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6 years ago
corboy
In India tassawuf aka "Sufism" mingled with indigenous Hindu practice, especially bhakti. One variant that emerged were the sant mat movements - Kabir, Nanak, and a modern 19th century movement, Sant Mat. One subvariety is Radhasomi of which there are a myriad of sects -- Radhasoami Beas being most famous. Here is an overview of their practice. It may have influenced modern e
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
9 years ago
corboy
Concerning Naked Yoga...another venture offered this. Read here. Now, to the matter of secrecy in Muktananda and Gurumayi's Siddha Yoga and SYDA Yoga respectively. Sarah Caldwell, a former devotee of Siddha Yoga, wrote an article entitled The Heart of the Secret, well worth reading. QuoteThe seeds Baba (Muktananda) planted have not withered away, however. Today,nearly twenty years a
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
11 years ago
corboy
And, within these two yoga groups led successively by Muktananda and Gurumayi, former participants reported that disciples who were therapists were flattered and encouraged to form dual relationships with clients. Professionally and morally and legally that is considered wrong. For if a devotee and therapist both adore the same guru, but the devotee begins to have troubles and misgivings about
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
13 years ago
corboy
A Case Study: Corruption of the Psychotherapeutic Process within SYDA Yoga. (taken from a dialog on AOL in 1996) (Note: Further on in the Dialog it states these conferences took place in the early 1980s. So this wasnt a brief aberration in SYDA yoga culture. It appears to have been a systematic long term pattern. C) Here is a quote indicating how early this corruption process took p
Forum: Clergy and Therapy Abuse
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