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  • A M July 20, 2013, 1:57 pm

    You know ross, I suppose you played it fair as usual…. “When I met with him, I did truly get the feeling…” 🙂
    Btw there is a wall for me… there is a gap between her actions in the subjective world of the six senses and her behaviors inside the “outside world”…
    It’s the difference between feeling something and communicating it, writing an article and publishing it… I’m not getting the rewards even when they swallow up my communication…..
    What are the most powerful way to “link to action” all those wonderful sensations?

  • Bartman July 20, 2013, 5:34 pm

    The link in the email and article didn’t work. A search on the Huffington Post site for “Ross Jeffries” found it:


  • Holly July 21, 2013, 11:21 am

    Ross, with all do respect, I did not PRAISE your work. I think what you are doing for men is definitely a step above what the others are doing, however, PRAISE is a very strong word. There are still aspects of what you do which I find very degrading and de-humanizing to women, that I neither support or condone. Thanks.

    • Ross Jeffries July 23, 2013, 9:06 am

      @Holly Ok, we can saw that log if you wish. At the very least you seemed to approve of what I am doing with men to make them
      better rounded people. As far as we discussed I thought it was my MARKETING you found degrading and de-humanizing, and you
      wouldn’t be the first or only person to so state. I can easily see how that would be the case, can you not? I think I told you
      that I use what I need to in order to move men from where they are at to where they can be. And usually that means grabbing them by the dick, to speak metaphorically.

      In any case, since I use to the media raking me over the coals, flat out lying, twisting my words and taking everything I say out of context, a fair and balanced article, by comparison, feels at the very least like PRAISE and at best, a thundering HALLELUJAH. It was the most balanced and fair piece written about me since Erik Hedegaard did the Rolling Stone feature in 1998.


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