Review of Gary Douglas and Access Consciousness… Scam? cult?

access consciousness barsThere are things worse than being scammed.

Being scammed leaves you with less money, with less time, but what is worse than that is if you participate with Access Consciousness...

You'll be left with an energetic attachment, like a spigot, through which you can be mind-controlled, and made to dance to this cult's rhythm.

I discovered it by accident. As you know, one of the special services I offer is removing energetic attachments.

Each attachment belongs to some type of attachment, like a weed can be recognized.

Most attachments are relatively benign, just like a chink in your armor, or a hole in your energy body, but some attachments are self-replicating, and infectious.

I first met an infectious attachment three years ago, it was placed by Mr.T, whose name is in itself an energy signal to receive an attachment. I haven't said the name, haven't written the name, and am unwilling to listen to the name. Thinking it is harmless.

Then came this summer, with its several infectious attachments, including the one placed by Access Consciousness.

Nasty, but I have developed a method of grabbing the two-headed attachment on the client and on my own head, and pulling them at the same time. That saves a lot of time, so I am more willing to do the work now, than in the beginning, when it was a going back and forth event... nasty.

Now, the question could naturally arise: why does a teacher, a guru, a cult mark and weaken their quarry?

I think it is the basest of all human qualities, wanting to reduce another to a thing, to property, to a slave. And that is what I think these gurus and cults are doing.

Through the attachments they can influence the "members" and weaken them, suggesting that any attempts to flee the coop is suicide.

If the flight succeeds, through the attachment they can effectively make the ex-member sick, listless, and miserable.

Can they literally kill a person with an attachment? I don't think so. I don't think the energies are strong enough. But to make someone hurt, or miserable? Absolutely.

Now, let me say a few words about cults... my own experience.

I was participating with Landmark Education for 25 or 26 years, the same company that used to be called est. A lot of outsiders viewed Landmark as a cult, but it isn't. A cult takes ownership of your life, and makes it very costly to leave it. It encourages you to separate from your family, and give your money and property to the cult. Nothing like that in Landmark, not in the least.

I am no "doing" Landmark any more, because I don't find it useful for me any more.

On the other hand the Mormon Church, The Church of Scientology, and maybe Access Consciousness are cults. If you are in Access Consciousness, I'd appreciate some feedback, the people I have treated were only loosely associated with Access Consciousness, they got some healing with the Bars, whatever they are... and they started to get weak, irritable, and miserable, only a few weeks after they started with that.

Somehow you can give bars to your family and friends, and spread the attachments... vicious... spreading it like a germ warfare.

At this point I am a little scared, and weary of learning more about Access Consciousness. So, in a worldly way, I am ignorant of what they do, what they promise, why anyone would get entangled with them.

I can look at what they do energetically. As en empath I can connect to it, measure its vibration, its truth value, and just remove the darn attachment...

Truth value: 3%
Vibration: 200

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

8 thoughts on “Review of Gary Douglas and Access Consciousness… Scam? cult?”

  1. Access Consciousness = total farse.
    It is absolutely ridiculous and has no scientific foundation at all.
    I only did the entry level seminar… Utter waste of money and time.
    …Would be long to explain, but certainly showed elements of cult indoctrination, such as re-defining words, ritualism, using prayer-like – and supposedly magical – phrases…
    It’s a shame that, in apparent desperation to fill some kind of void, humans can be duped with scams such as this.
    Shame on those slightly brighter who take advantage of these poor dummies.
    …Mind you: I enjoyed your article thoroughly.

  2. I appreciate your first hand experience with them. I tend to agree with you. And in this two men’s case, I can see that they consciously exploit, not out of mere stupidity, like so many others.

    Thank you for your comment. All the way from Paraguay… welcome.

  3. Access consciousness is designed to get you hooked. After 3 years of being involved I don’t feel any different. The bars can be addicting but you feel miserable in between making you want more. I have aged more despite their claims of reverse aging.. Then why are Gary and Dain aging too. Not looking younger. They are interested in taking your money.. Promoting ruining your relationships to become more conscious.. Using the forces of nature (sex, money and power) for marketing..

  4. I have never heard their pitch, so I don’t know how and where they hook you, but I know that they must… because their whole “enterprise” is cultish. Cults hook you too…

    I am sorry about your experience.

  5. I looked into the bars.. I would love to help people.. I don’t know how yet. But in my quest for knowledge and to find what it is I wanted to do, I came across this practice and did some research. I read a lot..lol.
    What I found really put me off and to seal the deal was when a friend of mine who I felt was a psychopath, signed up and 3 days later was qulified.. never had a caring bone in her body and wanted to teach me.. that’s when I knew the agenda wasn’t for helping humanity.

  6. I find it interesting to mingle a religious institution in the context of an editorial on access consciousness to be classified as a cult. Unless someone has participated first hand and was present during the discovery of such type of proposed enlightenment, one cannot place his/her opinions to judge the said discovery above that of the explorer.

    Could such judgments make one ignorant to his/her own potential of enlightenment?

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