Vibrational Reviews: Lola Jones, Kimberly McGeorge, and more

Please email me if you find a typo or something unclear. Thank you. Sophie

  • Lola-Jones-spiritual-teacher_0Lola Jones (DivineOpenings). Personal vibration: 200; truth value of teachings: 200Update 1/7/2015: Personal vibration: 170. Truth value of teachings: 1%… meaning: 99% is either b.s. or Tree of Knowledge.A reader asked about the 5-day silent retreat: here is what I found: vibration of the retreat: 140.  It is a nice way to spend five days, but the results are non-existent and non-lasting. Why? because the person and who she attracts are not really interested in doing the real work, and don’t have high enough vibration to do the real work.Enough said.
  • Dr. Kimberly McGeorge, ND, CNH – Access Consciousness …personal vibration: 170
  • Brent Phillips Theta Healing review
    Brent Phillips THETA healing using the muscles and mind. personal vibration: 180

  • byron katieByron Katie, is an American speaker and author who teaches a method of self-inquiry known as “The Work of Byron Katie” or simply as “The Work”. Personal vibration: 200
  • David Berceli Trauma Releasing Exercises: Personal vibration: 200 Method works? 80% of the time

  • Enoch Tan of Personal vibration: 200. Truth value of teachings: 10%
  • Adam McLeod review
    adam mcleod dreamhealer. Personal vibration: 170. Truth value of what he does (healing?) 3%
  • Let me measure your vibration?
    Click on the link to request a vibrational reading…
    The Map of Consciousness will show you what it means.Save

Subscribe to notifications

Let me send you an email every time I publish a new article

view pixel
Please note that I send an email every day. Also: if you don't fill out your name, I'll remove your subscription promptly.
You can unsubscribe any time.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

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

5 thoughts on “Vibrational Reviews: Lola Jones, Kimberly McGeorge, and more”

  1. Some people are born at higher vibration, do not actually acquire it.

    This guy is using his vibration for teaching crap, by the way, this Enoch Tan guy.

    If you, like me, find yourself at a low vibration, you can do what I did. It took me 27 years of conscious effort, almost 24/7. Or use the audios, and start raising their vibration. So far every single person I tested has gone to higher vibration than before.

    Yesterday I had a class with my core group, and the level of intelligence was noticeably higher. Nothing like that every happened before. Everyone in the group has been using the audios for two months now. So it works slowly but surely. And effortlessly. Which is great.

  2. Lou, Law of Attraction, the way it is taught to whom it is taught is complete crap. Mind candy for moochers.

    Most people have zero capacity to think, they just have automatic thoughts. Attention? Don’t mention it: same people have no power in their attention.

    If you read what the vibration numbers mean, you would not have written this comment, or not the way you wrote it.

    Complete acceptance is NOT high vibration. Interacting with reality the way reality is, using our lives the way HUMANS are to use life, is high vibration. Your so-called gurus are escape artists, and you like that. Then they are for you, it’s OK with me.

    Experiencing one-ness is the booby prize, no power, no life in that.

  3. I never talk about the experience of Unconditional Love, you do. Unconditional Love is not an experience, it is an energy. And moments of experience of anything nice comes with the opposite on a low vibration level. Love with hate or indifference, joy with sadness and grief, etc.

    Your vibration is 190. Your view of life needs to be elevated before there is any truth value to it, really. I don’t mean it in a condescending way, I mean it as a fact.

    One of the hallmarks of low vibration is a very narrow cone of vision: your whole field of vision is occupied by one thing, and there is not context, there is nothing else to see, and then you go through life like that, believing everything that seems to match the party line.

    Please don’t buy anything from me.

  4. Acceptance in a coaching or therapy session is a pretense, for the most part. And ends with the session, even if it was a good effort.

    Of all the people I know, therapists are the most wretched.

    Having compassion of people’s dark side is a different capacity, and most of those gurus are not able to be on that level. That’s why they don’t participate in real life, they don’t work, don’t provide value, don’t expose themselves to LIFE, they are protective of their pretenses.

  5. When Krishnamurti died, Osho said: Good for him (or something like that, I don’t have now exactly how he began) He doesn’t have to pretend any more.

    This whole guru culture is a big circus of pretenders. They start out by accepting the basic tenets of a philosophy or world view that is faulty, and then they are surprised that it doesn’t work for them. But they keep teaching it to stupid North Americans, because it sounds so catchy, and because they don’t have to work to make a living now, they only have to pretend and talk.

    And the entire culture is now inundated with “knowledge” that is faulty, that made India wretched, (I just finished reading two novels by Adiga (of White Tiger fame)). It doesn’t work for anyone, though it sounds really good.

    Some 35 years ago I had an awakening: I saw clearly that communism is a beautiful ideal but it doesn’t work for anyone involved. That is why I left Hungary. That insight marked the beginning of my journey of search for what makes for a set of “rules” or laws that would make for a system that human beings could become real human beings, enjoying human being things, not sheep, not machines, but Human Beings.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.