Oscillating Steady-State Imaging (OSSI) is a new steady-state sequence for high-SNR fMRI. Respiration-induced B0 changes cause undesirable changes to the OSSI steady-state, resulting in signal artifacts. To address this problem, we present a prospective correction method which utilizes a self-navigating spiral trajectory to measure and correct for B0 changes in real-time. In an initial fMRI proof-of-concept, our real-time correction method increased the number of activated voxels by 454% and increased mean tSNR by 81%. Real-time prospective correction has the potential to outperform retrospective correction methods by directly reducing perturbations to steady-state magnetization during acquisition.