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Realizing Deeper Communication

By December 11, 2012December 2nd, 20166 Comments

John recently spoke about an inner orientation that brings all of life to the deepest and purest focus. In a dialogue that was even more about the connection than the words, John said:

“This is a little bit like an after death conversation in our bodies. What your life is about, as you experience it in your self, doesn’t have a place in this. This has place in your life. It will alter the function of your life. It will alter, really alter, what matters to you in your life.”

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Join the discussion 6 Comments

  • Kay Urlich says:

    Dear John and all at Oasis, thank you for the value you give everywhere, and for sharing out these Podcasts, they are wonderful! Love to all Kay

  • Julie Maynard says:

    Thank you for all the podcasts offered to us. And for the sharing of the above from John.

  • Wendy Thompson says:

    I have listened to this Podcast over and over, I cannot say I understand all of the terms used, but I so love listening to it. Thank you John and all the team who make it possible for us to receive these gems.
    all love

  • Wendy Thompson says:

    John has just been to Australia for a four day Seminar – now the language in this talk is clear 🙂 Many thanks John, for your open availability and care of all.

  • Hayley says:

    Every seminar I’m drawn to this conversation,
    I love it and it’s invitation.

  • Randisita says:

    Dear John and averyone at Oasis. The second I sad down and began listening to this conversation – my body responded…. Thank you, thank you, thank you so much. Being all the way here in Denmark so far from you and yet so close.

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