Are you one of those people who got good at something and then continued doing that same thing to this day? Maybe once you had boundless energy and the desire to learn new things. Now you may be grateful to have an income doing the same things you’ve done for years; kinda’ coasting on what you already have mastered.
Of course, at the same time, you and the world are changing every day. Perhaps your place of work is changing, or even the work itself? Do you see that change as progress? Or do you cling to the way things have always been done because that’s how you are the most comfortable and the least scared? This is the issue John-Roger addresses in this seminar: how open and accepting of change are you?
If we’re ready to accept progression, J-R suggests, we need to build in the ability to come present to our assumptions and conditioned behaviors so that, instead, our expectations and actions are based on information. “Love is where you find it,” J-R says, not where you dictate that it be. “Security is where it is, not where you want it to be,” he goes on.
God Bless You!