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Why I dislike Stuart Wilde

 
HeatherM
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Gosh,
I hope he isn't dying I have only just discovered his books and have made it one of my missions to meet him.
I feel criticism is easy sometimes. When people are out there we have a natural need to knock them down. No-one is perfect Stuart appears to have a keen sense of humour which always gets folk into trouble - bless 'em

Hang in there Stuart.
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THE DUDE CLEARLY doesn't eat right or practice what he praches. That's all I have to say.
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03/09/2008 06:30 AM
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Golly Gosh! Yeah, unfortunately he's out there alright. Just like Bush is out there, and a whole bunch of other street-wise conmen and swindlers that he loves to put down.

He's a very, very good writer. Shame he can't walk the talk, but trades off the dazzling light-bright freshness of his earlier years.

Go meet him. Just don't get sucked into his morph screwball mind game, or drinking to keep up with up him (that's a trap for the fools) or doing the aya trip, just cos everyone else is) and for heaven's sake don't buy one of the (doctors) light pens. They are just old stock from the Heine medical supply company.

Just be aware that you cannot magically charge (resonate) a plastic case, a battery light. or an off/on switch, etc., etc. Only idiots think otherwise. The only magic that happens is when you part with 400 Euros ++ up for one of these things. AND That should tell you something about the man........

Go do one of his seminars (they should be renamed, "JUST GIVE ME YOUR MONEY AND F*** OFF") and watch how he messes everyone around, keeps them waiting for hours on end, and see the lack of respect he truly has for his fools.

Good luck and may the Force of Perception be with you.
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03/09/2008 07:40 AM
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Nice Suzy Q, go girl.....clap, clap, clap :)

hf
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Agreed. Went to his seminar in Las Vegas last October based on "instincts" after reading several of his books. Was looking forward to meet him myself (and did)

However,

Needing to fighting several urges to just leave, (based on my BS sensor going-off -big time) detecting master salesman 'working the crowd'. i stuck it out after all, he is entertaining...Nothing more.

Las Vegas was the perfect venue for him. (total delusion in the desert)

His single most obvious talent is not subtle understanding of the 'morph', spirit world or balancing life between the physical and spiritual but telling captivating/pithy stories with his Scottish accent, knowing human frailty/desire and "working the crowd". PERIOD.

Lots of reverse psychology and simple 'hype'. When you press him on it -to get more resolute closure...he slips into another direction. He works the 'ill knock him out of his consensus reality angle...which enables him to go anywhere, do anything at his victims expense (and i mean EXPENSE).

Since then, ive truly wondered if he is the origin of his books or are they the work of one of his students, wife or some other tag-along under his 'spell'.

You dont need ayahuasca, you dont need his morph hype. You dont need Stuart Wilde.

He definitely is the 'trickster'. So the value of a brush with him is getting thrown back on yourself which is where you should-have been before deciding to cut-the-check and go to his seminar. (im sure he'd agree...)
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It's the same way with a lot of other "metaphysical" authors. Their all trying to be the next Carlos Castaneda it seems...
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03/09/2008 12:20 PM
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Well the thing of it is this - with all tricksters their Egos are so immense that they want you to thank them for screwing you over. Like it was some kind of wonderful orgasmic lesson that you really couldn't do without.

I've read so many fools saying stuff like, "Well, it costs me a lot and then I realised I'd been taken, BUT it was a great anyway because I'd learned I'd been screwed over." Dah! Shmuck.

Hey, you can get screwed over anywhere! You don't have to pay this permanetly smashed demi-god to do it to you. And then add, "Thank You for the marvelous experience." Because he is really big on all this thank you stuff and being very humble, etc. - the more humble you are the less likely you are to question or argue with him.

And I agree, upon meeting him, (and secretly wondering about the state of his liver) and listening to his toilet mouth for any length of time, it is hard to believe that he is the author of all those great books.

