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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Sahara71 ()
Date: September 17, 2021 05:55AM

Another good video by anti-cultic abuse activist Mr. Henri Jolicoeur:

[www.youtube.com]

Henri gives an analysis of Mooji's relationships with current partner Sara (Krishnabai) and with ex-wife Radha.

The relationship between Sara and Moo has been confirmed by the spiritual teacher Joan Tolifson on social media. She spent time with the couple in a social setting. Why not send her a email if you need further information on that relationship?

Radha is the second of the women whom Moo married in a Hindu ceremony, and then he publicly dumped her in front of his Sangha (around about the time he entered into an intimate relationship with yet another devotee.)



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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Sahara71 ()
Date: September 28, 2021 05:48AM

Years ago, someone was allegedly discovered smuggling a very large sum of cash while entering Portugal, in order to set up Moo's ashram at Monte Sahaja. Be Scofield wrote about this incident in her now infamous article "Becoming God - inside Mooji's Portugal Cult". This person has been revealed as one "Zenji Ganz". He is still involved with Moo.

On another note, there is a good conversation happening on social media now at:

[www.facebook.com]

Anti-cultic abuse activist Henri Jolicoeur is occasionally posting in this conversation. If you have any information for Henri to include in one of his many videos which are critical of Moo, then join in the conversation there.

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Sahara71 ()
Date: September 29, 2021 03:37PM

Sri Mooji-Baba-ji meets his match...


Ever wondered what happens when one enlightened being meets another enlightened being?
What can they teach each other and more importantly. what can we, as mere students, learn from them? Watch and see! At 1.41.30:

[www.youtube.com]

(Mooji picks a pretty girl from the audience and lo and behold, discovers that she is the Buddha, manifested in human form. Is he humble before this incarnation of the Absolute? Well.... not exactly. I got a good laugh from this today.)

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: shamrock ()
Date: October 02, 2021 08:10AM

She's quite the character. "Mystic Pearl Alchemy" has an Instagram page at [www.instagram.com] and a YouTube channel at [www.youtube.com]. I actually thought Tony dealt with her quite skilfully.



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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: sarv ()
Date: October 03, 2021 06:52PM

Certainly quite a character, a lot of energy!
I won't try to pass judgement on her own ideas of herself but she's definitely got a point & cuts through his BS, she's probably more awakened to truth (clarity) than anyone else in the room in this sense. When someone was fantasising about how beautiful India was I pointed out this same (male dominated) culture & lawlessness that lurks beneath the fantasy.
Tony's brainwashing didn't work with her & that's why he doesn't look very impressed, he knows she's too strong & self confident to be bullied psychologically & is not easily led. He's intimidated & has to lower her power in the room with the belittling, false empathy & humility. He did do a fine job.
She did leave herself open to it, but that was a valiant effort from a spritely young spirit :)

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Dorje ()
Date: October 05, 2021 02:42AM

Yes shamrock, you are right, Mooji did deal with that young woman quite skillfully. He shut her up in the same way so many men shut so many women up. What a dick! He couldn't bear her aliveness and openness and honesty. He shut her up by making his audience of sycophants laugh at her so they could all crash back into their turgid sleep

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Date: January 02, 2022 10:02AM

Does anyone have any health updates on Mr. Mooji?
I saw a post where he was looking more skinny.
I don't know if he just lost weight, or if there are some health things going on.

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: Sahara71 ()
Date: January 07, 2022 12:57PM

New anti-Mooji website, sure to be a big hit!

[www.veritasexposed.org]

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: shamrock ()
Date: January 07, 2022 10:10PM

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Sahara71
New anti-Mooji website, sure to be a big hit!

Thanks. I also noticed the connection with H.W.L. Poonja, but I'm skeptical of his stance of disavowing responsibility. Churning out all these dubious characters is surely more than a coincidence. And Poonja is the one who started this business of going on stage under a giant picture of Ramana, despite the fact that Ramana never started a lineage.

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Poonja disavowed consequences of his own actions
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: January 08, 2022 01:27AM

I have zero respect for Poonja.

He fired up and unleashed his disciple Andrew Cohen upon the unsuspecting general population of trustful seekers. Cohen turned into an abusive viciously cruel despot. A multitude of his former students have published blogs and memoirs. Andrew Cohens career was analyzed on a television program.
"How I Created a Cult"

[www.bbcselect.com]

Poonja set people on fire and send them out to teach - and by extension publicize him. Then when HWL got harm reports that his ambassador teachers were behaving abusively, Poonja whined and pouted.

He likened his giving people tastes of enlightenment to giving lollipop candies to small children.

A responsible parent gives candy to children sparingly -- and a truly wise parent never gives candy to a child who pesters, nags and demands what is not good for it or others.


[realization.org]


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During satsangs, Poonja often told students to “go home now and share this with your friends.” He sometimes referred to such people as his “ambassadors.” He is said to have deputized thousands in this fashion. As a result, a large number of people with connections to Poonja are now teaching in the West. For a partial list, see below under Links.

His negative remarks about his ambassadors
In the following excerpt from an interview he talks about his students including the “ambassadors“ he authorized to teach.

David: You used to give experiences to a lot of people. Why did you do it if you knew that the effect would not be permanent?

Papaji: I did it to get rid of the leeches who were sticking to me, never allowing me to rest or be by myself. It was a very good way of getting rid of all these leeches in a polite way. I knew that in doing this I was giving lollipops to the ignorant and innocent, but this is what these people wanted. When I tried to give $100 bills to them, they rejected them. They thought that they were just pieces of paper. So I gave them lollipops instead.

David: Many of the people you gave lollipops to left Lucknow thinking that they were enlightened. Does the fact that they accepted the lollipop and left indicate that they were not worthy to receive the $100 bills?

Papaji: If one is not a holy person, one is not worthy to receive the real teaching. Many people think that they have attained the final state of full and complete liberation. They have fooled themselves, and they have fooled many other people but they have not fooled me.

A person in this state is like a fake coin. It may look like the real thing. It can be passed around and used by ignorant people who use it to buy things with. People who have it in their pocket can boast of having a genuine coin, but it is not real. But it has no value. When it is finally discovered to be a fake, the person who is circulating it, claiming that it is real, is subject to the penalties of the law. In the spiritual world, the law of karma catches up and deals with all people who are trafficking in fake experiences.

I have never passed on the truth to those whom I could see were fake coins. These people may look like gold and they may glitter like gold, but they have no real value.

There are many people who can put on a show and fool other people into believing they are enlightened.

Nothing Ever Happened Vol. 3. by David Godman, p. 366?67.

And:

David: Many people have heard you say, ‘I have not given my final teachings to anyone’. What are these final teachings, and why are you not giving them out?”

Papaji: Nobody is worthy to receive them. Because it has been my experience that everybody has proved to be arrogant and egotistic…

Nothing Ever Happened Vol. 3. by David Godman, p. 362



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