Thursday, November 26, 2009

Clayton Hollingsworth on Dragon's Den - November 25











Summer of 2009













Higher Vibrations Wholistic Healing and Wellness

November 25, 2009 Clayton appears on Dragon's Den

Link to Episode (begins at roughly the 35 minute mark)
Clayton's Facebook Page

12 comments:

  1. Clayton is an idiot. I see no mention of the "skeletons in his closet" which is why he puts on this facade to the world.... He is really not a nice guy. Don't buy into his cult followers, because they don't know the real him.

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  2. Thanks for your comment.

    What skeletons?? There are certainly are mixed viewer's reviews at the Dragon Den's web site. People either seem to love or hate the guy.

    My daughter and I met him one evening this past summer and he seemed harmless enough.

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  3. Clayton is harmless. Hes trying to encourage people to use/try natural healing, whether its through meditation or crystal healing. He has done a few things for me at his own cost, and provides me with the tools I need to progress in natural healing.

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  4. I thought Clayton came across as really sincere. It seemed like he touched a nerve with some of the "money hungry" businessmen in the line-up; they looked uncomfortable when he challenged them on their quest for the almighty dollar. He gets my wote and I wish him well.

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  5. I have met seen Clayton who is very sincere @ Brett Wilson's Garden Party 2010. Always have an open mind. Darlene Side-Splitting Productions www.sidesplitting@ca

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  6. I thought he was great. Was nice to see the real humans among the dragons for a change.

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  7. i hate hippies....but he isnt trying to change the world he doesnt understand
    he simply wants to better it in whatever small way he can
    im sure he's not perfect but he is doing alot more than most to make others happy and have fulfilling lives.

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  8. This guy is genuine, you can believe his approach or not; your decision. It might work for some people and not for others. The power is in your mind and so is the solution to most of your problems. Personnaly, he touched my heart and I believe he could be of good help to people who are having a very tough journey like I do. Sometimes, the cure lies elsewhere than in medication. Kudos Clayton, you are a very humble man looking to help people instead of dominating them with power and/or money like so many of us do.

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  9. <3 him... absolutely adore him, know him in real life and he has helped me to find where my unique frequencies fit into the world ^_^

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  10. You know what amazed me about this guy. Kevin actually said, as he left the den, "Thank you for your time." What the heck? Kevin never thanks people for their time. He usually blasts people for wasting his time. Clearly this man got to Kevin via an avenue other than money. This doesn't surprise me though. Kevin is a complicated person. I have always suspected that there is more to him that meets the eye. I don't buy it that money satisfies him completely. Even though he doesn't publicly admit it, he is searching for something outside of money. Aren't we all.

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  11. You are amazing Clayton. I can't imagine subjecting oneself to such criticism. How painful it would be to be mocked for helpIng others heal themselves. You are a very selfless individual. You don't want money, you want people to understand that they are capable of living a life full of peace and love.

    Entering to be on Dragon's Den!? You are a genius! If anyone needs to understand healing and the heart, it's the individual's at the top of the power pyramid. They are detached from what matters the most. Happiness is found within. It can't be measured by the depths of our wallets.

    You challenged their egos, which I'm sure wasn't your intention, but I know they felt it. I bet they went to bed that night with complete awareness of the hollow spot in their being.

    I can only imagine what you'd be capable of with all support you deserve.

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  12. I am a christian and do not believe on this type of healings but let me tell you, the sounds he created gave me some kind of peace and I can see it buying them for meditation or relaxing. The guy also came across as a peaceful nice guy, good for him.

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