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Kevin R. D. Shepherd (Kevin Shepherd) - Home Home Aspects Of Citizen Philosophy Kate Thomas & Findhorn Foundation Findhorn Foundation: Problems Letter To Robert Walter MP Ken Wilber and Integralism Internet Terrorist Gerald Joe Moreno Shirdi Sai Baba & Sai Baba Movement Climate Change Complexities Hazrat Babajan Desert Fathers and Christian Philosophy Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh Meher Baba and Yazd HOME PAGE Kevin R. D. Shepherd ECOLOGY - NEW AGE CRITIQUE - KEN WILBER - SUFISM - CHRISTIANITY I am a British author, born in 1950. I have composed diverse books ranging from Psychology in Science (1983) to Pointed Observations (2005) and Sai Baba of Shirdi: A Biographical Investigation (2015). This is the the third of my six websites. Two earlier sites are (2007) and the FAQ format (2008). For history of religion, see (2009). My fifth website is (2010). I also maintain the blog Commentaries, which relates to philosophy, religion, and other subjects. See further my profile and bibliography. The present website comprises the following entries: ASPECTS OF CITIZEN PHILOSOPHY A brief explanation of the orientation I have expressed in web articles, published epistles, and the book Pointed Observations. This orientation links to my exercise in a philosophy of culture, dating back to Meaning in Anthropos (1991). This project I have described as philosophical anthropography, not to be confused with ethnography. KATE THOMAS AND THE FINDHORN FOUNDATION Kate Thomas, Findhorn 1988 A coverage of the major dissident at the Findhorn Foundation, who was repressed and stigmatised by the management and staff of this "alternative" organisation. The Findhorn Foundation has claimed spiritual and therapeutic characteristics, and for many years capitalised upon the theme of "conflict resolution." In reality, there was no such resolution with dissidents, despite marked tendencies to reconciliation from the latter.The evasive policy of the Foundation has caused Kate Thomas to resort to solicitors. A unique feature of this webpage is the incorporation of the legal attention factor in detailed format. Solicitor correspondence with the Findhorn Foundation, dating to 2008-2009, is here reproduced. That correspondence has confirmed the evasive tactic of the organisation at issue, and made the position of the Findhorn Foundation even more indefensible in the eyes of observers. THE FINDHORN FOUNDATION: PROBLEMS Findhorn Foundation wind turbines An overview of some basic events concerning the alternative community, which originated in 1962 in a caravan park at Findhorn Bay (Moray, Scotland). The eventual reliance of the Findhorn Foundation upon commercial "workshops," associated with the prototype of Esalen (in California), met a setback in the promotion of the Grof alternative therapy known as Holotropic Breathwork, which was suspended because of an official recommendation made in 1993 by the Scottish Charities Office, who acted on a report commissioned from Edinburgh University. The subsequent economic problems of the Foundation receive mention, and also the controversial pursuit of CIFAL status that was gained in 2006 for a projected ecology programme associated with the Findhorn Ecovillage. Formerly obscured dissident correspondence with Scottish politicians is here exhumed, casting light upon events too rarely seen in due perspective. LETTER TO ROBERT WALTER MP ON THE FINDHORN FOUNDATION Robert Walter MP This epistle to a considerate British Member of Parliament is dated November 2008. It was written in counter to a misleading communication from the Director of the Findhorn Foundation, who was attempting to justify the discrepant position of that organisation in relation to solicitor confrontation. Arranged in nineteen sections, this letter describes and clarifies numerous points in connection with the Findhorn Foundation and dissidents. KEN WILBER AND INTEGRALISM Ken Wilber A lengthy and annotated webpage on the American writer Ken Wilber. His influential books are described from a critical viewpoint. The "post-metaphysical" version of spirituality by the versatile integralist is attended by his claimed convergence with postmodernism. The "integral psychology" of Wilber, plus his early "Up from Eden" theory, are amongst other components outlined. Points of disagreement are charted, and in relation to the increasing volume of "Wilber critique" that has been in evidence on the internet during recent years. The survey includes reference to Frank Visser, the Dutch commentator who was formerly a partisan of Wilber in the major published guide to the latter's life and works (Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion, 2003). Visser has since become a critic of his former hero, and the reasons for this change of attitude are here investigated. THE INTERNET TERRORIST GERALD JOE MORENO Gerald Joe Moreno, of New Mexico, is notorious for libellous materials that have gained description in terms of blog attack, cyberstalking, and web harassment. Moreno (alias Equalizer) asserted an explicit campaign against critics of the controversial guru Sathya Sai Baba. However, the Indian factor is here marginal in the discussion of American internet terrorism associated with a sectarian agenda, a programme assisted by the absence of public responsibility on the part of blog media giants and Not content with militating against ex-devotees, Moreno has also attacked complete outsiders to the Sathya Sai Organisation. This webpage duly confronts the misinformation and harassing tactic directed at an outsider. Moreno is said to have died in 2010. SHIRDI SAI BABA AND THE "SAI BABA MOVEMENT " l to r: Shirdi Sai Baba, Upasni Maharaj, Meher Baba An annotated webpage describing three deceased saints of Maharashtra. The unorthodox Sufi faqir Sai Baba of Shirdi (died 1918) was a multi-faceted phenomenon. His Hindu disciple Upasni Maharaj (died 1941) of Sakori was an unpredictable guru who aroused strong opposition from the brahman caste by his promotion of female rights in the sphere of spirituality. Upasni (Upasani) created a distinctive community of nuns at his Sakori ashram. Meanwhile, his Irani Zoroastrian disciple Meher Baba (died 1969) established Meherabad ashram near Ahmednagar and commenced silence in 1925, a discipline which did not prevent him from undertaking many journeys and conducting diverse activities. This varied trio have since been subsumed under the contested denominator of "Sai Baba Movement" by commentators who have favoured the later instance of Sathya Sai Baba of Puttaparthi, who lived in Andhra and not Maharashtra. This webpage may be regarded as a supplement to my book entitled Investigating the Sai Baba Movement (2005). An update refers to the more recent contribution of Professor Tulasi Srinivas in relation to the Sathya Sai Baba organisation. CLIMATE CHANGE COMPLEXITIES Arctic Sea i... Similar Website

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