Monthly Archives: January 2005

posticon Joy Is the Key To All You Wish For by John Cali

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In response to our last newsletter article (Getting Out of Your Body’s Way), one of our good friends wrote us about some health problems she’d been having. She was pleasantly surprised at how easy and how much fun it was to heal herself.

Here’s her letter. Following that is Spirit’s response.

Hi John,

Hope you are staying warm. Thank you for the (last newsletter) article! I can totally relate to it.

I was talking with a friend this morning about my experience in healing my physical challenge.… Read more

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posticon Getting Out of Your Body’s Way by John Cali

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As you may recall, we recently published two newsletters on physical health and well- being:Focus, Your Body, and Your Physical Well-Being and You’re Probably Going To Die From This. In response to those articles, one of our good friends sent us the following comments:

“. . . if you’re open to a follow-up question with the body theme, maybe (you could ask) Spirit HOW one gets out of one’s body’s way. I mean, I know that all (Spirit) talks about is absolutely and totally true.… Read more

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posticon That’s Not Aunt Mary by John Cali

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Our thoughts often turn to our families during the holiday season. During the recent holidays, I got to thinking about my mother, Mary. She died in 1988.

In my family’s Roman Catholic religious tradition, we had “wakes” when someone died. A wake consisted of displaying the body in an open casket for several days before the funeral mass and burial. Friends and family would come to pay their respects to the dead one and her immediate family.

During my mother’s wake, two of my elderly cousins appeared one afternoon together.… Read more

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posticon How Do I View the Event? by John Cali

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As this new year dawned just a few days ago, our thoughts and heartfelt compassion were directed to all those souls caught up in the earthquake and tsunami. Today (January 4), the Washington Post reported the death toll at 140,000 and climbing. Certainly a human tragedy of unimaginable proportions.

At our discussion group one of our members asked some pretty sobering questions about this event. Questions, I’m sure, that are on the minds of many. Two other of our members responded to her questions.… Read more

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