Avoid New Age Manipulative Marketing

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I feel disappointed that I’m writing a post on manipulative marketing techniques of new age teachers and healers.  However, when brilliant teachers prey upon people suffering losses and illness, my inner warrior pulls out the sword of truth.

Recently, I joined another “free” online workshop series and live streams.  Having joined several “free” summits and workshops in the past, I was already aware of the info commercial atmosphere so prevalent these days.  What I didn’t expect was a spiritual teacher to place her listeners under a trance and then use several manipulative marketing strategies to get them to sign up for a $600 online course which included peer pressure, causing the listener to doubt their inner guidance and offering stories of people magically coming up with resources to take the 12-week course.  “Take that leap of faith and then the money will arrive…” Meaning, sign up…

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