I've no idea how he gets his act together to get out of bed. Everything seems to annoy him. He can't answer a straight question with a straight answer. His blood sugar must be going crazy.
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I considered going to one of Stuart's workshops but did not have the extra money in the budget.

Thanks for the posts and info. Has anyone else attended and what sort of experience did you have?
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i went to one of his seminars last year in wales it was so-so the food wasn't much good. he kept us hanging around waiting for him one night 2when he was supposed to met everyone outside in the garden at about ten oclock. so every was outside waiting for him and it was really cold. he didn't pitch for hours i figured he had gone to his room and fallen asleep. and finally he comes outside and it was close to midnight and i was freezing my bum off from the cold. no apologies for the long wait or nothing. most of his fans wer getting really drunk every night - i thought it was more a drinking and mushroom club.

personaly i didnt get much out ofit. i've read most of his books so thought i'd give his seminar a go. if you are really into him it might be worth it. i think you get much more useful stuff out of something like a three hour deepak chopra seminar and its cheaper too. they keep sending me emails asking me to go to other seminars with him but to expensive for me. he does write some pretty good stuff though and he can be pretty funny. (i wundered abou the condition of his liver as well).
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THE DUDE CLEARLY doesn't eat right or practice what he preaches. That's all I have to say.
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Anonymous coward .... that is Stuart Wilde.Expose the tick and squeeze the blood out of the bastard.
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I considered going to one of Stuart's workshops but did not have the extra money in the budget.

Thanks for the posts and info. Has anyone else attended and what sort of experience did you have?
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bump

He is a manipulative human tick and if you have read the books, listened to the tapes and seen the false-man live then you will understand he only wants your money and offers a dream/fantasy in return.

Once you wake up you will see the false-man for what he is.

Flesh, blood and very very human, using lies and whispers to cajole people into doing what he wants.

WAKE UP EVERYONE !!!!!!!
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It is possible to rent a room at the hotel in advance, then sit outside the door and listen to the seminar. After the second day or even after the thing starts it is also possible to mingle in with the rest of the crowd and get what you can from the seminar. Later if you think it was worth your while send him the money so as to avoid the karma.

However, I believe the morph he talks about is real. I did see people not leave the room and yet you could see right through them. Then there was this yellow fog in the room that came out of ordinary people. I kinda got the feeling I was there so everybody else got a chance to meet me, because clearly they were on a different income level than me, either that or I was there for some other reason. For a short period of time I got to feel important, and it could not have been possible without Stewart. His legacy is probably the ability to bring together a diverse group of people and get them to form an extended family for a short period of time. I suppose most any motivational speaker can do that, but Stewart Wilde has his own way of making things flow. That was a year ago last October, 2007.

The mailing list is cool, but lacks the opportunity for discussion. The seminars and books might be his only source of income, so don't fault his means of funding. I'd suspect he would have trouble helping me put in fencing. Now if i had a car that needed to be sold I'm certain he'd be the man to sell it.

When he was younger he looked quite the dashing fellow. One thing I noticed after going to the seminar, I already knew most of the things he spoke of. On the way there the airline even put me in First Class at no extra cost. Sure everything is expensive in Las Vegas, especially near the casinos but there is a dollar store on Flamingo where it is cheaper to stock up on things like snacks, water, and other stuff.

The thing with going to his or any one of the many folks who have similar seminars is if you really want to go the Universe will find a way for you to attend. Any physician or psychiatrist will charge much more for their time and leave you feeling like you got had. I came back with a box of sand and a few rocks.

I suppose i dislike the fact that he doesn't have seminars near me, and that the participants don't have a closer cohesiveness after the event.

I wish I could hear from some of the folks I met, cause I miss em. PM me?
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However, I believe the morph he talks about is real. I did see people not leave the room and yet you could see right through them. Then there was this yellow fog in the room that came out of ordinary people. I kinda got the feeling I was there so everybody else got a chance to meet me, because clearly they were on a different income level than me, either that or I was there for some other reason. For a short period of time I got to feel important, and it could not have been possible without Stewart.
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It is fantasic you are as one with Wilde.However I don`t believe yellow fog came out of ordinary people and the utterances are very similar to what Wilde would produce.

