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Re: Uma Inder , Umaa
Posted by: abusesurvivor ()
Date: March 23, 2018 07:08AM

Here's a very detailed expose from an org called Families Against Cult Teachings all about Uma Inder. Uma Inder Expose

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Re: Uma Inder , Umaa
Posted by: wts ()
Date: May 10, 2018 06:45AM

I know testimonies and experiences going back on more than a decade.She is and has always been a master at making enemies. She treats people like dirt, self-serving, transactionally relate and overall a very “dark” person.I am surprised,I guess it highlights her impressive story-telling skill, that she managed to get so much out of students and followers. I guess mystified stories sells. All her knowledge you can get from buying books from Bihar Publication. You want a teacher, get someone kind, genuine and doesn’t transactionally interact with you, with interest. The real Teachers, “Guru” don’t refer themselves as that. She has claimed how “The Love always wins”, sells promise of “Health”, “Truth” from psychological breakdowns based on her own “embodiment”, even going as far as how she was “cured” from HIV and infertility. It’s ok to not believe what you read here, be aware anyway.I have a feeling she has toned down her teachings from all this, beyond that, she’s still the same rude,manipulative, arrogant woman.

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Re: Uma Inder , Umaa
Posted by: nowthewiser ()
Date: May 10, 2018 11:22PM

There is another article about Uma’s abuses and also how Yoga Barn did not handle it well:

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Uma Inder and The Yoga Barn - took two to tango
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: May 12, 2018 11:58PM

The Yoga Barn Guru - Inside Uma Inder's Cult - the article cited by now the wiser
needs careful attention.

This is more than Uma Inder. From what Be Scofield's sources have said, the Yoga Barn received many specific complaints from Uma Inder's former students, their grave concern for the safety of her current students.

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A Complex Tale
This story is about an abusive yoga teacher who propped herself up as an infallible Guru. But it’s also a story about how yoga studios should handle allegations of abuse. How do they respond to victims’ stories? What sort of responsibility do they have to name the abuse and work to protect future students? How do they create a safe space for students who’ve experienced trauma? Should teachers like Uma remain certified by the Yoga Alliance? What processes are needed to heal and repair the damage.

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Re: Uma Inder , Umaa
Posted by: wts ()
Date: May 23, 2018 11:04AM

That story is blowing up. I actually feel nauseous from it. I bow out from these discussions. Also, reading the loyal defenders logic without addressing any of the evidence (it is literlly on record!! the fury raging narcism is real!!) makes it seems like this is just going to be another saga that doesn’t have an ending. I am going to focus on myself now, completely getting rid of toxicity out of my system. As for the Yoga Barn, for me, all the shady shit she was doing was outside of it, if anything she breached her working visa rule and she has a lot to answer for. Even Aranya isn’t a legit licensed business. And anyway, people do come seeking in Bali. She just happened to managed to make a fortune selling her spiritualised trauma, laced in esoteric jargon and “love”. Those who don’t get it? Not clean, blocked, not ready. It just becomes his vs her story. She’ll never change or quit. Also, take a good look of her eyes. There’s this certain glazed crazy look,and there’s no levelling with crazy, especially the narcisstic kind.

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