I review a lot of gurus and teachers… I reviewed John Assaraf, a money guru, almost three years ago.
I connect to the person and muscle test numbers, feel their emotions and intentions… and draw conclusions from my findings.
Winning the inner game of money is the course John Assaraf is offering nowadays. Should you buy it? Will it suddenly enable you to make money in spite of yourself?
As you can tell, I read a lot of Osho. I read it for the good stuff, and tolerate it for the bad stuff.
I put down the book about 3 times per page, to muscle test his statements that sound so authoritative, but don’t sit well with me.
Osho’s personal vibration is 300, and the truth percentage of what he says is 7%. Not much, if you ask me. It is even less than the 10% of Andy Shaw’s book. People use this 10% to poopoo the book “Create the bug free mind” as if you could find a lot of things with a higher truth value: not so, and you’ll see in a minute why.
Let me first define what I mean by ‘making a difference…’ because there is a lot of mischief about that in common language. Because it’s been a slogan. Because it has been a bromide for so long.
OK, explanation: if I am hired to design a system that reduces the carbon dioxide load… to turn around the Global Warming… I am asked to ‘make a difference’, i.e. to alter the future.
If I didn’t do that, but a lot of people are now arguing about it…
If I didn’t do that, but a few people in rich countries are using wind power and solar power… did I make a difference? No.
The difference between cords and energetic attachment, psychic attachment is many.
Cords don’t grow roots, they stay where stay landed. They cause damage only by virtue of being there.
Energetic attachments, psychic attachments are “alive” and grow roots, coil around an organ, go from one organ to another.
They are designed to kill, or at least debilitate. They grow fast and siphon your life away.
What is vibration? What is the vibration that is the vibrational scale of 1 to 1000?
In this article I’ll answer the questions: what is vibration, and what that means. I’ll also tell you how to measure vibration. And in the end I’ll let you know how to pick a teacher or a guru who is the best vibrational match to you, so you can start raising your vibration with their teaching.
Tom Jacobs, www.helpfulwaves.com creator of helpful waves, personal vibration: 70; Truth value of “self-healing” modality of tuning audios: 1%. What he does reminds me of what Andy Shaw says about people: “humans are the only species that play with their food”… Now, I know about food, and I know that it is bad for you, all this “cuisine” stuff, combining food items that make the dish toxic… for you.
The same is true about most audio energy transmission programs, and energy transmissions… just because you can do something, it doesn’t mean that it is good for people. This is very true for these “helpful” waves… it is good for your ego, but not good for YOU.
Ed Strachar, personal vibration: 70, truth value of what he says: 3%. Can heal? no. Can connect to Source? no. Can connect to the imaginary land of entities? yes. Can those entities heal? no
Mooji, personal vibration: 190. Enters beingness? no. Truth value of what he says: 6%
The original post was written BEFORE I got my copy of The Bug Free Mind book from Andy Shaw. This is the actual review:
I knew it was worth reading, (muscle tested it, of course) but I had no idea why. The truth value sounds like not enough, but compared to others’ truth value, it is at least twice, and what may be even more important: it talks about things, it makes you think about things that no one else does… except me.
A bug free mind reader question. How to tell judgment from observation, surrender from resistance?
As I mentioned in a previous article, the Bug Free books** can be your kindergarten, elementary school and maybe even your college… Then you need, if you are ambitious enough, if you have done well enough in those grades, you can start working with me.
Yesterday I had a session with a student, and that really drove it home for me.
Attending a class with me gives you the instant illusion that you have learned something. That you know something.
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.
The tribes that live near the North Pole have lots of words for snow. Syracuse people have one: snooow… that is pronounced with a guttural growl.
Tailors of suits can tell the type of black fabric they are looking at, though, for most people black is black.
A Sherlock Holmes can tell, from a little bit of ash, what kind of cigarette a person smoked.
But us, mere unconscious mortals, have a difficult time telling things apart, telling hype from helpful suggestion, truth from fantasy, belief from fact.
I got an email today from a one-time teacher of mine, so I checked out Mary Morrissey (personal vibration: 200, truth value of her teaching: 250… that is to say 7% is true, 93% is made up, b.s., misleading, misinformation, crap)
I watched three videos, almost two hours total.