I really do not have much of a story except that I was thinking I was needing some spiritual guidance so I began talking with a woman whom I met through some friends. I did a "bar" session with her and paid $90. As she was working on me, she obviously had her energy divided with personal things which we discussed as well as some personal things of my own. She had described what she would be doing as "body work" and I had no idea what it was. She sent me a couple videos of "Dr. Dain" in advance who was apparently a chiropractor without much going on for him prior to "access" and in another story, he was super successful but on the verge of suicide. Plus, there was something that seemed just a bit phony about him, but I could agree with most of what he had to say. Many of my thoughts can be self-limiting and not helpful at times.
A real red flag emerged when she started talking about sex just being about body connection and that having multiple partners was okay. I explained that I thought it would be an energy drain. We sort of dropped it at that. I do believe that she is practicing this program and doing "the bar" work because she really believes she is being of service, but it just didn't "feel" right. When i got home I looked on line for some reviews of this program and found your site. I am thankful that I did. Keep up the good work. There are so many vulnerable people looking for answers out there and almost as many shysters willing to take advantage of them it seems.
This is my story: “13 months in the access consciousness casino” I wrote this small memoir after being ignored by Access consciousness. I have cerebral palsy and am a quadriplegic. I was feeling very unsure about myself, so a friend pointed me towards Access Consciousness, this is what happened after.
I was treated really special because I treated them like they were my last hope. To them, I was the perfect example of the "Access saved my life” person. The problem was, I got physically addicted to how fast I thought the tools worked and I also became an unintentional missionary for the group. They didn't force me, but when I said I had gone too far with some friends I was basically told that was okay as long as I chose again and again. When I realized that this was strange, last month due to an non-response to an e-mail that didn't mention Access, but something I was really sure was the organization in character, I started thinking critically.
As I said, every time I had really stepped across the line in the name of Access, I wasn't told that it was a good thing however, I wasn't told not to do it. When I tried to mention this to the co-founder I was ignored until I literally shoved the small memoir I had made about the experience in his face by just pasting the document into an e-mail with no niceties attached. a special class that he set up for me is now in the process of being refunded, even though I won't get anything back because he gave it to me at no charge.
So this is just a warning that like the famous brothers Grimm story about the wolf and the 7 little goats. It may sound sweet and look like something nurturing but they just want your money or your publicity and in the process, nearly destroy the you that they promise to give.