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Thanks for the response and I hope you find the fulfillment you seek.

I don’t for a moment doubt the value of finding this inner peace, nor do I doubt the capacity to find it.

I have two potential reservations with regard to this post.

First, I wonder about the authenticity of turning it into a for-profit (or otherwise money making enterprise) beyond reasonable cost recovery. While it’s a nicely written article, it also is a sales pitch (which we learn near the end). I have seen too many megachurches and evangelists who’ve exploited the vulnerable for money. I’m not saying this is the case here; I’m saying I don’t know, and I have not heard anything to allay this concern.

Second, I wonder whether an online experience can provide anywhere near the same learning immersion the author was able to enjoy. It’s one thing to read about something, quite another to experience it firsthand. Again, I don’t know enough to judge what the author has in mind to approximate such immersion.

Again, Good Luck!

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