“In Spiritual Warrior, you’ll build upon what you started in Practical Mysticism. You’ll become privy to techniques (many kept secret for dozens of generations) that I searched out in the mountains of Peru, the jungles of the Amazon (and a few other places I don’t care to recall). Mastering these (quite esoteric) practices required me to think and act more differently than I’ve ever had to before. At first it was quite grueling, but the results…well…all I can say is, “Wow!” …There is no sacrifice – only greater and more magnificent results, wealth, adventure and fulfillment. You owe it to the rest of your life to get to Spiritual Warrior as quickly as you can. The investment is ONLY $9695 per person.” – JamesRay.com website now offering registration for the September 2010 Spiritual Warrior event in Sedona, AZ

Online Opinions

“You don’t need to be attracting wealth all the time, turning your critical thinking faculties over to a guru, or believing that there’s some secret that will make life wonderful all the time if you just think the right things. Because it isn’t wonderful all the time. That’s what makes the times when it is wonderful so incredibly precious. Seriously.” – Victoria Bazeley, MidlifeTransits.com

“How long will it take for people in our culture to realize that a spiritual quest is an individual and deeply personal search to find out who and what you are. The answer is inside each of us and cannot be found in the outer world. The answer cannot be imprisoned in words; cannot be defined or described, for it is sacred knowledge; you will know it when you feel it and never be the same. There are as many paths as there are people and the inward journey is difficult, terrifying, and exhilarating, but never easy. You must want to know and you must prepare yourself. The teacher will appear when the student is ready. People who claim to be teachers and advertise their services in exchange for substantial fees to attract groups of wealthy people able and willing to pay those fees are false prophets who profane sacred knowledge by charging money; that they would dare to do so is all one needs to know that they have not completed their own journeys and know not what they do.” – Mason, on Huffingtonpost.com

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