Some type of escape from ordinary human mind I suppose.






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I have been reading Stuie's books since the early 1990's. He has a brilliant mind and a quirky sense of humour. In the beginning, there was a devout sincerity about his quest and efforts. His book,"The Force" opened up my mind and fueled my quest truth. I have much respect for his compassion and how he reminds us to look after the animals.
However much has changed since then and he seems to have gone bent in some way along the lines of Osho and other such gurus who underestimate the power of the shadow energies. He contradicts himself on a regular basis. He writes about the Hindu gods and goddesses giving incorrect information about their associations and status on the hierarchy. In his book "God's Gladiators," he urges genuine seekers to forget about the world, romance, birthing children, money and personal vanities and keep our minds on liberation because time is running out and only a few of us will be able to escape this dimension and the ghouls that are everwhere. Yet I see that he recently added hair plugs to his balding pate and seems to be enjoying a most affluent lifestyle with the accent on money. His predictions have all failed to materialise to date and he seems to have an on and off and on again relationship with the Bible and Christ Consciousness. In earlier times, he would knock the baseness of "tick tock" or the everyday existence as dictated by the status quo and capitalistic greed. Now he holds his very expensive workshops in places like Las Vegas and Amsterdam catering to the rich who personify the very status quo he once decried as soul-numbing.
I don't trust him anymore but I give thanks for eveything I learned from him in earlier times - maybe the season has ended and it is time to move on. Goodbye Stuie. Do the right thing before it is too late.
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It is amazing how many of his "people" are in such awe of him that they let him get away with outright abuse.
I have made two major mistakes in my life ... one was around a business venture and the secone was joining Mr. Wilde's Redemeer's Club.

While he insisted on politeness, repect and kindness of the rc members he himself was rude and abnoxious. He particularly liked to pick on powerful women, young women, medical people and his mother in law. (never had anything nice to say about her).

there is so much more..
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Hi Raven, you said that you join Stuart Wilde Redemers club, and called it a mistake. Did you not get anything out of it. Is alle what wilde talks about in hed books just fake or not. Im consider to buy the Redemers club lesson, but before i offer 350$, it would be nice to know if he just a fraud.
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It is amazing how many of his "people" are in such awe of him that they let him get away with outright abuse.
I have made two major mistakes in my life ... one was around a business venture and the secone was joining Mr. Wilde's Redemeer's Club.

While he insisted on politeness, repect and kindness of the rc members he himself was rude and abnoxious. He particularly liked to pick on powerful women, young women, medical people and his mother in law. (never had anything nice to say about her).

