Gurus as vampires, and the spiritual cannibalism racket /2009/12/07/gurus-as-vampires-and-the-spiritual-cannibalism-racket/ MBFM’s instincts are right. With Gold the issue of spiritual cannibalism comes to the fore and remains the joker in the deck behind the front he calls his teaching (he actually has no teaching, and reshuffles bullshit every few years into a new concoction). We are getting … Continue reading Gurus as vampires, and the spiritual cannibalism racket
Introduction We have uploaded all the posts from the old Gurdjieff Con: it might be time to distill the gist with a selection, commentary, and a short book about the issues raised in a unique blog: as far as I know noone has ever stood up to occult gurus and lived to tell the tale. … Continue reading Ages, new ages, axial ages, last and first men and an archive of The Gurdjieff Con
Comments on Bhagavad Gita MBFM on BG as neo-brahmin propaganda mybrainisafleamarket said,
More on Gopi Krishna MBFM comments on Gopi Krishna, previous post: mybrainisafleamarket said, 29.01.10 at 8:11 pm Will state this: I was never really sure what the point was for trying to attain Kundalini. Mr Krishna’s descriptions of the state resembled a description of a combination bad illness/psychiatric disorder.
More on Nityananda Comment on Nityananda mybrainisafleamarket said, 20.01.10 at 2:30 pm · For another perspective on this, get and read Gopi Krishna’s book, ‘Living with Kundalini’.
Jan Fishan Khan MBFM on Idries Shah post mybrainisafleamarket said, 19.01.10 at 10:42 am ·A page on Sardhana, where Jan Fishan Khan awarded an estate and pension by the British. It was safety, but it was exile far from home, far, far from Afghanistan.
Idries Shah and Gerald Gardner MBFM comment on More on Idries Shah mybrainisafleamarket said, 05.01.10 at 9:17 pm · Am not sure if my earlier post went through. In case it did not, researchers might wish to study the relationship between young Idries Shah and Gerald Gardner, considered the great revivor of Wiccan paganism.
Note from MBFM mybrainisafleamarket said, 02.01.10 at 7:26 pm Happy new year, gang. Ive been having a return of insomnia, so am taking a break. But my omnivorous reading continues. Anytime I find anything relevant to this section of Darwiniana, I’ll be glad to alert nemo.
More on Idries Shah mybrainisafleamarket said, 14.12.09 at 9:21 am · Yet more debate on Shah, pro and con, here. Note that one pro-Shah person eventually, toward the end, suggested “20:03, 8 Feb 2004 (UTC) I propose that this page should be removed since it seems to have a attracted a lot of people who … Continue reading More on Idries Shah /2009/12/14/more-on-idries-shah/
Idries Shah, Ichazo, Lilly, etc Two comments on Idries Shah & Robert Graves, etc… mybrainisafleamarket said, 14.12.09 at 8:59 am · Author Idries Shah, Ichazo, Lilly, etc are mentioned here. (text only version) ‘The Enneagram: A Developmental Study” by James Moore first published in 1987 and updated 2004 “The sea of faith, whose ‘melancholy, long … Continue reading Idries Shah, Ichazo, Lilly, etc/2009/12/14/idries-shah-ichazo-lilly-etc/