The Movement Philosophy and Education vs. Deception and Lust
Lust can get us in trouble: “I want that ice cream, that girl, that body, that car.”
Lies can get us in trouble too, including those we tell as a way of making ourselves “bigger and better” than others—gossip.
John-Roger explains how lies and lust return to us, as creators, and describes the negativity these actions can bring with them.
In this seminar, J-R also spells out some principles of MSIA: expect change, clean up your own negativity before blaming someone else for theirs, check thing out through experience rather than hearsay, use everything for your advancement, and more.
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