A survivor of Japa is slowly smelling the coffee and the taste of freedom

Here is the testimony of a victim of Japa. Do read their story. We are hoping it will not be long before we get further evidence in regard to this group.




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Japa might be history but we might be close to a breakthrough…..


We are approaching a year and the Japa story is really not gathering traction. The teachers have like ostriches placed their heads in the sand and instead of standing up and taking responsibility they have brazenly just changed the name from Japa to meditation or mindfulness or whatever.  We were approached about a very significant connection to Japa, but because of the issue of the laws on defamation, we must wait till we have sufficient evidence to publish.

Yesterday we received a donation and this lovely comment enclosed with the donation:

Thank you so much for publishing this site as it has saved my life from Japa cult and without the articles that my family and fiancee saw I would not be living very happily now.


Yes, many of you have toiled to send me your accounts, and like me are hoping for a breakthrough. On our Facebook page, I get notices to boost my posts. FB does not seem to get that our aims are not financial but social to help those affected to find out the truth about Japa

Narconon update Ballivor, Co. Meath. Compelling testimony by an ex staff member who had to flee her kidnap employment

Published on Jul 26, 2018

An ex-Narconon staff member talks about her journey into Scientology via Narconon. She discusses the dangerous “rehab” methods, financial coercion, attitude towards children and family, and ultimately her planned escape from a Narconon facility where she was held against her will.

This intervention is extremely important as it indicates that beyond the usual issues of planning permission we have a very big problem on our hands. We must listen to this testimony and act on it. But before we do so we must address the elephant in the room.

What is it? Is it the ‘Ballivor Says No group.’ I would suggest not? Due to the extreme emotion and the language of traitors, it is now clear the village is totally divided. Let us unpack the few lines below and see if we can find a way forward and lower the emotional temperature.

However, the offer has left members of the Ballivor Says No group – who have been battling to keep Scientology-linked group Narconon out of the village – ‘very saddened’.

In this first sentence, we find the key to the strategic failure of the No campaign. If their aim was to keep Narconon out of the village then their campaign has been an absolute failure. Their strategy was to call it a cult and build up a kind of hatred that would force them out of the village. Also, the logic they applied was simple the GAA works with builders employed by Narconon, therefore GAA is in bed with Scientology. If their strategy was that there should be a total boycott of anything to do with Narconon not only would the GAA be compromised but every cafe, restaurant, petrol station and supermarket who served them would be compromised. If there were children which is unlikely would they refuse them access to the National School? No trying to do civil disobedience and stop the builders moving in would have simply led to an injunction. No, the strategy was already compromised when it became clear the purchase of the Nursing Home came with planning permission. However, the mindset that this is a cult, led them to promote the view that Narconon should be closed down period. Naturally, the more extreme the positioning was the media and the political class withdrew to watch and wait. Continue reading

GAA club’s €20k deal to allow Narconon drug rehab centre workers park their cars



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Sashi and the Vindaloo version of Japa


Oh yes, I’ve heard a few stories concerning mental abuse too. It seems that one of the major priorities were the trips to India. From what I saw, everyone who joined that Japa group was eventually encouraged to go to India at least once. It was said that India is such a holy place, such a sacred place etc. You were convinced that if you go to India, you could get great blessings, great healing, improve your life, resolve this or that situation, improve your karma, bla bla etc.etc. Looking back, I think that the trips to India was part and parcel of the whole thing. The actual Japa meditation was just a means to an end. To get perple to go to India. Didn’t Sashi Dubey offer financial support in the setting up of Japa Centres? To teach, it didn’t seem to matter what qualifications you had etc., as long as you got in more people. More people = More customers? Was Japa Meditation merely the vehicle in which people were turned into willing customers? People were turned into customers who were willing to pay massive amounts to go to India? Part of Shashi Dubeys deliberate plan? The big money is in the West. Continue reading

JAPA – The truth hurts – don’t shoot the messenger


I’d just like to make some observations to the posts that Sinead Tynan put up recently, I’m sure other people are thinking along these lines.

JAPAsite Sinead Tynan

Firstly, wasn’t she a senior teacher in Japa Ireland , teaching for 7 years?


In the post Sinead Tynan says:

“In late Feb of this year 2018 I received a phone call alerting me to allegations of a sexual nature against individuals who were Teachers of Japa Meditation…….upwards of 30 complaints made to an Ex Japa Teacher in another area of the country. “ Continue reading

Japa: Mary quite contrary how does the Victim / Victimisers garden grow????


Following the publication of the letter on Facebook by Sinead Tynan Cayir, I received this post which will be kept anonymous. They proposed that I publish the photos of all those that were involved with Japa. This was taken from a publically available website which for obvious reasons has been taken down. So it is a list of Japa Ireland Meditation Teachers.


We do not imply that anyone whose photograph we show is in any way implicated in the issues of the abuse of therapy, inappropriate sexual contact or financial scams. So if you have distanced yourself from your involvement with Japa and have sought to address the issues of your involvement do contact us and we will be happy to remove the photograph from our post. We are happy to post your story in regard to leaving.

Certain names on this list would have been considered to be in the innermost circle of Japa Ireland Meditation Group.

JAPAsite Sinead Tynan

   Sinead Tynan

JAPAsite Fergal Cusack


                                            Fergal Cusack

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