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    As long as they re not wearing big muddy boots :) ... From: prometheus_973 To: EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 6 8:07 AM
      As long as they're not wearing "big muddy boots" :)

      -----Original Message-----
      From: prometheus_973 <prometheus_973@...>
      To: EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous
      Sent: Sat, Aug 6, 2011 1:52 am
      Subject: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Hi Guys

      Hello Diane and All,
      It sounds like Paul
      was a control freak
      and trying to manipulate
      you by saying you
      shouldn't wear boots.

      Paul was stuck in the
      past and was looking
      at old symbols and
      not fashion. Cowboy
      boots, too, don't have
      a militaristic "vibe"
      or looks. The problem
      was in the eye of the
      beholder, PT, and his
      paranoid vibe from
      being an old conservative
      country bumpkin from
      Kentucky. Was that a
      turn off for many people?

      Yes, today there is no
      "real" Freedom in Eckankar.
      Guidelines need to be
      followed and the hierarchy
      enforces this much of
      the time, but many H.I.s
      are passive/aggressive
      toward these Guidelines.
      No free lunch or initiation
      either! EK Initiations are
      directly related to the
      annual paid membership,
      otherwise, they are lost
      on the Physical Plane!


      dianastanley wrote:

      I got in Eckankar in 1971,
      most of us young people
      were still dressing like

      Paul tried to get us to
      tone it down and not
      make a scene with the
      way we dressed.

      Of course no one listened
      to him. There was quite
      an age difference between
      us. He definatly wanted
      up to stop wearing boots
      as he said they gave off
      a military vibe. My were
      leather with finge on top
      so it didn't look military
      to me so I kept them.

      compared to today we
      had a lot of freedom then.
      I road with Rodger Dubin
      and some other guys. He
      had Sugmad Sailers painted
      on his beatup folkswagon
      van. We sure had a lot of

      Diana STanley
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