Re: Mooji a cult?
Date: November 27, 2018 11:01PM
at: Mooji a cult?, Posted by: alonzo , November 23, 2018
Alonzo said; “I was drawn to him for self-actualization and a lot of what he said spoke directly to me and I knew from experience that what was being said was true….”
Moo mostly interprets M. Maharshi, Nisargadattha M., or E. Tolle and other good teachers but he mixes it up with himself, his “spiritual” greatness, and his untrue stories. The most stuff about him is made it up, not true, and half-true fabrications. He is very silky and manipulative, and talks about things that the audience likes to hear. It may trigger some unrealistic spiritual expectations and express some endogenous small neurotransmitter molecules or happy hormones like Dimethyltryptamine (DMT), Anandamide (EAE), Dopamine, Serotonin, and atc. in the brain. Then is very difficult to distinguish between Moo and the non-duality teaching or the real spirituality because people may experience some spiritual euphoria and a bliss bobble. A lot of people may have some genetic predisposition for that (including myself) who were drawn to Moo.
I think that it’s very important to focus on his personal life, his bios, and his basic life functions (promiscoues sex life, huge financial profits from satsangs, basic wrong behaviors, and his ego-cult appearances). To simply prove that his does not live according to his own teachings, that is a only talker and that he is not able to make the real spiritual progress for himself at all. Moo has not been able yet to handle the agree state of the mind, his heavy sexual attachments and desires to be famous sage atc...
But resent allegations here against Moo call for more serious concerns and some actions against Moo.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/27/2018 11:10PM by Horowitz.