Terri Marie: Wow John, you just answered about three of my questions all-in-one. I was going to ask you, how you guide yourself, what you tell yourself, but you just answered so beautifully and I know that when people go to the Spiritual simplicity site, there will be a lots of resources, when they do get feeling down and need a little help, because we all need a little help somewhere along the path. If there were — Ive got a little bit different question for you now, John.
John Harricharan: Okay.
Terri Marie: And I know your answer could be anywhere, I just can’t wait to hear what you have to say.
A. Vishwanath: Me too.
Terri Marie: If there were a John Harricharan university, what courses would be required?
John Harricharan: I would think — now I must admit this is unique. I have never, never had that question. And so you got me there for a while. To form the curriculum, I would have to sit with my counsel of advisors, who would be possibly a whole bunch of discarnates and then invisibles and the few from earth life 21st century. But we’d have to think very carefully because I think there will be certain courses that would be extremely, extremely required for graduation. One is Silence 203, there would be a Prayer 101, there would be Understanding 401 because that’s a senior level course.
Terri Marie: Okay.
John Harricharan: We really don’t get there until we are about ready to graduate and then we say my goodness. If I knew what I know now, if I knew it when I was in my 20s or 30s or in my teens, what a different life it would be that’s precisely why you don’t take that course until much later you were supposed to evolve into it. But there are certain ones like Prayer 101 Silence, whatever number I gave it
Terri Marie: 102 maybe?
John Harricharan: Yeah.
A. Vishwanath: 203.
Terri Marie: Yeah. Okay. Vish is writing them down.
John Harricharan: Compassion 201 or and Compassion 202, that’s a one year course and this is a four-year University you’re talking about. And there would be Tolerance 101 because that’s one of the first ones we need to do, to be able to tolerate every different idea not to agree with them. But to look at them and say maybe, maybe there is something there, and tolerate them, which means, Every branch of Hinduism, every branch of Islam, every branch of Sikhism, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism or atheism and to look at the person and say that’s only a belief, that’s only a structured belief, but who is this person, who has this beliefs?
And this person is that shining light, remember the little drop of water in the wave in the ocean? That’s what that person is and that person is connected to me through eternity, through all time and all space. And if I don’t understand that person I cannot understand me, which brings Understanding and a course Life sacrifice, which means not sacrificing comfort, but sacrificing ideas, which we don’t need any longer, when you cut your finger nails, clip your finger nails or have a haircut, you are not sacrificing the hair on your head or your finger nails.
You are just evolving you are just growing because you don’t need that piece of nail or that hair any longer. So we get rid of out worn ideas and to teach those things at the university make elective classes also where one could take walk on water, that’s a post graduate course. You don’t get there until you do all the others and you might say well, see, I want to be able to walk on water. Well, when I was a little boy when I was five or six years old, I would see the guy who was driving the bus on the main road and say I want to drive that bus, I want to be just like that man. Naturally there came a time when I could have done that and went way beyond to being just a bus driver.
So this is how we will evolve into it, you will get to the walk on water course. So after you’ve done all the others, because it comes naturally, one leads to the other. So that’s the university, that’s quite a thought you have there, Terri Marie I might have to explore that a little bit more and to talk to my friend Vish about, hey how about a university?
Terri Marie: Yes expanding the site.
John Harricharan: Yeah. A university without walls, where we do give these courses, where there will be lectures, where I will give just like a professor, give a lecture and there will be assignments and they are all self-directed anyway. And then after so many courses and so forth some one will have an invisible degree, which is called A Life Degree.
Terri Marie: I love that, John.
A. Vishwanath: That’s a terrific, you know, school of thought.
Terri Marie: Right. Right. Well today John, a lot of people think to be really concerned about the time that we have
John Harricharan: We’re hearing.
Terri Marie: Hello. Oh that’s a nice music. Anyway we were talking about music.
John Harricharan: I just think they are telling us that our time for the interview is about over.
Terri Marie: Is it over, Vish?
A. Vishwanath: Yeah. No, I don’t know where is it coming from actually.
Terri Marie: Okay. Well it’s just one of that, we were talking about getting a degree and maybe this is a celebration to it.
John Harricharan: Well, it’s a wonderful way any way to say good-bye to all of you. And we can continue this again when we don’t have the music.
Terri Marie: Okay. Thank you so much, John. Thank you, Vish. I am very, very pleased with all your answers and so happy that you are both putting this site together Spiritual Simplicity.
John Harricharan: Thank you very much.
A. Vishwanath: Yeah. Thanks, Terri and thanks, John for being part of it. Thank you very much.
Terri Marie: You’re welcome. Bye.
John Harricharan: Bye.