> You can contact your local Sangha group with your
> concerns and ask that someone be willing to answer
> your questions. If you meet with resistance, it
> could be a further indication that the Moo group
> is not open to constructive criticism or open to
> making changes - and subsequently is not
> interested in the welfare of its members.
Namaste, Thank you. I tried this for the past days but did not get a response from the sangha leader. Guess I am being ignored.
> If you can, make contact with others whose lives
> have been negatively effected by this group. There
> are several support groups for Mooji's
on Facebook where you can do
> this. One such group is called 'Leaving Mooji'.
> Otherwise, it could be worth contacting the
> spiritual teacher called 'Kosi' who has recently
> spoken out against Moo, having personally come
> into contact with ex-members of Moo's who were
> traumatized. Her website: [www.kosi.org
Yes, I am already following 'Leaving Mooji' and have posted there. Kosi is my next stop.
> The spiritual commentator Rick Archer has also had
> contact with traumatized ex-students of Moo, and
> subsequently removed Moo's interviews from his
> website. Rick is a member of the organisation
> 'Association for Spiritual Integrity'
> you can find out more about here:
Yes, I joined the GATGAP forum before coming to this space. You may also want to check up 'mooji cult abuse recovery group' on FB.
> A class-action lawsuit by people who have been
> damaged by this group is also not out of the
> question; human rights lawyers are sometimes
> willing to work for free, to bring attention to
> the abuse of human rights. You would have to
> contact a community legal rights center in your
> country. I would recommend you get others on board
> with this idea, as it is a big undertaking.
Was wondering if several groups can be joined together to create a larger concerted effort. eg. CE + leavingmooji + batgap . Anyone initiated anything already?