Ramblings of an ex-monk

Category: ISKCON

ISKCON’s Lokanath Swami Exposed

ISKCON Guru Lokanath Swami

Recently there has been a lot of buzz in ISKCON about Lokanath Swami. July 11th, 2010 Haribol, I am the girl that Lokanatha touched inappropriately. It did NOT just happen one time in the living room, on the sofa, but rather throughout the week that he stayed he touched me various times inappropriately. I am […]

ISKCON’s Business Yoga Tattva

business yoga

Destroying Srila Prabhupada’s legacy Any ISKCON member who doesn’t see a problem with the above images, needs to start reading Srila Prabhupada’s books, listen to his lectures, and get their heads out of their capitalist corporate money-laundering gurus’ asses.

Rethinking ISKCON

When I woke up this dawn, I was thinking about my life. I was pondering on the emptiness within my heart. This year hasn’t been quite good for me. And I think the main reason for my depression has been my departure from ISKCON. After 23 years in ISKCON, I can’t fit in anywhere else. […]

IS CON: Uncovering The Life Of A Typical ISKCON Guru

One thing that bothered me in the past decade is that I witnessed a case of one brahmacari who was shunned and kicked out from the ISKCON temple I was visiting because he fell in love with one of the matajis and married her in defiance to the authorities. The man was in love – […]

ISKCON: The Washed-out Cult

ISKCON’s biggest problem is that the standards have been compromised. If you know anything about religion, it’s that you should never compromise on the original philosophy, rules and regulations. The moment someone starts to compromise – and this usually begins at the top of the hierarchy – the religion is doomed. Religion isn’t compulsory. Religion […]

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