Fertility or infertility is big business… and you are willing to fund it
One of the richest doctors in Syracuse, NY is a fertility doctor.
I have been to his “office” and it can compete with any five-star spa both in pretentiousness and in luxury. It’s plush, simply put.
There is an awful lot of money in infertility.
There is a lot of money to be made when the desire to have what one can offer is stronger than the desire to have the money.
It is said that women will do most anything for only two reasons:
1. to get pregnant
2. to get rid of an unwanted pregnancy.
Of course, the mindset of the two wants is very different, and so is the financial investment they are willing and able to make.
The pregnant women wanting to get rid of a pregnancy are mostly unwed, and poor.
The women at the fertility clinics have higher education and/or higher income, plus husbands, for the most part.
But what would happen to that industry if women found out that they are unable to conceive, or men would found out that they are unable to impregnate their wives only because of a mindset, that is not visible, not anything weird, they are not bad people, but they are misdirected.
The mindset is a type of arrogance that discounts anything and anyone as part of your achievements or success.
You can see, that if it is all you, and only you, there is no need for gratitude, or even appreciation.
The person of this predicament uses I, my, mine, even if it would be appropriate to use we, our, and ours. They don’t acknowledge, they don’t cooperate, they don’t ask humbly, or for help.
They command, they blame, they order.
But more importantly, they are disconnected, voluntarily, from the source of life, the source of creation, the source of wisdom: the creative force of the Universe.
The road back to humility is hard for them. It is often cheaper to just pay the darn fertility clinic than to attempt to tame their egos, and get pregnant (he and she!) the natural way.
I saw a movie last night. It was one of the last episodes of a TV series, Lie to Me. The title was: Gone, Baby, Gone.
In that movie the male character, the husband, was the infertile one… watch his character if you can. It’s on Netflix. You’ll learn a lot about yourself or about your spouse.
Which one do you choose? It’s up to you, they both work. It’s just harder to create misery on demand… lol.
Happiness is much easier. And then the baby will come… I guarantee it.
But how would you go about it? And is it fast enough? It’s faster and less dangerous that fertility clinics.
When I lived in Israel, I worked as an architect for the City of Jerusalem. There was a girl on the 3rd floor of the building, lovely girl, who was married, and they could not conceive.
Every few weeks they both traveled to Tel-Avid to a clinic, and every few weeks, somehow it wasn’t working. Until one day we got the news that she died in some kind of a shock from the procedure. I was shaken to my core. I still have tears in my eyes, and this was almost 30 years ago.
Had I been able to offer what I have today, she would be a grandmother by now. But, alas I didn’t.
So, what do I have to offer you? First and foremost, the connection webinar. Even if you live in Israel, even if you are religious, you can get on one of those calls. They are at 9 am and at 9 pm, every Saturday, NY time. If you have an internet connection, you can be on it anywhere in the world.
I’d love to have you. Fertility is G-d stuff.