Did I get the secret ? I think its good to know how we may be getting played with the magical method. Even if error is spread in good faith the effects are just the same. The right side of the brain does not discriminate between truth and error. The right side is a parallel processor that seeks to produce beneficial feelings and outcomes.
Here is how to develop the habit of Absolute Certainty acc to Robbins:
- Train yourself to belief something (any thing?) and do an Incantation (this is magic language)
- Use body and voice - Scream I demand !
- The person who is most certain will always influence the other person.
Sounds dangerous ? - beware of others using mind games !
"As soon as by one's own propaganda even a glimpse of right on the other side is admitted, the cause for doubting one's own right is laid." Adolf Hitler
- The 6 Human Needs - (#1 is Certainty acc to A Robbins)
- Anthony Robbins and the Magical Quest for Unlimited Power
- The Danger of Absolute Unverified Certainty (Holocaust)
- The parable of the the counterfeit coin
Seeking more the Truth about the Afterlife ?
- The day I died (BBC)
- Near-death.com (Huge collection of NDE's)
- The Lazarus Phenomenon (Christian)
- Mormon angle  
- George Rodonaia (Atheist turned Christian)
- Maurice Rawlings (Cardiologist)
- PMH Atwater
The Mormon struggle with Truth & Doubt
- SEEING BEYOND THE LEAF (UCHTDORF 2014 - The Challenge of Mormon History)
- Preach my Gospel Missionary Guide (2005)
- The Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood (D&C84)
- Any idea how to follow Uchtdorf's call to "Doubt your doubts" ? (Can't be the A Robbins concept)
There will be times when it may appear that things are going badly for the truth of God, that the evidence of the world contradicts God’s utterances," Dieter F. Uchtdorf, second counselor to church President Thomas S. Monson, told the audience in Salt Lake City’s Conference Center Theater.
"For my part, I have learned to be patient, knowing that, in the end, things will work out."
"Truth and transparency complement each other," he said. "We always need to remember that transparency and openness keep us clear of the negative side effects of secrecy or the cliché of faith-promoting rumors."
Still, he maintained that the teachings of Jesus Christ are "the most practical of all truths" and cautioned: "It is my conviction that those who disregard the reality of heaven will ultimately find themselves on the wrong side of history. That is true for any issue, even the issues we are struggling with today."
Uchtdorf Quotes from SEEING BEYOND THE LEAF
The gospel of Jesus Christ encompasses not only the truth of what was and what is but the truth of what can and will be. It is the most practical of all truths. It teaches the way of the disciple—a path that can take ordinary, flawed mortals and transform them into glorious, immortal, and limitless beings whose divine potential is beyond our meager capacity to imagine.
Now, that is practical truth. It is priceless beyond imagination. It is truth of the highest order. The pursuit, discovery, and application of truth are what we are on this earth to discover. The gospel of Jesus Christ not only encompasses all truth, but it specializes in the knowledge that will be of greatest worth to us in this life and throughout the eternities to come.
There will be times when it may appear that things are going badly for the truth of God—that the evidence of the world contradicts God’s utterances. For my part, I have learned to be patient, knowing that in the end things will work out. God’s kingdom will continue to grow. The truth will continue to flourish and spread throughout the earth. Sometimes all it takes is a little faith and a little patience. Things which may appear impossible now may become matter-of-fact in years to come.
He (God) asks that we have a little faith, a little patience, that we believe. He asks us to seek after Him and believe in His word. It is my conviction that those who disregard the reality of heaven will ultimately find themselves on the wrong side of history.
The roads we travel are certainly not guaranteed to be easy or ever-pleasant; but if we keep traveling in the pursuit of truth, they will always lead back to the ultimate truth—they will lead us to our Heavenly Father, who is the great historian, the great record keeper, the great Creator, mentor, and friend. Of this I testify, and leave you my blessing, in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.
Full transcript here !