Core Love, Hippie of the 21st Century or new age guru?
Sacred G and the LOVE Innerversity, is it a new spin on an old spiritual philosophy, or the confusing ramblings of a guy with a head injury? I’m talking about the brainstorm of a guy who calls himself Core Love and his sacred G technology. He is offering a course with a tuition of $333.33 per month or $3333.33 per year. I’m sure that number probably has some sort of numerology significance.
What is the Love Innverversity: Quote from his site:
“The Love Innerversity is an online Energy Healing School with a 1-year (400 hour) curriculum and practicum to attain the LOVE Activator Certification. The LOVE Innerversity has unique techniques that need to be applied in the proper sequence to clear the most extreme memories.”
Okay I want to be clear here. Cory, I love you, I really do; and I think you are as cute as a bug’s ear, but for some reason I sense something wrong with this picture. I’m just not convinced of what you are saying your technology can do, and can’t really afford to buy your posters or join your innerversity.
I have been dropping in and watching (or glimpsing) Core’s progress off and on for a few years and I see that recently he has taken the Internet by storm with a bevy of new improved websites all about his sacred G technology (Sacred geometry) and other spiritual healing techniques. He claims he is out to change the world and aid the world in the ascension process by “waking people up.”
(Yawn) Yep! I could use some of that waking up stuff.
I noticed a new development. He now has a couple of female helpers he calls “his angels.” One of them is his wife. I won’t venture to guess who the other one is. The first thing that popped into my mind was if they are “his” angels. then that must make him God. (He would tell you, of course, that we are all “God.”)
He claims that his activities are attracting the attention of the F.B.I. Although this does not surprise me. I won’t voice an opinion about why the F.B.I. might be interested in him and his websites except to say that for some reason they seem to show an interest in people who claim to have technology that can cure all diseases with light, crystals, pictures, breathing and other seemingly magical, alternative or sacred techniques. After all, its bad for the prescription drug industry to cure people with alternative therapies. Then again, maybe they just put him on a list of strange new cults to keep an eye on.
“LOVE” which Core says stands for “Law of vibrational energy” is the force that will change the world. He claims to have the techniques to activate this energy. So is he a spiritual guru of the new age type or just a 21st century hippie? Has he discovered something new or is he just putting a new spin on an age old spiritual truth about the law of vibration and the power of deep breathing and meditation?
After all, all you need is Love. Right?
What ever is going on, he is charging a hefty price for tuition into his LOVE innerversity. (A newly invented term) I would actually love to join his group, it looks like loads of fun, but he wants lots of money for that. Also the skeptic part of my personality won’t let me, and the accountant part says it is just not in my budget at this time.
Cory does give a lot of stuff away for free and that’s a good thing. His technology is not really new though, as it has been around for thousands of years. It is not easy to follow the hodge podge of information he covers in some of his videos. I can’t really summarize and evaluate his over-all philosophy or therapy or whatever it is. He calls it “light body activations, sacred G technology, etc.”
Yet I feel that he may have tapped into a storehouse of subconscious information, due to a serious head injury he had as a child that robbed him of his memory. He talks about how he recovered that memory and how his body healed itself and in the process had what he called many near death experiences or out of body experiences.
One of the seven Hermetic Principles, is The Principle of Vibration. An understanding of this Principle, with the appropriate formulas, enables Hermetic students to control their own mental vibrations as well as those of others. The Masters also apply this Principle to the conquering of Natural phenomena, in various ways. “He who understands the Principle of Vibration, has grasped the sceptre of power,” says one of the old writers. This information has been around for thousands of years. Perhaps Core has tapped into some of this kind of knowledge. Then again, maybe he just googled it.
Philosophical truths have been revealed throughout time in many different ways to include recent books like The Law of Attraction, The Secret, Think and grow Rich, The Science of Getting Rich, and many many more, so many that I can’t possibly list them all. This information is all built upon the same fundamental spiritual truths or ideas. (Skeptics will certainly rag on me for calling them “truths.”) Oh well.
My conclusion about Core is that I think am looking at a fascinating but probably a fast burning flame that will eventually die out and sink into oblivion. In this age of ascension spiritual gurus are everywhere. He once said that he did not want to be a guru. (Oh, by the way, did I tell you, his angels were wearing wings. How cute!)
(Oblivion.: the condition or state of being forgotten or unknown.)
Of course with videos and the Internet, Core may live on forever in cyber space. The thing that scares me the most about him though is that I understand most of what he is saying, I just don’t know what to do with the information.
I think the link below is his pitch page for his membership in his Innerversity, but it came up when I confirmed my subscription to his email newsletter.
Again, I am not an affiliate. Here is his website: http://corelove.com/