John Assaraf (the secret) was a criminal, drug dealer, burgular and former Gang Member

If you were fooled by the slickness of ‘The Secret’ then don’t worry, this DVD was peppered with criminals.  John Assaraf is no stranger to prison and before you tell me he is a reformed crinimal, save your breath, he’s nothing more than a confidence tricker or as my American cousins would say ‘snake oil salesman’.

John Assaraf should have been in jail or dead. Breaking and entering, theft, drugs — the streets were John’s playground. In the streets, he was a winner. He had dirty money in his pockets and a gang of friends to back him up if things got tough. How, then, did he go from a scrappy street kid and gang ringleader to a highly successful CEO and multimillion-dollar entrepreneur?

“We were born without instruction manuals,” says Assaraf. “The universe operates by exact and precise laws that affect us every moment. We forever try to figure out how all the pieces fit together on the fly, including how to use our powerful mind to create …

About Gaz Parker

I was born with the ability to see spirit entities. I learned to ignore them for most of my life but during 2004 I had a kind of spiritual awakening so i thought. For years I questioned it until I asked God to show me what this is. God showed me the truth and I realised these spirits are evil, they are demons. Jesus never left me, he love me and he loves you too. My audio testimony can be found here. Contact me here:
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7 Responses to John Assaraf (the secret) was a criminal, drug dealer, burgular and former Gang Member

  1. yayabera says:

    Thanks for the piece of information it makes me be more confident of the power of the law of atraction and admire John Azzaraf even more, thanks! 🙂

  2. Gaz Parker says:

    Ha ha! No worries Yaya 🙂

  3. John Asseraf, like many teens had no road map as a teen. His parents were struggling and in Montreal where he was brought up, it is very easy to drift to the streets as a teen. There is a fine boundary between Westmount, the richest district and downtown where bikers hang out, bars and, crime exists.
    Myself being from Westmount, had to walk merely blocks to be in the thick of trouble and for a teen with little guidance and a lot desire to save the world, crime can seem like a direct route to doing good.
    The problem with teens is that they have very little foresight and Don’t realize the consequences of their actions, especially if their parents are unaware of their actions.
    So, I disagree with your foolish and nieve post on the grounds that John Asseraf has helped myself and thousands of people with love and a kind heart and with genuine experts to back up all he puts out there.

    Snake oil salesmen and magicians pull the wool over your eyes…John Asseraf pulls the wool off….

    and allows you to clearly focus on your goals with modern/ancient techniques that work.
    His background as a street thug gave him special skills and the strength and foresight to deal with the hard hits in business, and I know first hand how much guts it takes to change your life at nineteen. To leave the streets and friends and to start all over isn’t easy and I have the highest regard for anyone who can pull themselves out if a life like that and succeed.
    I believe you the writer of this post, probably grew up in the suburbs with a fairly good life.
    John A on the other hand, was a kid living with nothing but fear and doubt about where the next meal is coming from and lie self esteem issues as a kid from the academic world and more and he only did what he did because it was all he knew at the time.

    I know he is humbled and filled with gratitude for what he has today and for life itself, and no, he’s not stupid geesh…

    • Theresa says:

      I so agree with you in that John may have been born into a Scarcity place but used his gifts and went on to make his life positive and now he is helping others do the same. I am sure that the hard life lessons that he got, we now reap the rewards!! We need more John Assaraf’s in this world!!

      Theresa H

  4. chris hunter says:

    “Let he who is without sin…”

    Some people need to hit rock bottom before they realize they need to change. If there were no mistakes, some very serious, being made by all of us at one time or another, there would be no need for forgiveness.

    Don’t hate the sinner, hate the sin…
    THEN see what kind of life they ate leading afterwards.

  5. Kwenoir says:

    This site is irrelevant, except for those that get thwarted by the information one reveals about another. So what! The issue is, we judge the building before it is complete and then say we understand its construction. Right

  6. casdasdsa says:

    you are a loser.

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