Clive Lloyd is an angry man. It's 1983, soon after Lloyd's West Indies thrashed India in India to avenge their World Cup final loss, and the picture of the touring team at the Taj Mahal is yet to arrive. The Indian photographer had delayed the delivery. The pictures finally arrive. The players are framed by the beautiful white marble monument but Lloyd is still angry. One man, an integral part of the whole set up, is missing from the picture. "Sir, there was this one white man in all the pictures. I had to cut him out. Hence the delay," the photographer tells Lloyd. Dennis Waight laughs loudly as he recounts the story. He was that white man. Waight was the famous Australian trainer and physiotherapist who worked with the West Indies team for 23 years, most of it during its glorious reign at the top of world cricket. He features in the documentary Fire in Babylon and has an entire chapter dedicated to him in Michael Holding's book. His work with West Indies is something Waight is immensely proud of. Back then, Lloyd let Waight run the show and even used him to fire up his bowlers. Waight talks about one such instance. "At Adelaide, we needed to take six wickets and then chase on the last day. Lloydy said, 'Let's give it a go it's only a short day, can you make these blokes fire? Make them angry.' At Adelaide, behind the nets there is a hill with a big statue on top of it. For half an hour before the start of play I made the players run up and down. They weren't happy; Croft, Holding, Roberts and Garner were hopping mad and they went out and bowled like fire. Bird [Joel Garner] was the worst, grunting and groaning. Lloyd told him, 'you are whinging the most, take the first ball'. He got four wickets in a short time, and we chased 236 in 61 overs." Waight's association with West Indies dates back to Kerry Packer's World Series. Waight, who had a rugby league background, was asked by Packer to train the Rest of the World team but he insisted on working with West Indies. Waight was in a bar with Jeff Thomson, Len Pascoe and Rod Marsh when the West Indies team arrived after a long trip. "I was drunk like a skank when I saw Lloyd and Co. in the lobby," Waight remembers. He wobbled across and introduced himself as their new trainer and told them they would meet at 6am the next morning. He then trudged off to drink more. "I heard Lloyd saying, 'we are not going to see him tomorrow'." They did of course. Waight got up early, sat in a tub of cold water for 20 minutes, went for a 12 mile run and returned, dripping in sweat, to the hotel. He heard Lloyd telling his team, "C'mon let's go; that joker ain't gonna show up." Waight tapped Lloyd on the shoulder and told him he had been waiting for them. They went to the ground and Waight was appalled by their training methods. "I told Lloyd, 'this is a waste of time. I think I will go home. You are a professional side and this can't work.' Lloyd told me to come for a drink and we talked." Waight told Lloyd what he wanted from the team and Lloyd told him to give it a go. "There was a bit of whinging to start with but the whole team was with me soon." It was running, rather than gym work, that Waight believed was necessary for cricketers. "Cricket is a game played on grass. You run on grass. You don't run in the gym. Back then hotels didn't have big gyms. We used to work with a set of dumbbells. My main aim was to get them to do 500 sit ups in a row every day. Croft, Garner, Holding and Roberts and the whole team had to do it." Waight slowly became more than just a trainer. He became one of the boys. He played his part in keeping the spirit up too. "If you have had a bad day, and if you are going sit in your room then you are not going to get out of that slump. Michael Holding never used to drink. He was having a little bit of a problem and I told him he could have two drinks. He did, and just spending time with everyone helped him. His limit even now is still two drinks! "On tours to Pakistan, I always used to travel with a wine cask. I had all these bowlers coming to my room complaining of a niggle but I knew actually they wanted a drink. While they were there I would tend to their niggles, have a drink with them and off they would go." Waight is in Bridgetown for the second Test between West Indies and India, and hangs out with his friend Garner. Waight was with Garner and Richards when they played for Somerset. More stories roll out. "Bird used to like to have a good time. One day they were playing the NatWest semi final. Ian Botham was on Test duty and Viv [Richards] was captain. Joel might have had too much of a good time the previous night and his first spell was terrible. Viv got angry and gave the ball to someone else. Yorkshire kept scoring runs. Joel kept asking Viv for a bowl. "Then something happened between Joel and the crowd and the big fella came running to Viv saying, 'Give me the ball, I want to bowl. The bastards threw a banana at me.' When the bird is cranky he's like fire you know! And he destroyed them. We won. The captain of Yorkshire later said, 'We have got the worst supporters in the world. We have Big Bird bowling rubbish and they throw a banana at him. And he comes and destroys us! Why would you do that? Worst supporters!'" As much as Waight tried to insist on a high level of fitness, the West Indies cricketers were still prone to having a night out or two. "We were in a beautiful Melbourne hotel, and one morning people kept saying to me, 'You got these blokes very disciplined. You don't see the Aussies get up early and run like this.' I was confused. 