there is so much more..
 Quoting: raven 614706


It would be interesting to learn more about your experiences with RC. Were there people who were actually seeing the morph and dematerializing? Are some of his followers really fueled by hard drugs like cocaine and heroin? Or is there some substance to the man and his teachings? I am only searching for answers.
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If you just take the basics of Stuart's writings and actually apply some of the teachings to your life there will be a change to your perception no doubt. He has gone down what seems to be a dark path but tackling the shadow is a must in any spiritual journey. I've seen some pretty wild stuff before and after (mostly after) reading his books. If he's been through half as much as I think he has then I totally understand him coming off rough around the edges. Being that I've had so many of the same types of experiences that he's described in his writings I know he's on to something. Look how much of his stuff he puts out for free... Money grabber? .. I think not. Once you've had the experience of feeling yourself literally drift different directions in your sphere and then popping up in another world, you'll never question him again. Is he the best spiritual teacher there is? Don't know. But a con-man he is not.
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I'll agree with the fact that SW has given his liver a go. These reports certainly confirm a level of billiousness which might explain alot of his actions at live seminars. He ain't no saint nor claims to be. He's only relaying his long and terrifying bouts while traveling the inner worlds and he's nowhere alone doing this. Many of his predictions have happened. Not everyone is up for the DMT,Aya or Psilocibe experiences. Alot of people write about what might happen in 2012, but the accounts that seem the most viable are by those who are familiar with these experiences. Logic alone can't explain what might happen. The mind has been bilked for eons and really can have no conception of anything higher than its vain self. Something "other" needs to be experienced and it is this other that most search for. This can be belief in UFOs,religious or other spiritual beliefs. It's all the same subject matter. SW is not a crazed maniac. Read some of Terrence McKenna's accounts and experiences that he's had long before SW. Got news for ya'. If Jesus came back they'd crucify him all over again calling him a phony and Satans' son. This is why a true master won't reveal his techniques and the true nature of things because it is beyond the mental scope of one's state of mental consciousness and very dangerous to the uninitiated. A masters teachings can only be discovered by inwardly manifesting his techniques and to only those who are ready. No one waves a magic wand and voila one becomes instantly realised as so many believers of Jesus assume. If it were this easy there would be no reason to be here. SW doesn't propose anything of this nature but I agree there is not much time left. We either come out of self imposed state of ego separation and become one with all humanity or perish. It will happen either way. If we all become telepathic it will be very ard to lie about anything.What's your choice? Truth and true love are beyond the scope of the intellect. Technology isn't. I love airplanes and technology can can fly one perfectly..but can it get off on the experience?
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1. Boo hoo...Stuart Wilde is a human being with all the flaws that comes with a human being. OMG Stuart Wilde sells books...OMG has has seminars...OMG...what next? What's wrong with making money? Seriously, get over your jealous bullshit mascarading as deep spiritual concern.

2. He should have written a book for all lazy spiritual people; 'How to meditate just enough to make tons of money and fuck filmstars' - because mostly people are not interested in developing compassion, forgiveness, unconditional love and softness, they want a book that will tell them how to be sexy and rich.

2. Of all the crappy New Age books I have ever had to suffer, Stuart Wilde's books were beyond welcome. Here was a man giving it to you straight with a wicked sense of humour. Yippee!

3. Spiritual growth is not about imaging a white light around you, being a veggie and talking about how deep you are. It takes work and SW is a man that has worked. He does challenge you and he challenges you on many different levels.

4. So the criticism is his writings are getting darker and he doesn't ass-lick people that come along to his seminars, he is possibly an ageing con-man who sells dodgy penlights to people, he has made a lot of money, may be involved in arranging hold-ups, is a spiritual hypocrite and hates women - wow! Man...has he pressed some fragile ego buttons.

5. I love Stuie...and I love that he is flawed. I love that is controversial and that is a Scallywag. I love that he likes his Guinness and long may he continue writing and challenging all the little white-light bubble people.

Cuddles.
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1. Boo hoo...Stuart Wilde is a human being with all the flaws that comes with a human being. OMG Stuart Wilde sells books...OMG has has seminars...OMG...what next? What's wrong with making money? Seriously, get over your jealous bullshit mascarading as deep spiritual concern.

2. He should have written a book for all lazy spiritual people; 'How to meditate just enough to make tons of money and fuck filmstars' - because mostly people are not interested in developing compassion, forgiveness, unconditional love and softness, they want a book that will tell them how to be sexy and rich.

2. Of all the crappy New Age books I have ever had to suffer, Stuart Wilde's books were beyond welcome. Here was a man giving it to you straight with a wicked sense of humour. Yippee!

3. Spiritual growth is not about imaging a white light around you, being a veggie and talking about how deep you are. It takes work and SW is a man that has worked. He does challenge you and he challenges you on many different levels.

4. So the criticism is his writings are getting darker and he doesn't ass-lick people that come along to his seminars, he is possibly an ageing con-man who sells dodgy penlights to people, he has made a lot of money, may be involved in arranging hold-ups, is a spiritual hypocrite and hates women - wow! Man...has he pressed some fragile ego buttons.

5. I love Stuie...and I love that he is flawed. I love that is controversial and that is a Scallywag. I love that he likes his Guinness and long may he continue writing and challenging all the little white-light bubble people.

