Guruphiliac: The Bionic Woman Is A Krackhead

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

The Bionic Woman Is A Krackhead

File under: Satscams and Gurus to the Stars

We just heard that Lindsay Wagner, a 70s icon with her role as TV's The Bionic Woman (and presently hawking the Sleep Number bed on TV), has turned to the dark side and become a full-blown Krack head. It seems she's been to that Krack den known as "Oneness University" in India a couple of times at least, according to a Guruphiliac discussion group member:
She's attended the Oneness University on a number of occasions, having been told of the organisation in 2002 at the Peace Summit in Geneva. She appears now to have dumped her own charity and is promoting the deeksha gig wherever she can.
Perhaps it's because she thinks she can make more money by selling deeksha:
Lindsay is offering private sessions. (Lindsay’s sessions 1 1/2 hours, $125)
Err... not at those rates she won't.

That's the surprisingly good deal (if you believe Lindsay has anything to offer besides her smile, a few stories about making TV in the 70s and some advice about bedroom furniture) available at the You! Go! Girl! gathering known as Camp Bombshell:
Camp Bombshell is a sanctuary, a safe place where healing occurs, a place where women can unplug and enjoy a community of other women who, just like you, are looking for a time-out, for honest conversation, soul-searching, laughter and bonding. "To be a Bombshell today, is more about being courageous than curvaceous, being Real rather than Ideal".
Too bad deeksha is about as real as Joan Rivers' face. But the money sure is real, just ask the little piggie Kalki "The Kracki" Bhagavan and his barnyard Amma back in India collecting it all.

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At 2/01/2007 2:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

For what its worth there is always a lot of rumours as with all these cults about celebrities and high ranking government officials getting involved with the movement. On one site someone had heard that the Pope (!) and 200 government officials from china, oh and Julia Roberts had done the 21 day course, Demi Moore have been mentioned as well.

Whenever these things pop up noone seems to question the logic of it at all, but everyne just gets really excited atnd sees this as a fantastic sign that the world is getting enlightened.

At 2/04/2007 7:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So you have taken a class by Miss Wagner? What was your experience like, as you said it was as fake as Joan Rivers face.

At 2/24/2007 3:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Guruphiliac - Just came across your post. You say that Deeksha isn't real - I just wonder if you've ever tried it? It certainly feels real to me. I attend group Deeksha sessions lasting 2 hours, which cost me 10GBP (a bit less than $20?) which pays for the room and transport and a bit left over for the Deeksha giver. If Lindsay Wagner wants to charge more for her individual sessions, that's up to her, but even so, her rates don't seem to me to be too unreasonable. About $80 an hour - is that so much for individual attention? You'd pay about the same for osteopathy or acupuncture, surely?

In my experience, Deeksha isn't a magic bullet. It won't (usually!) make you enlightened overnight. But it's a very pleasant experience and a powerful aid towards spiritual development, one which I use along with meditation. This enlightenment business is simply about growing to think of ourselves as being part of the family of humanity rather than individual egos fighting for survival. When you look at the state of the world, you can see that such a shift in consciousness would be useful. I think it's coming, but I don't blame you if you don't believe me. If you experience Deeksha for yourself, though, I think you might have second thoughts...

At 8/13/2007 6:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The original post is (unfortunately) an example of defamation which is (also, unfortunately) not policed on the internet. I can state with 100% certainty that the oneness blessing can provide real physical and mental responses. But only those who are open to the practice will experience the full benefits. It has elements of meditation and therapy, for those who are more comfortable with the western world's accepted methods of releasing anger, lessening trauma, etc. The oneness blessing combines many elements and has improved my life by shifting my perspectives. And yes, I have attended many sessions with Lindsay Wagner, so I speak with full 100% authority.

At 8/13/2007 8:01 PM, Blogger guruphiliac said...

But only those who are open to the practice will experience the full benefits.

Ah... The perfect dupe!

At 8/15/2007 4:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I said "full benefits"...everyone will benefit from the oneness blessing to some degree...but your mind and intellect need to be open to the possibilities to experience greater benefits than those whose mind is shut. Very obvious concept...which we all use every day in various applications.

At 8/15/2007 4:53 PM, Blogger guruphiliac said...

> Very obvious concept
You mean, very obvious conceit, one used by just about EVERY New Age™ flimflammer alive and in business on the planet today.

If it works, it's grace. If it doesn't, it's your fault, your mind wasn't open. The same bullshit that excuses the failures of those who attempt to employ the "secret".

It's as transparent as the glass on a Trump property.

At 12/06/2015 11:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In this world of duality, the website perfectly balances the truth with untruth and light with Dark. I have physically and mentally experienced the affect of Deeksha and so number of my other friends. I am a Deeksha giver for myself and of course I charge nothing. While giving Deeksha also I clearly feel how the energy is transferred (the joy in doing so). There are the dynamics of Deeksha. I see at Guruphiliac what those people think is the truth for them. At the core truth is purely the experience that cannot be explained. Thinking may have logic but truth is beyond mind.

At 12/06/2015 1:56 PM, Blogger guruphiliac said...

It is very easily explained: the placebo effect. You all believe something is happening, so your own brains provide you with signals that allow you to believe that something is happening. There are no "dynamics" apart from the power of mental suggestion, which is itself a very dynamic force in our lives, but it has absolutely nothing to do with any transfer of anything other than an idea that something is being transferred.


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