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By: Michael / Europe | Date: Nov 19, 2009 |
Hi Jayanti,

In this ongoing debate over what kind of person (yes, person - not God) Chinmoy really was, you would do us another favor by adding another gallery of (perhaps otherwise censored) photos or even footage of CKG. Such material could further allow us to draw our own conclusions.

All the best and keep it up!
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By: katie | Date: Nov 9, 2009 |
You need some major grammatical editing on your bio page. Apparently proper usage of commas is not high on your list of priorities.
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By: Mr. Peters | Date: Nov 9, 2009 |
You came to my class at Nassau community college and the story you told us was remarkable. i proceeded to tell all my friends and some of my family, i told them about your book(i hope that gives you some sales). I worte an email to Oprah like you asked lol. Your story was wonderful and i just wanted to thank you again for coming to us and sharing it with us.

- Mr. Peters (the one who asked a lot of questions)
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By: Daniel Wexler | Date: Oct 31, 2009 |
Hi Jayanti. I loved your book. I was one of Atmananda's Stony Brook disciples - was a casual disciple for a few years (and learned to stay away from Crazy Fred) before going to grad school in Minneapolis. I was unaware of the goings-on at the time, but learned about them after I left.

I was especially appalled by the sex accusations, which I have no reason to think were untrue.


Thanks again for a great account!
Dan
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By: Martha Antond | Date: Sep 29, 2009 |
Thank you for writing this book. My mother has joined a "way of life" group late in her life- she is following Yogi Satyam the "proclaimed leader" of his Kriya Yoga group. She is 78, gave up her worldly possessions and basically her family.Your book offers some insight into how the "leader" thinks and has the people follow him .It makes me sad the I have lost my mom to a cult.
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By: McGuffyAnn Morris | Date: Sep 19, 2009 |
After reading reviews of your book, I am avidly seeking a softcover copy of it. Having severe arthritis, they are easier to handle.

This is such an important book, and you must have great courage to write it. Thank you for sharing with all of us.

Blessings.
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By: Aaron Oster | Date: Sep 18, 2009 | The Drunken Prophet
Thank you again for attending Salvation Road and participating in the discussion. Your first-hand perspective on the immersive cult experience added real depth to the discussion. Thanks also for blogging about the experience. I'm really enjoying the book, and look forward to reading your upcoming novel, and your dramatic writing.
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By: JAY GROULX | Date: Sep 17, 2009 |
Congrats! A true account of the inner workings of this cult,I to whent along for the ride for a couple years, unfortunatley(after 40 years) my aunt and uncle are in it for life, PEACE TO YOU AND YOR FAMILY! THANK YOU!
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By: Gail Kollman | Date: Aug 28, 2009 |
I read your book after hearing you speak about it on NPR. I was very impressed by your writing and your ability to overcome such a unusual childhood. I enjoyed the photo gallery very much.
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By: Diane Rivera | Date: Aug 25, 2009 |
Reading your amazing story in Cartwheels in a Sari has made me truly realize that the religious origanization I was involved in when I was in my 20's was most assuredly a cult. I researched and found other books by people who were formally Jehovah's Whitnesses and I am anxious to read them. thank you for helping me resolve my issues that I left that religion
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