I went through the LU direct pointing process a few months ago.... My meditation practice has been inquiring into Anatta for some time ("who" is looking ha ha!) and I came across the Facebook forum so I joined. It was a useful exercise loosely based on the Soto Zen approach where the "seeker" is asked many questions, leading to seeing the illusion of self. Once through the process (it can take days,or months, some give up although from my observations it took most people a matter of days) you are invited to join the "aftercare" forums where you can discuss your experiences, help with residual feelings of self, adjust and share to a new way of being. Some forums directly invite users to post teachings from Gurus, Monks etc, some are purely discussion only. It was interesting to read for a while but quite a lot of arguing goes on in these forums and they can get quite personal between some of the users. There are dominant users who once come into the forums tend to take over the thread.
Lots of people seemed to get a lot of help there which is good but for me.... not so helpful after a while. I work with the five precepts and the noble eightfold path in my everyday life. I am no where near perfect. But this person, Sophia, is so blessed that in this lifetime, I have encountered the Dhamma and to just unveil the illusion of self is only one more step in the journey. I asked within the forums a few times about the role of humility, compassion, benevolence and helping others "post gate" as they call it and was met all round with "that's just ego, decisions happen on their own, there is no "you" to be responsible (or accountable, for that matter) and life looks after itself". I found this a little disconcerting so after a while I left.
So all in all, take what you want from these places. There seem to be quite a few members who are very dedicated, and do some great work. There are lots who are very opinionated which was confusing as whose opinion is it anyway
It is just for seeing the illusion of self and then after that.... it is up to the "you" that is not there