Unconditional cooperation with whatever is happening is one of the keys to creating happiness and well-being.
(From: What's It Like Being You? by John-Roger, DSS with Paul Kaye, p. 87)
Welcome to MSIA
The purpose of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA) is to teach Soul Transcendence, which is 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." It allows you to attune more and more to your Soul and to increasingly live from that awareness.
We invite you to learn more about MSIA by Exploring, Experiencing, and Participating in what we have to offer, and if you like, you can also order a free book, Journey of a Soul, that explores the nature of our true essence as Soul.
The challenge for this week is instead of speaking out of a level of hurt or a level of lack, speak out of a level of fulfillment, out of your loving nature. Manifest it.
Focus upon this. Do not walk around unconscious. Focus upon this step being a loving step. Focus upon driving the car being a loving action. Focus upon the universe. It's a loving universe.
This week love in the loving way. Everything. The food you prepare for your spouse -- in a loving way. When you sleep with your spouse -- in a loving way. Scratch their back. Yes. Get them a glass of water. Ask, "What else can I do for you?" And if they say, "Go and leave me alone." Lovingly, leave them alone. You say, "It's my pleasure." Not in resentment. If they say, "I'm tired. I want to go to sleep." Lovingly, let them go to sleep. If you don't want to go to sleep, get up and go some place else. Lovingly.
Sometimes it just means being neutral.