'We saw a few guys but I don't know how they were running in normal shoes,' someone told me. I realised then what these guys were up to! They weren't running, they were just sneaking in after a long night!" It wasn't all fun though. After the Lloyd and Richards era, troubles began for Waight. The team began to falter and Waight's own problems grew. He had a spat with Brian Lara and there were some players who thought Waight was pushing them too hard. "Lara got very big and it wasn't just him; the other players, too, wanted it easier. Nothing comes easy. I suppose Lara had backing from the board but I don't think he was the one who got me the chop. Things became harder for me to do the way I wanted to. A different board came in and I had to go. I was just getting to my end of my tether." Waight, still very fit, says he has no regrets. He would have liked to stay with West Indies for two more years as the money was just beginning to come into the profession then. "No regrets but. As I always say, instead of drinking Johnnie Walker Black you drink Johnnie Walker Red." What happened to that picture in front of the Taj Mahal? "We got lucky. We had a picture taken by one of us which had me in it as well. It holds a very special place in my home now." Sits in right! I just happened to watch 'Fire in Babylon' last night and Dennis Waight duly gets a mention as the man who instilled a sense of discipline and top level fitness in the 'rogue' West Indian team after a limp wristed performance in their first World Series match. On a side note, its surprising that so many people making comments (mostly from the sub continent) find the 'banana' incident amusing. In the western/developed world, offering/throwing a banana to a person of colour is considered a racial insult. No wonder big Bird was fired up. 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If you believe that any of the comments on our site are inappropriate or offensive, please tell us by clicking Abuse and answering the questions that follow. We will review any reported comments promptly. 315297 062 Nike Air Jordan 3 III Retro Silver Sport Red Light Graphite Orange Peel,It was a cold, gray March morning at Greenhouse Effect Coffee in south Salt Lake City. I had arrived early so as to set up my notes and place my order. Earlier that same week, I had tripped across a story which had struck me so deeply that I knew I would never be the same. And that morning I was to meet in person, the very subject of that story. Her name was Teal Scott, a woman who wasn't supposed to be. Yet she is here to show others the way. She is here to show others the way out of powerlessness and the way out of pain. She made that journey herself, it was a journey where revenge and anger were road signs but not answers. Now, after years of torture inflicted upon her by a mad man and the cults he belonged to, she has no desire to see her abusers prosecuted or to have the iron hammer of justice brought down upon their heads. To her, they are just victims of loveless situations, broken families, and a cycle of separation that exists far beyond the bounds of this story you are reading now. That day, when I saw her for the first time as she rounded the corner, I was instantly struck by the fact that this woman was beautiful enough to be a super model. She moved gracefully with a looming, ethereal heir of confidence across the room. She exchanged a smile and an unusually firm handshake with me and then proceeded with unwavering eye contact to wait for me to start asking questions. Teal was born in 1984 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In the first years of her life, it became immediately apparent that Teal had been born with unusual talents that set her apart from other children. These talents were not ones that Teal's parents understood. But in the years to come, they would discover that Teal was demonstrating abilities such as clairvoyance, clairsentience, clairaudience, the ability to manipulate electromagnetic fields and the ability to communicate with thought forms. As she grew, unlike many children born with extrasensory talents, her gifts did not go away. When Teal was still a toddler, her parents (who were both wilderness forest rangers), accepted a job in the Wasatch Cache National Forest of Utah, not knowing at the time about the intensely