The essential nature of immunics is that it's free
Immunics is your birthright. It's one of your functions. Immunics complements all forms of medicine -- allopathic, acupuncture, chiropractic, Reiki, homeopathy, addiction counseling, meditation, yoga, religion, your relationship with your guru, co-counseling, spiritual psychotherapy, et al. -- all these to us are forms of medicine in a loose sense -- because you do immunics for yourself by yourself. It complements all forms of medicine because it's you.
And it's free. It's free because it's you, or an aspect of you. If you want a good example of this, you can hear it on the Cure Show. After we did a few Cure Shows, we started having the guest, who often had just learned immunics in the last hour, test these two questions:
And I'll be darned if the majority of these people -- and I mean 99 out of 100 -- didn't test yes on at least one of those. I'd say that anything someone can teach herself in an hour and show someone she happens to sit next to on the bus minutes later is free, wouldn't you? People can show somebody how to do this in a hot second, because it's that simple, that easy. The guy who works at the desk next to yours is getting a cold. You say to him: "Let me show you how to stop that." Twenty minutes later he's OK.
That's why we stopped requiring that people get a password before they learn how to cure things in this Cure College.
We used to require that people get a password to get started. And people were obliging. Not only would they fill out the forms, including an extensive questionnaire about their medical history, but about half of them were able to donate some money. One day, though, I realized that setting up this hurdle before people had any experience with how simple and easy this is made it feel less simple and easy. It might even deter somebody from getting started who would otherwise cure something within half an hour of their first experience with it - like virtually every guest who's ever been on the Cure Show did.
Now don't get me wrong. Sometimes the only thing they cure is a bad feeling. But they
cure something. And if we gave them too many hurdles to jump through, they wouldn't cure
anything, and they wouldn't know they could cure something, and then they wouldn't jump
through the other hurdles they have to jump through to be truly immune.
See, there are hurdles. And this is also easy.
That's maybe the key paradox of developing your immune system: It's easy to develop your own immune system - and there are hurdles to jump through. You'll probably run into major glitches, just like the rest of us. Sometimes it's not so easy.
But even at those times, it's still free.
You can't pay somebody to do this to you or for you. Nobody but you can develop your own immune system. Immunics is a form of yoga.
You do yoga yourself. It is the yoga of consciously, intentionally, dependably, precisely controlling your immune system -- physical, emotional, spiritual. Very early on, you will notice that this is something you do by yourself. You may be in a room full of supportive friends who are eagerly sharing their own results with it, and showing you new and effective ways to do things with it. Whether you do those things or not is still up to you. And sometimes you're in the car, doing it by yourself for real. You were getting the flu when you left the house, and you want it to be gone by the time you arrive at your first appointment. Which it can be. You alone will cause that.
The main difference between immunics and a great many other good things that also cure you is that it is you:
That doesn't mean we're not hoping you will give generously to support this cause.
It just means that if you look upon your donations as paying for something, you're doing more than misrepresenting us -- you're also failing to understand what you have to do for yourself. And if you're not able to donate anything, don't feel bad, because you'll do just as well as people who do donate. You have just as good a chance, anyway. It's all about applying yourself.
There are certain things in life you have to pay for. This isn't one of them. Lots of really great people accept this gift without donating anything -- as you can see from the e-mails these people wrote:
I am humbly writing to state my case for consideration of hardship circumstances for this training.
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