The End of This Site

The End of This Site (?) No…

This post was something which I tried to express since a long while and what scared people away from the site or got angry at me. I’m not sure. To give them a favor and let them know that the site is free to roam and that my intentions were not what some people tend to interpret on their own, I deleted this post.

My response to those, who like to debate about the site

The site will stay online. I feel sorry for those who just misunderstood my words. I mean really. But defensive and negative people have no place to stay here and criticizing my work. They may say “your work has no value”.

Really? If I was there, done that and know how important it is what I share and some may just guess without first-hand knowledge and experiences, I don’t know what to say. These people will have a hard time in their life because they are no way near to even comprehend some thoughts which I share on the site since a while.

Judge me after you got me to know personally/privately for some weeks or months, not by some words which are grabbed out from the context in some articles. It is easy to judge somebody who tried to make something unique which is helping people. Yes, many many readers privately or just with reading the site, could help themselves in their own life and even discussing some issues with me too. I just don’t know why I try to prove that the site is totally okay. Just a few people don’t like that not everybody is like them.

So I wish Readers nice reads and enjoy yourself here. Just don’t judge everything. If you need personal help, Contact Me anytime. I’m doing ALL of this from my free time, not from some kind of business. It is interesting to see that as soon the money is mentioned or income, people will be defensive and aggressive. Well, this site is NOT for them.

2 thoughts on “The End of This Site”

  1. I’ll tell you a quick story and I hope it helps. I had my enlightenment experience about 10 years ago and was encouraged to turn it into a workshop. I subsequently put a lot of time, energy and money into developing and marketing a workshop at a local yoga studio.

    The day of the workshop arrived and, as I sat waiting for it to begin, I found myself disappointed at the small number of people that had signed up. There were only three people registered and one of them was my wife. But I noticed my attachment and chuckled to myself asking, “If you can’t be great for a few people, how can you really ever help anyone?”

    Ironically, as soon as I let go of my expectations, people started filing in and the workshop ended up being at capacity. From there I ran that workshop at a lot of places and fundamentally helped many people.

    At that point I don’t think anyone had read my book either. My early expectations were tied to specific outcomes but what I learned was that a community would emerge if I stayed true to my initial intentions.

    Maybe a website isn’t the right vehicle for your message and the community that needs to hear it?

    1. I’m great for a few people who can really appreciate the great info which I share on the site and personally, my issue lastly was not about earning from the site, people tend to misinterpret my thoughts. I deleted this message too to avoid scaring readers. I agree with you, expectations are causing harm.

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