So what comes up for me is that men are somehow getting the message that ManKind Project may be a cult.
Well, that's just a bunch of crap. I can't imagine a more non-cult organization.
- Men to follow their path and not someone else's
- Living in integrity with word and mission
- Opening a man's space to seeing the world around him; quite opposite to many men's view
- Listening to the man to hear him and help him reach his desires and goals
- Community service by way of a man's mission in the world
- Relationship healing by giving men a place to explore what keeps them separate and how to heal that separation
- An environment of learning, healing, and honoring through brotherhood
To those who say that MKP is a cult and that I would only defend it because I can't see that it is -- I am willing to bet you don't have first hand experience with a cult (so you wouldn't know one if you saw it) and I am willing to bet you only believe what someone has told you (not your first-hand knowledge; probably not theirs either).
Give yourself permission to get past the fear and jump into being the man you dream of being.