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Hi all, I'm new to this forum. I have just found Eckhart from a link someone sent me to a youtube video of his 'finding your life's purpose' video. Having realized this man has some profound things to say (to put it mildly!) and has begun to change my life, I sent the link to a few other people. Now that and other videos have suddenly been taken down from youtube because of 'copyright' issues from his company - I'm pretty confused. If what he says is so important, and he thinks the world needs to change spiritually, why restrict access to his teachings? I am very interested in any reactions to this. Thank you.
There are all kinds of ET materials freely available on the internet right now - on youtube, vimeo and even from his own website. Also, check out your local library - lots of stuff there. I have no problem with copyrighted materials being protected, but it doesn't make take much to get around those restrictions if you feel so inclined.
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