Marchie Hya Condon posted this on 2014-08-05 13:41:45
Dear All, urgent note to send out,
I stumbled upon their 'Healing Hearts Zen' leaflet in a friend's gift shop who I have no reason not to trust when I was looking for sound instruments / sound fork - my friend and I engaged in a conversation when I seen her fork that she uses for space clearing - then she told me about this Japanese 'setup of healing team' to visit.
They were selling these forks for reasonable price that I purchased from them.
Then I also received a reading from them that was showing ability and made sense on topics that is unknown to most, therefore - again, it was value for my money. Then, they started to 'suck me in' - the usual process - trust established, and there is a friendly connection through mutual friend. I ended up 'wanting' to do a reiki course with them and 'felt like' purchasing a ridiculous bracelet for $300 that they make and apparently 'important for my progress'.
When I write all this, it sounds really transparent - how could I ever fall for all this? Well it is all subtly structured...the daughter's apparent psychology university studies and who knows what else the mother is doing seems to work like a charm.
No, meanwhile I do not wish to diminish my decision making responsibility about handing money over for something that will never be delivered .. as this is what happened.. I paid $800 for a half - more or less delivered - reiki course and a really fake looking reiki I certificate, with view that after teaching me reiki I, the following weekend I will receive reiki II. In this price I also had the 'important supporting bracelet' included.
Cut the long story short, everything they do, they either do in their building but not in their own apartment. For example they hire out the common meeting room area, which happened when I met them the first time. I thought it is a bit strange but quieted my intuition with the excuse that at first that may more be a safe way of dealing ...