Vibrational Review: Teal Scott revisited: the question is: is she a liar? is she a fraud? is what she does or teach does for you what she claims it will do?

teal scott bosworth. is she a fraud?Teal Scott revisited: Personal vibration: 150. I am asked, again and again: is she a liar? is she a fraud? is what she does or teach does for you what she claims it will do?

190 thousand pages in two years, wow. If you put Teal Scott in quotation marks in your google search box, that is how many pages are by her and about her.
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Vibrational Reviews: Eli Jaxon-Bear, Enneagram, Andrew Cohen, Papaji, and Ken Wilber

Eli Jaxon-Bear personal vibration: 90; teaching: 200. 80% speaks from the mind.
Enneagram of Personality: truth value: 100

Andrew Cohen, a spiritual teacher and student of. Notes: speaks from the mind. Not from the silence. Personal vibration: 130, teachings: 300. 70% speaks from the mind. I don’t know him well enough to know why his vibration is so much under the level of his teaching, but saw, glimpses, that he is running something akin a cult…
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Case Study #4: Landmark Education

Werner Erhard, founder of est and the original source of Landmark Education I first participated in what is now called Landmark Education back in 1985.

I lived in an immigration hostel, I worked as an architect and town planner in Jerusalem and I was miserable.

In quick succession two Russian immigrants killed themselves: I knew and liked them both. One of them was so determined that she manage to hang herself from the window bars, even though the parapet of the window was only about 20 inches…

I was going to be next. Except that someone invited me to something on this Wednesday evening.

As soon as the presenter started to speak I recognized it. Two years earlier I went to one of those, signed up, but in the hostel a New Yorker friend of mine told me: You are stupid. I will do it for you for much less. I’ll yell at you, won’t let you go to the bathroom, for much less. OK, I said and I withdrew. But he didn’t mean it, and I didn’t catch what the company was, and I didn’t know how to sign back up.

So, here I was, on the precipice of that same thing, the savior, the thing that was going to save me. I signed up for a class that started next day, in Haifa, where I knew no one and made sure I didn’t tell anyone in the building what I was going to do.

The course was called Communication Workshop, and it was in Hebrew. It took me till the morning of the third day to understand a whole sentence… lol. But, as you’ll see, what you understand is not why you are there.

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