Cuddles.
MTM.
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1. Boo hoo...Stuart Wilde is a human being with all the flaws that comes with a human being. OMG Stuart Wilde sells books...OMG has has seminars...OMG...what next? What's wrong with making money? Seriously, get over your jealous bullshit mascarading as deep spiritual concern.

2. He should have written a book for all lazy spiritual people; 'How to meditate just enough to make tons of money and fuck filmstars' - because mostly people are not interested in developing compassion, forgiveness, unconditional love and softness, they want a book that will tell them how to be sexy and rich.

2. Of all the crappy New Age books I have ever had to suffer, Stuart Wilde's books were beyond welcome. Here was a man giving it to you straight with a wicked sense of humour. Yippee!

3. Spiritual growth is not about imaging a white light around you, being a veggie and talking about how deep you are. It takes work and SW is a man that has worked. He does challenge you and he challenges you on many different levels.

4. So the criticism is his writings are getting darker and he doesn't ass-lick people that come along to his seminars, he is possibly an ageing con-man who sells dodgy penlights to people, he has made a lot of money, may be involved in arranging hold-ups, is a spiritual hypocrite and hates women - wow! Man...has he pressed some fragile ego buttons.

5. I love Stuie...and I love that he is flawed. I love that is controversial and that is a Scallywag. I love that he likes his Guinness and long may he continue writing and challenging all the little white-light bubble people.

Cuddles.
MTM.

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I have to agree with you!!! I have had soooo many experiences in my life time, I have never met Stuie but I know there is more to life than what my limited mind can possibly see. I have had apports happen, orbs in pictures, huge ones, lucid dreams, voices...and no I don't take drugs, nor drink, They say truth is stranger than fiction, and I tell you, I KNOW it is!!!! I do see the morph, I did see the "purple rain" he mentions, I see sparkles all of the time, It is perception. For all of you whom put Stuart down listen, you obviously have not had paranormal experiences happening around you...I have. There is truth to what he states!
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Hi,

I was a very naive spiritual seeker when I went from Wayne Dyer to Stuart Wilde.

Stuart was it all, his insight and knowlegde just knocked me of my feet. I tried to read all I could get concerning him. Books and even a few videos and I was hooked.

This man was brilliant...and unfortunatelly I think that is exactly it...WAS brilliant..

I lost my full trust after reading the book Gods Gladiators that really got me down for weeks.

The last few years I have been more reading about conciousness and "the path" and Stuart simply would be a high teacher that seems to be fallen from grace.

- drinking / drug usage
- Speaking of lizardpeople and other dimensions
- Not walking his talk...(price and lifestyle)
- "romancing what he found"

All of these things tend to be seen in true spirituality as fallen characteristics.

Even in ancient scriptures it is said not to confront dark energies or other dimensional worlds but merely avoid it will be enough, there is no use for people to "fight" other dimensions.

While for example David R Hwakins theories are ("publically seen") based on his knowlegde and semi proved by AK...his message is far more clear and believable.
(escpecially his parts about falling guru's and why this happens so often!)

I really enjoyed Staurts old work but even the discount seminar at the end of next week in Amsterdam will not be one I attend. Strange...before "gods gladiators" I was willing to pay fiortunes to see him.


Luckily I didn't and I will stick to his former messages which are great.

Remember people change and guru's fall from grace...

Stuart I wish you all the best and I hope other spiritual teachers will be able to fertify all the things you say about the morph and energies with gouls around our world..

Untill then I wish you all the strenght not to become a guru with the karma of many mislead (and goodwilling) followers.

Guideaux
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I just love this pick and mix spiritualism...which is just lovely and oh soooo fucking lazy... y'know what...leave it to my next lifetime because I don't really believe all this shit and only bought the books because I thought i could learn to meditate just enough to make money without much effort and fuck the people who didn't give me the time of day before and thought I would learn a manipulative trick or two.

