There are three categories of gurus and three types of seekers:
Guru Category 1. The Hopeful Path: Naive, pliable, hopeful. Hoping that what you are doing is going to take you out of the misery: having feelings, and a constant battle inside between the aspects of a human being, each pulling in a different direction. You really really really want to be enlightened! Really… lol. But you know you aren’t.
There is shame and guilt and sadness in your emotions, and often anguish: the fear of being caught.Ultimately you “do” this spirituality stuff to get away from being human.You fail. There is no escape… you are human, with all that comes with that territory.
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I am quite known for my “guru” reviews. I use my two unique faculties to do these reviews. I connect to Source. Then I connect to them, I feel their feelings, guilt, shame, anger, greed, breathing, etc. and then I muscle test their vibrations, the truth value of their teachings. It takes me 3-10 minutes on average.
The measurements I produce with this method are reliable and consistent.
Although it sounds simple, I haven’t met anyone who could duplicate it. Connecting to Source and not your mind is not easy. Connecting to another person is not easy. Feeling their feelings is not easy. Muscle testing without any involvement from the mind is not easy.
Oftentimes, simple muscle testing doesn’t give me the why and the how. Then I go deep into the material, and I use a different faculty: seeing with my awareness to decide if they are any good, and if they aren’t, what’s the issue with them.
I buy their material, I use it, I listen to their audios, watch their videos, do the exercises, and at some point I get clear, the waters part (lol) and I can see the errors of their ways. Or the errors in their ways… depending if they are innocently wrong, or are intending to mislead you.
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There are three categories of gurus and three types of seekers:
- Category 1. The Hopeful Path: Naive, pliable, hopeful. Hoping that what you are doing is going to take you out of the misery: having feelings, and a constant battle inside between the aspects of a human being, each pulling in a different direction.They really really really want to be enlightened! Really… lol. But they know they aren’t. There is shame and guilt and sadness in their emotions, and often anguish: the fear of being caught.Ultimately you “do” this spirituality stuff to get away from being human.You fail. There is no escape… you are human, with all that comes with that territory.You are doing it all to fix a problem, and all solutions will become the next and bigger problem. You cannot fix being human… and that’s a problem for you.
The mystical experiences are few and far between, and you need to keep up appearances… but your life is boring, it’s miserable, you can’t do what a “normal” human can do: change directions, listen to the soul… you are stuck on a path that is not yours to sit on. You can’t go forward and you can’t go backward… it will look bad, and your followers will question your attainment, so you are stuck.
Accomplishment, fulfillment is not possible on this path, except intermittently. Although you seem to be living inward, what decided, what defines your being is all appearances, other people’s opinion.
In the relationship master/disciple, student, follower, the strings are all in the disciple’s hand. I have studied the Master/submissive relationship where the situation is the same: the submissive will decide what can and should be done and how. The submissive can leave the Master can’t.
The “guru” is now stuck, and can only sweeten his/her pot by adding some drugs, sex, alcohol, your choice…
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One of my students is a teleseminar junkie, or at least used to be.
Teleseminars can be entertaining, but they can be the exact cause of your lack of action, lack of movement, and your low vibration. How?
For one thing: success and raising your vibration are not about the things that you know, but about the things that you do. Teleseminars talk to your storage device, your mind, and actually cause damage by not allowing you to spend time outside of the mind, not allowing you time to even digest what you hear, because it comes at you like the truth… rehearsed and fake.
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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: Raymon Grace: energizing your water, Kute Blackson, and the emptiness that fills your core
Yesterday I received a DVD of Raymon Grace (personal vibration: 170) from one of the students, so I can test it.
Now, I hate to admit, I am not sure what to make of what I experienced.
I put a pitcher of water in front of the monitor, as instructed. The water’s vibration was 190… it was already purified. Then I poured out of the pitcher about 1/4 glass into a glass and held it high.
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Indian “guru” living in India. Lives in a palace in exquisite riches, if the Indian TV can be trusted about things like this.
Personal vibration: 220
Other vibrational details: lives in her mind, identifies herself with the mind 70% of the time… (ideal is 10% or less)
Dominant feeling (she is sleeping as I am doing this review): guilt and shame Indication that she considers herself a fake, an exploiter of human misery.
When in satsang (no speaking just her presence) her most dominant desires are to be pretty and nice.
Being in the presence of a person who is in the present, out of their mind, is elevating the non-elevated, but being in the presence of this person, will do nothing for you.
Please remember that this whole series of case studies is interested in one aspect: does the modality raises your vibration permanently. Or only teaches you to feel better temporarily… That is the only criteria that I examine here.
Why? Because there are plenty of feel better, flash-in-the-pan modalities out there that enslave you.
What do I mean?
Let me give you an example: A friend of mine ran his idea by me today: he wants to offer an on-demand coaching service, where people pay a monthly retainer fee and then a per-minute fee when they call for a coaching session.
What’s predictable is that the same people will call about the same issues, over and over. And unless he does something beyond solving the issue at hand, he will have to deal with the same thing over and over again. They will feel better for a little while, but the same thing will come back again and again.
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