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Is James Strole the Most Positive Man On the Planet?

James Strole. The Most Positive Man in The World. I’ll say it plain and simple: James Strole is the most positive man on the planet.  As my friend and mentor, Jim talks about and demonstrates the human body’s innate ability to transcend all limitations of sickness, aging, and yes, even death. In my humble estimation, Jim walks his talk like no one I’ve ever known.

We all have our own take on being "positive", and we are all familiar with positive thinking, but in the case of this most positive man, I’m speaking of something way beyond positive mentality. Jim Strole is passionately, boundlessly and physically positive.

“The body wants to live, it’s not a mindset!”  (JS)

Positive thinking, on the other hand, is nothing new, tracing it’s roots back to the middle 1800’s as the so-called “mind power” movement in Massachusetts and Maine. During the Great Depression, the “prosperity gospel” became part of this mindset of health and hope.  Some of the names involved during this time are now well known: Dale Carnegie, Napoleon Hill, Norman Vincent Peale.  Ronald Reagan was friends with many of these pioneer thinkers and introduced positive thinking to the political arena, where it is still practiced today.

As television came of age, the movement continued to transform with entrepreneurs and evangelists taking advantage of instant connection with millions.  Nowadays, we have Dr. Phil and Oprah Winfrey to tell us how we can think better and live better.

“You didn’t come here to be led, you came here to be bigger.” (JS)

If there is one thing that we can generally say about all these illustrious teachers (well, maybe two things), it is that they teach very specific methods and goals that one can eventually attain; and secondly,  it is best to achieve these goals before we die.

“If you aren’t good enough now to live forever, you never will be.” (JS)

This is where Jim Strole makes a radical departure from his contemporaries in the field of positivity.  How would your life change, he asks, if you were no longer obligated to die?  What sense does it make to go through all the torments and blessings of a human life, accumulate a lot of toys and knowledge, and then die, just when you’re beginning to get a notion of how precious your human body is?

“Let’s experience the beauty of being alive without the darkness to have to remind us.”  (JS)

Instead of preparing for eventual death and reincarnation in some so-called better place, Jim’s entire adult life has been a constant movement of expanding and deepening into his own physical form — what he calls the “flesh”. No flesh, no Spirit. No Spirit, no life.

“If we don’t value our bodies more than anything, 
I think we’re really missing what living is all about.” (JS)

The ultimate valuing of our flesh, says Jim, is the discovery that we are all worthy to live, forever!  Think about this (or rather, feel into it.)   What greater self-esteem could there possibly be?  Co-incidentally, the more we value our own life, the more valuable every other life is!  Love thy neighbor as thyself, indeed.

“Take it on that you’re physically immortal now. It's not about being perfect or good enough. It’s about being passionate and alive. It’s about joy and pleasure, and a flow with people who flow with you" (JS)

For arousing the feeling in my heart that separation and war are already over with this valuing of the body, Jim is not only my hero, he is also the most positive man on the planet!

“Physical immortality is about people really wanting to take responsibility for being on the planet, they're not just passing through. They're ready to clean up the mess now and not leave it to somebody else when they die.” (JS)

And for taking a stand for Life, attracting people from all over the world who I now call my friends, and for shining a light into my own darkness of doubt and negativity, James Strole is not only the most positive man on the planet, he is my hero.

"When you’re free from the slavery of death,  you don’t want anybody else to be bound up.  That’s why  immortality is the total answer to peace on this planet.  People stop killing each other because of the value that is created in one another’s flesh."  (JS)


Glenn Bourdot - Hard Times Are Over

Glenn_Bordot_PeopleUnlimited_testuimonialI used to take my troubles to heartWaiting for my world just to fall apart I didn’t have the time of day to dance the Bossa Nova Then my buddy told me Hard Times Are Over I had this deep dark lack inside of me I blamed it on the bad economy Hey everybody’s got a shadow mister, I’ll tell you mine Big as Frankenstein (big ass - Frankenstein) I tried and tried to justify Pain was real and joy was no ride I rode the back seat, shame was my chauffeur Now my hand’s on the wheel and the Hard Times Are Over (instrumental)

I tried and tried to justify Life fades away by and by I’ve got no death wish, but I’m a smoker Cause my soul’s on fire and the Hard Times Are Over I couldn’t do this all by myself It takes a lot of big help, so hold on to me Inspire this fire in me I’ll set your body free We’ve got a lover’s feast In this belly of the beast Now you can take it from me, sister, or the man in the moon We’ve all got to learn to laugh too soon We don’t need serious struggling and talking forever We’ve got to drop it now or never All this back-stabbing, booty-grabbing, graveyard pipeline Playing a bit-part in a dead bloodline I’m rolling through it like a Mack bulldozer It’s a brand new day and the Hard Times Are Over Yes, I can feel forever and the Hard Times Are Over

© 2013 Glenn Bourdot

Patrick Van Nuffelen - Feeling whole and one with myself

Life is movement! I love my body now, since getting involved with People Unlimited, because I feel whole and one with myself. I am almost constantly looking for ways to change former abusive patterns into adoring actions, changing mortal behavior into an immortal life. I believe in myself. I create what I go for. But I wasn’t like this when I first met Bernie, Chuck and Jim and People Unlimited. I had so much fear in my life. I was scared of what people would think of me if I didn’t behave the way they wanted me to. Money was another thing I was scared of. I told myself I didn’t need it or want it.

