Some years ago, my world was turned upside down during a long, four year ordeal during which I learned how to live under the radar in order to escape “stalkers” who sought me for unjust reasons. This piece will highlight certain memories of that difficult and memorable learning experience.
Pressure is like a double edged sword: some is necessary to stimulate the mind while too much makes the bearer of extreme stress question his purpose. Imagine the loneliness of an isolated life, absent close relationships, and being forced into self reliance and survival mode while being hunted by human animals with unlimited resources.
In the beginning, I hated this stretch of time as I was forced to learn skills and live roles I’d never envisioned myself playing. Aside from the content of my new life being so foreign to my previous life experiences, the obvious nagging question haunted me. Why?
Once the period of denial of my circumstances passed, life became fun again, and I learned to appreciate what became truly important: living in the moment, being grateful for good health and pleasant surroundings. My adjustment process continued and my focus centered around programming my thought processes toward turning this negative that had initially devastated me into a life-changing positive happening. Once I accepted my plight, it became my goal to succeed-to defeat my enemies. My animal instincts kicked in. I was positive I could win as I planned and meditated.
My name became a different name. My private automobile registration made me unidentifiable to all who ran my plates-law enforcement included. Rental properties were temporary homes lasting for a few weeks to a few months. Work was concealed as my newly formed company served as my front entity to shield my identity from the world and my enemies. Money was safeguarded through more company names registered anonymously to keep the predators at bay.
I found no answers to the hard questions. I consulted, experimented, learned, and succeeded in remaining “invisible” as I developed skills and principles enabling me to travel, bank, work, and live anonymoulsy. During this period of my lifetime, all relationships were severed. No one was spared the ax. Winning is everything. At least I thought so at the time. The price tag was indeed high, though necessary.
Learning how to “disappear” is not the hardest part of living a high-level privacy life. The academics of it all are fairly straight forward, though privacy principles and concepts can be complicated, depending on one’s circumstances. The real challenge to living beneath the radar is the adjustment to life in the unnatural state that saps one’s energy reserves and creates the “intellectual hermit” that one must become in order to live such a low profile life successfully without the liklihood of ever being found.
Privacy at the very highest level is hard work. My experiences will, I hope, make it possible to shorten the learning curve of gaining successful anonymous living information when the unexpected happens and creates a Privacy Crisis for you.
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