Re: The mystical forces that drove some of us to Krishna Consciousness
Date: May 15, 2021 09:48PM
Truth wins Wrote:
> My friend you are quite fixated on the name of
> this forum.
> It is very much a SUPPORT GROUP. A place where we
> can openly discuss our negative and traumatic
> People are free to think what they want really.
> Including atheism.
> You stepped in the process willingly. You were
> thrown into it. I also dove in deep and quick. It
> was a choice.
> Those who were forced into it by parents or born
> into it, are not obligated to stay faithful or
> keep a loving relationship toward the deities.
> Also some people may never have significant
> mystical experiences that get them hooked.
> A very strict, serious Krishna Consciousness
> regimen is not for everybody. It is a more joyful
> and interesting version of being an Amish.
> Same shunning methods too.
> It takes a huge level of dedication.
> We cannot just focus on the transcendental bliss
> of the Kirtans, Japa, nice stories, Appearance
> This is a CULT education forum. The fact that
> Krishna is mentioned in here is because Iskcon and
> its offshoots became too cultish and rotten.
> As I said it before, peoole come here to talk
> about the cultish experiences. Not to glorify God.
> I suggest you make a separate post if you want to
> defend ACB and the philosophy.
ISKCON is a cult (as I have said over and over again) and I am here to educate others about it.
I have every right to express myself as I see fit (within the rules of decorum, within the rules of this message board, and according to the very title of this thread).
Here is the bottom line: if you do not like my participation here, then tough noogies. I have every right to be here, same as yourself. This is not your support group. This is a semi-public message board that we are both participating in. If a support group is what you are looking for, then may I humbly suggest you seek professional help.
For my own part, I see a counselor twice a month and go to monthly in-person support groups. There's no shame in it.
Now let's get back on topic, shall we?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/15/2021 09:49PM by The Whirlwind.