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Excerpt from the book Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze:   " Jargon Trap. With many groups, not just cults, a specialized language develops over time. This jargon assigns new special meanings to ordinary words and phrases. In Cults in Our Midst (2003, p. 314), Singer says, "The jargon creates a sense of eliteness, solidarity and belonging among those in the in-group; at the same time, it cuts people off from easy conversation with outsiders." Members view the jargon as clever and admirable without recognizing how it serves to help weld them to the group or cult. Eliteness, solidarity and belonging are powerful motivators that are both attractive to and seductive for most of us."   Continued here - free read.

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