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“If that hadn’t happened to me when I was a kid, my life would be so much easier now.” Do you ever say something like that to yourself?  In part one of this seminar, John-Roger says, “Now, let me give you a way of looking at this. A lot of people say, ‘Where I am now is because of my past.’  Okay? And I want to refute that for you by saying, you’re where you are now because of where you’re going, not where you’ve been. And because of that, your future is unfolding your path into right now.  And that my friends, is freedom.”

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“If that hadn’t happened to me when I was a kid, my life would be so much easier now.” Do you ever say something like that to yourself?  In part one of this seminar, John-Roger says, “Now, let me give you a way of looking at this. A lot of people say, ‘Where I am now is because of my past.’  Okay? And I want to refute that for you by saying, you’re where you are now because of where you’re going, not where you’ve been. And because of that, your future is unfolding your path into right now.  And that my friends, is freedom.”

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In part two of this seminar, J-R goes on to explain that addictions feel good, except the problem is, they run you instead of you running them. He illustrates this with an amusingly told story of his experience trying to get out of a car rental place and the progression of feelings that the experience engendered, from impatience to upset to anger. So how can we get our freedom from these addictions? “How do I channel them into things that will assist me and others around me?” J-R asks. And his response is, “This takes a type of managerial planning and primarily it starts out with having a goal.” It is from this seminar that you will learn the steps toward self-management.

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In part two of this seminar, J-R goes on to explain that addictions feel good, except the problem is, they run you instead of you running them. He illustrates this with an amusingly told story of his experience trying to get out of a car rental place and the progression of feelings that the experience engendered, from impatience to upset to anger. So how can we get our freedom from these addictions? “How do I channel them into things that will assist me and others around me?” J-R asks. And his response is, “This takes a type of managerial planning and primarily it starts out with having a goal.” It is from this seminar that you will learn the steps toward self-management.

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