Re: Did you experience any of these manic symptoms after an LGAT?
Date: June 14, 2013 09:26AM
I once had a wild automobile ride with a person who was deeply involved with with a LGAT, specifically Impact Trainings/ Life Mastery Trainings (LMT). I'll just call this person LMT Trainee/Graduate or LMTTG for short. LMTTG and I were driving on a freeway, with LMTTG at the wheel. LMTTG began doing around 100 mph, and I anxiously demanded a slower, reasonable speed. LMTTG said that there was a blue flame around us that would protect us and not to worry. This high speed run continued for longer than I wanted, and was thankfully terminated when an officer pulled over our car and issued a citation for speed. So, in this one incident, I see the following LGAT behavior evidenced: short term euphoria, grandiosity, risk taking, impulsive behavior, and reckless driving. Also excessive spending was evidenced, because the ticket was not cheap. Most of the other behaviours mentioned in Dopamine Link's initial post have been evidenced by LMTTG.
LMT is an advanced course of Impact Trainings, headquartered in the south end of the Salt Lake Valley, in Utah. This blue flame (violet fire) notion can be traced to the Elizabeth Clare Prophet (1939-2009) teachings that can be readily found by searching her name on Google. Among her chants is the following: "I am the violet fire. I am the purity God desires."