---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :
I am probably one of the few people here who would venture to remark that (and this is based on my own experience), yagyas work, although the ones done for me were not done through the TMO. What intrigues me about Salyavin's tirades is his claim that the TMO actually does not even perform the yagyas people pay them to do. I have not heard this before and wonder how anyone would know that it is true. It is one thing to say the yagyas do not work, but quite another to claim that they are never even performed. There's a lot of ways of answering this. Perhaps the reason yours work is because they weren't done by the TMO, somebody actually did them But that's a joke of course. I'm sure that a lot people think someone saying a prayer for them actually affects things but I don't believe it. Your experience could be the one double-six among the many thousands that didn't do anything because something happening because someone prays for you is a coincidence and bound to happen sooner or later, nothing else. My experience is that an awful lot of people spend an awful lot of money on something they don't even witness. Birthdays, looking for a new job, dying cats, dying friends, building a new house, the list is probably endless. But I've never seen a remotely convincing effect, the people of Skelmersdale spent many many thousands on yagya's to help them find land for a new vastu site but didn't get one they liked. Why didn't the laws of nature support them? Isolated example? Hardly! I could go on. And on. And on. And on. Basically they are crap because they don't work, and the theory behind the idea doesn't even hold water. I was told that my jyotish chart revealed I had some bad karma returning and needed yagya's to prevent it's arrival. Obviously I declined and settled back to see what the bad karma might be, but whadya know? You guessed it, nothing happened. What I did there was science. Science is how we learn not to kid ourselves. But they are such a major part of living the vedic life that people hand over the cash at the drop of a hat. Sick friend? Yagya. Still sick? Yagya. Dead friend? Yagya to help him in his next life. I'd be fascinated to know just how much this rakes in for the TMO and all on a glaring lack of evidence. I don't care if people believe it, I jsut want to know why they are so expensive? And look at how they are sold in the TMO? Some newbie asked the teacher at the local centre what they were and he described them as a "sophisticated vedic recipe to influence future events from the highest level of nature's functioning" Sounds pretty good yes? What they do is sit around a model of vishnu's cock and flick ghee at it while asking the gods to intervene on your behalf. That's it. Really. And I'd like to know where the few hundred pundits in India find the time to do them all? Either they don't take very long or they do them en masse. But I'm not accusing them of not doing them, I'm just curious as to how they find the time. I know someone who had five health yagyas for migraine, I asked why they needed five if they are so good? All they said was "It probably works on a level I'm not aware of". Brilliant bit of brainwashing by the Reesh, sell something that doesn't work and tell them it does work! That was $25,000 for someone, for nothing. And nobody apart from me ever questions it. Go figure.... ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <olliesedwuz@...> wrote : yeah, very strange. These people have become bitterly disappointed at their experiences regarding TM, and so, "attempt to spread the truth about TM and the org behind it" and "save" others. There is not a nickel's worth of space between that expression and the Christian fundamentalists - same psychological mistake; transference. They cannot accept that they didn't get it, and so turn on those who are experiencing a benefit, blind to the fact that any issue is with themselves, and not the TM or TMO, or practitioners of TM. This is in no way a defense of the TM Org, which has a lot of issues. But there are ways of tackling a problem productively, and there is empty complaining. As you say, we are all adults, and nobody appreciates a bunch of blowhards trumpeting the same hollow message, that they know the real truth about TM and the TMO and are here to enlighten the rest of us. What rubbish. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <steve.sundur@...> wrote : Strange, ain't it. Someone, in this case, Salyavin, feeling they need to save someone from themselves. As if there is not abundant information to peruse with regard to the TM movement such that Salyavin feels the impassioned need to take on the role. What becomes a little weird is that there is no difference from this attitude and the fundamentalist attitude that "they" (the fundamentalist) knows what's best for another, and therefore makes it a mission to convert "the other". And then, you must ask, where does it end. The title of this autobiography is, "How I Became a Tyrant" ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote : ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <awoelflebater@...