Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness

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Q: How does one control the wavering thoughts while doing meditation?

A: With practice.

The natural tendency of the mind is to wander and the process of meditation or spiritual exercises will help to discipline the mind and keep it directed the way you want it to go. If you are a beginner to meditation or spiritual exercises, it's a good idea not to try to "keep the mind quiet." The mind can continue to chatter but you just place it off to the side and continue to meditate. Don't be real concerned at first if your thoughts are all over the place. As you practice and continue to discipline yourself, you will experience the results. It can take time, so be patient with yourself.

- John-Roger, D.S.S.

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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

You never know all of God's plan, so don't miss any opportunity to tell someone of the love of your beingness and the love of God's beingness. But don't cram it down their throat, or make them feel they don't have love, or that they're not worthwhile.

Live in the love of your own beingness and share that with others.

-John-Roger, DSS