John Roger

Year of birth : 1934
Education : B.S , University of Utah, Post-graduate work at University of California, Los Angeles, University of Southern California and Ca
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“All that you want to be, you already are. All you have to do is move your awareness there and recognize the reality of your soul.” 

Books by the Master

" Timeless Wisdoms " ... " The Rest Of Your Life: Finding Repose in the Beloved " ... " Fulfilling Your Spiritual Promise " ... " Living Love From The Spiritual Heart " ... " What’s It Like Being You? Living Life As Your True Self " ... " Spiritual High "... " When Are You Coming Home " ... " Momentum: Letting Love Lead "  ... " Loving Each Day for Peacemakers: Choosing Peace Each Day " ... " Spiritual Warrior " ... " Divine Essence " ... " Relationships: Love, Marriage And Spirit " ... " Sex, Spirit and You " ... " Inner Worlds of Meditation " ... " Loving Each Day  " ... " Tao of Spirit " ... " Forgiveness: The Key to the Kingdom " ... "  Dream Voyages " ... " Journey of a Soul " ... " You Can't Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought: A Guide to Positive Thinking " ... " Serving & Giving: Gateways to Higher Consciousness " ... " Do It!: Let's Get Off Our Buts " ... " The Power within You " ... " Blessings of Light " ... " Facets of Loving " ...  " God is Your Partner " ... " Chirst Within The Disciples Of Chirst " ... " The Path to Mastership " ... " Spiritual  Promise " ... " Walking with the Lord " ... " Wealth & Higher Consciousness " ... " Loving Each Day for Moms & Dads " ... " Manual On Using The Light " ... " Ministerial Handbook " ... " Passage Into Spirit " ... " Psychic Protection " ... " Seeking the Light:Uncovering the Truth about MSIA and its Founder " ... " Serving and Giving " ... " The Spiritual Family " ... " The Wayshower: A Traveler Through the Ages " ... " Timeless Wisdoms Volume 2 "


Roger Delano Hinkins (born 1934), known and published as John-Roger, is an American author, public speaker, and founder of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA), as well as several other New Age spiritual and self-help organizations.

He was brought up in the Mormon faith; as a youth, he attended the local LDS church's Mutual Improvement Associations and occasionally gave inspirational "three-minute talks". Hinkins describes his childhood as "typical", distinguished only by an early belief that he could spot auras, colorful fields that some people believe surround the human body. Upon graduation from high school, Hinkins attended the University of Utah, where he would go on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology in 1958 and a Secondary Teaching credential in 1960. While in college, he worked as a night orderly in the psychiatric hospital ward of a Salt Lake City hospital. He then moved to San Francisco to work as an insurance claims adjuster.

Hinkins termed this consciousness the "Mystical Traveler Consciousness" and says that he was given the "keys" or began to "anchor" the Consciousness on the planet after the surgery. He further says there has always been someone on the planet "anchoring" the consciousness to assist individuals spiritually, and has made this idea a tenet of Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA), the spiritual movement he founded. According to Hinkins, he was passed the "keys" by the previous receptor of the Consciousness, Sawan Singh, the late Radhasoami Satsang Beas master who died in 1948, while he was on the "inner spiritual planes". Hinkins held the "keys" to the Consciousness from December 1963 until they were passed to John Morton, the current Spiritual Director of MSIA, in December 1988.

In 1968, five years after his coma, Hinkins began to hold seminars as an independent spiritual teacher in homes of friends in Santa Barbara and Thousand Oaks. The demand for his seminars grew and spread, until in 1971, Hinkins resigned from his secular job as a high school English teacher and formally incorporated the Church of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness.

In 1982, Hinkins founded the Institute for Individual and World Peace (IIWP), a volunteer-driven 501 non-profit organization dedicated to studying, identifying, and presenting the processes that lead to peace. IIWP owns and operates the Windermere Ranch, a 142-acre property in the Santa Ynez Mountains that is used to breed and train Arabian horses.

In 1988, Hinkins partnered with actor Jsu Garcia to create 'Scott J-R Productions', a film production company committed to creating "spirit-filled" films. Their first full length feature was 'My Little Havana', followed by 'Spiritual Warriors', based on Hinkins' book 'Spiritual Warrior: The Art of Spiritual Living'