I find Pavlinas stuff (what I've read) sometimes helpful, sometimes agravating -
I think (scratch that - I know
) he's a very different person to me and his advice just doesn't work sometimes, or I don't (want to) subscribe to it.
But, on the other hand, this guy (link above - "Daldianius") seems to have a large chip on his shoulder.
He's one of these people who believes: if it can't be proven, it's not true.
Claims that Pavlina would belong to those that believe:
I say:The Law of Attraction/Nessy/the aliens/the angels don't exist as long as their existences have not been proven.
They would say: They exist as long as their inexistence have not been proven.
I haven't read enough Pavlina to say,
but neither view seems attractive to me ..
must go checkout the forum now