A seminar for Initiates conducted by MSIA’s founder John-Roger during the 1976 Conference of Charity.
One of the real gems of the MSIA Conference is the meeting for MSIA Initiates. It’s filled with information particularly meaningful and useful to initiates, but what’s more, the energy in these meetings is phenomenal. This energy is available when we listen to the recordings of these meetings.
You don’t have to take our word for it – watch this video newly released for Conference 2022 and have your own experience of it. Here’s just a sample of what’s on this video:
‘Above the soul realm there are many planes of conscious existence that are not individualized as the soul. And when we get higher above that, as it’s explained in the sound current booklet, we get into what we call non-verbal, non-mental; no way to really tell you here, except as again, an oblique inference. We get to a place where we just find that when we see God, we have seen our self, there’s no difference. Very few get to that level who get back here because at that point, it’s either a special commission or something is given very special or you have come from that level down special and you’ve just tied in here. And at that point, it’s just as long as that connection is there, it ah, it’s an upliftment for everything on the planet. It’s just a constant source of like blowing fresh air into a polluted room. At some point it will just completely neutralize it. But most of it what we call the nameless planes.’
-John-Roger, DSS | from the enclosed program
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God Bless You!
Duration : 51:05
Video file size: 641 MB
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