Identity Genetics and Spiritual Warriorship
John-Roger quotes Hamlet’s Pelonius early in this seminar, “To thine own self be true…,” and then he poses a most difficult question, “How do you be true to yourself?” J-R’s answer to that question is about the companionship of Spirit. We can become true to ourselves if we open ourselves to the experience of our own Spirit, our own Truth. It isn’t possible to tell people about that experience, but when it happens to them, they’ll know it.
Part of what you find out is that, as you open to Spirit, you’ll find yourself learning the lessons of spiritual warriorship, such as acceptance of what is. “But I’d rather have my way…!” It’s OK, Dear Heart, becoming a spiritual warrior isn’t easy, but J-R shows us the way.
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