The world is as you are, Barry. A sad, unhappy old man, sees a sad, unhappy, 
old world. (I have seen your recent picture).  But not all of us do. For some 
of us, the world continues to be a brighter place, with new friends, new 
places, so much love, and endless adventures. There is enough diversity in the 
world for you, if you had the consciousness for it, to be far removed from the 
subjects that trouble you so. You could be enjoying endless fun and high 
spirits, in Europe, instead of chasing us around like an old maid, with a 
broom. Enjoy life, and become the best example of it, instead of this 
churlishness, this complete waste of life you indulge in. You live with a 
vibrant young child. Emulate her, instead of kicking your mind all over the 
field of unhappiness. 
 Anyway, my two cents, for helping you out.
 ---In, <turquoiseb@...> wrote :

 Dear HamiltonD, otherwise known as Crazy Buck,

 You can try to spin the lack of results from the "group program" in Fairfield 
any way you want. I choose to take the most obvious interpretation -- there 
have been no appreciable results because the entire IDEA of the TMSP affecting 
the environment was a huge crock of shit made up by Maharishi and sold to 
people gullible enough to believe it. They chose *to* believe it because they 
were desperate to feel that they were somehow more "important" in the world 
than they were. Since that was their primary motivation in life, they were 
willing to sacrifice jobs, salary, and living in a decent place and instead 
move to Fairfield to bounce around on their butts, waiting patiently for the 
promised World Peace and Age Of Enlightenment that *they* (being so important 
and all) were supposed to be creating. 


 Decades later, they're still waiting. Worse, at several points along the way, 
having already taken the insane step of believing all this stuff, they fell 
prey to Maharishi screaming at them (while he was still alive, of course) and 
telling them that this obvious failure to see results in the world was THEIR 
fault. They were conscientious enough, they weren't doing their program 
"right," or they weren't "donating" enough money for yagyas and whatever else 
he claimed was still needed. And every time he tried to shame them into 
participating more or giving more, they fell for it again and allowed him to 
blame them. That, after all, was preferable to believing that they *weren't* 
important and at the center of world change.

 Now comes this horseshit, just another round of trying to blame those still 
around and still brainwashed enough to still be going to the domes for the 
*still* obvious failure to produce the expected results. And again, the idiot 
who wrote this is counting on people *still* being brainwashed enough to fall 
for it, and *accept* the blame being shifted onto them. As unbelievable as it 
may sound, there *are* people out there who would prefer believing that the 
dome programs haven't produced their promised results because *they* or their 
neighbors were leaving out parts of their program than believing that the dome 
program never produced any results because it never had *any* effect on the 
world in the first place. 


 I honestly feel sorry for you Doug, and for anyone else who actually buys into 
this. For a year or so, back in the beginning, I can understand people being 
open enough and hopeful enough to actually *believe* that by bouncing on their 
butts they were going to create a crime-free and stress-free Fairfield and 
world. Especially when told that *THEY* were so important that *THEY* would be 
causing all these wonderful changes. 


 But after a couple of years with no results? After five years with no results? 
After several panicky emergency phone calls from Maharishi telling you that the 
world would end unless you either came to a special butt-bouncing course or 
coughed up more money? After ten years with no results? After 20 years with no 
results? After *30* years with no results? A person would have to be some kind 
of *idiot* to still  be trucking off to the domes through the snow twice a day. 


 And that's not the worst of it. NOW whoever wrote this wants these few who 
have hung in there all this time to feel BAD about still being this gullible 
because THEIR efforts were not "good enough." It's THEIR fault that there 
haven't been any results from all this butt-bouncing. They weren't doing their 
full program.


 Yeah, right. 

 The "numbers" mean nothing. They never did. The entire project was bullshit, 
from Day One to present. That's what a rational person would believe, looking 
at the history of it all. 


 But if you'd prefer to take the blame for all this butt-bouncing having 
accomplished nothing, feel free. Just don't ask anyone else to respect you for 
being that gullible, that stupid, and *still* that wlling to be abused, just so 
you can consider yourself "important." What a fuckin' waste of life...


 From: "dhamiltony2k5@... [FairfieldLife]" <>
 Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 12:58 PM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] FWD: A Time to Act, in Meditation
   Dear Turquoiseb, in defense of the data it should be pointed out that the 
numbers of people in group meditation in Fairfield has recently dwindled to 
levels that were present at the nadir of TM in the mid- '00's . As the 
Invincible America Assembly was created in 2006 it had been noticed that the 
numbers were bottoming at a couple hundred. From there the numbers took off and 
the pundits were added to the total meditating here. The field effect was quite 
palpable powerful in collective spiritual practice. Recently with the demise of 
the Settle grant and the drying up of money otherwise both the numbers of 
meditators and pundits has diminished. Scientifically one can feel the 
difference in cause-and-effect spiritually.  That explains a lot.   JaiGuruDev, 

 turquoiseb wrote :
 "The Pandit incident, the local suicide situation, and other problems clearly 
show that if not enough of us are participating in Group Program, we have to 
make up for it with direct local action."


