You can laugh along with John-Roger in this seminar as he speaks about sucking lemons, Dalmatian dogs, rude human noises and Rodin sculptures. Your life isn’t complete, in fact, until you’ve experienced J-R’s joke about some of Rodin’s sculptures in the Louvre!
Of course, in the midst of joy, J-R does get serious for a moment or two. “Now you’ve got to watch this mental talk,” he says, “because it will bring you trouble. It’s an amazing phenomenon: we think it; we repeat it in our minds; therefore, we think it’s true. And it’s not.”
J-R goes on to speak of liberation. “Don’t censor your existence,” he cautions. “If you really get free, and you come into this form of liberation, it’s amazing how you will be able to do what you want to do. And you will not violate your own manners. You’ll violate everybody else’s, because they are being nice in order not to upset each other so that somebody will like them for the false things that they do. You may as well do the good things that you want to do, have fun, laugh, and really have a good time.”
Well, OK, how do you find that kind of liberation? Relax, laugh and listen — it’s all in the seminar.
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