Re: I'm convinced Adyashanti is a cult leader.
Date: October 01, 2020 06:24PM
> Let’s say I am worried about booking a holiday
> because long term I may suffer financially, but
> the person I confide in about this just says ‘it
> doesn’t matter though, this is trivial’ and starts
> to quote world atrocities.
> This is a person being an idiot, it’s not helping
> in any way shape or form.
That's true actually. Or some may say - feel lucky you may consider to book some holiday, some people do not even dream about it. Using every conversation as an competition to show, how someone has even bigger problems.
I remember how Mooji was commenting my problems. Once I was sad, because I had no job, and I threw away almost all I had, becase I thought this is bad, to have many things, and I was going to new job with flip flops in autumn, days were rainy and cold, and I catch a cold. He said at satsang later with anger - some people complain they have no shoes, and African children walk with no shoes and they so happy. He maybe felt guilty, so he didn't want to feel it, so with anger, he projected this feeling on me. And of course I felt guilty, selfish, and angry, because he all the time complain about me. And then everytime at my home, my sister, or mother said, they need 10-th pair of shoes I already judged them, as I was judged by Mooji, but only in my mind, I didn't want them to feel bad.
You know what, I think I do not doubt, what I can hear from those gurus, and teachers. People may tell me, I have twisted mind, or I do not understand something. But I do understand, and I do know, when something doesn't feel right. If I say, something doesn't feel right about Moo, or Adya, this mean, I have trust for my senses.
Adya has many many great insights, but maybe he still has some leftovers of ego.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 10/01/2020 06:30PM by Gaja.