Q: Is disease or illness something we set up for ourselves? J-R: We set up everything. There's no way we can blame other people for our own wellbeing. You're in your body and I'm in mine and we're responsible for them. If you don't exercise those responsibilities, there's no need to blame somebody else for what's going on.
Every week we feature a challenge to encourage your spiritual practice & growth.Read about MSIA Founder, John-Roger View Past Challenges
Our challenge is to take what we've learned and share it. You may have heard the song, "Love is the strangest thing that I know. You keep it around by letting it go." That's why I keep sharing this work with other people. If we don't share what we've learned, if we don't reach out and share our experience with others, then there is very little value in our having participated.
What we're dealing with is the overall upliftment of society -- the actual transformation of the planet. That transformation is possible if we are willing to reach out -- if we're willing to communicate, to share, and to touch those people in our lives.