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3 years ago
klaklaklak
Sahara this is exactly it!!! He doesn't understand when he's being abusive!!?? Or he does and does it anyway Watch this clip from April 27, 2019 with the Irish Sangha Watch this story he tells !! Wouldnt a sane person not tickle the kid when he shows he doesn't like it, But mooji did it anyway as the kid stood still, fearful and prepping himself for pain My gues
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3 years ago
klaklaklak
When I was in the thick of mooji mania (family and friends all told me I was too obsessed which I knew, but justified it because i found it sooo pleasurable and enjoyable and also Mooji said if you have one habit or attachment let it be to the master and his pointings) I screen recorded his sangha chanting his name and would chant it in my room. Now i look back at this video, saved on my comp
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3 years ago
klaklaklak
Thank you so much Annette..... One time m said he wouldn’t, but if he ever wanted to return the curses that fly his way it would destroy the recipient’s human life. it can’t destroy who they are but they don’t know who they are anyway. Would you say Mooji cursed your ‘person’?
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
3 years ago
klaklaklak
So his words which ARE powerful are black magic, he’s a wordsmith and master of the dark arts?
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
3 years ago
klaklaklak
all the times he says “if it weren’t for beings coming with questions I wouldn’t be here, i’d be watching TV in my room” haha a very manipulative thing to say when viewed through the lens of those who have seen and experienced how he needs the show to go on to feed his egoic identity as a guru One time I watched satsang on a lot of acid and it did show him doing absolutely nothing sitting the
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
3 years ago
klaklaklak
Yes I was of those persons wildly addicted! It has taken time and some space for vacillation to see him for what he really is
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
3 years ago
klaklaklak
I feel like I'm straddling many worlds can see truth in each viewpoint. What exactly will it take to stop m besides the wheel of time? people are meant to meet him. When all this really started to stir up back in Jan/Feb my boyfriend (only of 3 months) got creepily excited and made fun of mooji so much...dude acted like he was off the hook all slack and relieved he could go back to the nice
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3 years ago
klaklaklak
You stumble upon someone like this who seems perfectly awake and thriving as spirit or whatever at least to me :P and then u see Mooji who just goes on and on with what I do believe is a genuine awareness of the Self but in some really serious controlling way. the commoners milling around Sahaja in these Express videos are not being natural...Is his pull so strong that at a certain point you just
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3 years ago
klaklaklak
Over the past 3 years I have spent hundreds (countless) hours in Sahaja Express satsang videos, probably watched nearly every one, basically addicted (not anymore). Recently I tuned in and saw a young man, who I recognize as being a relatively new Sahajan (joined within the past year or two if I'm not mistaken..). I remember when he arrived to Sahaja and started showing up on camera there
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3 years ago
klaklaklak
Devotee: "Mooji? I *always* wanted to sit at Jesus' feet. Just in my heart, just like a little kid." Another devotee shouting from crowd: "You are..!" Devotee: "I know!" Mooji appearing uncomfortable, quietly accepts it: "thank you" Here is a screen recording of the interaction. Mooji Media Ltd. will see this and have the YouTube c
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3 years ago
klaklaklak
(against their copyright but) here's a clip from Sahaja Express / his recent trip to India, Mooji contemplates "the worst thing that could happen" youtube
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3 years ago
klaklaklak
Mooji teaches that you can be one with God but not equal to God. There is a heavenly Father, who can guide, that you can be in real harmony with and absorbed in, if you make that highest wish, though the timing/play of your destiny is ultimately at the mercy of God. I don't know that he's claiming to be God...he will say that he's gone beyond heaven/heavenly realms into absolute
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
3 years ago
klaklaklak
can’t speak on the sexual nature of abuse but as someone who’s spent thousands of hours in online satsang w Mooji over the past 3 years - i am familiar with the nuances of the climate there and whats promoted / encouraged /upheld - i can see where psychological trauma could result if the teachings are now being used to serve him, where he should be in service to them. Yes truth combusts into p
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
3 years ago
klaklaklak
Posted by Jennifer Millar in relation to Guru mag article 3/6 via FB "There’s no surprise here! I feel that believing in a guru/living God is analogous to believing in Santa. It’s a phase of human development that juices our imagination, enlivens our inner magic and keeps us hooked by and excited for future presents, (if I’m a good girl/good boy and keep Santa Guru happy, I’ll get
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