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March 13th, 2017

A Candlelight Walk Exploring the Sacred Mysteries of the Labyrinth

By Carol Jones, photos by David Sand

Last Tuesday, March 7, Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens (PAL&G) saw its first evening devoted to how the sacred geometry of the labyrinth can help us awaken more fully to our spiritual nature. We explored the significance of the design of our Chartres-style labyrinth, experimented with chanting the sacred names of God, and looked deep […]

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January 17th, 2017

Seventy Times Seven

By John-Roger DSS

Here we are today, and it seems like there are more terrible things occurring on this planet than there have ever been before. We have had 2000 years of the Christ energy, influence, and information, and there are all these terrible things happening. Is being Christian a failure? Some people might look at it that way, but let’s look at another point of view.

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January 3rd, 2017

A Wedding at a Soul Awareness Seminar

By Sylvia Giussani

There’s a lot of flexibility within the format of an MSIA Seminar – even for a wedding! Fernando Mercado was scheduled to lead our usual Wednesday Spanish Seminar at the Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens when on Monday, he received a call from Cesar Esquite, a member of our LA community, saying that he and […]

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December 6th, 2016

Baraka: Divine Essence From Spirit

By John-Roger DSS

This article by John-Roger was first published in the Movement Newspaper in 1987. Very often when you become involved in spiritual teachings coming from the high, positive realms of God-awareness and you open yourself to that transcendent consciousness we call the Mystical Traveler, Spirit comes forward by means of what orthodox religions call “grace.” Jesus said […]

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This article by John-Roger was first published in the New Day Herald in August of 2002. What we are not doing is “inter”-cessory work. This is when, let’s say you are having a disagreement with someone, such as your spouse or a co-worker, and someone intercedes on behalf of both of you and mediates between […]

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August 11th, 2016

Speak Kind Words

By John-Roger DSS

This article by John-Roger, DSS, was first published in the New Day Herald– September 1990. There is a legend about the Gordian knot, a knot so intricate that no one could untie it. Another part of the legend says that a great knight cut through the knot with one stroke of his sword. Travelers come forward […]

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June 23rd, 2016

A World Planet With World Citizens

By John-Roger DSS

This article by John-Roger was first published in the Movement Newspaper, September 1985. One of the most accurate ways to define the spiritual consciousness is as the very source of your heartbeat and your breath. It is who you are. Not who you feel you are, not who you think you are, but truly who […]

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March 17th, 2016

An Interview with Michael Feder | 100% Living & Dying with John-Roger

By David Sand

100% Living & Dying With John-Roger | with Michael Feder Michael Feder began working with John-Roger in 1982. He has 2 children, designs and builds homes, surfs, referees soccer, travels avidly and is rarely without a camera… NDH: So what’s it like working with J-R? Michael: Fun as hell. Everything I saw J-R do had tons […]

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March 17th, 2016

Together in the Oneness of Spirit

By John Morton, DSS

The work we do in the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness was founded and established with Jesus Christ as the head in spirit, and it is still that way right now. We don’t necessarily say a lot about that. My point of view is Jesus speaks for himself really well and doesn’t need me or […]

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February 19th, 2016

Life Is Awareness

By John-Roger DSS

This article by John-Roger was first published in the Movement Newspaper, May 1985. There is one consciousness here and that is the consciousness of God manifesting as joy.  When you tune into that joy, you tune into the love and then you have tuned into the spiritual consciousness.  It’s been called Soul or Spirit.  You […]

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