> Dear xivoparig
> You are very fortunate that you heard what you say
> you heard.
> If at any point you receive abusive or dodgy
> private messages, please send copies to Rick Ross,
> moderator of this message board.
> Mr. Ross can be contacted here:
> Some may come across pretending to work on an
> expose of Mooji trying to get you
> to give your name and address.
> If anyone claims to be a journalist or police
> investigator, take precautions to ensure
> that the person is legitimate.
> Find out whether that person is a seasoned
> journalist linked up and supported by a media
> outlet with a good legal department. A freelance
> journalist may not have the resources to protect
> your anonymity.
> Your friend Sarah is in a difficult situation.
> It is awful to recognize one has been used.
> Am sorry to say that for many, the one way to
> break the spell is discovering that others are
> being treated exactly the same way. That they too
> have been told that they are special, unique, that
> they are the only ones worthy of special
> That is how most abusers are exposed - when their
> victims assemble and compare stories.
> In selecting confidantes, be careful of anyone who
> might be a guru sympathizer.
> If a potential confidante happens to be someone
> who does yoga or meditation or has buddhist
> affiliations, satisfy yourself that he or she does
> not also belong to a guru.
> (In tibetan buddhism, gurus are also called tulkus
> lamas and rinpoches)
> One may be a guru disciple and experience oneself
> f as capable of journalistic objectivity in
> relation to guru abuses, but IMO, emotional
> dependence on a guru is a form of intoxication
> that can subvert the best education and sharpest
> intellect and professional ethics.
> Guru disciples who interact with the outside world
> often become skilled at concealing the extent of
> their guru addiction behind facades of skepticism
> and intellectual tolerance, rather like heroin
> addicts who take care to hide the scars on their
> arms and drunkards who conceal the stench by using
> mouth wash.
> Even if it is not their own guru who is exposed,
> those who are addicted to gurus or who hope a real
> guru does exist somewhere will automatically feel
> threatened toward anyone attempting to report guru
Thank you corboy. That is good good advice for everyone.
I am trusting no-one. Not even you. I do not want to be interviewed and I recognize the danger in speaking about what happened. The whole Mooji cult works on followers deflecting and entrapment. The constant repetitiveness of tasks, chants that make the cult a part of your daily life. I saw this starting to happen to me. I saw lots of potential people in this position, giving their money and bodies away to this cult. This is the first place that came up on search so I posted. I want Mooji exposed and I am hoping this gets publicized and the press jumps on him. I know that if Sarah or others search the internet this post will come up and they can read and reflect on themselves how to get out before they are in too deep. My message to Mooji and any other cult that IS your life is don't be blinded and lead on with 'belief'.