Mostly people are searching for a Guru according to their nature and according to their need. Other people will be reading spiritual books, going to church, mosque or temple, doing puja or prayer.
Not everybody will find a Guru. And it is not necessary for everyone to have a Guru in their life. When the time comes, they will find a Guru. The Guru recognises the disciple and initiates. But the disciple cannot recognise the Guru. It is not in their hands; they cannot. As I said before: otherwise there is no meaning.
Ram Krishna said to Vivekananda, “I am your Guru”, and at first he said, “No I don’t want a Guru.” When Bare Baba, Lahiri Mahasaya met Babaji, he did not recognise him, and Babaji said, “I have been waiting for you for a long time.” So the Guru is recognising and some circumstances will come in your favour to find a Guru. But you will not be able to recognise.
People may read about me and want to find me but it does not necessarily mean that all of them will be my disciples or that I will give (Kriya Yoga) initiation to everyone who comes and asks.
However, I am very sure that, if you have absolute trust in God, the Almighty, all-supporting Lord, your need will most certainly be met.