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Throughout the second half of this seminar, using physical demonstration, stories and laughter, J-R leads us from our physically identified state into the possibility of expansion into the spiritual beings that we are.

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Throughout the second half of this seminar, using physical demonstration, stories and laughter, J-R leads us from our physically identified state into the possibility of expansion into the spiritual beings that we are.

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Oh boy. Here is John-Roger going right to the heart of the human matter and pointing to the very human behavior that gets us all into so much trouble. “As soon as you let anything aggravate you, and you react to that,” J-R says, “it wins. Now if you get angry at your spouse….and you react out of anger, resentment, neglect, the moment you give energy into that is the very moment you fall. …and your reaction is the very thing they’re using to control and manipulate you. Have you noticed that?” 

Well, the title and contents of this seminar offer the way out. And every one of us could use J-R’s encouragement to move into the spiritual state called observation. Here’s how.

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Oh boy. Here is John-Roger going right to the heart of the human matter and pointing to the very human behavior that gets us all into so much trouble. “As soon as you let anything aggravate you, and you react to that,” J-R says, “it wins. Now if you get angry at your spouse….and you react out of anger, resentment, neglect, the moment you give energy into that is the very moment you fall. …and your reaction is the very thing they’re using to control and manipulate you. Have you noticed that?” 

Well, the title and contents of this seminar offer the way out. And every one of us could use J-R’s encouragement to move into the spiritual state called observation. Here’s how.

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