--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> on 1/1/06 9:35 AM, mrsatva at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >  
> >> Because it got too weird for people, or what ?
> > 
> > Probebly all the reasons why people are leaving the TMO...
> > 
> > I have been thinking about it for quit some time now and I thing the
> > main reasons are to many scratches in the heart.
> > One of the biggest TMO problems: the way people treat eatch other.
> I wonder how the TMO compares with other spiritual movements in terms of
> this problem. There are plenty of sweet people in the movement, and
> of jerks who hopefully are getting sweeter, but it's been a long
haul. If
> the TMO is worse than average, why is that? Maharishi has given
plenty of
> lip service to "speak the sweet truth" and "the world is my family," but
> does he treat the people around him that way and does he inspire his
> followers to do the same? If so, is his inspiration explicit or by
> Or, on the other hand, are people treated like expendable
commodities, to be
> discarded if they become ill, run out of money, become too
independent in
> their thinking, get eclipsed by someone with skills exceeding
theirs, etc?
> Is that any different than the way a corporation functions? Should
it be?
> For some reason, I felt like writing this as a series of questions.
I think
> each question could be answered with examples both pro and con, so
we would
> have to look at what the predominant tendency has been. I don't feel
> spouting glib answers at the moment. I guess everyone draws their own
> conclusions, based on their experience, and acts accordingly. As you
say, in
> Germany, most have left.

Unless there is some hidden activity, I think it's probably correct to
say that, EVERYWHERE, most have left. Not just in Germany.


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