Posted on 10 December 2013 by dialogueireland
This essay from Open Magazine/ 5 October 2013 is a very helpful analysis from an Indian perspective of the issues we have been dealing with in regard to both sexual abuse in some Christian contexts, but more directly in regard to our commentary in regard to Tantric Sex in Lamaism. Because it does not directly look at the Tibetan Tantra directly, but shows the way westerners approach this subject it is a helpful mirror to hold up to these practices in the West. It also has relevance for those studying the influence of Tony Quinn. Continue reading
Filed under: Abuse by Church and Irish institutions, Friends of the Western Buddhist Order, Icross Charity, Legionaries of Christ, Ole Nydahl, RIGPA, The Family COG, Therapy Groups, Tibetan Buddhism = Lamaism, Tony Quinn, Tullycoll Trust Foundation, Unification Church | 23 Comments »
Posted on 14 February 2010 by dialogueireland
There’s A Course in Miracles group that meet in Belfast and their website is:
Several of the members of this group are ex members of Tullycoll and we feel they should be made aware of the information that Dialogue Ireland has uncovered about this organisation. We know that on occasion Sandra Heaney has in fact attended these meetings and in the past Joe Heaney has delivered talks to the group. Also the facilitator has been very much guided by Joe Heaney in the past and we believe still has contact with him.
Filed under: Tullycoll Trust Foundation | 7 Comments »
Posted on 14 January 2010 by dialogueireland
Smile or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World by Barbara Ehrenreich by Jenni Murray
Jenni Murray salutes a long-overdue demolition of the suggestion that positive thinking is the answer to all our problems Continue reading
Filed under: Books, Therapy Groups, Tony Quinn, Tullycoll Trust Foundation | 3 Comments »
Posted on 9 January 2010 by dialogueireland
Tullycoll Trust Foundation
Cookstown, Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland
A spiritual community guided by teachings of A Course in Miracles.
We have received a communication from the current owner of the house where the Tullycoll Trust Foundation was based. He wishes to state that house has no connection with the foundation. We are happy to clarify this, but feel that whether the group no longer exists has no bearing on the spiritual and psychological damage done to a large number of people who had a connection to the foundation. We see no reason to remove our post in these circumstances. Also though the Foundation has no longer a legal identity those who were involved can still be pursued legally individually when those affected have addressed the effects of the damage done to them. Dialogue Ireland is committed to support them and those who care for them.
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