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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: April 26, 2018 06:13AM

Yeah, its like the days when books were written on perishable materials such as papyrus and parchment.

Only way that texts could be preserved decade after decade was by continually creating fresh copies by hand to replace older copies crumbling away.

Todays digital texts are unstable and will not remain accessible unless a lot of us cooperate in their preservation.

Texts that challenge someone's monopoly of power are less likely to be preserved.

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Re: Mooji a cult?
Posted by: happytown ()
Date: May 09, 2018 04:44AM

Mooji's latest book is grandiosely called "Immediate Awakening for Everyone", which seems as definitive as the lengthy medical disclaimer now on his website to keep anyone away that might become a liability.

This post here on another discussion on [itisnotreal.blogspot.pt]


Played the crowdTuesday, March 27, 2018 at 9:41:00 AM PDT
I'm very happy to read this. The line "playing to the crowd" just hit me so hard.

I have six months into a stay in Mooji's Ashram. I was very down and lost because of pressures I was under there. Suffering and seemingly surrounded by people who were psychologically absent (no not in a good way). It was all 'satsang' so it's all accepted and allowed, until they decide something is wrong with you and then you're quietly bustled out.

One day I was herded in front of a group of fifty people while Mooji was holding court. It was so inappropriate. And I tried to explain what was happening. But he just started talking and everyone started giggling, and it immediately struck me "Wow, he's just playing to the crowd".

And then I chose to push that feeling away. If you've been there, or if you're still there, then you know how the grouptalk allows you write off what I'm saying.

"If you're in your mind, he won't see you"
"He wants your 'A' questions not your 'B' and 'C' questions"
"You're projecting"
"He gave you what you needed in that moment"

And any number of little slogans that you've been conditioned to believe that allow this sort of behavior to be justified. But it wasn't. I pushed away that thought of him playing to the crowd, because there was no one there who would allow that idea.

But it's exactly what he was doing.

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