EXCLUSIVE | Women in Irish ‘cult’ encouraged to take part in sexual healing sessions with ‘master’

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Former members of a cult-like group which once boasted 2,500 members in Ireland have told how some female members were encouraged to take part in sexual healing sessions with their “master” to rid themselves of “negative energy”.

Former soldier Dennis Curran, from Athy, Co. Kildare, was the leader of Japa Meditation Ireland – a group which had branches across the country who took part in meditations based around chanting mantras.

Mr Curran died earlier this month and was lauded at his funeral service on Friday where he was praised as “a beacon of light, a source of inspiration, a wellspring of love.”

Mourners at his well-attended funeral service in Newlands Cross cemetery were told that Mr Curran’s “healing touch helped countless individuals find solace and strength”.

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