1. Yup...love the white light, we are all one consciousness, reincarnated souls who have eternity to get it right. Errr....oh shit....oh fuck...you want me to do something now?? err...well, I bought the books, isn't that enough. I mean, your new books are asking me to do something right now. Too dark...too dark...I just wanted to get some pussy and off-load responsibility for a life-time or two. I mean, it was great when I was visualising money and property and pussy but you want me to actually work to a deadline...come on..there are other teachers who just want want me to visualise a forest and whales...what do you mean compassion? What do mean be a warrior? that's fine when it's about me making money and fucking but I thought you were a financial guru! What the fuck is this morph?Camelot...don't they run the lottery??

Lazy, lazy, lazy, self-serving, bull-shitting, up your own arse darlings!! May you get your dick sucked and your mortgage paid....and go and fuck yourselves like the lazy whores you are.....

love ya all..............cuddles and light (what else???) xxxx
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I just love this pick and mix spiritualism...which is just lovely and oh soooo fucking lazy... y'know what...leave it to my next lifetime because I don't really believe all this shit and only bought the books because I thought i could learn to meditate just enough to make money without much effort and fuck the people who didn't give me the time of day before and thought I would learn a manipulative trick or two.

1. Yup...love the white light, we are all one consciousness, reincarnated souls who have eternity to get it right. Errr....oh shit....oh fuck...you want me to do something now?? err...well, I bought the books, isn't that enough. I mean, your new books are asking me to do something right now. Too dark...too dark...I just wanted to get some pussy and off-load responsibility for a life-time or two. I mean, it was great when I was visualising money and property and pussy but you want me to actually work to a deadline...come on..there are other teachers who just want want me to visualise a forest and whales...what do you mean compassion? What do mean be a warrior? that's fine when it's about me making money and fucking but I thought you were a financial guru! What the fuck is this morph?Camelot...don't they run the lottery??

Lazy, lazy, lazy, self-serving, bull-shitting, up your own arse darlings!! May you get your dick sucked and your mortgage paid....and go and fuck yourselves like the lazy whores you are.....

