posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 09:52 AM
I saw and read the secret first, afterwards I found out that Hicks was in the first production of the secret movie and removed in later versions. So
it's logic to say that the secret is based partly on Abraham-Hicks translations (I didn't know that when I started looking ito all this.)
Like I said, it's an interesting theory, but the fact that she channels the information leaves me with a big questionmark. The way she brings it to
the public leaves me with an even bigger one :p
When I look at the video's I can't really believe that Esther isn't there anymore, but instead an 'infinite being' took over her body... it looks
to much like propaganda to me...
Then when I see what they charge for attending a seminare, on a luxery cruse ship, wow, that's not for the middle class people!
Makes me wonder if the basis of her teachings are imaginary (aswell?)
but I guess, "if it works, then it works no matter where it comes from" lol.
What brings me back to the 'brainwash' factor... if she makes you believe that it works then we are just kidding ourselfs