You can find helpful external factors such as people that give valuable advice, sure, but they're not infallible daddy/savior figures that you should subjugate yourself to. And if you do, that's on you. You yourself have chosen to subjugate yourself to someone. You have given them the role of savior. They may act all savior-like but it's still you that choses to accept them as such.
Corboy note: that seeming "choice" we make to subjugate ourselves to a cult leader is a decision made in a dishonest context.
That context, that setting has been organized by the cult leader to work for him and against us.
Two, many of us are in crisis and disoriented when we cross paths with our future cult leader. In crisis we are in a *physical/psychological state* where
we do not have full use of our cognitive capacities and we *trauma bond* with
the first person who seems to offer safety and guidance. Its like ducklings
hatching and following the first thing they see, Momma Duck, or a robot.
No offense, but to me this talk of m's black magic powers sounds like a cop-out. It allows you to see m's fakeness without taking responsibility for your own actions. Magical thinking is a very slippery slope. It can be used to justify anything. Don't like that you're attracted to a woman who doesn't want you? Just blame the attraction on her evil black magic powers and call her a witch. Don't like that you maltreated someone? Just blame demonic possession and voila, no guilt.
Corboy: what so many of us experience as an energy field may result from
powerful tides of shared unconcious hope and yearning directed toward a single person, the Rock Star effect.
Remember too, a cult guru *selectively recruits* only those persons who
come in trusting him, and just as selectively rejects or alienates those persons whose critical thinking is intact and who do not need him.
And remember what we have been told about arranged marriages for some Monte Sahaja residents.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/04/2019 09:26PM by corboy.