[deleted user] That's okay, so much good stuff coming out now too, Eleni K. I've had some good laughs with this man, in his presentations, earlier. Sometimes, as I perceive him, he's a little over the top with the use of his energy, playing the role of charlatan/magician a bit, making some people (read women) in the audience fall instinctively for him, without knowing it themselves. While he knows very well what he's doing, I can see it in his eyes. He's entitled to play his game of course, but I don't like that aspect of him very much. It's a bit cheap, talking spiritual while using a certain energy exchange from the area under the belt to create fans. As I perceive him, he's got to learn about being sovereign and taking an autonomous stance of a mature man. He's the kind of guru-type person who will find a herd of women at his tail. Not suggesting that he's bad, for who knows what great lessons these women will learn from him being very naughty ;)
Friday 7 October 2016, 17:11:24
[deleted user] On second thought, I may have gone on about this far too heavy and serious. It's not fair to say this about him, without having been in the same room with him. Please don't take offense. I would've loved to delete my former comment here, but I can't. So please forget it.
Friday 7 October 2016, 19:10:53
Eleni K. ahaha, don't worry dear. Sorry I put it under your post in the first place. I find his teachings really inspiring and, to be honest, I've learnt, long ago, to keep my eyes on the message, not the messenger.. Take care.
Monday 10 October 2016, 08:13:29
[deleted user] Thank you, Eleni K. I have to chew on that, keeping my eyes on the message. I always feel the need to first find the intention behind the message. I'm not jumping to the jester role so much anymore, for that's playing with fire and I've found the root of it. That's part of my learning curve, I guess, valuable for my exploring of how it is to be a master, before I forgot about being one, while juggling with my strict religious upbringing and past lives