“That’s all you need to do,” he said, staring into the camera lens midst a close up of his white-haired and bearded face. “You simply have to train your mind to create whatever you desire.”
“You can manifest whatever you wish; it is a matter of commitment—it is a matter of focus.”
“Change your belief system to see the possibility, then the likelihood, of abundance and wealth whenever you desire it.”
Okay. Most of this I do agree with—what you focus on, IS.
He continued, “Schreem brzee will give you wealth-consciousness—to change your negativity to positivity—from poverty to abundance and prosperity—the sounds have the ability to change your mindset.”
In essence, the sounds only set the stage for wealth consciousness to materialize rather than actually pull the magic slot-machine lever for you.
Again, he continued, “Skillsets will come because once the wealth-consciousness is there, you will begin to look around you for opportunity to create abundance and wealth in your life.”
Ah …okay. So in other words, it doesn’t fall from the sky—you have to change yourself—your mind, to always think about creating wealth, and then find ways to bring that thought to manifestation. You actually have to do some work to make it happen.
“You cannot manifest that which you cannot conceive.” He taught this to Wayne Dyer, he said.
The speaker is Dr. Pillai, and I’m beginning to wonder why I am still listening to him, but so far, I keep hanging in there waiting for those GREATER TRUTH nuggets.
“The sound will change the structure of your brain. (Schreem Brzee). It is a technique—a technology for changing the brain. Every thought changes the structure of the brain.”
Well, I don’t personally know if what he claims about the mantra sound is true, but the part about refocusing your attention and changing your mindset to allow those wealth-consciousness thoughts to change the structure/pattern of synopsis firing of the brain, I think is possible. To that I can agree.
Then I thought: What’s wrong with me? Do I NOT want to be wealthy? I mean, isn’t that what he is offering? Why am I so skeptical?
The problem is that my mind keeps replaying the same question I have about Dr. Pillai’s focus: Why didn’t Yogananda or Muktananda or Ramana Harshi, those other great swamis whose words I’ve studied go into depth on this “wealth-consciousness” stuff? If that is so important to TRUTH in general, why weren’t they discussing it openly and making that their focus?
And he might be totally legitimate and well-intentioned, but something about this guru and his focus on making money just feels off to me. I mean I do understand that this approach is a good marketing gimmick, and he likely can pull a pretty good audience with promises of creating wealth using a mantra and your spending lots of time saying it.
I even understand how he talks about changing your mindset to focus on what you want to manifest in your life. I agree with that part.
What I dislike the most, I guess, is the energy I feel exuded by him when I watch and listen to him. He seems to give off a disgusted vibe—a vibe like ‘I do this because I have to do this’ not the vibe that it energizes him with joy and love for saying what he is saying.
You know, he might actually be helping folks to shift their thinking to more positive, creative thoughts—maybe using the wealth-creation subject as a-means-to-an-end sort of thing, but something about the manner that he is employing doesn’t feel genuine to me. But then, maybe that’s just me.
Anyway, just saying.
Schreem Brzee away, I guess.