I used to love and really look forward to Mas' articles in Living Now over a number of years, especially during my time back at college where they really helped me get through my studies and exams. There's more than a small regret I didn't tell Mas personally how insightful and full of wisdom I found his articles, which can be found on this link: http://www.livingnow.com.au/search/node/mas%20rogers. And there's a memorial on vimeo: http://heartradiancewithmasrogers.blogspot.com.au/ Blessings Vince
Thank you Mas for your heart radiance teachings. I think of you often and was very saddened to find you have transitioned to a higher consciousness. I'm am grateful for what you taught me and for the compassion you carried in your heart and shared with all that you met. Bless, you were as graceful as any man can be xxx <3
Mas, Kathleen Jones and I were the best of friends in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Mass was special. As a witness to the light of life and a forever giving heart, Kathleen and I will forever remember him.
Mas I am so grateful for your teachings, so grateful for the laughter and so grateful for the Love. I will cherish the retreats I shared with you. Thank you brother, 'till we meet again...
To Mas's family - my love and thoughts and apologies for only finding out today that Mas had passed over. Mas was a wonderful teacher / trainer for me in Heart Radiance. We had many laughs and personal sharings. He was inspirational for me and I loved his gentleness so much. Victoria Grey - Melbourne
My heart felt gratitude for having met Mas and his beautiful teachings. We had a very special walk through the Keisler Stuhl National Park in the beautiful Barossa Valley which he enjoyed very much and made reference to many times. His love and light continue to shine through all of his students, friends and family. Thank you Mas. Love to Kwen, family and friends. Love and Blessings...
Thank you Mas for all that you taught us. Your Heart Radiance course was so very wonderful. We will miss you. All my love to Kwen and family. Blessings to you all. Barbara Chabaud
Mas visited Tasmania on a number of occasions & came to spend time on the farm @ the Brownfields estate. We talked endlessly of the wonders of life, shared tasty food & teas, chanted & arose @ sunrise for Agnihotra. Mas filled us with joy & was always a source of inspiration. Travel well brother, we shall miss you but know you're always here.