I was so busy in Russia that I didn’t get to send all the tweets I wanted. Here are some of the ones I wanted to send but didn’t:
In Russia First Class travelers get on the plane last. I like it. Feels like the entire plane waited for me.
In Russia VIP travelers skip customs and get escorted through a special VIP area. Quick and easy entry.
Landed in Russia but no one could get off plane until every one had temperature taken to see if we had swine flu.
Russian coffee is instant coffee. You have to ask for “bean” to get stronger coffee.
Moscow has an underground bomb shelter for 300,000. But city has 15,000,000 people.
Russians generally don’t eat after 7 pm to stay slim.
I’m signing rubles for people. Supposedly brings holder prosperity.
In Moscow there are 15,000,000 people, smoking indoors and out, yet no pollution.
No global warming in Russia. They fear global freezing.
Catherine the Great had 150,000 dresses and never wore the same one twice.
Siberian berry called Sea-Buckthorn (oblepikha) is cleaning tool and health food/drink.
Flying through Russian air and noticing no turbulence. Ever.
Russian standard top shelf vodka is Imperial.
At the end of meals in Russia you don’t get a mint, you get a stick of Wrigley’s gum.
My favorite vodka is Garlic Vodka, made near St. Petersburg, in Russia.
Russians outside of Moscow call Russians who live in Moscow “rats”.
Russians are very educated, passionate book lovers, and demanding of more information.
Many Russians long for the Soviet Union back. Before their purpose in life was known because it was told to them.
Russian women are stronger than Russian men. When they want something, they get it.
Russians are afraid to show happiness.
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During my recent whirlwind trip to Russia, I was heavily questioned during news conferences, book signings, and television shows. Some of the questions were about the Law of Attraction, Zero Limits, my life, and more. They were stimulating, surprising and sometimes blunt. Here are a few of them:
In your book Zero Limits you say to ‘Kill the Divine’. What do you mean? That’s a sin!
First, I didn’t say that; my coauthor Dr. Hew Len did. Second, there is the Divine and there is your concept of the Divine. What you want to do is kill your concept of the Divine.
What’s it like to wake up famous?
I’ve never awakened famous. I wake up hungry.
Are you creating a culture of consumerism?
Consumerism is a negative word for a positive trend. When people buy something to enrich their lives, they are showing they respect themselves. But you can poison that positive by calling it something negative, like consumerism.
You have many followers in Russia. Are you creating a cult?
I didn’t even know my books were published in Russian. I’m glad to have fans. But there’s no cult, or organized group, or even a leader. Just readers of my books.
What kind of women do you like? Did you attract any of the women here?
I love all women. I attracted every woman in the room.
Did you ever meet a UFO alien?
What was it like?
That’s a secret.
Do you believe in astrology?
I am fascinated with Eastern Astrology, but I find it wiser to go to the source that moves the planets than to the planets.
How can anyone be happy with so much suffering in the world?
How does your unhappiness help those suffering?
Do you ever get tired of being happy all the time?
If the Law of Attraction works and you can have everything you want, how come you’re fat?
I am a work in progress, just like you. While I’ve dramatically transformed my body, I’m not done with it yet. Anything you’re trying to attract but don’t have yet could be simply on the way.
Are there any new clearing tools since writing Zero Limits?
Yes. I’m inspired to say Russians are to eat or drink the Siberian berry, Sea-Buckthorn.
Many wealthy people help others. What are you doing to help others?
Many things. I give money to people and services I believe in, I started Operation YES to end homelessness, and I’m a contributor to the Circles program to end poverty.
I want to believe you but there are other books out there that say the Law of Attraction is bogus. What do I do?
You choose. The Law of Attraction is based on what you believe. If you believe it works, you’ll attract evidence to prove it works. If you believe it doesn’t work, you’ll find evidence that proves it doesn’t work. In both cases, the Law of Attraction is giving you what you believe.
I want to attract a man. How do I do that?
You clear the beliefs in you that say there aren’t enough good men out there, or you don’t deserve a man, or even you don’t feel lovable.
My man left me. How do I get him back?
You have to allow people their free will. The more you can be happy now, enjoy your life and be present, the more that person — or someone better — will come to you. But don’t target any one person.
What if what I want for me is wrong?
If you want something that makes you feel whole and happy, and helps others, it’s not likely to be wrong. But end all your requests with the phrase, “This or something better.”
What is your next book? Will it be in Russian?
My next book is Attract Money Now. It’ll be in Russian as soon as someone translates it. I’m giving it away, gratis, to the world.
I was fascinated by Russia (the little I saw of it), but I had to leave it unexpectedly and in great danger. Soon I’ll post an account of my harrowing escape.
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