First of all I am sure I will never be able to attribute any success I may have to a particular program, whether Invisible Path, Centerpointe, NLP, EFT or anything else because I see each of them as tools, rather than a complete program in itself.
Just as a tradesman uses the tools of his toolbox to create or fix whatever it is he is here to do.
Does Invisible Path differ?.....not really---just a different approach perhaps, another piece of MY puzzle.
Bob Scheinfeld approaches human growth from the analogy of each of us living in our own Total Immersion Movie. I know that sounds strange, but there are many strange and kookie concepts in the world of self improvement.
Considering that, perhaps we are spiritual beings having a human experience rather than human beings having a spiritual experience, it is possible that as spiritual beings we CHOSE to enter this human experience in order to learn something, explore a certain concept or experience a certain situation or area of humanness, having our own Total Immersion Movie Experience.
Following along with this analogy he suggests that we each have a "Director"; a certain part of ourselves that understands what we came here to do and makes efforts in our interest to experience what it is we want to experience, love, money, adventure...whatever we wish.
We COULD call it the Director, Inner Self, Spirit, subconscious.....but for the Total Immersion Movie analogy he/she is the Director. Bob suggests methods of communicating with out Inner Selves/Director.....one of which is actually writing Letters to our Director, being specific about what it is we want...from the limited perspective of our conscious minds.....similar to the How To Get Lots Of Money Fast book....but more personal, I think anyway.
He also tells us that we often add P.S.es to our requests, such as "I want lots of money and I am willing to work hard for this. My father was rich and his devotion to his work caused him to hurt everyone he loved, including himself"
OR "I want a mate with the following qualifications, but someone as wonderful as that wouldnt want me"
What this means is that were not really sure we want that...therefore we dont get it.
Bob also tells us to Do what works for us, do what we are motivated to do rather than struggle with something that is painful or doesnt seem to be working. And I suppose that would also mean the Invisible path if its not working for you.
An eye opener for me was the following statement in Invisible Path:
"Your Director(subconscious if you wish) manages and monitors everything, making sure that only what you really want to explore touches your life."
Meaning, that I do, or did want to explore these feelings of lack, low self worth, undeservedness.....perhaps in the context of the last movie you saw where the hero, even in the second half of the movie still is in deep trouble.
Whats a movie, a story or a human life without conflict anyway? Where is the learning in that?
Does Invisible Path work? All I can say is that its another piece of the puzzle, another text book for the course, my course.
Perhaps IP has taught me that its time to stop being such a Self Improvement Tools junkie and start living, fully.
It may help you to see your life in a whole new light...good luck with whatever you try.