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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

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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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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In part two of this awesome seminar, J-R offers, “If you fulfill Spiritual Law, then service becomes your Spirit directly to another person’s Spirit. I come to do your will, O Lord. The Law is written in my heart, not my head.”  This seminar inspires the spirit and the doing of service, which can give our lives meaning and fulfillment.

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Why do you help someone out when they’re in need? Why put your effort into helping others at all? What is service about, really, and what’s in it for me?This is a seminar about service and where the impetus for service originates within us. John-Roger says, “Service is an outward action. It’s not sitting and thinking what you’re going to do. It’s an action.” And he goes into the difference between service for gain (what’s in it for me?) and service from the heart.

 

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