Strange Manifesting Techniques How To Get Lot's Of Money For Anything Fast - 100% Success Rate?
I posted on this one before.
I posted again because of so much interest in manifesting on this forum, and this is a strange 'manifesting' technique. It's more technical, doesn't involve L.O.A.
It involves being specific with what you want, and writing it out a certain number of times, everyday. You can even set a specific date (the book encourages you to) and the goal will happen by or before that date - so the book claims.
The author Stuart Lichtman, claims that there is a 99% success rate with the 50,000 people he taught this to, and then says the other 1% were able to get what they wanted when they went back and corrected some things!
That's a big claim, but I like his technical approach and success tracking.
What I also like about this method is that the actual goal is up to you, so depending on what your goals are, you can try it out.
Supposedly, if you want to meet a person for a relationship by a certain date, you can use this method. You can even describe the features, personality, type of body.
The choice of goal is totaly open to the user.
So if I decided that I wanted to 'astral project' for example and by a certain date, I can simply choose that.
That can also mean some of the stranger things that people think about on here can be tried out using this method.
Problem solving -
| Anxiety Disorder Used To Make My Life Hell |
Anxiety Disorder Used To Make My Life Hell until I developed a strong desire to get rid of it.
Don’t get me wrong, anxiety is bad enough, but I really woke up when it became a matter of being able to go to college or not. There was no way anxiety disorder was gonna keep me from college
Call it law of attraction but I received a spam email in my spam folder which for some reason I chose to read. As it turns out I needed money for college as well, so when I saw the link that read “how to get money for anything fast” I was quick to click on it. The site page was a long one so I saved it and came back to it later; my desire for college money was very strong as well.
I merely browsed the page but based on the testimonials and other claims I realized that there was more to this thing than just making money. I painstakingly read the whole page and by the time I was done, I somewhat believed that this “Cybernetic Transposition Method” that they talked about could help me get rid of my anxiety disorder. I closed the page, but I just couldn’t get the idea out of my mind.
Immediately I began reading. Stuart shares his story about how he came to develop the method and getting a co-author (Joe Vitale) and such. The next day I got into the meat of the process. Over a period of two weeks I did the basic Cybernetic Transposition Method process which isn’t as hard or complicated as it sounds.
I can’t share all the details of how I first tested that my Anxiety Disorder was gone but i’ll say this. I placed myself in a situation that I usually could not have been in without intense anxiety, shaking of my entire body including my head, palpating heart - total anxiety meltdown ok. This was an amazing day for me because when I placed myself in that situation I began to actually look for my anxiety and it was nowhere to be found. As much as I was working towards it being gone, I still braced myself for an attack, but it never came.
I then tested on softer grounds. I went to church - no anxiety. I went downtown and took public transportation - no anxiety. I walked around town and said “hi” to people - no anxiety. The beast of my anxiety was gone. The meat of the anxiety disorder matter no longer existed within me. I left the country, went to college, lived on campus but experienced no anxiety.
I have the book/course. I bought a few years ago, but was too lazy to actually fully test it out. At that time, I was more into collecting programs than really trying them out.
The method was so technical, that I found it off putting at first. But a friend at that time lost a job. So I taught it to her.
The method requires you to describe specificly what you want, so I told her to speficily list what she wanted in her new job. She described the hours she wanted, the type of boss she wanted (nice, not looking over shoulder) environment, salary (more than her previous job).
She also set a date for it.
After two months of writing her goal, on the very day before the date of her story, she got the job she wanted, with almost all the features she described, hours, type of boss (he was hardly ever there) and salary almost matched, (more than her previous job).
It did take some rewriting and rechecking, and I was even ready to suggest something else, but a few days later, she got it.
What happened? Her former boss, met someone who needed someone with the same skills she had.
He recommended her, and he agreed, and said if she came in, she would be hired..this occured pretty much one day before the deadline she wrote...
Proof?, really not sure, only interesting...
Like I said, the method is very technical, almost confusing, here is a review from someone who read the book:
Amitabh Bose from San Jose, CA. |
Review Title:: Stuart Lichtman Has a Good Subject but is a Bad Author.
2 Stars Review: Do not really go in for Stuart Lichtman's book. It is so technically written that you will have to do the Advanced Course to actually understand and apply the book. The author is self congratulatory in his approach throughout the book and loses the content somewhere.
Here are some testimonials for the book itself:
The Money Came a Week in Advance... |
"At the beginning of the month I did a CT (Cybernetic Transposition) Basic 3-Step exercise for a financial goal of $25,000.00 in gross profits on or before March 31, 2003. Well I hit that goal last Friday March 21, 2003! I wanted to share that success with you. You can pass along my story if you like to, with first name only please."- Robert
'THREE MONTHS, NO SALE. THEN... THREE DAYS, SOLD AT FULL PRICE!'
"I'm starting really slowly at this. But I was so keen the first week I read your book that I thought I'd try it out on selling my car.
"We had a 18 month old Landrover Discovery car - a luxury car in the UK. It had been on the market for 3 months. We'd spent over £ 300 advertising it. We had not had one single phone call. We decided to stop advertising.
"I did the CT exercise, coming up with a few blockages that I sorted out. I immediately got a phone call, but the caller was not willing to pay the asking price. So I repeated the exercise, writing it out fully one hundred times.
"I had put a time limit on it, 'by this Sunday..' On that very day, I came home from work in the evening to see a sign in the car window 'Sold' Somebody phoned that day, came to see the car, put a deposit down there and then. We sold the car for the asking price just 3 days after the written CT exercise."Thank you." (Name deleted by Nightdiamond)
Another strange offering from Stuart is his advanced program for "seemingly impossible" goals. The more impossible it seems to you, the more his advanced method can help you achieve it, Stuart claims.
My opinion; if I had not shared this with someone else, I might not have enough real evidence to say it works right now... I remain a bit skeptical, but still, it seems very interesting..