love ya all..............cuddles and light (what else???) xxxx
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Is there any need to be so vulgar and crass? Are you illiterate? Try signing up for some college classes in basic English. God you make me sick.
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I agree with a lot of you, writing about Stuart Wilde's old work being very inspirational and original. I used to be a great fan of his work (books and tapes), but after reading the Sixth Sense I was slowly pulling away.
Several years ago a friend of mine went to visit one of his seminars in New York and was hugely disappointed when he turned up hours late and made the impression that he was totally drunk (or under the influence of some kind of drug).
People walked away during the seminar and the event had to be stopped.
In may 1998 I had the opportunity to meet him and join him for lunch in a restaurant close to the airport in Sydney. To me that was a very nice experience. I met him via Leon Nacson.
The last few years I still read some of his posts, but I think he totally lost it. He contradicts himself in writing and acting. I think he is constantly under the influence of drugs and alcohol. I can't take him serious anymore. I still believe there is plenty of talent and goodness in him, but all of that is being overshadowed by a lot of personal negativity. Let's hope he will find his way back home.
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I agree with a lot of you, writing about Stuart Wilde's old work being very inspirational and original. I used to be a great fan of his work (books and tapes), but after reading the Sixth Sense I was slowly pulling away.
Several years ago a friend of mine went to visit one of his seminars in New York and was hugely disappointed when he turned up hours late and made the impression that he was totally drunk (or under the influence of some kind of drug).
People walked away during the seminar and the event had to be stopped.
In may 1998 I had the opportunity to meet him and join him for lunch in a restaurant close to the airport in Sydney. To me that was a very nice experience. I met him via Leon Nacson.
The last few years I still read some of his posts, but I think he totally lost it. He contradicts himself in writing and acting. I think he is constantly under the influence of drugs and alcohol. I can't take him serious anymore. I still believe there is plenty of talent and goodness in him, but all of that is being overshadowed by a lot of personal negativity. Let's hope he will find his way back home.
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I have been reading his recent blogs hoping for some changes in him but I think he has totally lost his grasp on sanity. He talks about how many thousands of ghouls he kills per session in the aluna although in previous years he tooks great pains to assure us that negative energies CANNOT be destroyed only subdued. If he has discovered new information, he forgot to tell us. But then, almost everything about Wilde is slipshod or contradictory. He advises us to detach from this world but he enjoys the best of it....he talks about compassion but gets angry when people ask a few questions. He wants to liberate humans but hates them and charges a lot of money for workshops in high-end town cities like Amsterdam and Vegas where most disciples cannot afford to reach. I am also suspicious of people like Kris Krepcik who "see" the same things as Wilde, including "Tolemac" a term, Wilde coined to describe a parallel dimension remiscent of Camelot. Actually Tolemac is Camelot spelt backwards and there is KK actually seeing signs in his inner world pointing to Tolemac - a term made up by Wilde! This term is not an archetype that is accessible to everyone - it is a word coined by one man...so how could KK be seeing it in his own reality, if he isn't making up stuff or imagining things according the Wilde fairy tale.
Wilde has a few correct perceptions but he has gone dark. Personally I shall follow the Vedic path that has guided humanity to liberation for thousands of years, rather than trust this erratic man whose shadows are larger than his truths.
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I agree with a lot of you, writing about Stuart Wilde's old work being very inspirational and original. I used to be a great fan of his work (books and tapes), but after reading the Sixth Sense I was slowly pulling away.
Several years ago a friend of mine went to visit one of his seminars in New York and was hugely disappointed when he turned up hours late and made the impression that he was totally drunk (or under the influence of some kind of drug).
People walked away during the seminar and the event had to be stopped.
In may 1998 I had the opportunity to meet him and join him for lunch in a restaurant close to the airport in Sydney. To me that was a very nice experience. I met him via Leon Nacson.
The last few years I still read some of his posts, but I think he totally lost it. He contradicts himself in writing and acting. I think he is constantly under the influence of drugs and alcohol. I can't take him serious anymore. I still believe there is plenty of talent and goodness in him, but all of that is being overshadowed by a lot of personal negativity. Let's hope he will find his way back home.


I have been reading his recent blogs hoping for some changes in him but I think he has totally lost his grasp on sanity. He talks about how many thousands of ghouls he kills per session in the aluna although in previous years he tooks great pains to assure us that negative energies CANNOT be destroyed only subdued. If he has discovered new information, he forgot to tell us. But then, almost everything about Wilde is slipshod or contradictory. He advises us to detach from this world but he enjoys the best of it....he talks about compassion but gets angry when people ask a few questions. He wants to liberate humans but hates them and charges a lot of money for workshops in high-end town cities like Amsterdam and Vegas where most disciples cannot afford to reach. I am also suspicious of people like Kris Krepcik who "see" the same things as Wilde, including "Tolemac" a term, Wilde coined to describe a parallel dimension remiscent of Camelot. Actually Tolemac is Camelot spelt backwards and there is KK actually seeing signs in his inner world pointing to Tolemac - a term made up by Wilde! This term is not an archetype that is accessible to everyone - it is a word coined by one man...so how could KK be seeing it in his own reality, if he isn't making up stuff or imagining things according the Wilde fairy tale.
Wilde has a few correct perceptions but he has gone dark. Personally I shall follow the Vedic path that has guided humanity to liberation for thousands of years, rather than trust this erratic man whose shadows are larger than his truths.
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I have said some really harsh stuff about Stuart because I felt betrayed by him. Right now I don't know what is going on with him but I am recanting my judgmental statements for karmic reasons. He was an earlier inspiration and without him I would not have the courage to stand up for my beliefs in this somewhat bent world that has gone very dark.
Thank you Stuart Wilde for the early guidance and I am grateful for having been a part of your journey. Forgive me for my anger and ugliness and I pray that you too will find the spiritual freedom you seek ...like all of us. Goodbye my brother.
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Stuart Wilde/Silent Power (1996): chapter 4:

"Another part of silent talking I should mention is that once you're selltled, you will learn to talk passively and equitably. Many people, feeling their disquiet and irritation with life, like to hurt others emotionally; or they are vindictive, or judgemental and critical. They shout their abuses and try to deprecate people with verbal violence. It shows them up for what they are, immature and chronically diseased. Don't use verbal violence to hurt people or to make them less. And don't be cynical."