I was impairing myself in so many ways. I had family and friends, but nobody stirred me to make real changes. Also, I was stubborn and thought I knew better than everyone else. Now I am able to listen to people in my life who want the best for me.

I’m focusing on making money because I want heaps of it. I’m using it to care of myself and others and to feel good. Before, my body was not important to me. But now I love myself because I know my body is me. I’m making my life bigger, and it feels good to grow in this way. I’m no longer fighting what is best for me. What a change! I couldn’t have done it without people who continuously remind me that I’m unlimited.

Susanna Lange - Moving beyond dyslexia

Susanna LangeI am successful in my career, I live in a great house, I am able to buy a lot of great fashion to wear (my favorite thing to do), and I own a horse that I enjoy so much. These are things I’ve always wanted, but what I wanted most was to be able to be myself freely in the midst of others. That I can now do! I have deep and meaningful interactions with people from all walks of life every day. I am simply inspired and fulfilled while seeing so much work that needs to be done to inspire others. It’s exciting to have so many wonderful people to do it with! I could tell you about many transformations I’ve had as a People Unlimited member. One of the transformations was experiencing a deeper connection with my intimate partner, Otto, “after our romance was over”. Or I could tell you about overcoming the obsession with relationships in general. All of those would be great transformations to talk about, but I want to tell about my life after dyslexia.

I was diagnosed with dyslexia in 4th grade at the age of 9 in 1970 in Germany where I was raised. I had never heard of it. No-one in my school had ever had dyslexia and it was just a diagnosis that no-one seemed to be able to do anything with. A dyslexia counselor helped me to no longer transpose letters and numbers, but it really didn’t help me address my core issue.

In school I was only able to pay attention for 10 minutes at the beginning of each class before my mind would wander off to daydreams. No matter how hard I concentrated and wanted to pay attention, my mind would wander. The truth was, the harder I tried, the further I got away from what I really wanted; which was to understand what my teachers were saying, to understand the questions in my tests and to be able to know the answers when a teacher called on me.

I had been an outspoken kid playing with the neighborhood kids all afternoon long having fun. But I began to be a quiet person. I would go out with my friends and say one sentence all afternoon. The rest of the time I was listening to their conversations trying to figure out what the right thing to say would be – and never finding it.

Now my life is the opposite. I can talk non-stop and it’s easy for me. It just flows out of me. It’s never the “right thing” to say, it’s just me being me. And the greatest thing is, people love me for it, because they can feel me. To make the jump from not even knowing what I feel, to now having direct access to my feelings has been great. It has even been greater that I can now also speak and act on my feelings without being self-conscious. It has been much more than a dream come true.

I know now that trying to be ‘right’ is what got me in trouble from the beginning. When I started to wanting to be ‘right’– right at school, right for my friends, right at home – that’s when I began to feel isolated. I know that without Bernie and Jim insisting on me being real all the time, life would still be a constant struggle to be right.

I’m been so thankful to Bernie and Jim and People Unlimited for creating an environment that helps people radically come out with who they are. It has been my number one answer, not just for dyslexia, but for everything.

Immortal Prosperity - ending the limitation of poverty

Immortal prosperity is the hot topic at People Unlimited these days. Being physically immortal, it is essential to end the limitation of poverty which is part of the program of death. We are moving intensely to smash it and be free of the distraction once and forever.  We are sick and tired of being controlled by any form of lack. We simply have too much purpose and too much living to do to worry about the finances we need. There is more than enough money in this world for everyone to be abundantly rich, happy and healthy, and we refuse to be a part of the system of death that promotes otherwise. I believe that physical immortality is innate to the human body, but we have to create our lives free from the influence of death that was imprinted upon us from birth. We have shared DNA with people who have died for eons, thus we have carried a mixture of death programming along with the pure immortal strand. But there is an undeniable happening on the planet today. People are actually experiencing who they really are, and there is a powerful move to take back our lives whole and complete.  Physical immortality is the cutting edge today. It is by far the most exciting happening in this world.

Our destiny as immortals is unlimited immortal prosperity and joy.  All we have to do is claim our wholeness and move to bring it about. Immortals have the power and the heart to do that because we have forever in mind. We build one another to expand beyond the small thinking of a lone identity existence. In our events we demonstrate progressive change to one another by our expressions of dynamic movement. This imprints us all with new life. The bar gets set high collectively and, if we do not suppress our desire for more, we can face whatever lack or limitation may lie in our individual bodies. It is an intense but rewarding way to live, and we are on our way to create more immortal prosperity than we ever dreamed possible.