The thing is, both Collins and the TMO have hyped his practice of TM and TMSP 
as that which keeps him on a even keel in the entertainment world - they make 
big claims for his practice doing all kinds of stuff for him.

 From: "Share Long [FairfieldLife]" 
To: "" <> 
Sent: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 11:01 AM
Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Stephen Collins Admits to Molesting Underage Girl

Michael, certainly I have been exposed to the TMO more than most people. I've 
been in FF for 26 years and lived on campus for the first 14 of those years. I 
earned both an MA in SCI and an MS in psychology from MUM. During that time I 
took relationship workshops because I realized that I needed specific knowledge 
about successfully navigating that often complicated area of life.

In large part I left campus 12 years ago because I realized that I had "issues" 
and that I needed to deal with them with expert help. Maybe I'm just more 
practical than Stephen Collins! But in almost 40 years, I have only missed 
between 5 and 10 meditations. And that was due to illness or traveling. And 
includes the 7 years when I did not have contact with MUM or the TMO. I did my 
TMSP at home. 

We don't really know any details about Stephen's TMSP practice. Thus to draw 
conclusions is not really useful.

I see the TMO as part of a world that is constantly evolving. And recently, I 
see the TMO itself evolving. 

Take the best and leave the rest!

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 9:45 AM, "Michael Jackson 
[FairfieldLife]" <> wrote:


Perhaps that TM is a technique that can be of great benefit to some, and, on 
its own, not to others.

I agree that may be true for some, the problem is that the Old Fraud and his 
organization, the Movement have always make outrageous unsupportable claims for 
the efficacy and benefits of of TM for EVERYONE. This gives people who know 
nothing about TM unreasonable expectations and sets them up for disappointment 
on many levels. 

If one reads and listens to the hype about TM and TMSP the existence of a 
mental/emotional state that would lead one to be a child molester should not be 
possible in someone who has done TMSP for decades. Yet it happens. If the TMO 
billed TM for what it actually is, instead of what they claim for it, I would 
never say a word. 

It is the fraud, the lies and the misuse of people that makes the TMO a 
fundamentally corrupt and disgusting organization. 

And the meditation itself is mediocre - it is not the superlative better than 
any other technique, superior to all others the Movement does and Marshy did 
claim that it is.

 From: "Share Long [FairfieldLife]" 
To: "" <> 
Sent: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 10:18 AM
Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Stephen Collins Admits to Molesting Underage Girl

Good day lurking reporters, yes Stephen Collins, who has molested children, has 
been a TM advocate. So too has Father Gabriel Mejia been a TM advocate. And he 
has rescued hundreds of Columbian street children with TM central to his 

What reasonable conclusions can be drawn from these opposite stories? Perhaps 
that TM is a technique that can be of great benefit to some, and, on its own, 
not to others.

>From my own experience I'd say that TM is necessary for full psychological 
>development. But in some cases, it is not sufficient. Nor is TM sufficient to 
>heal a toothache. Or a broken finger. Or a floundering marriage. 

Again, in my own experience, I'd say TM is perfect for preparing the ground for 
healing. And I think of it as my only spiritual practice. What I do to deal 
with my Attachment Disorder, those I think of as my healing modalities. They 
are complementary to my TM practice. But they could never replace it. 

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 2:04 AM, "TurquoiseBee 
[FairfieldLife]" <> wrote:

From: "Michael Jackson [FairfieldLife]" 

To: "" <> 
Sent: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 9:59 PM
Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Stephen Collins Admits to Molesting Underage Girl

And where are the TM apologists here on FFL on this revelation? Deadly silent!

They have shifted into "shoot the messenger" mode. There is, after all, 
*nothing* they can say to "apologize away" one of the TMO's superstars being 
investigated for child molestation. So since they can't excuse it away, they'll 
try to distract from it by attacking you and anyone else who brings it up. 

Hadn't you noticed this trend? All of the lurking reporters have. 

 From: wgm4u <>
Sent: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 3:16 PM
Subject: [FairfieldLife] Stephen Collins Admits to Molesting Underage Girl

Huh? I thought TM *automatically* made one a better just a few 
years no less! Gee, maybe MMY was, shall we say, *embellishing* the supposed 
benefits? More hyperbole from the great one I guess!

Today Stephen Collins, tomorrow, Raja Roger Ram? (and this is the highest 
teaching on the planet?)

'7th Heaven' Dad Stephen Collins Admits to Molesting Underage Girl, Fallout 
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Stephen Collins (Getty Images)Stephen Collins, who played minister and family 
man the Rev. Eric Camden on TV's 7th Heaven, confessed to his now ex-wife that 
he molested an underage girl and exposed himself to two others, prompting 
police on both coasts to examine his admission and Hollywood to distance itself 
from the actor.
"There is a formal complaint on file and the incident is being investigated by 
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