When I heard about people being injured on a Tony Robbins firewalk, these are the same things I believed, and Seth has written it so eloquently that I just decided to share his posting ~
By Seth D. Cohen for Stop.Breathe.Action
If you haven’t already heard almost two dozen people were burned doing a firewalk at a Tony Robbins seminar in San Jose. During Robbins “Unleash the Power Within” seminar he invited participants to walk on hot coals as a metaphor for overcoming difficulties. This practice has gone on for three decades according to Robbins’ representatives. (Source: Reuters)
Please listen very carefully, you don’t need to perform a firewalk to overcome your difficulties and you certainly don’t need to pay $1000 and up to attend a Tony Robbins event. Although I don’t have all the answers on how to motivate people, I know that in order to change your life, YOU have to change it, not Tony Robbins and not walking on hot coals.
After my severe IBS flareup I didn’t walk on coals to help change my life. I realized that Iwas the…
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