I think BJR pretty much has his/her answer by now...
NKT has nothing to do with Theravada, and neither Theravadins, nor any non-NKT Buddhists are likely to recommend it.
Since this topic isn't particularly conducive to dispassion and calming the senses
I think it's best finished here.
For the record, discussion on NKT is not prohibited here at Dhamma Wheel, but it's not of relevance in the Discovering Theravada sub-forum, other than to say it's got nothing to do with Theravada.
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