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The That Which Is streaming platform is not designed to support the Soul Awareness Seminar format. In order to keep things clear -- for you, your seminars, and all concerned -- there are essentially 2 options for playing J-R or John Morton audio and/or video recordings at your seminars:
The worldwide trend away from CDs and DVDs is getting more pronounced every year and more people are getting on board with accessing media online, either by streaming or downloading. MSIA is no exception and starting July 2020, all new audio and video releases will only be available via by downloading MP3s and MP4s from the online store or from That Which Is. MSIA still currently has plenty of seminar materials available on CDs and DVDs if you would like to buy them from our current inventory; however, we are not planning to produce more once we run out of stock on any given title.
Of course, the prevailing guidelines for the use of seminar materials still apply when dealing with MP3s and MP4s. One of the key aspects is that you maintain a separate library of any recording you play for your Soul Awareness Seminar group, and only play them in a seminar context. Some people prefer to keep their seminar MP3s and MP4s in a separate device to keep the energies clear and to ensure that they dont inadvertently mix up their seminar files with personal-use ones. Whatever approach works best for you is your choice, and as always we encourage you to take care of yourself and check things out inwardly, and outwardly if you need further clarification.
Regardless of the option(s) you choose, we remind you that we suggest you place a donation basket at your seminars. There is a dual purpose to this. One is to encourage attendees to give, thus creating an opening for them to receive. The second purpose is that you can use the donations to support your seminar, either with buying new seminars in the format of your choice or, hopefully 'post covid' purchasing food and refreshments for the group, flowers, etc. In other words, your seminar is intended to be a self-sustaining endeavor. We find that when seminar participants contribute in this way, rather than just showing up, they tend to be more engaged with the seminar and the group, thus facilitating the Spirit of loving and fellowship.
Feel free to contact us if you have questions on any of the above. We thank you for your ongoing service, and please know that we are here to support you.
-Vincent Dupont and David Whitaker (Seminar Leader coordinator)