In part two of this awe-inspiring seminar, John-Roger reminds us that, no matter what life brings us, we must learn to come back to a neutral position and just observe life’s challenges — altitude — rather than reacting. In this explicit seminar, J-R teaches how we each can take our mind and move it to the Spirit — altitude.
That Which Is is presented by MSIA, the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness – a movement dedicated to awakening the spiritual heart within each of us. John-Roger DSS and John Morton DSS
In another of his seminars serving as guidelines for living the best inner and outer life we can, John-Roger asks, “Anybody here feel frustrated? Do you know what that is a sign of? Spoiled which sounds like. ‘I didn’t get my own way.’ ” J-R goes on to say, “There’s great, great power in the state of observation. There is less power in reaction.”
In part two of this thought-provoking seminar, John-Roger further explains holding the image of completion. For instance, in your mind, watch that basketball leave your hands and go through the hoop. Or in your imagination, watch that person you’re afraid of smile and praise you. Watch the answers jump into your thoughts as you take a test. You’re the creator of your experience. Of course, J-R teaches practical spirituality so it helps to practice throwing the basketball, consciously be pleasant to others and study for exams. Then John-Roger encourages us to imagine that we are divine. Now take that thought through to the most positive completion you can. Imagine that!
In part one of this inspirational seminar, John-Roger states, “One of the laws is that if you hold a picture in your mind of what you want, you’ll get it.” The fundamental message, then, is: watch what you’re picturing. Instead of creating images of failure or abandonment or lack, create images of a positive nature and then relax and be patient. However, part of the process is to imagine the inner pictures through to their most positive completion.