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Don't want Mooji reminders? Clean out your cache and cookies
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: August 21, 2023 12:03AM

Anyone trying to break away from Mooji risks getting sudden
Mooji pix and reminders on their phones.

I get unwanted Mooji pop up advertising on my phone because of what I research.

Trying to forget Mooji and don't want reminders? Go to your phone and other digital devices and clean out your browsing history, cache and cookies.

Algorithms and Search Engine Optimization are used against us. Show any interest in meditation, yoga, etc and you will be fed search results and ads for lots of egoistic gurus who employ internet PR specialists.

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Re: Don't want Mooji reminders? Clean out your cache and cookies
Date: August 22, 2023 12:10AM

Great points corboy.
As he's indoctrinated so many with images of his own "holiness", it's no doubt difficult for people to leave such a cult of personality.

For some time, it's been clear that Mooji has narcissistic personality disorder. He's clearly in love with his own image. Here's a quick paragraph on this from a site on NPD

"People with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) are in love with an idealized, grandiose image of themselves. And they're in love with this inflated self-image precisely because it allows them to avoid deep feelings of insecurity. But propping up their delusions of grandeur takes a lot of work—and that's where the dysfunctional attitudes and behaviors come in."

All the incessant photos of Mooji they put out are just ways for him to avoid his deep insecurity. It's rather sad, that he's ruining people's lives just because he never had therapy.

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Lopez ()
Date: August 25, 2023 07:50PM

I just saw the netflix series about "how to" be a cult leader. They got it spot on and did their home work a real blue print to Monte Sahaja aka mooji cashram.
A sea of red flags abound in such flurry that you would need a work sheet to sort it all out. Mooji btw looks old ad frail these days, internal updates are guarded.
He was seen at the local church recently and sat like a old man bent over his stick.He lost weight and has separated from the swedish woman. The head count at the Ashram is way down to levels of about 8 years ago. Officailly closed but they keep inviting people ( with money ). The sighn on the road has been taken down and often locals are stopped and asked directions.....tbc

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Lopez ()
Date: August 26, 2023 06:17PM

Also In the local village the story is that more Real Estate has been purchased. 1 More flag...

I have heard about the farmers around seem upset because they found out the Monascarry has more than 35 water holes sucking up more water than anyone else around. I guess he needs it for the many fish ponds. Meanwhile the few that are left up there are only allowed one bucket for a shower. Flag.

Also he gives secrete satsangs where he starts targeting certain people he doesn't like. In one such video he went as far as 'this and that persone should not come into your house!'

Now this brings two huge flags again. First this os done in secrete, which is really like a kind of mafia, who else needs all these secretes?

The second problem is the whole idea that they are better than someone else...
Selected Social process, in the end just another big red flag.Us and them, classic cult 101,

I supoose at this stage one could argue, Anthony moojiyung has made a text book of how to be a guru in 2020 (with social media etc...)

The money held in total assets has surpassed 10 million eu.And those are just the official numbers.

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Date: October 28, 2023 04:49AM

Recently "Shree" (Mooji's version of Anand Sheela) posted a letter:

"Online Disinformation & Slander"


They're clearly upset that there is a huge amount of new followers at the facebook group: Mooji Exposed - Behind The Satsangs (The Hidden Aspects)
There have been more than a thousand new followers in one week alone, almost 8000 total now


It's a good group. People used to come here to share their negative experiences, not they're doing it under their own name. All the greatest hits of his cult videos are linked there, plus Be's article, plus a link to this forum.

Scrolling through the comments on that fb page, you can see a whole lot of people were never aware of all the abusive and disturbing things that are associated with Mooji.

Keep up the good work everyone!

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: October 28, 2023 10:57PM

Going forward let's see if the Facebook group has as good or better protection from trolls than the this discussion thread:)

The exposes really began 5 years ago when a single brave individual stepped forward.


Here's the post that launched thousands of views:


Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 10/28/2023 11:01PM by corboy.

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Date: November 07, 2023 07:04AM

Apparently there has been an attempted suicide at Mooji's ashram in Portugal.
Details are slim, but it sounds like the person was taken to hospital, and is still alive.

No doubt they've all been told to not speak of this!

If anyone knows anything about this, but doesn't want to go public, feel free to pm me.

I knew someone who did commit suicide who was deeply into Mooji, so perhaps I could offer some private thoughts.


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Re: Mooji a cult?
Date: November 11, 2023 01:07AM

Sahara71 posted the following here on September 11, 2019:

"If anyone who has been personally adversely effected by the Mooji cult, then you can raise your concerns with the U.K. Charity Commission.

The Mooji Foundation are a registered charity, which is how they maintain a tax-free status and hoard all the money. However, they are legally held accountable to how they treat their volunteers.

Take a look at this link: []

If you are suffering psychological distress form your time in this cult (or any cult) then please contact your trusted local doctor for a referral to a trained, experienced, registered psychologist who can help you to heal."

Hopefully in the four years since that post, some people have wrote directly to the charity.

Yesterday, I saw that someone has started a petition calling for the Charity Commission for England and Wales to
investigate the Mooji Foundation Ltd and revoke their Charity status.

This is a great, solid thing we can do to shut down this abusive fraud.

I've checked, and you can choose not to display your name when you sign.
So, if you've "got out" and want to help shut him down, you can do so anonymously.

If you've been following this saga, and want to add a comment to the petition you can. So far there are great comments showing up.

The appearance of this petition is great news for all of us who have been trying to expose Mooji for years!

Go here to sign the petition: []

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Greentrees44 ()
Date: February 15, 2024 02:17AM

Papaji's bad apples Wrote:
> Apparently there has been an attempted suicide at
> Mooji's ashram in Portugal.
> Details are slim, but it sounds like the person
> was taken to hospital, and is still alive.

I was a 'follower' between 2008 and about 2013, I observed a few times that Mooji's crowd occasionally attracted people who were clearly in need of psychiatric treatment. I found the plight of some of these people very worrying, and I am also saddened to hear of any suicide or attempt from amongst Mooji's followers. During my time as an adherent, at some stage the team appeared to start to try to put measures in place to manage this, such as putting messages on the event info that people should not seek to come to Satsang as a treatment for psychiatric illness and that this is not what Mooji's teachings are for. I seem to recall there was even a questionnaire that was deployed at times. The problem is of course that the wording in some of the non-duality teachings suggests it could be a cure for psychiatric illness, and therefore this gives rise to a fair amount of people who would naturally assume that a Mooji Satsang might help their mental illness, and would want to take part because of that. I am not trying to bypass the possibility that this could be caused by cult abuses, but just to point out that there were quite a few followers from the start that were clearly in the wrong place for what they were suffering from, and this type of 'cult' or 'organisation', whatever you want to call it, has always attracted those people. The cult may itself not be the direct initial cause of this individual's illness. But the cult is never equipped to be able to deal with it. And cults have a tendency to try apply their own dogmatic practices to such an individual in such as way as to exacerbate this person's health problems, and put them at further risk.

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 02/15/2024 02:19AM by Greentrees44.

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