 How cultists think, personified. An alternative sentence, formed by a sane 
person evaluating the same situation, might be:

 "The Pandit incident, the local suicide situation, and other problems clearly 
show that 'Group Program' does nothing at all."



 Subject: [FairfieldLife] FWD: A Time to Act, in Meditation
   JGD, a call to action.
 Mail from the communal inbox, this is one fit to galvanize (polarize) most 
everyone in all the FF communities...

 -Buck in FF

 Dear All,
 This letter is a private letter not on behalf of any organization, and is 
addressed only to practitioners of the TM-Sidhi program.
 JFAN's recent well-attended annual anti-cafo meeting had much anger and 
intensity. Several distinguished speakers repeatedly attacked “business as 
usual” to a roused and emotional audience. It is encouraging that 42% of the 
U.S. is party- independent, and frequent statements about all the good 
happening are likely true, and I appreciate and enjoy them, along with the 
growing silence and bliss in the spiritual population - natural and expected in 
an evolutionary process of the rise of Natural Law.
 But increasing intensity of partisan polemics and attack and a greatly 
increased barrage of election mailings show that a significant portion of 
America is on fire, with a rather disturbed collective consciousness.
 The greater the knowledge, the greater the responsibility. What can we do?
 Don't expect anyone else to do it. This is what responsibility means.
 4 Action Steps (any one or more of these 4)
 1. Create Group Program
 2. Speak 'Up'
 3. Get Involved in Local Government
 4. Do All Portions of Program
 1. Group Program: “ the most powerful means of transforming [and 
stabilizing] society that exists, or ever will exist.” - Maharishi
 Several facilities are available, or create your own with friends. Maharishi 
consistently favored both large hub facilities and small neighborhood programs. 
At least time program with the community schedule. Don't quit. Don't give up.
 2. Speaking Up  “Communication is the single most important factor in the 
success of an organization.” - Maharishi
 It is not up to leaders to do it all. It is up to each of us. Don't sweat the 
small stuff but if you feel that something is too far off, it is vital to 
communicate that respectfully (speak 'up') to appropriate people. If enough 
people bring up something, it is going to get attention. Nothing bad will 
happen. It is worth doing this.
 Nyaya (two way flow) and Nirukta (feed-back) require this for a healthy 
system. A social or organizational system cannot work properly without 
constructive feedback.
 Solutions Group: responsible for admin policy for the Super Radiance community
 Ideal Community Group: responsible for increasing participation in Super 
 Dome Committees: responsible specifically for the Domes
 Settle Grant Board: responsible for the Settle Grant
 Invincible America Department: implements Solution Group policy  (472-1212, 
Gate Ridge Building), IAD should be able to give you the member lists and 
contact info for these groups  A list of members of these groups was emailed to 
the whole Sidha community not long ago.
 3. Get Involved in Local Politics   (Please refer to Raja Raam's Appeal in the 
Dome last Spring)
 This is new, but emphatically requested by Raja Raam (Don't be passive, but 
very active to oppose and stop the grain elevator complex).
 A massive industrial presence, too close -  with pollution, noise, traffic, 
and financial issues -  potential of a chemical fertilizer plant, truck stop, 
and who knows what else, is a parody on a sustainable model community, 
notwithstanding statements by business thinking portrayed as community 
leadership. Plus Ever encroaching and massively proliferating cafo's.
 It is past time to stop rolling out the red carpet to big money (or a carpet 
being rolled out over us), whether it be Wal-Mart, the Lamson Woods dog park, 
U.S. Cellular, Neptune Smart Meter, Heartland Co-op, Monsanto, Cargill.
 The Pandit incident, the local suicide situation, and other problems clearly 
show that if not enough of us are participating in Group Program, we have to 
make up for it with direct local action.
 Almost all the candidates running in this election represent business as 
usual, although they may be friendly, nice people, and competent in the 
dysfunctional picture of the past. But they embody what has not been working. 
Two candidates running in this election are not speaking in terms of business 
as usual. Please find out who they are and vote for them.
 4. Do All Components of Our Program   “A casual attitude toward program brings 
casual results.” - Maharishi
 Many of us have stopped or substantially reduced key program components. Any 
undone component substantially reduces growth and impairs the holistic synergy 
and effectiveness of program. The result in the community and country is clear. 
 Don't quit. Don't let it go. The nation needs our help and will continue to 
need it.
 No temporary resolutions. 'Idea' meetings and discussions are secondary. It 
will be greatly to your advantage and the country's to decide to do one or more 
of the above 4 for the rest of your life, and do it. It will make a huge 
 Thank you very much for your time and attention.
 Jai Guru Dev,



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