Two things drew me in to sign up.
One, the price point seemed very reasonable. I could try essentially without risk.
Two, I had participated in the phone sessions you had given a couple years ago on the focus wheel and also seen you live a few times. I knew that you were the ‘real thing’, that you had practiced these processes and you knew your way around them. I was interested to see a fleshed out, structured version of what Abraham was doing, with some new insights and points of view that had come out of your experience.
Abraham is unique in many ways; one of them is that there is no ‘lineage’, no official ‘advanced students’, no organization to speak of, with ‘certified instructors’ and that sort of thing. There is no graduated program of white belt/green belt/black belt, or even a consistent boxing model of ‘learn these techniques, practice, get in better shape, spar, get in better shape, work the heavy bag, do some more drills, get in better shape, don’t flinch when punched, and get better organically without the colored-belt steps’. The current Abraham approach is more similar to boxing than to the very structured Tae Kwon Do belts.
So I saw you as a creative innovator, loyal and true to the purity of Abraham while also embellishing that a bit with your own insights. I wanted to go deeper, in a way that would augment my current ‘program’ of listening to hours and hours of Abraham and soaking it up ‘organically’.
You offered a ‘doing’ that seemed like a great complement to listening, sort of a ‘belt training’ approach maybe.