The Best of Super II Seminar – Ojai, California – Memorial Day Weekend, 2015
A fundraising event, held in retreat at the luxurious Ojai Valley Inn & Spa in Ojai, California.
This Seminar is unique in that there are no processes. Instead, participants are treated to intimate sharings with John Morton, a long-time advisor to Insight and the Spiritual Director of MSIA, and Michael Hayes, a gifted counselor and intuitive.
The 2015 Best of Super II will be the last in its current form in Ojai. Don’t miss your opportunity to share in this amazing retreat, like no other.
One day, it could be this moment now, you are going to realize and understand that you are not your body, you are not your emotions or mind, you are not what you have done or what has happened to you so you are not your past nor future. You are a being of God in perfect working order and fully one with all of God’s creation which has just one energy and that energy is loving.
In that moment of realization you are going to be in relaxation. And you can claim this now so you can begin to relax more regardless of the conditions in your life. You can still do your life very actively while being relaxed as a way of doing and way of being who you are in the world regardless of the conditions present. None of the conditions matter to God when it comes to the loving and peace which are always present.
– John Morton, D.S.S.
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Me encanta que nos vayas a acompañar a mí y al staff de MSIA durante las diversas oportunidades de sintonización espiritual que hay programadas en este viaje en Sur América. Aprecio muchísimo tu participación y espero conocer a gente nueva en el camino. ¡Que Dios te bendiga!
I would be delighted to have you join me and the MSIA Staff during the many opportunities for tuning in spiritually during our travels in South America. I would appreciate very much your participation, and I hope to meet new people along the way. May God bless you!
St. Mark- Jerusalem- Painting of the Virgin Mary by St. Luke II
Jerusalem is relatively not ancient in that much rebuilding has been done over the two millennia. Still, it’s more than interesting to ponder and consider what is the blessing here and now including for the inscription in Aramaic for the time of Pentecost.
Claudia Flores, Leigh and I returned to the Notre Dame Catholic facility where we celebrated John-Roger’s birthday dinner on the rooftop. By “chance” we met Father Christofo now working there and originally from Mexico and a close friend of a very close friend of Claudia and her family. He then personally gave us a tour of the relatively new Museum of the Shroud (based upon the Shroud of Turin} which is arguably considered to have been used to cover Jesus’ body after the crucifixion.
Regardless of the authenticity of whether it was Jesus who provided the image on the shroud, there is an unsolved mystery as to how the image was photographically created by some form or flash of light even with the technology of today. Whoever the man of the shroud was, it’s clear he was crucified by the body markings and fluids still on the shroud linen. While the carbon 14 test showed the shroud to be about 800 years old, the sample was taken from a patch that was re-woven and possibly done later by the direction of whoever had custody.
St. Mark- Jerusalem- entrance- Main door
We learned among other things that botanists have scientifically determined that the microscopic pollen still on the shroud not only had to be from an area between Jerusalem and Hebron in Israel but also that certain pollen found on the shroud would be flowering between March and April. Hmm.
Furthermore, the shroud has the blood such that they know the type was AB, and the shroud images match up with a secondary face cloth that has been housed in Ovieto, Spain since the 7th century. That translates in human genome terms to we have the man’s DNA.
I am reminded of the scripture, “He is not here. He is risen.”
After the recent Light Tour in Israel, Leigh and I traveled to Neuchatel, Switzerland for some MSIA/PTS/IIWP/HeartFelt service. Over two days, we facilitated the PTS Gratitude, IIWP Peace, and HeartFelt Circle of Light workshops, an MSIA Q&A, and MSIA Baptisms. Veronique Sandoz and Dominique Kohler were our hosts with some expert assistance volunteered by IIWP Administrator, Debbie Roth.
Prana Switzerland is alive and well. Enjoy the scenery.
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During an open day in our schedule in Jerusalem, a group of us limited to 35 walked the so-called tunnel at the original foundation of the western wall of the temple mount. One of the foundation stones stretches across some 10 meters and weighs 57 tons. How that stone was so precisely hewed and placed is still considered an unsolved mystery.
The greater importance is what is above just east on the Temple Mount considered to be of the Holy of Holies in which God placed Its original creation into manifestation and marked as where Abraham was to sacrifice his son Isaac, the dwelling place of the Arc of the Covenant, and location of the Ascension of Muhammad with archangels Gabriel and Michael in attendance. We continued our walk circumnavigating the Temple Mount and making a brief visit to St. Anne’s Church named for the mother of the Virgin Mary who was born nearby. St. Anne’s is famous for many PAT IV renditions of the MSIA Alleluia song.
As we continued our walk around the Temple Mount, we stopped along the eastern wall at a place just below the still sealed Golden Gate for a Moment of Peace and Blessing before continuing our walk along the walls. The last time I recall one of our groups spending so much time along a wall was in 1988 at the Berlin Wall when J-R famously told the group about putting a worm of light into the wall and declaring the wall would come down within two years. And it did!
Our group also drove through nearby Jericho where another famous wall came down when Joshua led the Israelites across the River Jordan into the land of Canaan to walk seven times around that oldest known city wall while shouting until it came down.
Let us join in prayer for the peace of Jerusalem so that all may find harmony and goodwill living together as neighbors and friends as an example to all of the world.