--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Ingegerd" 
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> <snip>
> > The profile of the TMO is "business" and "cult". That is what 
> > ordinary people seemore and more, when they hear the prices and 
> > learn what the TMO stands for.
> > An Indian Muslim came to me and learned Transcendental 
> > some weeks ago. (I am an Independent TM-Teacher). He had first 
> > checked out the TMO - and when he came to me, he said: "I do not 
> > want to be a part of a cult with Rajas and stuff. I do not want 
> > be a part of an organisation who has over-prized their courses. 
> > just want to learn Transcendental Meditation".
> Of course, unless things have changed, you can just learn
> Transcendental Meditation from the TMO without having to
> become part of a cult with Rajas and stuff (although of
> course you'll have to pay the TMO's prices).
> Did this gentleman really think learning TM from the TMO
> would mean joining a cult?  Or was he just looking for a
> lower price?

He had the image that the TMO was a cult. He could not accept that.
He is a businessman - and he could easily have paid the price of the 

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