Thermal tote bag, hand-painted by E.J. Gold, carries up to 60 bars; lightweight and handy, with top zipper compartment for business cards and pen; adjustable strap. Comes with 50 chocolate bars wrapped in "Life Sucks Then You Die" fine-art wrapper by E.J. Gold.
Unpainted bag with 50 chocolate bars wrapped in "Life Sucks Then You Die" fine-art wrapper by E.J. Gold.
This is for those who would like to enter a certain path of evolution and still need some external structure, borrow some will or necessity, or, as it may sound, a little kick in the behind to actually do it.
Crafting work tools for a specific and demanding path -- The Way of Service -- is one of E.J. Gold's specialties. On this path, there are a number of levels and steps. You can take a pulse of where you are by using the Red Bag of Courage. Disguised as a chocolate business, sell chocolates door-to-door or on the street. The custom-wrapped bars say: "Life Sucks, Then You Die." On the back they ask: "Is there more? YES" and then it leads to brane-power.com. That is all. You don't actually have to be a hot-shot know-it-all with all the answers. All you do is point to a direction.
You go out because someone needs the message, because you need to meet someone that day -- someone needs to buy that chocolate bar with the message and bring it home with them -- any maybe even just hear it. Just as quantum physics is discovering that a minute, small and seemingly insignificant event can cause humongous shifts within a given universe, you are called to serve and open the door to possibilities for someone and are given an amazingly workable tool to do so by selling these chocolates on the street.
Door to door sales only work one way, the right way. Every other method is doomed to failure or disaster of one kind or another....
The mere selling transaction itself, depending where you are at in your process, or just the going out and even talking to strangers, might be difficult. Ha, getting off the couch might seem like a lot, as might be getting past any of the excuses you come up with as to why you can't = won't do it. Selling itself is about your being present with another. And we're not talking about you giving away the chocolates, but selling them and the price is not the reason if you can't sell, nor is the product the reason. Facing rejection is a big one to deal with here. The NO, I don't want that and, though unspoken, you taking it personallly as "I don't want you and you are full of s**t," "Go away," over and over until something in you gets what it is about. But it's not the mere selling that we are aiming for here. You might ask what if I already know how to sell? Well, go find out, just as you can when you are a high level character in a video game -- What's there to do, what's the next level then?
Hand-painted Red Bag of Courage filled with Life Sucks Then You Die chocolate bars
Red Bag of Courage filled with Life Sucks Then You Die chocolate bars
Are you looking for something more in your life or something deeper in yourself? The higher purpose, a meaning beyond your little ego? Do you want to be on the spiritual path, or are you still pretending? If you are happy and content where you are, don't rock the boat, because you can start with something real right now -- and it will have consequences.
I have in my hand the Ultimate Weapon Against Sleep. It also happens to be a terrific Spiritual Biofeedback Device. Even more, it has an element of the Way of Service, and to top it all off ....
Once you get the bag, you get out there. You will be working with self-initiated efforts, and there will be weekly encounters with the home base, involving instructions and reports and, after some time, the evaluation of progress. There will be plenty of repetition. And, you will finally have personal experience personally experienced, which is what this is all about. You can have all the discussions you want, now you can get to work involving all the centers you have. Talk about integration -- what a chance to make progress and what a chance to serve. Is there something in it for YOU? Let us know -- and we are not just saying that -- let us know how it really goes.
Door to door sales only work one way, the right way. Every other method is doomed to failure or disaster of one kind or another.
Here are the basic rules of door to door sales:
1. Always work in a team.
2. A team must have an experienced team leader.
3. The team leader must track sales teams perfectly all the time.
4. A team must consist of two sellers working together in perfect harmony and balance.
5. Teams should work in tandem, leap-frogging alternate houses, two teams on one side of the street, another two teams on the opposite side of the street, both watched carefully by the experienced team leader to make certain they are safe and doing well.
6. No seller should ever cross the threshold of a home. This is an inviolate rule. Never enter a home when selling door to door.
7. Be courteous, kind and pleasant, even when the potential buyer says no.
8. Each seller should have a pack of chocolate bars, with a backup supply at the van that brings the teams to the street sales.
9. It sometimes pays to take three bars out at once.