My experience with Access starts as Linda's above: I found the Bars in a facebook post and it appealed to me. I went to my first bars class a few months ago and the tool itself felt very naturally and 'my hands liked doing it'. The one thing that bothered me a bit was the Ralph Lauren dress and very expensive high heels that the facilitator was wearing 'because her body had told her that morning that it wanted to wear them'. I'm completely without any desire for expensive clothing, but hey, I don't want to judge on rich people.
Afterward I found out that 'creating your own life' and 'creating your own million' (for every human on earth there is a million and if you don't have yours yet, it's your own choice) was the reason for her outfit and her facebook posts grew to be very annoying in a very short time: yummy this and yummy that, bodies in her livingroom doing the bars or body processes, all very in-crowd speak and I don't like office-speak, let alone this kind of childish consciousness-speak. All default in Access, I became aware.
My second bars class was from a very nice young woman, professional and warm. But there also was this vibe and explanations about choosing your own reality in which things like tinnitus, fibromyalgia, etc, are your own choices. Yeah, right. Louise Hay is worse enough already.
Then the first real red flags and alarm bells started waving and ringing: 1. Their distinction between humans and humanoids and how humans (the sheeple) can be left to handle themselves or divorced like said earlier: that is very much against all ethics 2. Their money mongering statements really piss me off: one facilitator told me that people that are poor are so of their own choosing. What? 3. The drooling women that I see on pictures of classes with Dain Heer, him standing as Jesus, arms spread on the stage and a public full of idolizing women... that doesn't work for me. 4. Then I followed this online streaming international bars class with Gary and Dain and their attitude I found shocking: brutal, fuck this and that, unfriendly, constantly nibbling on treats, doing their two-men-act with such childish and belittling behavior of Dain: and nobody saying something or correcting them! Very unprofessional. I later read in several places that they can be even worse. What an unpleasant pair of men! 5. Then I found out how the system works: it's a pyramid game both money and knowledge wise: you get to get richer when you get higher in the ranks and you will receive knowledge accordingly.
Run people, run!
The bars btw are working. I'm happy to read here that they were known already under other names. I will conitnue to use them. But I will never be an accessory! (OMG, that name alone!)
We also had a great relationship that was destroyed because of this cult. Completely consumed her, the way she talked, acted, ate, behaved. Lost all her friends and now me.....The changes were like watching someone get Alzheimer's, or a very bad slow car crash.
I have just been to a talk by Dain Heer. It is a massive business with little integrity. I did not nor would I do any classes but liked Dains book and took it at face value. They are charging $4000 for some 'events' WOW and seem to operate on a cost ladder- starting cheap and sucking you in. At the class I went to which took place after a weekend $2200 event as a one off class (for extra cash for the Access coffers ) there were glamorous women dressed for a cocktail party with silver high heel shoes whom I called Dains Dollies signing us in and making sure we had tickets at $150 a piece!. Everything was staged and set up. A woman 'performed' a choreography on a physio table when Dain touched her as she released energy!!!! It was so funny to watch and so obviously rehearsed.
People planted in the audience (Dains Dollies) stood up and asked pre- scripted questions. He said at one point that a a crying baby who was clearly hungry- was possessed by 'entities' He actually said 'who is in there with the little guy' ? He reckoned that rubbing it's head stopped the crying which is clearly did not. It was hilarious!
Dain wears funky purple suits, big purple rings which he brags about the high costs but we thought were really tacky and cheap. We christened him and Gary the tacky Texans! Various women 'Dains Dollies' brought him 'cocktails which he never drunk - he stuck to water from a 2 litre bottle hidden behind the Champagne Ice Buckets! NO WAY would he drink when he has to perform the script. There were mainly women in the audience and they remind me of a yoga style of woman. Looking for some recognan a way out of there lives Dain and Gary have tapped a human need for relief
There was no love or spirituality of any kind in this event. It is all about money money money and MORE money! I reckon the women are a kind of harem which keeps them busy at night.
It is not a cult but a million pound business. Check out the cost of classes and unless you are totally gullible and or looking for a meaning, job, affiliate business then you will see straight though it.
Sorry, I do not know how to write English with the help of google. Now the AC has a lot of ambition about Brazil, and from the reports they saw that here is the perfect scenario to manipulate a lot of people. Facilitators act dishonestly, robbing students of each other. It is not possible to criticize because everyone repeats the same discourse that you have limitations.