With all due respect to the grieving family and friends of the young Irishwoman 'Claire' who died at Monte Sahaja from 'a cough'-
Was her sudden death preventable?
One of Moo's minions offers some (limited) insight in this video:
In the latter half of the video, the devotee 'Amara' talks about death and dying and in particular the death of Claire.
Of course it is not a good idea to judge someone else's grieving process. But Amara seems particularly disconnected from her own emotions. Partly, this disconnectedness would be for the cameras, as the topic would be an uncomfortable one. We can see that the video has been edited, too. (Not a great editing job, sorry, team.)
When she first heard of Claire's death, Amara was in shock and was disbelieving. Then she released her pain and was 'crying, crying, crying'. Then she realized she had "no thoughts" around Claire's passing.
What? Someone young and healthy dies suddenly of 'a cough' and you don't think about it? Why not?
At 14.50 we do see some pain on Amara's face. I'd say there is quite a bit of emotional disconnect going on here. Amara is in pain, but she says everything is just fine. Her life is now in service of "the Truth.' She has no real plans.
In the first part of the video, Amara talks about how her experience with death before meeting Moo was very different
to her experience of death after his guidance. Then right at the end of the video, she describes the passing of her beloved Grandmother and says that it was actually the same emotional experience she had with the passing of her friend Claire. So: Amara is either confused, or else Moo hasn't really impacted her life as she would like to proclaim.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/14/2020 06:01AM by Sahara71.