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Today's Loving Each Day Quote

When you get far enough back inside your consciousness, in your own awareness of God and Spirit and Soul, you die to this world. Your body doesn't die; it actually comes into its proper place. It comes into alignment with the Spirit, the direction you are going, and as it does, it may become more quiet and create fewer distractions that pull your focus to the outer world.

- John-Roger, D.S.S.
(From: "Expressions of Grace," on the New Day Herald website: http://www.msia.org/newdayherald/archives/11351-expressions-of-grace)

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About MSIA

John-RogerThe purpose of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA) is to teach Soul Transcendence — becoming aware of yourself as a Soul and as one with God, not as a theory but as a living reality. Your Soul is who you truly are; it is more than your body, your thoughts, or your feelings. It is the highest aspect of yourself, where you and God are one.

Equally important, MSIA presents an approach that focuses on how to incorporate spirituality into your everyday life in a tangible, workable way. We call it “practical spirituality.”

To learn more, download our free book Journey of a Soul, to explore the nature of your true essence as Soul.

 

John-Roger's Challenge of the Week

Increase your worth in your consciousness. Become the You that you are.

Fulfill your physical level, and let it spill over into the spiritual levels. Don't cheat yourself. Don't hold back. If some happiness comes in, reach out and grab it. If it's there for thirty seconds, use a hundred percent of it. If it's there for two days, use a hundred percent of it. And if it slips out of your hands in twenty minutes, don't think, "Well, maybe I shouldn't have enjoyed it, because now it's gone." It has been slipping away from you all along anyway, so when it's available, increase the happiness towards yourself.

If somebody has some joy, unfold it towards you. If they have positive words, and a strong, uplifting feeling, unfold that towards your own life.

-John-Roger, DSS