Method of the Baha’is for recruiting members in adolescents Ruhi classes

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Abstract

The radiant and drip-feed upbringing method is one of the effective and results-oriented communication approaches in behavioral education. Baha’i Faith has systematically utilized this method for organizational recruitment in recent decades. The Baha’is instead of introducing Baha’ism through documented facts about Baha’i leaders and historical realities, they familiarize their audience with a social service plan. To further acquaint and systematically attract individuals, the Baha’is invite them to prayer sessions and Ruhi classes. Consequently, individuals accept an emotional commitment to the Baha’i Faith and its teachings, as well as its organizational framework, without fully understanding the depth of this acceptance. We aim to inform readers about the process of attracting adolescents to Ruhi classes of the Baha’is.

 

Introduction

The method of “radiant and drip-feed upbringing,” inspired by psychological concepts, is based on the principle of gradualness and continuity in educational actions. This method is based on 3 necessary characteristics which any one could achieve  a specific behavioral result by using it. They are:

Persistence and Continuity:

Educational teachings should be injected continuously and without interruption. This helps to solidify desirable behaviors.

Flexibility:

Educational propositions can change or adapt to the different personal and social conditions of the learner.

Reducing Resistance:

Avoid sudden and intense pressures in the path of educating the educatee. This method helps reduce adolescents’ resistance to changes.

 

The effect of drip-feed upbringing on the method of attracting adolescents:

This educational method, with an emphasis on continuous and low-pressure teaching, helps adolescents to gradually move towards adulthood with a better understanding of their responsibilities and roles in society. This approach, by creating a safe and supportive environment, allows the adolescent to acquire the necessary skills to face life challenges through experience and trial and error.

 

Analysis and Characteristics of Ruhi classes in the Baha’is:

Baha’is use the radiant and drip-feed upbringing method for recruiting members of their organization. Although this education method is useful, it goes against human rights. Each person has right to receive honesty and then choose their own way or suggestion.

In Ruhi classes or moral activities, especially for children, the Baha’is don’t allowe them to enterface the truth and makes children to accept the Baha’i Faith.

In a class, the Baha’is after introducing the responsibilities and roles that an adolescent can have, based on the method of trial and error, they are prepared to acquire life skills. In this space, the adolescent seemingly performs responsibility, social skills, and effective communication.

However, Tuiter knows how to unconsciously guide children on a path to choose what is beneficial for them. For this facade, in each class, a number of fake members are pre-entered to attract the adolescent towards specific goals by creating a majority behavior.

The method of drip-feed upbringing is merely a psychological tool for unconscious control of the individual from childhood to adolescence. Naturally, after getting used to this behavior, they become a robot in this class.

 

The formation of a fake identity in Ruhi Classes:

Thus, without having learned proper self-awareness or having a healthy identity considered for them, adolescents are attracted by eliminating parents (as the educators of children).

In this method, the Baha’i tuiters deliberately attract the positive opinion of adolescents through an emotional space by promoting free sexual relations and involving them in romantic relationships.

For branding educational teachings and promotional activities, they associate themselves with titles such as friendship, peace, humanity, and kindness, which exist in the beliefs of all nations and societies.

Therefore, through a natural process and without any sensitivity, adolescents from different societies become involved in the goals of social services.

 

Why the Baha’i Faith is focused on Children?

When children reach the age of 12, the Bahá’í tuiter takes them to the next level of control. It is difficult to control older children for long periods of time under the guise of moral education. So, between the ages of 12 and 15, they engage them for the sake of empowerment, so now they are enrolled in the Youth Empowerment Programme. They are taught community service.

Frankly, the process itself seems positive, otherwise why would anyone entrust their child to it? in Ruhi classes, children are asked to clean up local neighborhoods, sing songs about moral issues like love and unity in community programs, act in stage plays, and play guitar together.

All these activities are for the purpose of recruiting members for their organization in a friendly and intimate environment. Certainly, this is not possible unless there are attractive and entertaining activities for teenagers.

Even if you have reached this stage, your child is not yet a Bahá’i!! If they have started to believe in Baha’i leaders, pray for them, taking part in propagation activities, then this is your destiny!! While at first days, the Bahai’s told you that the Baha’ism not related to any clergy… it is enough that you beleive it from the bottom of your heart!

 

What is Ruhi study circle in the Baha’i Faith?

Afterwards, when children reach the age of 15, they are advanced to the next stage and are put into Ruhi study circles. Currently, there exist 14 books in which there are many fabricated sayings of the Baha’i leaders, their history to show a Holy layer of the Baha’ism and involved them emotionally. Ruhi books characterizes a charismatic gesture of Baha’i leaders and the audience sympathize in these artificial stories. At this stage, children are openly taught the Baha’i Faith, and at the end of each book, they are required to participate in an activity.

Book 1:

At the end of Book 1, the student is required to arrange a weekly prayer gathering where Baha’i prayers are read out for all. The children, who haven’t been taught any prayers from their own religion by their parents, slowly become accustomed to the Baha’i prayers.

Book 2:

At the conclusion of Book 2, children are required to perform a service because Book 2 is about service. You might be thinking that service is a good thing, but in the Baha’i approach, the reality of everything is different from its appearance; behind everything is a new deception. Read Book 2 for yourself and you will see what this service is. The meaning of service is to converse with a friend, neighbor, or family member, and invite them to the Baha’i Faith and its classes, introduce to them Bab and Bahaullah as Heaven Prophets! That’s what service is! Congrats! Your child is a preaching Baha’i now.

Book 3:

Book 3, is about creating new child’s classes by bringing non-Baha’i children to Baha’i classes, and becoming their Tuiter yourself, thus creating a chain reaction for enabling more and more conversions to Baha’i. Here, the seed sown by the Baha’is has now become a tree!!!

The fun part is that they have prepared this whole web by combining ethics, love, service, and prayer in such a way that no one points a finger and keeps spreading it by propagating it further. Even if you haven’t become a Baha’i yet, surely, they won’t leave you behind.

Book 4:

Book 4 is about the history of their Baha’i leader, “Bab”. If a child hasn’t been influenced yet, he is expected to be influenced by the fabricated and fiction-based stories in this book.

Book 5:

Book 5 is also about child’s classes and is aimed to acquiring advanced skills for managing child’s classes so that not a single child coming to your class remains without becoming a Baha’i.

 

Conclusion

As we said before, changing one’s religion isn’t a bad thing, but doing so by being deceived, and unconsciously adopting a false ideology in a playful manner during childhood is nothing but misfortune.

Children are like flowers, and need to be protected like flowers. There is a rule that says: “Educate them and instill wisdom in them.” So, when they grow up, they become whatever they had to be educated, inspiringly. They choose any path or religion that they have involved or sensed. Therefore, entrusting them in their childhood, to people whose beliefs, secret ideas and tactics you are unfamiliar with, is nothing but foolishness.

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