It seems that I incorrectly told you that the ashram at Monte Sahaja is a business... it is actually a registered charity
, with close tires to the UK registered Mooji Foundation, which is also also a charity.
So, we have an interesting three-in-one so-called 'charitable' organisation:1. The Mooji Foundation
- registered under it's current name since 2011. Registered Charity number: 11440162. Associacao Mooji Sangha
-this is the ashram in Portugal. It is also a charity, but it is financially and otherwise supported by the Mooji Foundation. So funds are shunted from the 1st charity to the 2nd charity. Asociacao Mooji Sangha is decribed officially as a 'project' of the Moo Foundation.3. Mooji Media LTD
- this is the business side of things. It seems to run on mostly volunteer labor, but officially claims to have 5 to 7 employees.
Check out this website to view the statements filed by the supposedly legal Moo Foundation.
The most interesting thing I have found out so far is that Tony Moo-Young
is actually an employee
of the Moo Foundation, earning 24,205 pounds per year. (This is around $31,400 U.S. dollars.) See page 26 of the last statement posted by the Moo people on the above website - the statement from December 2017.
Moo being only an employee may indicate that he doesn't really have much power in the organisation, although of course they are reliant on him to keep on parroting the ridiculous bullsh*t he goes on with.
Also of note is this woman: Rhonda Lee Johnson.
Johnson seems to have a lot of power within the Moo group. She is a Canadian woman in her mid 60's. Johnson serves on the board of trustees
of The Mooji Foundation, she is also on the board of directors
of the Associacao Mooji Sangha and is one of the managers
of Mooji Media LTD. She seems to be the only person who is active across all three groups.
Constantin, if you can provide us with any information about the dealings of this woman, Rhonda Johnson, it would be very revealing, I think.
The other important thing I have discovered is how to make an official complaint against the Moo group. Charities in the U.K. are governed by the Charity Commission, which reports directly to the U.K. parliament. You can make an official complaint about the conduct of a charity online here:
It's very interesting that the Moo Cult Compound (offcially called the Associacao Mooji Sangha ashram) states as it's aim:"The promotion of moral and spiritual welfare for the public benefit."
What a joke! All that I am seeing is reports of blatant disregard for devotees' welfare. People are being publicly shamed and mocked, they are being yelled at and abused, ignored when in obvious distress, used for free labor, then thrown out and cut off when they are no longer of use. They are also being exploited to donate money. People are suffering psychologically due to the actions of this group.