Originally Posted by AuspiciousEight
"The thing is, I'm seeing more and more attitudes around her that seem to indicate the tendency to concept of a class-based society, not as a social ill, but as a good.."
This holier than though attitude is spreading rather quickly. Worship Steve. Look down on everyone who isn't 'conscious'. Divide people into divisions based upon how much money they make. Teachers and students. Is everyone not created equal anymore?
Where did the love go?
The blog is free and the book is $16. If you are unable to take those concepts and create $500 of value for somebody, then a $500 workshop that can help you create $200,000 to $1,000,000 per year simply will not resonate. Think about that for a moment - it's the same thing that happens when a lottery winner gets $150,000,000 and ends up broke and miserable in a year, because they are a vibrational mis-match for the money.
Steve practically gave the conference away if you think about it like that.
Think about this: I'm a vibrational mis-match for Steve (I'm a darkworker). I don't even exist in his reality except as a mere speck, a few dots on his computer screen. I could say, "I'm Jesse from the conference" and he'd say, "Who?" But I'm coming to this forum, spending my time which will soon be worth $200/hour, telling people about how Steve changed my life.
I wouldn't have attended if it had been $5000. I wouldn't have attended if Steve hadn't directly spoken to me in another thread and slapped my Darkworker face to wake up. I believe that the cheapness of his pricetag was to allow people like me to make this quantum shift. I'm probably the only reason he made the pricetag so low. His next workshop will cost $1000-$1500 and be worth even more value. The one after that will probably cost more and be even better and attract even more people.
Steve isn't a classist; he's a conscious-ist.
Some people simply aren't meant to grow consciously, and that's fine. Steve has provided more than enough free value to help everybody out.