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2 months ago
Dorje
Yes shamrock, you are right, Mooji did deal with that young woman quite skillfully. He shut her up in the same way so many men shut so many women up. What a dick! He couldn't bear her aliveness and openness and honesty. He shut her up by making his audience of sycophants laugh at her so they could all crash back into their turgid sleep
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3 months ago
Dorje
I agree with much of what you say Mary Lou. I sat with Ole Nydahl long ago in London. I went to him because Bhutanese friends were very positive about him. I liked Ole. I liked sitting with him, but I was too lazy to follow his Ngondro ways. I saw the value. I saw the value in the hundreds of centres he and Hannah opened in countries where teachings were limited and repression of the individual w
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3 months ago
Dorje
Kawa Lhundrub, two years ago you said Ole Nydahl was suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Now it sounds like you are making entertainment out of that. Watching a stream of someone is quite different to being in their presence. I think Ole Nydahl, as with all ageing beings, is worthy of more respect.
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7 years ago
Dorje
Thanks for that clip Haigha Haigha. What a shame he wasn't a better actor.
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7 years ago
Dorje
Christopher Hansard will do nothing legally in the UK as he knows that the Sapphire Unit of the London Metropolitan Police have a number of statements concerning him on record as do Witness Against Abuse in the UK. Although Witness Against Abuse has now become The Clinic for Boundary Studies the key staff remain the same. (http://www.professionalboundaries.org.uk/) This organisation have deta
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7 years ago
Dorje
people believe and trust him because of all the books he has published and because he is is very good at making people believe and trust him. it is unlikely that anyone will find themselves looking at this forum unless they are at the stage where they search for something like 'christopher hansard abuse' on the internet. hopefully at that point they will follow the advice of dike on the
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8 years ago
Dorje
If you start at the beginning of this discussion and work your way through you will find your answer.
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8 years ago
Dorje
Christopher Hansard is a member of the: United Kingdom Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapy United Kingdom Psychological Trauma Society European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists Society for Clinical Mindfulness and Meditation
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10 years ago
Dorje
Hansard is an associate member (‘quick to apply for and low cost’) of the UK Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners (UKAHPP). As such he agrees to subscribe to their codes of ethics and practice. Here is an extract from the UKAHPP code of practice: 4.4 UKAHPP Members avoid exploiting the trust and dependency of clients, students, supervisees, research participants and subordinates.
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11 years ago
Dorje
A certain somebody who shall remain nameless for fear of hurting his feelings and adding to his paranoia about cyberstalking now proclaims membership of the following organisations: The Royal Society of Medicine The United Kingdom Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London (Faculty of Crisis and Catastrophe Medicine) The United
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12 years ago
Dorje
Sparrow and Autumn, thank you. It is always useful to read contributions from Hansard’s pre-bon era. I think you will find that the weird mental states that people experienced were more to do with being spiked with herbs than walking in circles. CH had no qualms about dosing unsuspecting patients with marijuana. I know he spiked me with far more powerful drugs – probably magic mushrooms. A
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12 years ago
Dorje
By way of encouragement to those seeking to bring christopher hansard to justice here is some information regarding another freak in the same vein as hansard. michael lyons also feigned magical powers, healing skills and Tibetan connections and for years raped and abused vulnerable women in the UK and the USA under the pretence of healing. lyons is currently on trial in London and a large
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12 years ago
Dorje
Henry Whitfield, trainer and practitioner of ‘Trauma Incident Reduction’, says he is a fan of Landmark Forum. (http://www.tir.org/training/meettrainers/henrywhitfield.htm) Dr. Frank Gerbode, founder of ‘Trauma Incident Reduction’, is an ex scientologist. In 1989 in the Superior Court of the State of California he stood accused, alongside other scientologists, of general negligence, intent
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12 years ago
Dorje
The therapy world is silent. That world knows (it is inconceivable that it should not) and stays silent. The naturopaths and chiropractors of London know. The homoeopaths and herbalists of Calgary know. There is silence from the ex-apprentices. There is silence from the business partners, publishers and lawyers. This silence is astonishing and horrifying.* ‘Violence against women and girls c
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13 years ago
Dorje
Please permit me to direct your attention to a letter published here: It is a tragic letter. For me all the more so as I met the author a couple of times many years ago. Perhaps hansard leaves a mark on his victims because, like others before her, I soon recognised her attachment to him. I also recognised her vulnerability and authenticity, qualities that he especially liked to take advan
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13 years ago
Dorje
I see dr. thomas (gondolf) has limped back to his forum of last resort thinly disguised as mahakala - Thank you Gita and colleagues for keeping this thread focussed.
