Imaginary friends to the rescue
So you say you're still uneasy about the world financial crisis, despite the fact that Joe Vitale now has a Rolls Royce? Boy, you're a hard case, aren't you? Well, relief is on the way.
Esther and Jerry Hicks, the George and Gracie of the New-Wage world, and the real inspiration behind The Secret, have once again called upon their imaginary buds, a group of disembodied entities collectively known as "Abraham." Earlier this month Abe spilled the beans about the crazy money stuff that's going on today, and also shared some wise words about the US presidential election and that whole politix thing.
Here's the vid.
Be sure to look at the faces of the audience – believers every one (well, most of 'em, anyway; one guy looked kind of skeptical). I will concede that some of the advice Esther...er...I mean Abe...gives about personal responsibility is good enough advice, but you could find the same thing on any Libertarian blog. You don't have to pay to go and listen to Esther repeat what the voices in her head tell her.
Lest you think the Hicks' audience is restricted to just a few fringe loonies, you should know that Esther and Jerry are among the richest folks working in the New-Wage industry today. So a lot of people are buying their stuff and going to their workshops. How rich are they? Well, really, really rich. Here's more info about them and the way they work.
And by the way, in case you were thinking of going on the Abraham-Hicks 2009 cruise to Tahiti, I regret to inform you that it's sold out. (Look at the cabin prices. And it's sold out. Does that give you an idea of the kind of money that's floating around in New-Wage paradise?) But don't worry; the Hicks host several cruises each year.
As Esther and Jerry themselves put it, "We keep saying this----It just can't get any better than this! (But we know that somehow it will!)."
I gotta find me a scam.
PS ~ If you're considering going into the imaginary-friends business yourself, there are a few important points you should consider. Fortunately, I have just the old blog post for you. (Hey, I'm not rich myself (yet), but I can give really good useless advice on how you can get rich. No, you don't have to thank me. Well, okay. Thank me.)