religious climate of the location. It was a sparsely populated area that at the time was over 95% LDS. Because of this, word of her unusual abilities got out very quickly and were not only frowned upon but also feared by many in the community. Like many children growing up as a religious minority Teal was ostracized as a child and the extent of difficulty in her life might have stopped at that, except that it was because of Teal's misunderstood, extrasensory talents that she caught the undivided attention of a loose acquaintance of the family. This man, whom for anonymity sake Teal calls "Mr. X" was a sociopath who also had dissociative identity disorder. Mr. X had many personalities, one of which belonged to a local Christian cult and one of which attended satanic rituals. Mr. X managed to infiltrate Teal's family and position himself between Teal and her parents as her mentor. He managed to convince Teal that among other things, he was in fact her real father. Mr. X was who they turned to about what to do about her abilities, and later. in her teen years, they trusted him to take her in when she got so mentally unstable (due to the abuse) that the family didn't know what to do with her anymore. All the time they were unaware that he was creating the very condition he claimed to be helping. It was because of this man that Teal was inducted as a child (unbeknownst to her parents) into these local cults by Mr. X. For thirteen years, Teal was routinely ritualistically tortured and programmed by this man and the members of the cults he belonged to. Teal does not think it is beneficial to drag people into the horrific details of everything that went on but according to Teal, over the course of those thirteen years, she was tortured physically and sexually in religious rituals, forced to participate in sacrifices, repeatedly raped and starved. She was forced to undergo 3 abortions (all fathered by Mr. X himself who was in his sixties at the time) he performed them himself because his job allowed not only the meager instruments to do so, but also the know how. She was photographed for sadomasochistic pornography, sold for money to men for sex out of motels and outdoor gas station bathrooms, kept hogtied in basements and kept in a hole in the ground in Mr. X's back yard. She was exposed repeatedly to electro shock programming, forced to undergo isolation torture and left overnight tied up in lava caves in southern Idaho. Teal was also forced to participate in bestiality and necrophilia and was drugged by Mr. X with Ketamine, Dormator, Xylazine, opiates and speed (all of which he had unlimited access to due to his career). She was repeatedly chased through wilderness by Mr. X "playing" tracking games in which he would hunt her and put her through any of a list of horrific punishments if she was caught and she was also used as a lure to other children that ended up also being hurt. Teal was able to escape from Mr. X as well as the cults when she was 19 years old. Since Teal's escape she has scraped with success several times, managing to make the US telemark ski team and becoming a competitive long track speed skater. And now she has assumed the title of "The Spiritual Catalyst" and has embarked on a mission as a contemporary spiritual guide in order to remind people of the united, energetic nature of this universe and to teach people how to find bliss in the midst of even the most extreme circumstances. Early this month, Teal released her first book. Her book, The Sculptor in the Sky is not an account of what happened to her as many would expect. Instead, it is about spirituality. It is a book which unravels people's limited views of reality and God and the universe and then proceeds to show people how to achieve lasting happiness. I understand that many people will be reeling (like I was) after hearing her background story. But what will really blow you away is the fact that Teal has become healthy and found joy to such an extent that she has completely forgiven her abusers. When I asked Teal why she wrote her book about happiness and the universe instead of her amazing story she sat back in her chair and said "To most people my story is an amazing story. To me, it was my everyday, normal life. To me, what you call reality is the unfamiliar reality". She went on to say "While I acknowledge now that this story is out of the ordinary and has the potential to inspire people greatly, not much good comes out of me writing a book where the dominant message isLook at how amazing I am that I overcame all of this However, overwhelming good comes of me writing a book where the dominant message isLook how amazing and powerful and free you are that you can overcome anything like I did, and find happiness no matter what you are experiencing as reality today". We spoke briefly about the fact that happiness seems to be a very elusive quality and that those who do achieve it are seen as either unintelligent or