This article by John-Roger was first published in The Movement Newspaper, July 1983. The quality of “love” has been called many things. It is the essence which will move us beyond our beliefs, considerations, conditions and prejudices. It is the quality we would like to have more of for it will bring harmony and balance into our lives and remove the obstacles which may keep Continue reading...
This article by John-Roger was first published in The Movement Newspaper, September 1983. We are coming to a crossroad in our lives when we’ll have to decide whether or not we’re going to live for our own personal gain or for the gain of humanity. It is with each of us that integrity must begin in order to bring harmony and balance to this planet.
This year at the Peace Awareness trainings (PATs) at Lake Arrowhead, I realized that my life is a Peace Awareness training and I have so many opportunities here to sacrifice what is no longer serving me so I go free and enter the place God has prepared for me. I wake up every day more aware of what my heart knows.
For me, the Blessings Fest came as a last-minute surprise. As soon as I learned I had been “gifted” with attending the event, I immediately started making a mental list of all the potential blessings that I might request.
Walking around in a fog in a parking lot is well, foolish. Walking around in a fog at Windermere is cool and mystical. And in California it is cool to be mystical. It was definitely cool to be able to show people (I’m talking good people) some of the places at Windermere that can sneak up on you and place a crystal in your heart. And from that point on you’re just a loving Continue reading...
by Deborah Martinez & James Chew, photos by David Sand
Sunday of Conference still holds a special place in my heart. I love gathering together with MSIA Ministers and Initiates, celebrating Ministers and Volunteers of the Year, and experiencing the high spiritual energy of two or more gathered together in Soul Transcendence.
Tuesday, June 23 around 2PM, I walked out the front door to greet 4 quiet, timid girls, welcoming them to Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens. These girls are from the local Girl Scout chapter in the neighborhood, one of the few chapters in the area, I was told by one of the leaders. They were accompanied by 3 younger women who served as their den leaders.