> wrote : ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote : ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <awoelflebater@...> wrote : I figure most of those investing in or tooting the horn for yagya donations are grown adults who can decide if they want to spend their money on chanting or on a fitbit or the latest VW convertible. But can they decide? When you're embroiled in a cult you can really start to believe what they tell you as I'm sure you're aware. Obviously it's up to people to become scientifically aware and think their way out of the stupidity before it bankrupts them or they end up moving to a town where this sort of excuse for thinking is taken so much for granted that it becomes a given rather than the utterly astonishing load of pseudo-scientific nonsense that it actually is. Grown ups can believe anything they like, but if people you know are habitually throwing their money into a hole in the ground - or in this case real estate in Florida - when they think they are creating some sort of peace creating group of Indian chanters the we owe it to them to darw it to their attention or we aren't very good friends. If you knew someone who was being scammed by a devious pension plan wouldn't you tell them if you knew? Yet the TMO gets many millions from selling prayers and all the while setting up a pseudo-scientific justification in the shape of Marshy's crap lectures about the unified field and continuing with John Hagelin's equally crap videos about string theory. It's a deliberate attempt to mis-sell something. The funny thing is they claim to be interested in science and yet they never put any of the more dubious products on the TM price list under any sort of serious scrutiny. Now, this discussion about Nader and how he could possibly have so much money (how much does he have? ) seems like many are jumping to conclusions about his guilt with regard to the Movement handing over millions of dollars to him for some reason. Why would they do this? Is he worth that much to them? I don't know Nader from a hole in the ground other than, I believe, he possesses a gold outfit complete with crown in his closet. I suggest people get some hard facts before proclaiming his guilt from the rooftops. BTW, where did you get your information? Judy seems to think that is important and you didn't answer that question in your response here. Judy has consistently demonstrated that she is an idiot to the extent that I never read her posts. She knows as well as I do where all this information about King Tony comes from. Is there another explanation for the wealth of the Nader family other than the TMO setting him up as some sort of world leader in waiting? If there is I haven't seen it, as he's a public figure appointed by Marshy to be the hereditary ruler of his domain I think we are owed an explanation. But I don't trust the TMO about money for the reasons I have stated. Nonprofit Financial Statements - FindLaw http://smallbusiness.findlaw.com/incorporation-and-legal-structures/nonprofit-financial-statements.html http://smallbusiness.findlaw.com/incorporation-and-legal-structures/nonprofit-financial-statements.html Nonprofit Financial Statements - FindLaw http://smallbusiness.findlaw.com/incorporation-and-legal-structures/nonprofit-financial-statements.html Question: Do 501(c)(3) non-profit corporations have to make their financial statements available to the public? Answer: Yes. Non-profit corporations ... View on smallbusiness.findlaw... http://smallbusiness.findlaw.com/incorporation-and-legal-structures/nonprofit-financial-statements.html Preview by Yahoo -JaiGuruYou ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <rick@...> wrote : http://m.palmbeachdailynews.com/news/business/real-estate/palm-beacher-pays-43m-for-lot-a-half-mile-from-hom/nqDbj/ http://m.palmbeachdailynews.com/news/business/real-estate/palm-beacher-pays-43m-for-lot-a-half-mile-from-hom/nqDbj/ I just read this. Isn't Tony Nader one of the Rajas? Or is he just a scientist/doctor? Not having been a follower of what goes on in the TM Movement since 1985 I presume this is news - the fact that he has some bucks? If you're a Raja don't you have had to have donated a wheelbarrow full of money or something? If that is the case, the amount is $1m (?) then it comes as no surprise that someone has a lot more than that in their bank account. Only an idiot would donate $1m and not have at least $10m in the bank, minimum. salyavin808 writes: This is the TMO doing what it does best. Soliciting donations for it's "world plan for world peace, bringing enlightenment and prosperity to all nations" and then spending it all on real estate. They have big plans you see, the idea has always a world wide network of palaces and embassies for the "rajas", but no one would pay for that directly so they get you with the old "pundit program" scam, it still seems to work, get a maniac like John Hagelin to make it all sound scientific with a video about string theory, and everyone will think it's valid in some sort of demonstrable way, Before you know it the millions are rolling in from the hopeful flock who have been brainwashed for decades with crap about vedas and physics and now vedas and physiology. I do remember them saying that they'd give refunds in future if the "peace creating" pundit groups didn't happen. Well they didn't happen, not even slightly. This recent layout of funds on big houses for the bigwigs gives the lie to that. It should be obvious that not even they believe all that "coherence creating" bullshit, the question is: What are TMers going to do about it? I'm sure you all received the letter I did recently, about doubling your monthly donation for the yagya programme? Bet you didn't think it was going on flying lessons for the King, expensive jeweller for his wife, or expensive - and non TM - schools for their kids. Keep the money rolling in, Heaven on Earth awaits. Just not for you.... ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <dhamiltony2k5@...> wrote : Tonight's Phone Call with Maharaja Rajaraam Enjoy an Evening with Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam Extra seating will be available in Festival Hall We are looking forward to the phone call from Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam during Lesson Two of the Ramayan in Human Physiology Course this evening. Everyone is invited. This event is free, and you can come even if you missed Lesson One. It starts at 7:45in Dalby Hall. We expect lots of people, so please come early. Extra room is provided in Festival Hall. The first two lessons of the Ramayan in Human Physiology are free and open to the community. Everyone is invited. The prerequisite for the course is instruction in the TM Technique and completion of STC108 or equivalent; or completion of the TM-Sidhis Course and a valid dome badge. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <olliesedwuz@...> wrote : Brilliant. Yes, two sides of the same coin, yet not letting go of the coin, which rusted through a long time ago. A dodge and distraction from life's procession. Both the followers and anti-followers create meaning around an object which cannot be perfected nor destroyed, perpetually. A spinning mirror to look into, transfixed, instead of simply dealing with the nature of life and our intimate relationship with it. The mind as the naked emperor, parading in front of its fantasies. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <awoelflebater@...> wrote : ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote : Yeah, he be the MAHARAJA! I would guess his family has money, especially if he's a doctor and hung out with Maharishi a lot. I doubt he has had to spend much time in an emergency room or maintain a practice fixing up people to pay off student loans. It is very apparent that the guy has money, and it makes sense to me. Why wouldn't a highly educated medical man have made a decent amount of money and has anyone (imagine!) considered that perhaps his wife has a good job? Or maybe there is family money as well. As for some of these other people who became rajas and ranis, I've heard at least one and maybe more had to virtually beg for assistance to pay the million dollar fee. The TM movement is and always been full of idiots. I have my doubts as to whether many could have made it in the real world. I know for a fact they couldn't and didn't. There are so many airy fairy neurotics who crowd into the lineup to see their current favorite guru or who run, feverishly, to jump on some bandwagon that sounds like the next greatest thing. There are many "misfits" and just plain strange human beings on this Earth and we have a small proportion right here on FFL (not to mention over at number 2) who fell into that category and who still appear (as of my last viewing of them before the Great Divide) just as obsessed as ever with the Movement and what it's up to or how they can work out their unresolved feelings about having been screwed by MMY and those who were his "henchmen". You really have to wonder what it would take for many of them to simply move on and make an effort to unencumber themselves from it all. Personally, I sense a kind of addiction - as twisted as it actually is. The irony of it all is many of these obsessors think of themselves as unattached just because they have a negative opinion. It doesn't matter whether one's opinion is negative or positive; as long as you keep obsessing and showing interest you're still very much involved. From: "awoelflebater@... [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2016 10:38 AM Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Tony Nader's new lot ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <rick@...> wrote : http://m.palmbeachdailynews.com/news/business/real-estate/palm-beacher-pays-43m-for-lot-a-half-mile-from-hom/nqDbj/ http://m.palmbeachdailynews.com/news/business/real-estate/palm-beacher-pays-43m-for-lot-a-half-mile-from-hom/nqDbj/ I just read this. Isn't Tony Nader one of the Rajas? Or is he just a scientist/doctor? Not having been a follower of what goes on in the TM Movement since 1985 I presume this is news - the fact that he has some bucks? If you're a Raja don't you have had to have donated a wheelbarrow full of money or something? If that is the case, the amount is $1m (?) then it comes as no surprise that someone has a lot more than that in their bank account. Only an idiot would donate $1m and not have at least $10m in the bank, minimum.