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13 years ago
Dorje
Back to Black. May I recommend a journey back to pages 74 thru 78 and the days of ‘Frank Black’ and his alter ego ‘mediatoruk’. They reveal a lot about the techniques used by Christopher Hansard and his ‘advisors’. ‘Frank Black’ starts off with a ‘rope a dope’ routine. The aim is to gain the trust of posters and lure them into revealing themselves through direct contact. This doesn’t work a
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13 years ago
Dorje
Christopher Hansard tells us that: ‘according to the Bön (pre-Buddhist) Tibetan tradition in which Christopher was trained, a person of his quality comes along only once every 700 years and is known as a “Lha-Khu” - a Thunder Being, an incarnation of the energy of medicine. Described as a bolt of lightning because he possesses a powerful energy, he is considered an awakener of consciousness. H
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13 years ago
Dorje
real-name-gone you use the term ‘flying saucer man’ to describe jeff bowe (p105). The only other time I have seen this term used is by someone called davron on sceptics.org.uk. I couldn’t find anything about Jeff Bowe and flying saucers on the internet. Perhaps you can help me find the reference and let me know if you also write under the ‘nom to clé’ of davron.
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13 years ago
Dorje
Chris_Farmer, it seems that you do have more interest here than clearing your name and establishing yourself as nothing more than a freelance web designer working on behalf of ex associates of Christopher Hansard. It seems that you are now here to defend Chrstopher Hansard, albeit indirectly by challenging Jeff Bowe. Perhaps it would be more helpful if you made your defence of Hansard clearer.
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13 years ago
Dorje
Chris_Farmer I would like to offer my apologies to Chris Farmer. I am sorry - it was careless of me to drag your name into this forum. I accept that you are a freelance web developer hired in by the owners of tibetanway – and a very decent one at that. I will take more care when posting people’s names in future. Perhaps, having read through this forum you might understand why there should
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13 years ago
Dorje
Chris_Farmer, I agree with others that it is unfair that your responses to Jeff Bowe’s questions on his blogs have disappeared. I note the same thing happened to the statement on the tibetanway website. I remain intrigued by the whole tibetanway/Hansard thing. On Sunday 25 May 2008 you said: ‘CH has no involvement with Tibetan Way and he is certainly not selling anything via that websi
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13 years ago
Dorje
I quote Chris Farmer from his posting on Jeff Bowe's blog: 'I have explained that I am a freelance developer - I am not the owner of the tibetanway.co.uk site 'I am not responsible for the content of this site - that is provided by my clients which is the normal relationship between the devloper and the website owners. 'I am not in a position to comment on my clients
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13 years ago
Dorje
QuoteReal-name-goneDear Dorje I take your point, though given CH record could it not be that he took the information from Tibetanway or they both obtained there inspiration from the same source? No, I can say with a clear heart that I am not a stakeholder, I hope you will accept that in good faith. I make that comment because JB has been asked about his connections with CH several times and
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13 years ago
Dorje
Real-name-gone, goodness gracious more amazing coincidences: ‘In our modern world that is sometimes uncertain and where life is becoming faster paced, all of us need things that provide harmony and encourage us to find within ourselves the meaning of such things as love, friendship, tranquillity and fundamental health.’ ‘Beauty is health, health is beauty’ ‘…safe and effective life
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13 years ago
Dorje
Chris Farmer, for all I know you may well be the completely innocent and well-meaning administrator of the tibetanway website. Perhaps I can help you understand why your activities have attracted such suspicion. You registered the tibetanway website 11 December 2006. This was three months after Christopher Hansard’s eponymous website was taken down. www.christopherhansard.com was selling,
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13 years ago
Dorje
Hello again James. I think you’ll find that Christopher Hansard holds everything in contempt if it does not centre on him and his personal gain. I don’t think that the products on the ‘tibetanway’ website can be termed ‘standard herbal stuff’. As mentioned previously, the ‘tibetanway’ range is exactly the same as the range Hansard was selling. You can confirm that here: In my experienc
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13 years ago
Dorje
Well spotted thewayishere. www.tibetanway.co.uk is registered to Chris Farmer, trading as NgaRo. The word ngaro seems to be both Tibetan and Maori. Chris Farmer lives in Greenwich in London. The design is not the usual ‘classy’ Hansard but it is quite cleverly set up for search engine efficiency and to sell products on the back of Tibetan culture. Back in 2006 when www.christopherhansar
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