I do wonder, though, if potential Accessories would be advised to ask, before paying for an Access class, “Exactly what is this going to cost me? Exactly what are you going to deliver it, when will you deliver it, and what do I have to deliver in order for you to make this work?”
” The idea that Access might actually be trying to make any significant inroads in corporate consulting or seminars is a little disgusting, and not as far-fetched as it might seem, given the corporate world’s longstanding willingness to embrace cult-like LGATs and questionable gurus (think Landmark Education, Tony Robbins, etc).* Access is already peddling business-related frauducts and workshops, as indicated on the “business” tagged page on the Access Web site. Is the next step a series of corporate workshops? Will decision makers in otherwise respectable, rational companies actually try to send their employees to Access classes?
MEMO TO CORPORATE MANAGERS WHO ARE EVEN REMOTELY CONSIDERING BRINGING ACCESS CONSCIOUSNESS TO YOUR WORKPLACE: Don’t waste your company’s money or your employees’ time with this scammy organization that was founded by an ex-real https://hookupdate.net/de/thaifriendly-review/ estate agent and antiques dealer who originally claimed he received his information from Rasputin. Do your homework. Here is a link, once again .
And I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed that your relative will see the light before too much money — and possibly important relationships — go down the drain
In any case it does seem that Access is popping up in more and more places, and as I said to one of my correspondents above, as it continues to grow, I expect that I will be receiving more distress calls. And I wish I could do more to help.
Meanwhile, I invite any ex-Accessories to comment publicly on this blog for the benefit of those who are looking for information. Be a resource for someone who needs it. You don’t have to use your real name, of course, and you can be completely anonymous.
If you don’t want to publicly comment but would like to help someone via private correspondence, contact me off-blog with an email address I can share (privately) with those in need. That’s is potentially a little more cumbersome, but I do want to respect everyone’s privacy.**
My email address is . And thank you in advance for your help. Addendum, : There are now two Access threads on the Rick Ross Forum: Both make reference to a very promising new site, Access Schism , which was founded by a person who knows much more about Access than he ever wanted to know. Access Schism also addresses other LGAT organizations such as Landmark, Lifespring, etc., but there is a lot of focus on Access. I applaud the founder for starting this site and plan to contribute myself as well.
* Here’s more about Landblog’s Steve Salerno. And here’s a very good thread on the Rick Ross forum about the potential harm of LGATs.). ** There are some ex-Access insiders who have on several occasions offered help and information when I asked, but they are understandably very intent on preserving their anonymity when acting as Access critics, so I have to contact them privately, and ask their permission to share their email addresses privately, each time someone asks for help. I understand the need for this but as I noted, it gets a little cumbersome. Also, these people have their own self-help seminar businesses, and given the fact that I am not a fan of such things I do not feel entirely comfortable referring those who need information about Access to sources who might have a marketing agenda of their own. Even so, these folks have been helpful in the past and I appreciate the information they have shared.
Is Access a cult? It depends on your definition. Access founder Gary Douglas actually wrote a comment to my blog at one time and insisted that Access isn’t a cult.
Perhaps more difficult to demonstrate will be the Access claim that those great gobs of plastic in an area of the Pacific Ocean, which Access’ Ocean 300 project intends to tackle , will be “demanifested” by the group of Accessories who are planning to go out on a boat and work their magic. But I have no doubt that if and when that boat trip ever occurs, Accessories will find some way to fudge measurements or otherwise rationalize about it.
Moreover, Access probably has not yet wreaked the financial havoc of the boiler-room operations that lurk behind scammy TV infomercials and Internet marketing hustles. Of course the commonality of the stories, and the fact that the financial damage is on a smaller scale than that of boiler rooms, do not make the situations any less disturbing or even shocking to the individuals who are experiencing them. Still, it’s easy for some folks to dismiss stories like these by noting that people often go off the deep end when they get enthusiastic about anything, be it an LGAT method, a rock singer, a church group, a sports team, or what have you. When discussing these matters, it’s also inevitable that someone will point out that if there weren’t a willing mers and cult leaders (or leaders of cult-like organizations) would have to find another way to make a living. All of this is true. Yet charismatic leaders and groups take full advantage of people’s weaknesses and vulnerability — their desperation or discontent, their fears and longings — so I think that in most cases the lion’s share of the responsibility/blame is on them.
De-molecular manifestation is asking something which doesn’t show up to appear, while molecular de-manifestation is asking something which does exist to disappear something else can appear.
The whole effort may indeed be Sisyphean, but I still think it’s worthwhile
So is the person to whom you’re asking the questions supposed to answer with another question? Wouldn’t an answer be too limiting and judgmental? Also, what about that Access practice of “living in 10-second increments” (as elucidated by that great non-thinking Access spokes-blond, Rikka, in this vid) ? If someone seals a business deal with Gary and then that person changes his or her mind ten seconds later, is Gary cool with it? Apropos of that, I’ve heard from people who have been screwed (in a business sense) by Gary Douglas and his dodgy strategies of using inexact language, or living in 10-second increments, or what have you. Maybe the real deal is that he demands exactness from others but doesn’t feel a need to deliver it himself.