True Healers, Gurus, Teachers and Charlatans Oct 16, 2014 4:51:05 GMT 1
Post by Colleen Etana on Oct 16, 2014 4:51:05 GMT 1
"October 13, 2014 God's Living Bible - The Third Testament - God's New Revelations - True Healers, Gurus, Teachers and Charlatans
(God Working with Colleen Etana through The Holy Spirit)
In my experience over the last several years, I have come across all kinds of people over the internet, many different sites that look professional, seem authentic, thousands of humans now coming out of the woodwork as spiritual teachers, gurus, or calling themselves prophets and healers, ascended masters, archangels, channelers, etc.
What I could not believe is how many of these people are taking advantage of others, mentally, spiritually, sexually, emotionally and financially. God's Gifts should not be used to line their greedy pockets. A fair price for one's time is appropriate for a worker is worth their pay, but should not be selling out to the masses in this way and be hiding behind the words 'Godly' or 'Spiritual'.
Wolves in sheep's clothing remember? Beings disguised as 'angels of light'.
There are people out there who will tell you anything to gain your confidence and trust and they are very good at the art of deception.
I have been approached by more than I care to count. They offer Spiritual Healing, unblocking of one's chakras, entity removal, exorcism, DNA activations, Reiki, and more.
They are not real if they overcharge hundreds of dollars for these supposed 'skills', nor will they ask you to take off your clothes so they can see your chakras and work on you. This is completely inappropriate. So many fakes and predators here on earth, one must be most cautious and discerning.
Being open minded is one thing, but for them to take advantage of another's ignorance or innocence through their open mindedness is another. It is unacceptable, do not allow it.
Some red flags are as follows:
Asking hundreds of dollars for any service they call Spiritual.
Asking one to get on video or Skype and take their clothes off for healing.
Not being able to even spell correctly and speak with clarity.
Not answering your questions professionally and thoroughly.
Bragging about how good they are or buttering up your ego with praise and compliments.
Hiding behind a profile picture that isn't real.
I'm sure the other Messiahs and Apostles will have much to add here as well.
Listen to your intuition and if it doesn't feel right to you, don't go through with it nor doubt yourself. I too have learned the hard way and would warn others from the mistakes I have made or almost made; I was too trusting.
I suggest unfriending and blocking these people if you are on Facebook or any other social online network immediately.
Pay attention and check them out thoroughly, are there only women in their friend's lists for example?
What books or music do they listen to, what kind of comments do they make in responding to other posts on their pages?
Do their photos contain sexually explicit images or messages?
Never give personal information, such as phone numbers, physical or even email addresses out unless you know these people quite well, even then I would hesitate.
Trust is earned, not just automatically extended.