Okay… we prelaunched Masters of the Secret with our free talking e-book… just nobody can buy the product yet (yeah, what a tease, we know!)
And it’s funny, because every big internet marketing launch seems to crash a server, and the public at large thinks it’s all a publicity ploy. But we actually did it, so now I know it’s real!
So I posted an article on the Masters of the Secret blog called Did We Manifest a Server Crash?
Here’s how it starts:
On Tuesday, we unleashed the Masters of the Secret Talking E-book to the world en masse.
We and our heavyweight JV partners told everybody that this free multi-media resource may be the key they needed, the missing piece of the puzzle that would finally allow them to start manifesting what they want.
It’s interesting to note that most of the people we interviewed for Masters of the Secret, and most of the teachers featured in The Secret, subscribe to the doctrine that we create our own reality.
We attract everything into our lives that we experience. The good, the bad and the ugly (if you feel a need to label things good, bad or ugly).
Yes, despite the fact that we often associate “attraction” and “attractiveness” with something “good” and “beautiful”… we do attract it all. So does that mean we attract ugliness and badness… or that nothing is really ugly or bad, it just is what it is?
The article on the MOS blog goes into a lot of detail on what happened and why it happened.
But the bottom line is, whether we try to or not, whether we know it not, whether it’s conscious or not, a lot of experts in the matter believe that we do create everything… and I tend to agree.
I know, you’re saying, “I wouldn’t have created this life. I didn’t do it.” But how do you know you didn’t?
Some of my favorite teachers — like Robert Scheinfeld, Mike Dooley and James Ray — say that we came here to play a game. That we make it challenging for ourselves on purpose.
So if that’s the case, why wouldn’t we manifest things that we “think” we don’t want… when in fact, perhaps our “higher self” or spirit really did want it, to stretch us and help us grow in areas we didn’t know we could?
So if we can influence inanimate things like technology… doesn’t that show what kind of power we truly have?
Yes, it certainly does. And for all the reasons I outlined in my article, despite the headaches and the problems and the drawbacks we created, I’m definitely glad it happened.
We just made history, baby!
Keep Unwrapping the Mysteries of Life!