I had a quick glance at the website. It’s a different approach to the spiritual I guess. Why not? I'm sure there are many out there to whom this approach to awakening is beneficial.
I have to re-visit it to see where I would start if I were to pretend that I am interested in joining this organization. So I would be looking for things like what do they offer that will result in some personal growth? What approaches are they? Do they appeal to my personality?
Answers to these questions didn't easily surface during my brief investigation.
Speaking for myself, I like the individual approach. I like to be guided towards my growth from within me, which for the most part is an unknown. I don't even know what the next step is. Suddenly a feeling comes up to try something new "spiritually" and if it persists I take it seriously.
I do have a "bigger picture" within me that I am hoping is what the universe wants me to do. So it is more like "Is this what you want me to do? Because this is what feels right for this lifetime"
I don't think that for someone like me, an organization such as this is the right fit. I need constant flexibility so that there are no consequences to rejecting what had served me so far.
I'm sure there are those for whom this approach is exactly what they have been waiting for to get started. So I wish them well!
I took a second look & tried to check out any of the videos without registering or paying & it was not possible. I tried to register, and the only way to do it is through a payment.
(My Third trip to this site)
I come from a different end of the spectrum. I believe in something to discover if it is true. Because, I find that irregardless of something being true or false, I cannot encounter it until I believe in it. Since I can attract any evidence of preference, I prefer to believe in the truth of things, and as I encounter the evidence, I then decide if it should be rejected.
I get their newsletters, but have never joined. It seems they have a lot of retreats and classes, which would be at additional cost, on top of the rather expensive registration fees for joining. The classes look great; like they would be really interesting and informative, but unless one lives close to California, it would be difficult and costly to attend them regularly. Just my observations!
answered 28 Feb '10, 00:47
I was about to post this question then I saw that Michael and Michaela did and now I want to know more so maybe re asking will help.
answered 24 Nov '10, 03:15
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