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15 years ago
Gulab Jamon
Bonnie, I think a better term would be "spiritual correctness". The term "political correctness" is way overused and often used inaccurately. These days it seems like people throw that term around as a generic insult of any opinion they don't agree with. I think your assessment of the mentality in Sedona is right on, but I don't think it stems from "polit
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 years ago
Gulab Jamon
Quotesaintgeorgehttp://fire.prohosting.com/tantraf/ This page is dedicated to expose an evil that is pursuing and taking advantage of women seeking spiritual enlightenment. There have been, and continue to be, women contacted worldwide by this man calling himself Marajh or Marajh Singh. He also uses the name Raj, Arajh, Araj, or Araj Singh. None of these are his real name. He claims to hav
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 years ago
Gulab Jamon
Never heard of it. But hey, that's near my old neighborhood!
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 years ago
Gulab Jamon
Personally I enjoyed most of my visits to the SRF centers in Encinitas and Pacific Palisades when I was out visiting California. I had read Yogananda's book "Autobiography of a Yogi" and found it interesting. Most of the people I met there were nice and polite, but I did have a couple of really weird, disturbing things happen there. I visited the Encinitas center in March of 2
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 years ago
Gulab Jamon
Quotepatrick-darcyu seem to have a tendency to insist that there is something good in landmark. until u relieve yourself of this way of thinking i believe u will probably go back again. Hey, give her a break! She has a right to her opinion. She's done Landmark and you haven't, and if she says she got something good out of it along with the bad, who are you to tell her that her fee
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
15 years ago
Gulab Jamon
A lot of Advaita teachers are located in Sedona too. I believe Pamela Wilson is based there, and some others. Advaita is a branch of Vedanta Hinduism. Its original teachers were Ramana Maharshi, Poonjaji (Andrew Cohen's guru) and in America, Robert Adams. There are lots of Advaita "teachers" out there who are treated like gurus even though they're supposedly not.
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
15 years ago
Gulab Jamon
Quotecorboy (Moderator note: If any reader is familiar with the Hindu sacred calendar, please let us what 'Guru's Day' is, which groups observe it and whether there are specific ceremonies connected with it -- a citation or URL for sources would be helpful--thanks) I assume you're talking about Guru Purnima?
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
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