Is Your Purpose Your Message?
In August, 1999, a John-Roger seminar was held celebrating the 25th anniversary of Prana (now called Peace Awareness Labyrinth & Gardens). For a very long time, Prana has been the headquarters of MSIA and an ashram for some of the students of The Traveler.
The ’99 seminar was conducted just like seminars were from the beginning in “Prana, the Home of the Traveler,” with people gathered close around J-R’s big blue chair, ready to laugh along with him and to be filled with Spirit’s loving. This is that seminar, with John-Roger in vintage form. In it he tells stories within the concept of inflicting on other people, a topic he recalled from some long-ago seminar. Then he discusses the timeless concepts more familiar to us in seminars today.
For instance, J-R describes the dynamics of judgments. He speaks of forgiveness but with a twist, “It becomes beholden upon us as an individual out of our own personality to work in the format of forgiveness. Not necessarily forgetting but remembering the wisdoms that come forward and forgetting the hurt that was attached to it.” Enjoy the sweetness, the learning and the loving.
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