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“In the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness,” John-Roger continues in Part 2 of this seminar, “we know that we sin. We know we probably always will. We know that we struggle with our desires. Instead of going to some sanctuary to learn to discipline ourselves, we use the world as a sanctuary and there is where we can learn discipline. Not discipline as punishment, but discipline as where you place your focus.” J-R, through stories and examples, gives information about how to achieve and hold onto positive focus, no matter what life brings along.

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“In the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness,” John-Roger continues in Part 2 of this seminar, “we know that we sin. We know we probably always will. We know that we struggle with our desires. Instead of going to some sanctuary to learn to discipline ourselves, we use the world as a sanctuary and there is where we can learn discipline. Not discipline as punishment, but discipline as where you place your focus.” J-R, through stories and examples, gives information about how to achieve and hold onto positive focus, no matter what life brings along.

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This English/Spanish seminar was given by John-Roger during a trip to Bogota, Colombia.  Mindful of the spiritual orientation of most of his audience, J-R introduces one of the principal teachings of MSIA: positive focus.  “Isn’t it amazing how your feelings run you?” he says, as he provides a short lesson in how our mind and emotions work and how we can learn to bring some discipline to them.  “You, your body, your mind and your emotions — in there resides the Lord, the Savior of us all. Now, we know why we must keep clean our body, mind and emotions.”

 

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This seminar is as useful today as it was when John-Roger gave it voice. He suggests each of us examine what holds us back from getting what we want in our life. J-R starts this way. “For some reason, it seems that we humans have bought into other people’s ideas about how we should, or could, or ought to, or might be, if we follow their set of behavior rules for us. From when we were very little, we took that in, until it became so natural for us that we weren’t aware of it unless someone drew our attention to it.”…. like in this seminar. Want to break free? This seminar will teach you how.

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