Update on Japa and questions for Japa leaders that have left?


First of all, why is Dialogue Ireland involved at all? We started to respond to what was going on after the High Court case last October and posted a general blog article asking questions which we obviously had no answers to.

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We did so to assist victims and to provide a focus for those who wished to share information anonymously or in person.

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Also, there seems to be some confusion as to whether we have some hidden agenda ourselves. We are only interested in assisting people to break from undue influence and we have no interest in religious beliefs but are only interested in cultism. We obviously have expertise in various aspects of religion, but in regard to Japa, we feel the views of Chris Chandler are extremely important. Continue reading

What should I do if I have been sexually assaulted, bullied, financially scammed or brought under undue influence in Japa?





As many of you are aware we have been for nearly 20 years making people aware of the sexual abuse and violence of the Cult of Tibetan Buddhism, which we prefer to call Lamaism. In fact, it is unreformed Tantric sexual Hinduism. From reports we have been receiving over the past 6 months, what appears to be happening in Japa has many of the characteristics of this type of exploitive group.

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Mary Buckley Part II: THE JAPA EXIT


Emer O’Grady. For those who have left it will give you a framework to review your involvement and those still in can compare and contrast.

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Mary has given us a bit of look into Japa. For those of you who have left it is making sense, but for those still in they are reacting and using a defensive deflectors to bat this testimony aside. So I was sent a recent set of Transformation Teachings by Emer O’Grady.


When I started the group first it was fine, people were very friendly. It was interesting and sometimes fun. People in the group were normal people from all walks of life.  There was a sense of community and we were all doing meditation to improve our lives or ourselves, or just doing it out of interest etc.  Some people joined as they were going through transitions in their lives.

There were things said by the teachers in the beginning which I thought were very “out there” especially the main teachers, but I didn’t let it bother me enough to leave. I was well read and had a good education so it didn’t bother me too much, to hear different opinions or beliefs. I didn’t feel like I had to share or adopt them. As far as I was concerned I was just attending a meditation group for a while. I was shocked and wary of how some students idealised their teacher and some craved their teachers attention, wanted their advice etc., but I just ignored this feeling and put it down to the teacher being caring and popular. I didn’t realise the harm that would come from that kind of idealisation until later down the line.

At the Japa classes the teacher would talk for a while and then we would all meditate together for a while. This is how all the Japa classes are done. Eyes closed we would recite our mantras aloud together. The talks varied and could be about anything depending on the teacher. There was no such thing as a set curriculum. A teacher might spend the class talking about anything or telling stories, talking about themselves. Later there was a set plan developed of what to teach in a beginners class, it would be more basic approach, using practical words, as it was deemed too much to talk about the more “out there “ things as “energetically they wouldn’t be ready for it.” There was also the danger they might leave.  Afterwards we would have tea and a chat.  At the start we were told to do 20 minutes of meditation a day at home.



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Ballivor Co Meath do you know what Narconon is? It is Scientology on speed.


What is Narconon?

Narconon Exposed: Drug Rehab or Scientology Front?

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The news that reveals that Scientology is bringing its highly toxic and addictive Scientology on speed under the guise of an anti drugs programme called Narconon to Ireland shows this country has been targeted to be a kind of laboratory of influence. They have decided that after our Government gave Tom Cruise the honorary Irish citizenship they are ripe for picking. Many families will be very easily attracted to make use of this facility not realising the danger. Continue reading

Mary Buckley’s flight from, search and discovery of freedom after her time in Japa.

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Mary Buckley is not this person’s name but it could be any name with an Irish accent and the mark of Japa.

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When the national papers recently printed the story about a woman from Nenagh, who’s husband was part of the Japa Ireland meditation group, I felt bad about what she was experiencing, but I was so grateful that this story went public. I’ve waited for a long time for someone to speak out, to highlight the Japa Ireland Meditation Group. One, because I believe it will be the launching pad for people to speak out, including myself.  And two, it was a solid and very real verification for myself that something wasn’t quite right here, and that something wasn’t just me. Continue reading

DI can confirm that we have heard from the former member of Japa who sent us a massive treasure trove of evidence.

I had a long conversation with the former member so we anticipate we will be publishing what they sent us soon. It must be checked first and also protect anonymity and data.

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Japa Ireland: Another testimony which helps join the dots.

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What is Japa Meditation?


Japa yoga is an ancient practice involving the repetition of a mantra. In the word mantra, “man” means “mind” and “tra” means “to protect”. Mantra is a way of protecting and watching your mind.  When mantra is initiated by a teacher and pronounced with love, vigour and devotion, it will unleash the true power of a person. Mantra strengthens the mind and can change the direction of one’s life. Depending on the nature of the practitioner it can bring blessings and enrichment.

This spiritual practice requires combining the watching of one’s mind, with personal development and the learning of different philosophies like Vedanta. Vedanta is an ancient philosophy that speaks about the oneness of existence, harmony of religions and the divinity of the soul. Vedanta requires patience, is full of life recipes and contains amazing truths.


How Japa came to Ireland

My name is Dennis Curran and I am a healer and Japa meditation teacher. I have been practicing Japa yoga since 1998. The word Japa originates from Sanskrit, one of the most ancient languages on earth.  “Ja” means to change life and death cycles and “pa” means to cleanse sin.

In February 1998 I met my teacher who inspired me to attain my spiritual practice. That combined with the ancient philosophy of Vedanta has changed my life.

My teacher taught me mantras and introduced me to Vedanta. “Veda” means knowledge and “anta” an end. It means to use your knowledge to the right end. I was moved by the power of sound. Mantras work on body, mind and soul. Mantras gave me space within myself and a clarity of mind I had never experienced before. The journey I began then was amazing and wonderful. I connected with my soul and learnt how to control my mind. Soon, my wife and children followed in my footsteps and we started to experience a union with each other that was blessed with the presence of Spirit. God started to make a lot more sense.



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