We get suspicious when we see something offered for free. Maybe a ‘buy-one-get-one-free’ in the grocery store is okay. But free meditation programs must be worthless. Are they trying to lure us in until we’re hooked? Then, slam us with a big price as soon as we’re drooling for the “meat”?
On the other hand, our birth mother never charged us one thin dime when she facilitated the launch of our heart pumps. Nor when our lungs took their first breath. Even our digestive system operates free of cost. So to charge us money to activate energy we already own or teach us how to meditate, smells like a con. A bad deal. Only a dishonest shyster ‘guru’ would charge money to teach meditation or give mantras.
Moses never charged for the ten commandments. Nor did Mohammad collect money for his teachings. And imagine Jesus charging for the Sermon on the Mount?
We, the people, are drifting into a money-orientation-trap when we think because something is expensive it must be of good quality. Or worse yet, because someone is wealthy they must be very wise, or at least, intelligent enough to lead us.
So, how do we get out of this money rules trap? To find out, go to the post in this blog called The Lovely Journey Begins.
***All the people in this photo practice Sahaja Yoga Meditation. They have their self-realization or kundalini awakened and those are the vibrations that flow as a result!