Dear Lord, we ask that you visit into our heart, that you bring to us our awareness of whatever we hold in judgment, and especially whoever we would hold in judgment. We ask that you lead us in forgiveness and teach us what we must do. And as we understand you show us we are to let go and be open to your mercy. We ask for our judgments to be bathed within us so we are merciful towards ourselves, that each one of us lets go of any judgment to find we are cleansed of harshness and bitterness. We especially ask that you move into what we have forgotten, into our past actions, and that you clean up and clear the transgressions that we bring to you.
Thank you for the children and for showing us again and again that we all are beloved children of God. Come again and again into our mist and remind us of our innocence and our purity that lead us in the ways that we are to become like you. We are all children returning to our rightful place in your loving embrace and in your peace for all.
- John Morton, D.S.S.
(From: "Giving and Forgiving," on the New Day Herald website: http://www.msia.org/newdayherald/archives/7863-giving-and-forgiving)
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.
"I'd like to issue a challenge to you -- and that is just to see the perfection in everyone that you see physically. And of course, if this were easy, you would already have done it. And if you have already done it, then you have a responsibility to help other people. Isn't it nice?
That doesn't mean that you go and do it for them. That would ruin it. Instead you keep them buoyant and up.
Baruch Bashan, which means, the blessings already are."