conversely enlightened. I asked her if she feels like she has reached a place where she has achieved unshakable happiness and therefore a state of enlightenment. She gave a slight smile to this and bowed her head and said "No. One thing that makes it so people can not find happiness is that they think it is some permanent state you have to achieve or some place you have to get to when the truth is that happiness, like enlightenment either is or isn't in the moment. It is a constant process in each moment to focus your thoughts and subsequent actions into happiness, just like it is a process in each moment to focus your thoughts and subsequent actions to be in line with enlightenment. I have my days where I am not very good at this, and my days that I am." In her lengthy way of speaking she continued to say "No one is meant to come here to this life and stand in perfection, or live up to something that stands in judgment of us. We are meant to come here to life in order to find happiness. Evolution is an inevitable byproduct of following the path to happiness. Not one person here, as much as you may expect it from them, stands in perfection. Perfection is an illusion. To expect perfection from yourself or others is to be resistant to where you or where someone else is and as long as you are resisting what is, you can not move forward from what is. For most people, the first reaction that comes upon hearing this story is one of total shock and then the sudden need for justice. The question of how we can reduce the ever increasing levels of crime and violence is one that plagues our society today. The usual answer to this question which is given by politicians and the media is that we have to be even tougher on crime. It is an answer that comes from a deeply held belief that fighting against crime even harder will eventually straighten this country out. But Teal adamantly disagrees. She has maintained the stance that no one needs be brought to justice after what was done to her. Teal's abuse did become a matter of the state however. It turned into an investigation, which went cold after quite some time when the district attorney decided the state could not provide enough substantial physical evidence to win a case. When I asked Teal about her views on this she said "Most women who escape from situations like I did do not ever tell about it. I did tell, but even the physical evidence I had was not enough given the years that had passed since the last incident that occurred. And I am glad for that in retrospect." I, like most people would be, was shocked by this reply and asked her why she was glad that a man such as Mr. X could still be out in the public and not in jail. She proceeded slowly and said "There is a negative vehicle of want and there is a positive vehicle of want. It is our choice which vehicle to get in and drive our own lives from. You could say I don't want torture and abusers in this world so we must punish all of those that torture, and torture the torturer so to speak. Contrastingly, instead of sayingI don't want tortureone could say I want compassion and show those same actors of violence compassion that they perhaps have never been given before. Happy people who feel loved do not hurt other people." It is Teal's belief that the de humanizing environment of jails and prisons does not rehabilitate criminals, it creates even worse criminals. She says it is impossible to punish someone into wellness, that punishment for crime is like fighting fire with fire, and so it is time for the justice system and the environment of jails to change. She believes that the way to eliminate abuse and criminal behavior is to change society at its root and change the way we treat those who commit acts of violence. Teal went on to say "We, as a society believe very strongly in victimhood and so, we try to control others by creating laws. And we enforce those laws with harsh punishment for all those who disobey them. Laws are not control; they are merely the physical illusion of control. They do not work in the way that they are intended to work, and they run counter to the universal truth of freedom. They will fail and they do fail. Your crime rates will keep going up if crime is approached in the way it is approached today". As our meeting came to an end, I found myself awestruck at this woman who stands today in a light of forgiveness and mercy after having lived a life of torture and pain. She demonstrates an attitude which many who have fallen victim to abuse have been incapable of achieving. She comes from a past that gives her the credibility to be able to say that a person can achieve happiness, health and success no matter what they have done in their life and no matter what was done to them. This revolutionary space is where we find Teal Scott. And if you take her message to heart, this revolutionary space is where any of us can find ourselves.
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