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In part two of this amazing seminar, another questioner asks, “What is asking in the name of Christ?” And J-R’s response is all-encompassing, “If we could say ‘in the name of loving’ or if we could say ‘in the name of oxygen’ or ‘in the name of sunlight,’  I think there would be nothing but absolute unity amongst all of us. But I don’t think the planet is set up far that. I think the planet is set up for inquiry into things.” He continues, “But I think if we were to take the word ‘Christian’ and take away the behavioral aspects of the past and take away Judaism, we would probably have God living and walking amongst us in a radiant form and maybe that would be all of us and we would all feel the vibration of all that. That to me just gives me goose bumps. Just to even consider that possibility.”

Your own questions may well be answered in this fascinating seminar.

 

 

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In part two of this amazing seminar, another questioner asks, “What is asking in the name of Christ?” And J-R’s response is all-encompassing, “If we could say “in the name of loving’ or if we could say ‘in the name of oxygen’ or ‘in the name of sunlight,’  I think there would be nothing but absolute unity amongst all of us. But I don’t think the planet is set up far that. I think the planet is set up for inquiry into things.” He continues, “But I think if we were to take the word ‘Christian’ and take away the behavioral aspects of the past and take away Judaism, we would probably have God living and walking amongst us in a radiant form and maybe that would be all of us and we would all feel the vibration of all that. That to me just gives me goose bumps. Just to even consider that possibility.”

Your own questions may well be answered in this fascinating seminar.

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In a relaxed retreat setting, John-Roger answers questions posed by some of the participants. His first response is about how serious-minded people can, nonetheless, bring uplifting joy into their world. He says, “I don’t know where bringing solemnity and silence and downness into a group really serves.  You could have put a sign up ‘Enter upon this serious occasion with a serious note with serious behavior. Seriously yours.’  And there may be value in the laughter of that.”

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In a relaxed retreat setting, John-Roger answers questions posed by some of the participants. His first response is about how serious-minded people can, nonetheless, bring uplifting joy into their world. He says, “I don’t know where bringing solemnity and silence and downness into a group really serves.  You could have put a sign up ‘Enter upon this serious occasion with a serious note with serious behavior. Seriously yours.’  And there may be value in the laughter of that.”

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