Spirituality Information - John Harricharan 's Interview With Yanik Silver (Q1)
Yanik Silver: Thanks John. You know, normally, like you mentioned, I talk normally about Internet marketing. So this is going to be fun talking about some of the Inner secrets of Personal achievements and that’s really where you center yourself and where you’ve led so many people. And why don’t we start with, what you say, that There is only three problems, and I totally agree that there is only three problems in the world than what we come about into it, is either Money, Health or Relationship related. And what are some of the ways that people can deal with those problems, or what they see, or what they perceive to be problems? John Harricharan: I think -- I like to use examples when I explain some of these things. And when I mentioned there are only three problems, that's how we would divide, the money, health, relationships.
And they are a part of a whole gestalt, if you will, because when you boil them down, they just come down to being only one problem. But that’s for another book one day. Yanik Silver: Okay. John Harricharan: We will deal with the three problems. The reason problems become confusing is because whenever we get too involved in one of them, whether it be Health or Money or Relationships, we start breaking down the problem into a million little many problems instead of staying focused on the source that could solve these problems.
Let me give an example. Let's say all of a sudden my microwave doesn’t work. Yanik Silver: Right. John Harricharan: And I start taking it apart to see why doesn't it work? And I get tired. I can't fix it. I come upstairs to look at my television. The television doesn’t work. And I am getting more confused now and more puzzled. And then I decided to turn the light bulb on, turn on the lights and the lights don’t work. This is what happens.
Really what may have happened was just one problem. The electrical switch tripped. The breaker took off all the electricity. But here I go to all these little problems trying to open up the television, trying to change the bulbs and so forth. And so we do that with our problems and then so doing, we lose sight of really what the problem is? And once we get a feel for what it is, we can solve it by creating the conditions in which the problem solves itself instead of getting a hammer and so on trying to fix the breaker, you just push one switch. Yanik Silver: Is that really -- is that would you say a driving philosophy for you that people make it harder on themselves than they have to? John Harricharan: I've always believed that. I have seen it in my corporate work, which was at some substantial levels in New York and in my other work, in my teachings and so forth, people really complicate it, not because people are silly, but because they get caught up in a web of fear and they are hypnotized into believing something is going wrong. It happens to all. I have seen it happen to some of the masters of the stuff. It happened to me when I got ill a few years ago and you remember a part of that.
Yanik Silver: Right. John Harricharan: I was so concerned about it and I thought, Oh! my goodness, what am I going to do about this? It's so horrible, I could hardly walk, I could hardly see. Am I loosing everything now and I got caught up in it. And I got caught up in the doctor’s situation because every pill they gave me I took. Everything they wanted me to do I did, and I was so scared and fearful and hypnotized into believing that’s the way it goes.
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