responded with a video for all the haters as to why are women always judged for the choices they make. She went ahead and said that she wears more clothes than Yoga Guru, Baba Ramdev.
“People like Baba Ramdev wear a lot less clothes than my yoga pictures, so why are women being penalised? Wake up, lose fear, stop judging and love everybody”