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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In part one of this valuable seminar John-Roger names the twelve main negative expressions we perpetrate on ourselves that help cause dis-ease in our consciousness and physical bodies. He doesn’t leave it at that, though, because he goes on to name the attitudes and qualities we can choose (yes, we can choose!) to change the negativity and support ourselves toward health.
Well, how do you lift to a new consciousness? What does that mean, anyway? In part two of this awesome seminar, in his usual amusing approach to helping us be better humans, J-R spells out techniques for preparing ourselves to connect with other people who matter to us, and he also offers tips for taking care of our physical bodies and our emotional upsets all so we can have better lives and better relationships with ourselves and everyone else.
“Whatever you decide to do, place it in God’s hands and then do it as though God has said, ‘It’s yours, it’s blessed’.” What! It’s that easy? Just ask God to be involved, and then do it? OK, how about all the trouble I have in relationships? In part one of this helpful seminar, John-Roger’s topic is dealing with people, from the pitfalls we encounter in marriage to the supremely difficult task of child rearing. “You have to lift up to a new consciousness all the time. When you do that, when you lift to the new consciousness, then you have overcome the world at that point only,” (that moment with your spouse, or that difficult co-worker or with your child).