Top Six Rationalisations for Being Called Out
Date: June 17, 2020 06:09AM
Here’s a top six rationalisations of spiritual guru / cult leader / abuser / manipulator types for being called out.
It’s not exhaustive, I don’t know it all and you are reading a list compiled by someone who has managed to trail bin juice all over their feet just this morning, so don’t get any ideas.
1- “Their perception is their reflection”
Manipulative spiritual teachers love this one. They play on adherents belief in the teachers special powers of “magnifying” issues within some, and put out that the person calling them out is simply acting up their strong personality traits in the pure presence of the teacher. It does happen (as in projection) but if you’re in the middle of being called out for inauthentic behaviours, this stance is completely out of place.
2- “They are in the Hell Realms”
Deep biblical programming is recalled from the back of our minds with this one, where the idea of heaven and hell being accessible places on Earth for the spiritual journey is utilised for the benefit of trying to escape being called out, the person calling out seeing only “hellish” outcomes, by goodness, they must be in the hell realms. Groan.
3- “Past life karmic bonds”
Some epic story about how the manipulator / teacher or guru will come out that they once knew the person who is calling them out in a past life where they were some kind of religious figure involved in medieval practices of burning at the stake for gifts, hanging, or fighting in some way to create the outcome that they are experiencing today.
4- “They have been infiltrated by dark forces”
Common in groups believing in off planet species, is the idea that people can be taken over and used by alien species with dark intentions, therefore becoming problematic and henceforth, calling out an abuser but in their shoes it’s stopping the transmission of light on Earth, etc. Dark vs light battle. This one works especially by turning adherents away from the person who has been “infiltrated” due to the fears involved. Adherents tend to feel that they are all of light so anything other (which is reality anyway) will be highly disturbing to them. Same story different dialog with “entities” or “spirits”.
5- “They are a heyoka”
Heyoka is connected to shamanism though increasingly popular at the moment in the “specially gifted” empath community, which is awful, however those gurus and manipulators who are familiar would gladly rather see the person calling them out as “Heyoka” perhaps from past lives challenging the teacher. A lot of the time, those who state this couldn’t be further from shamanic lineages if they tried. You can search Heyoka to understand more.
6- “They are a narcissist, they are a bully”
Yep. Unfortunately, in paradox with 1, the manipulator, spiritual guru, abuser will project themselves onto the person who is calling them out with their own personal best quality. Highly abusive move where the sense of self of the manipulator has been challenged and must be protected, in this case by putting the blame everywhere else except for on themselves.
Well, this started out as a top ten ! I couldn’t think of any more so if you do, feel free to add them in. I’d love to see them.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/17/2020 06:35AM by facet.