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One negative expression J-R speaks about in part two of this seminar is ‘fear’.  He says, “Fear is a statement of, ‘I am alone and I am different and there’s nobody else around.’  And the opposite to that is empathy, moving into feeling level with somebody else. Coming into contact with them.”  The seminar is clear, direct, chock full of practical information and fresh perspectives on how we can have greater health, wealth and happiness both in our inner lives and in our outer existence. This seminar is an absolute MUST HAVE for anyone concerned with their own health and well-being.

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One negative expression J-R speaks about in part two of this seminar is ‘fear’.  He says, “Fear is a statement of, ‘I am alone and I am different and there’s nobody else around.’  And the opposite to that is empathy, moving into feeling level with somebody else. Coming into contact with them.”  The seminar is clear, direct, chock full of practical information and fresh perspectives on how we can have greater health, wealth and happiness both in our inner lives and in our outer existence. This seminar is an absolute MUST HAVE for anyone concerned with their own health and well-being.

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Within the depth of the seminar, J-R describes what to look and listen for as we dive deep into our inner being and learn to anchor our consciousness there, rather than here in our outer lives. J-R speaks of the sensations of our bodies on this inner path, what our minds might be experiencing, and how our feelings behave. Then he points to signs of God’s mercy—those lifelines that are always present for us. 

If you are looking for the best guide to practical spirituality, this is it.

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With his charisma, humor and delightful energy, John-Roger starts this seminar by citing a list, including, “The greatest sin: fear; the most agreeable companion: the one who would not have you any different from what you are; the greatest mistake: giving up; the greatest stumbling block: egotism; the worst bankrupt: the soul that has lost its enthusiasm; the greatest thought: God…and so on as the list creates the jumping-off point for the seminar.

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