Evidently the culturing of behavior and ‘awakening’ of transcendence in life 
run on different a-b axis as variables. 

 .One could suppose that in outing ‘a list’ of poor players it would open a 
small shop like Watkins (BATGAP too) to liability sorts of legal suits. 


 I can recognize some TMers and ex-TMers in the list: 6 

5 Oprah Winfrey
6 Oprah Winfrey
9 Arianna Huffington
11 Deepak Chopra
16 Russell Brand.

but I am sure there are others. Can someone make a full search?


---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <dhamiltony...@yahoo.com> wrote :

 On the BATGAP web and facebook pages bad characters in behavior get 'outed' 
through replies (#metoo), bad actors are not listed by name and likely for 
litigious reason also their interview simply gets dropped from the web page and 
topic of awakening enlightenment mostly succumbs to debate there to just being 
about, “what is enlightenment?”, not necessarily what is moral spiritually, in 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <dhamiltony...@yahoo.com> wrote :

 Watkins: Additionally, we were highly selective in creating this list and did 
our best to remove candidates who spread messages that were hateful or 
intolerant. Ultimately, this list is meant to celebrate the positive influence 
of today’s spiritual teachers.
Who was dropped from consideration on the list?

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <dhamiltony...@yahoo.com> wrote :

 In finding rating on spiritual scales of transformation, do Watkins or others 
keep a ‘Consumer Report’ version of their listings in mind including the high 
and low moral character of teachers or groups?  Parsing teachers who evidently 
can be trusted ethically, or not? 
 As people are looking at spiritual teachers in the marketplace can folks find 
out about ethical trustworthiness of teachers, in ratings they can trust?  

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <dhamiltony...@yahoo.com> wrote :

 And spiritually ethical?  
 Have they had to edit their Watkins ‘spiritual’ list down, like Rick Archer 
has had to do hosting interviews on BATGAP as some ‘awakened’ teachers are 
found (#MeToo) with narcissitically low spiritual behavior.. The BAD-GAP of the 


---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 Friday 02nd, February 2018 / 15:01  in Magazine 
https://www.watkinsmagazine.com/category/highlights, Spiritual 100
 We are delighted to share with you Watkins’ 2018 list of the 100 Most 
Spiritually Influential Living People – spiritual teachers, activists, authors 
and thinkers that change the world. The list comes out in print in the Spring 
issue, #53 of Watkins Mind Body Spirit magazine on February 2 (you can get a 
copy of this issue here or take out a full year subscription 
http://www.watkinsmagazine.com/subscribe here).
 Watkins bookshop in London has been encouraging spiritual discovery and 
providing seekers with esoteric knowledge for over 120 years. In 2011, we 
started publishing the 100 list with the goal of celebrating the world’s living 
spiritual teachers. Our special magazine issue features 16 pages dedicated to 
interesting details, bios, photos and highlights about each person on the list. 
As you read through this list, we hope that you feel as inspired as we are by 
each individual’s significant impact.
 2018 Spiritual 100 list at a glance: 1 Pope Francis
 2 Dalai Lama
 3 Desmond Tutu
 4 Eckhart Tolle
 5 Tony Robbins
 6 Oprah Winfrey
 7 David Lynch
 8 Bob Dylan
 9 Arianna Huffington
 10 Paulo Coelho
 11 Deepak Chopra
 12 Erich von Däniken
 13 Alejandro Jodorowsky
 14 Ram Dass
 15 Sadhguru (Jaggi Vasudev)
 16 Russell Brand
 17 Thich Nhat Hanh
 18 Sam Harris
 19 Malala Yousafzai
 20 Thomas S. Monson
 21 Alice Walker
 22 Matthew Fox
 23 Iyanla Vanzant
 24 Elizabeth Gilbert
 25 Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
 26 Esther Hicks
 27 Teal Swan
 28 Amma
 29 Francis Chan
 30 Robin Sharma
 31 Don Miguel Ruiz
 32 Jon Kabat-Zinn
 33 James Lovelock
 34 Vandana Shiva 35 Marianne Williamson
 36 Rupert Sheldrake
 37 Michael Bernard Beckwith
 38 Rob Bell
 39 Graham Hancock
 40 Hamza Yusuf
 41 Thomas Moore
 42 Justin Welby
 43 Mooji
 44 Martin Seligman
 45 Richard Bach
 46 Rowan Williams
 47 Karen Armstrong
 48 Alex Grey
 49 Ken Wilber
 50 Robert Thurman
 51 Pema Chödrön
 52 Prem Rawat
 53 Rhonda Byrne
 54 Gabrielle Bernstein
 55 Andrew Weil
 56 Richard Rohr
 57 Daniel Goleman
 58 Gary Snyder
 59 Neale Donald Walsch
 60 Jack Canfield
 61 Eben Alexander
 62 Dan Millman
 63 Daisaku Ikeda
 64 Andrew Forrest
 65 Brian Weiss
 66 Julia Cameron
 67 Anita Moorjani
 68 Doreen Virtue 69 Gregg Braden
 70 Ajahn Brahm
 71 Bruce Lipton
 72 Steve Taylor
 73 Byron Katie
 74 Akhtar Raza Khan
 75 Stanislav Grof
 76 Richard Bandler
 77 Robert Bly
 78 Larry Harvey
 79 Jack Kornfield
 80 Fritjof Capra
 81 Satish Kumar
 82 Clarissa Pinkola estÉs
 83 Caroline Myss
 84 Adyashanti
 85 James van Praagh
 86 Muhammad Abdul Wahhab
 87 Starhawk
 88 Daniel Pinchbeck
 89 David Frawley
 90 Elaine Pagels
 91 Lynne McTaggart
 92 Daniel J. Siegel
 93 Elizabeth Lesser
 94 Lee Carroll
 95 Mantak Chia
 96 David Deida
 97 Tara Brach
 98 Vadim Zeland
 99 James Redfield
 100 Richard Saul Wurman To discover more about each spiritual teacher, get a 
copy of issue 53, Spring 2018.
 There are several factors that were taken into account when compiling the 
list. The main three criteria are:
 1) The person has to be alive as of January 1st, 2018
 2) The person has to have made a unique and spiritual contribution on a global 
 3) The person is frequently googled, appears in Nielsen Data, has a Wikipedia 
page, and is actively talked about throughout the Internet By taking into 
account the amount of times that a person is googled or how many times their 
Wikipedia profile is viewed, the list gains a highly democratic and transparent 
parameter. Additionally, we were highly selective in creating this list and did 
our best to remove candidates who spread messages that were hateful or 
intolerant. Ultimately, this list is meant to celebrate the positive influence 
of today’s spiritual teachers.


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