Leaving a high demand group where you have completely devoted yourself to a guru, is not the same as leaving a community.
Leaving a cult, despite how much you may want to leave, is excruciating, and many people think about leaving but cant find a way, just as many leave and go back. As stated in that excellent article about Bhagwan's Devious trap.
All ex-members of a group are shamed by the group. No one is going to be held in high regard if they cut ties. What possible reason could there be to walk away from Jesus? Are you mad or bad? Most people try to keep a low profile, keep in good standing, don't cause waves, quietly slip away, keep your friends. It's the best option, if it's an option. But if you're in deep,often that's not an option.
High demand group dynamics function in similar ways across the board.
Here is another link to something that is not connected to Mooji's circle of influence, because it can't hurt to know about these things if it's not a cult:
Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 11/04/2018 08:51AM by happytown.