Author Topic: Babs Stevens - Erick Gonzalez promoter/ Psychology of Vision Trainer  (Read 3062 times)

Epiphany

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Babs Stevens
Psychology of Vision Trainer, Life Coach, Healing Workshop Facilitator, First Nation CAO,
British Columbia, Canada Education Management
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Psychology of Vision Trainer, Skidegate Band Council CAO, Skidegate Band Council

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Life Coach, Oneness Blessing Giver, Reiki Level 2, l Life Coach, Healing Workshop Facilitator
Psychology of Vision Trainer, Skidegate Band Council CAO
1972 – Present (43 years)

Leadership and Business
Skidegate Band Council
1972 – Present (43 years)

https://ca.linkedin.com/pub/babs-stevens/20/ba6/30

I encourage anyone who has been damaged by Ms. Stevens' actions to speak out publicly, please do post here and elsewhere about your experiences, you can be anonymous here for safety if you like.

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The antics of Babs Stevens clearly demonstrates this was a cult takeover attempt that has messed up Haida Gwaii something fierce.  An audit of how many public dollars were spent on her excursions to places like Hawaii and Vancouver in order to score brownie points with her cult leaders the Spezzanos and perhaps Gonzalez is way overdue. How many tens of thousands of dollars were wasted on this nonsense when it could have been used to improve the local Haida communities in real ways?

http://www.newagefraud.org/smf/index.php?topic=4179.msg40155;topicseen#msg40155

Epiphany

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This 2012 RCMP warning is important to keep in mind in regards to Babs Stevens:

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The Masset RCMP has recently been receiving information from concerned citizens of Haida Gwaii about a group called the Earth People United and the groups founder Erick Gonzalez.
The groups website states that their mission is to connect people to the natural and spiritual world, and to bridge the wisdom of the Ancient Ones with the world of today. One of the concerns raised by the public is that the group is encouraging and facilitating the use of hallucinogenic drugs during the religious ceremonies in order to experience a spiritual state of mind. It has been reported that drugs such as peyote, mescaline and ayahuasca are being used during these ceremonies to elicit hallucinations that are then being interpreted as spiritual or ceremonial. It should be noted that mescaline in any form is a controlled substance and is listed in the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) under Schedule III of the act. As such possession or distribution of mescaline would contravene the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and could result in charges under the CDSA.
The Masset RCMP is urging the public to think critically about the use of these so called "healing" or "spiritual" drugs. Not only are some of these substances illegal in Canada but it has been reported that they can produce negative long term side affects to a persons health and well being. These side affects have been described as insomnia, anxiety, emotional instability and headaches which can also be accompanied by various other physiological reactions. The illegal nature of these hallucinogenic drugs and their health risks should be taken very seriously if considering their use.
The other significant concern being communicated by community members is that traditional Haida gifts are being given to the groups founder, Erick Gonzalez. These culturally relevant gifts are provided in addition to a fee that is required to attend the ceremonies and take part in the spiritual gatherings. There is concern among community members that the motivation for accepting these gifts is for the monitory value of the gifts instead of the cultural significance that is usually associated to gift giving in the Haida Nation. The tradition of gifting is an widely accepted practice and is not suggested that it should be stopped. What is of concern is the expectation of receiving a gift. Any group or individual that expresses an expectation to receive a gift, should be questioned in regards to their motives.
The Masset RCMP would like to encourage people to question the actions of individuals or organizations who claim to provide a spiritually healing experience in exchange for a monetary sum.
At this time Masset RCMP is continuing the investigation into this matter and encourages people who may have further information to contact Cst Scott McDiarmid of the Masset Detachment at (250)626-3991.

The RCMP contact name will have changed, but the phone number is the same.

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Re: Babs Stevens - Erick Gonzalez promoter/ Psychology of Vision Trainer
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2015, 07:55:59 pm »
People on the Skidegate Band Council, employees, community members, may feel like it is not safe to question Babs Stevens.

Questioning is healthy. Questions can help lead people out of this trap.

Babs Stevens is able to manipulate people into taking Psychology of Vision workshops several times a year. This is wrong.

It is also healthy to question where money and benefits are going.

When questioned, Ms. Stevens has a habit of crying hard and breaking down. In the past this has manipulated people into doing what she wants. Anything to stop her crying.

Please keep questioning, even in the face of her tears. Ms. Stevens is under the influence of two destructive groups. It is healthy to keep questioning and make up our own minds based on evidence.

More on Babs Stevens, including a bullying report: http://www.newagefraud.org/smf/index.php?topic=4179.msg39713#msg39713


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Re: Babs Stevens - Erick Gonzalez promoter/ Psychology of Vision Trainer
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2016, 06:37:20 am »
here is another write up about babs stevens, perhaps it's time the skidegate band council put out a survey to village citizens about their true feelings about babs stevens and what to do about her self promotions to use as a stepping block to promote chuck spezzano, there's enough written documents showing Pov is a harmful cult,yey babs stevens calls herself an asset to the haida village of skidegate by being a "certified advanced trainer" for Pov, also listing the cult outpost ngystle society as an asset for healing is wrong,

http://psychologyofvision.blogspot.ca/

https://www.psiram.com/en/index.php/Ngystle_Society

it was said erik gonzalez was paid $10,000 by skidegate health center for putting on this "fire ceremony" and erik handed out a handful of raisins squeezed into a ball, erik blew smoke onto it and passed it around, he tried to charge each person $100.00 that held it, one elder told him to get out of here, you have no right to be here doing what you're doing to these people. the elder asked his picture to be removed, erik gonzalez didn't respect the elders wishes and is still using the photo against the elders permission,

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1379349832331003&set=pb.100007679977768.-2207520000.1425779079.&type=3&theater



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Re: Babs Stevens - Erick Gonzalez promoter/ Psychology of Vision Trainer
« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2016, 06:40:24 am »
here is another write up about babs stevens, perhaps it's time the skidegate band council put out a survey to village citizens about their true feelings about babs stevens and what to do about her self promotions to use as a stepping block to promote chuck spezzano, there's enough written documents showing Pov is a harmful cult,yey babs stevens calls herself an asset to the haida village of skidegate by being a "certified advanced trainer" for Pov, also listing the cult outpost ngystle society as an asset for healing is wrong,

http://psychologyofvision.blogspot.ca/

https://www.psiram.com/en/index.php/Ngystle_Society

it was said erik gonzalez was paid $10,000 by skidegate health center for putting on this "fire ceremony"held at a place called second beach where the haida gwaii museum is located.
 erik handed out a handful of raisins squeezed into a ball, erik blew smoke onto it and passed it around, he tried to charge each person that held it a $100.00 for it .
 one elder told him to get out of here, you have no right to be here doing what you're doing to these people. the elder asked his picture to be removed, erik gonzalez didn't respect the elders wishes and is still using the photo against the elders permission,

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1379349832331003&set=pb.100007679977768.-2207520000.1425779079.&type=3&theater