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7 months ago
corboy
Yes, yes, yes to what too many suicides has written! It looks like Portugal's tourism industry is starting to revive - cautiously. American tourists still face restrictions on entry to Portugal - thanks to the anti science dweebs who influence our culture. Per US State Department website QuoteEntry and Exit Requirements Are U.S. citizens permitted to enter? No, U.S. citize
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
7 months ago
corboy
The topic of this discussion is debunking Ascension Process, not affirming it There is no shortage of online venues for supporting people who believe in this material and pay for information about this material. Cult Education Institute provides a safe space for persona to exercise their First Amendment rights to express their opinion about AP and other belief systems or groups. So call
Forum: Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
7 months ago
corboy
India made the careers of the Neo Advaita gurus. Tony Moo Gangaji Andrew Cohen Poonja --- and too many others to remember and name. Where would Moo be had he not, in happier days, planted himself beneath the palm trees of Tiru and benefitted from the steady stream of Maharshi pilgrims? Here is what is happenin in India, now that those who can escape have fled to safety: &#
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
Lawsuit claims New Jersey Hindu temple was built on forced labor. CNN Hindu temple in New Jersey accused of 'shocking violations' in forced labor lawsuit
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
Whirlwind, I think I understand your concerns and no, even.if you could tell all and remain safe, I'd not think you crazy. I've been through some bad shit myself. People would think me crazy. The worst abuses happen when a group has successfully established a pious, respectable reputation in society while concealing its contempt for outsiders while exploiting tax exemption to acc
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
Does Agnihotra Homa Offer Protection From The Covid Virus? That's what's great about the wellness market - you can claim your method works for anything. And if someone gets suck with Covid despite using Agnihotra, believers have the following alibis: * You didn't actually have Covid *Ritual was done incorrectly *You lacked faith *You carried too much bad karma
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
Let's be kind to each other. It takes a lot of risk to create a discussion about very personal private experiences of heart, of soul, that invite a person into a spiritual tradition and its communities and devotional practices. (Apologies if I misunderstand anything) Krishna Consciousness When do we say this to refer to our personal encounter with God? When are we using it to
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
Here are some reports about Vishwananda and Bhakti Marga About 5,060 results (0.49 seconds) Vishwananda Scandal Exposed Nov 8, 2014 — “This video of Sri Swami Vishwananda – a guru living in Germany ... South Africa Hindu Organization Investigating On Vishwananda Sexual Abuse ... Swami Vishwananda, founder of the Bhakti Marga movement, is to visit ... ?Vishwananda Abuse · ?Vishwananda
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
Keywords Victor Baranco Nicole Daedone The Welcomed Consensus One Taste OneTaste Urban Retreat Morehouse OM-ing Urban Monk Gwyneth Paltrow Magic School Marks The Institute of OM Orgasmic Meditation (OM Inside the multi-million dollar orgasm cult endorsed by Hollywood A story of idealism and desire, of Californian sex communes....and three-hour orgasms By Mick Brown 21 Ap
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
Truth wins, what you wrote here is something I've endured. Quote.When you chant the Maha Mantra and follow the philosophy, you become much more tolerant. If you your boundaries are weak, alpha dogs will try to dominate you all the time in the group. And you will easily become the humble doormat. Those beautiful qualities make one too vulnerable in a pack of wolves. I was in a Judeo Chr
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
8 months ago
corboy
This was written by a follower of a Hindu bhakti sect that has branched off into many different sects. In South Asia, hrough many centuries,Muslim sufi and Hindu bhakti traditions have had great influence on each other. (Devotee wrote) I would never completely trash the guru because his teachings also helped me in many ways. However the problem is that when you enter any spiritual com
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
9 months ago
corboy
My hunch is that the group of sensitive persons gathered by the guru may play an important role in generating potent experiences. When people are sensitive and possess a shared goal, this may create an incalculably powerful shared consciousness. They talk about this happening at rock concerts. Part of the virus importance is how he or she can gather this type of community together for much
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
9 months ago
corboy
What you've written is totally appropriate for this venue - and infinitely valuable. You put your heart and soul on the line by writing this. Thank you! You describe a situation analogous to Simone who is a musically talented child, gifted with absolute pitch, searching for a teacher. And misled by a musical genius of an impresario/talent scout who is also a predator.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
9 months ago
corboy
An interesting discussion on how many QAnon themes are old tired allegations that are decades old. Any time material cannot be disproved, it can't be got rid of. Conspiracy believers are the cognitive equivalent of hoarders. Posted byu/PiperAnalysis 1 day ago QAnon, Adrenochrome, and Hunter S. Thompson