And now you have a good look at "the master himself" on Youtube (A-list and beyond). This is interesting!! This is september 2009!! WATCH AND LEARN!!
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1. Boo hoo...Stuart Wilde is a human being with all the flaws that comes with a human being. OMG Stuart Wilde sells books...OMG has has seminars...OMG...what next? What's wrong with making money? Seriously, get over your jealous bullshit mascarading as deep spiritual concern.

2. He should have written a book for all lazy spiritual people; 'How to meditate just enough to make tons of money and fuck filmstars' - because mostly people are not interested in developing compassion, forgiveness, unconditional love and softness, they want a book that will tell them how to be sexy and rich.

2. Of all the crappy New Age books I have ever had to suffer, Stuart Wilde's books were beyond welcome. Here was a man giving it to you straight with a wicked sense of humour. Yippee!

3. Spiritual growth is not about imaging a white light around you, being a veggie and talking about how deep you are. It takes work and SW is a man that has worked. He does challenge you and he challenges you on many different levels.

4. So the criticism is his writings are getting darker and he doesn't ass-lick people that come along to his seminars, he is possibly an ageing con-man who sells dodgy penlights to people, he has made a lot of money, may be involved in arranging hold-ups, is a spiritual hypocrite and hates women - wow! Man...has he pressed some fragile ego buttons.

5. I love Stuie...and I love that he is flawed. I love that is controversial and that is a Scallywag. I love that he likes his Guinness and long may he continue writing and challenging all the little white-light bubble people.

Cuddles.
MTM.

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I have to agree with you!!! I have had soooo many experiences in my life time, I have never met Stuie but I know there is more to life than what my limited mind can possibly see. I have had apports happen, orbs in pictures, huge ones, lucid dreams, voices...and no I don't take drugs, nor drink, They say truth is stranger than fiction, and I tell you, I KNOW it is!!!! I do see the morph, I did see the "purple rain" he mentions, I see sparkles all of the time, It is perception. For all of you whom put Stuart down listen, you obviously have not had paranormal experiences happening a

round you...I have. There is truth to what he states!
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I agree, he's a flawed human being like the rest of us. But his early books (if he did indeed write them) were great. His book, "The Force" was my introduction to the metaphysical world. The psyhic that I still see after almost 20 years recommended this book to me in 1990. "The Force" explained a lot of things to me at that time that I understood on some level, but had no real way to put it into context. Basically, this put me on my own journey a long time ago.

However, I did work with a woman around 1995 who had gone to one of his workshops or whatever in New Mexico, and he had the participants give up something of theirs that they really loved to another person. There was this one woman who gave up a pair of her diamond earrings that an old boyfriend had given her to my coworker. My coworker gave up a $150 pair of garnet earrings to someone else. My coworker told me that she missed her earrings and she also wished she knew the woman's address who gave her the earrings because they had so much more meaning for her, where it meant not very much to my coworker.
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Stuart Wilde/Silent Power (1996): chapter 4:

"Another part of silent talking I should mention is that once you're selltled, you will learn to talk passively and equitably. Many people, feeling their disquiet and irritation with life, like to hurt others emotionally; or they are vindictive, or judgemental and critical. They shout their abuses and try to deprecate people with verbal violence. It shows them up for what they are, immature and chronically diseased. Don't use verbal violence to hurt people or to make them less. And don't be cynical."

And now you have a good look at "the master himself" on Youtube (A-list and beyond). This is interesting!! This is september 2009!! WATCH AND LEARN!!
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Mr JOHN.