This excerpt is taken from the book „The Attractor Factor – 5 Easy Steps for Creating Wealth (or Anything Else) from the Inside Out from Dr. Joe Vitale which has influenced me greatly in 2007:
Joe is a fiery and inspiring speaker. He has spoken before hundreds of business groups, including the Sales and Marketing Executives, and the first Houston Publishers and Authors Association conference. You read earlier about his publishing and consulting successes.
The point is Joe is very much a man of the modern, Western business world. He is well into the ideals of Western wealth, money and success in materialism.
Yet Joe was going through a transformation and was writing new books about the spiritual aspects of wealth. He needed help in marketing these new books. Since we do not know Joe, we’ll use his exact words from his best selling book about how he used the yagya service at http://www.jyotish-yagya.com/.
“Karmic Surgery” by Dr. Joe Vitale
“Dr. Marcus Gitterle is an emergency room physician and anti-aging specialist. We met after he read one of my books, love it and emailed me, saying he lived in the same small town I do. We had lunch and became quick friends.
“One day, he told me about a way to do ‘karmic surgery’. This was new to me and made me aware of a new tool that was almost magical. It could help you release any troubling problem, or heal any condition, or achieve any intention, and do it without your doing anything. In fact, others did it for you.
“Marc explained it like this: ‘Just as you have a problem and go into the surgery, the problem is taken out while you are asleep. When you awaken, the problem is no longer there. You might be told to rest more, to drink more fluids, but in essence you are now free of the problem. All you did was agree to let others remove it for you.”
“What Marc is talking about are yagyas, or yagnas. These are known in the East and little known in the West. They are not surgery, but instead a way to have spiritual masters perform rituals on your behalf, with the intent to achieving your intention.
“I know this may sound strange. But yagyas have a long history. A yagya is a religious or spiritual ceremony performed by a Hindu priest in order to alleviate karmic difficulties. Basically, a yagya is the chanting of specific Vedic mantras (sounds) by professionally trained and dedicated Vedic Pandits. This is generally the most preferred method to dissolve a crisis situation or a dangerous, life-threatening one. But you can also use yagyas to get clear so you can have, do, or be whatever you want.
“Rather than continue trying to explain what a yagya is, let me instead give you a testimonial on how one influenced my best friend.
“Saved from Death
“My best friend of two decades was on her death bed a year ago. After being in a near-fatal car accident, having both knees replaced, her back broken, suffering from depression, then becoming suicidal and anorexic due to medication she never should have accepted, she was taken by ambulance to the hospital, where she lay unconscious and dying.
“We had already tried everything. She had gone to healers, doctors, therapists, and psychiatrists. I hired home health care for her. She prayed, meditated, listened to tapes. I asked 500 friends of mine to pray for her and send her healing energy. Nothing was breaking her free. I feared I would lose my best friend of 25 years.
“In desperation, I arranged for a month-long yagya to be done for her. Within two days she woke up in the hospital, sat up, and stood up. The day before, she could not move or even turn over in bed! Now she was ready to go home. The hospital was stunned. The doctors couldn’t explain it. They kept her for further testing and observations.
“She just got better and better. A week later, this same woman who was near dead, was released from the hospital. She is now walking, talking, smiling, driving, and very glad to be alive. I saw her yesterday. I thought I might never see her again. This is a genuine miracle. And that’s the power of a yagya.”
“Dr. Gitterle does yagyas for himself, his wife, and son. I have done them several times for myself. Let me give you an example.
“As you know by now, this book you are holding is based on a popular little work I released a few years ago called, Spiritual Marketing. I knew the book contained a powerful five-step process for manifesting your heart’s desires, and I knew it from all the people who emailed me every day, telling me their miraculous stories.
“What frustrated me was the fact that the book was basically available only online. I knew that it needed to reach a wider audience. So I set the intention to find a strong publisher, with distribution abilities, and the power to get my book out there into the world.
“To help make that intention happen more quickly, I arranged for a yagya. I went to www.jyotish-yagya.com and asked for a yagya to be done on my behalf. I didn’t know how this would work, or if it would. But I trusted. I took action.
“Within a few weeks, I received an email from the senior editor at Wiley –who is now the publisher of this very book!
“Now stop and think about this. My original book, titled Spiritual Marketing, had been a number one best-seller at Amazon twice. Its success had been written about in the New York Times. The e-book version of the book had been down-loaded an estimated one million times. The e-book had been translated into seven languages. Thousands of people wrote me about it. The best agent in the country shipped the book to major publishers for two years.
“Yet – nothing!
“Nothing ever happened to bring the book to a global audience until I arranged for a yagya to be performed to help my intention, and to clear me of any inner blocks preventing my goal from manifesting.
“This is karmic surgery. A yagya is a way to clear you of any current blocks – whether those blocks are from this lifetime or another – so you can go on to attract whatever you want. Talk about effortless healing!”
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