Forum: Hate Groups
9 months ago
corboy
Financial bullying can ruin a marriage: first-person stories When partners consider finances, when is it ‘my’ money, and when it is ‘our’ money? Guardian readers shared their experiences
Forum: Abusive and Controlling Relationships
9 months ago
corboy
Wellness brand Lululemon has employees comparing it to a cult Kyle Schnitzer April 14, 2021 Quote“On the outside looking in, Lululemon seems really kind and really inclusive, as long as who you are includes what they want you to be,” Emma, the employee, said. She added: “Often, I just came home crying.” .... Workers also said that they were “heavily encouraged” to workout
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
9 months ago
corboy
As of this morning,04/13/21 340 000 EUR equals 405,592.80 United States Dollar 295,357.81 British Pound sterling Not shabby, not shabby at all. Would be entertaining to know the costs of staffing and upkeep. Ditto for groceries and furnishings.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
9 months ago
corboy
Google grigorian bivaloru and fascism. Do this in different languages and see what you get. See too if bivaloru utilized any of the teachings of Julius Evola. JE was a Traditionalist Fascist who was neo Pagan, and too purist for even the Nazis. Evola also created his own version of hyper masculine sex magic. Languages other than English are more likely to generate search results.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
9 months ago
corboy
Welcome to CEI, Windjourney. There's been a lot of crossover from the metaphysical scene into QAnon. Ditto with the wellness and yoga communities. It's like the Venn circle diagrams. There's a relatively new online Messianic conspiracy group called sabmyk that's been cross-breeding with QAnon. Dunno if your former teacher uses this material.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
QuoteOn January 27 2021, a new pro-QAnon channel was created on the Telegram messaging app calling itself ‘British Patriots Party’. Using the logo of the anti-Muslim group Britain First and referencing the group in one of its earliest posts, it appears at first glance to be a QAnon-inspired offshoot of the British far-right organisation. The channel is not what it seems, however. It forms part
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
That is how Moo's Monte Sahaja site began...test the waters. And we Yanks are suckers for smiley gurus who exploit our trustfulness...and our tax exemptions for "spiritual" ventures. Chris Butler, the guru who created a Hate Krishna spin-off sect called Science of Identity I'd getting old. He's terrified of pathogens and hides in his mansion. Perfect time for a
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
To get more serotonin nformation you can search the CEI message board, which has been going strong since 2002 - nineteen years and counting. Click the Search button. Select All Dates in the drop down menu. Put Derek O'Neill into the search bar. Select the Exact Phrase option in the drop down menu. Run your search!
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
Hey, Spare, this has happened to me when I've posted messages with one or more of be URLs. The way I got around it was: Copy what I want to post and remove it using Cntrl X Type a single character into the window and click Post Message. This causes Phorum the CEI message board software to publish an otherwise blank post with your single character at the top. Click Edit Afte
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
This was contributed by a former devotee of a Hindu group, but can apply to situations that might arise in theosophical lodges as well One thing that is extremely dangerous in that groups is how abuse is so easily accepted. In Bhakti Yoga, “chastisement” is seen as a mercy. It is supposed to make one more humble and turn them closer to God. This is why the Guru and so many angry, manipulat
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
How one person stopped believing in Qaanon. Two main factors: * Circumstances (nervous breakdown) caused the person to abstain from the internet. * Person decided if QAnon is true, things will happen in their own good time. I do not need to pay attention non stop to each new revelation. This detox led the person to calm down -- and get free. The Reddit discussion is here:
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
Welcome. You've been through a lot. Thing to remember is when we are recruited into cults, we are lone individuals targeted by an organization that is hiding it's true nature from us, The cult does this in a strategic manner, persuading us to trust the very emotions they adroitly manipulate.
Forum: Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
10 months ago
corboy
corboy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My guess is that the writer wants to signal two > things: > > He or she is a Moo loyalist, ready to excuse and > trivialize Moo's reputation of abusing money, sex > and power > > He or she is much too sophisticated to be a pie > eyed guru devotee but is, instead, a discerning, >
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
corboy
My guess is that the writer wants to signal two things: He or she is a Moo loyalist, ready to excuse and trivialize Moo's reputation of abusing money, sex and power He or she is much too sophisticated to be a pie eyed guru devotee but is, instead, a discerning, worldly wise type, not shocker by fiscal or sexual picadilloes, yet humble enough to enjoy the company of a humble old bloke f
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
11 months ago
corboy
Does Yoga Have A Conspiracy Theory Problem?
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